The Little Book of Big Dividends

About the Author: Charles B. Carlson

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[Epub] ↠ The Little Book of Big Dividends  Author Charles B. Carlson –
  • Hardcover
  • 174 pages
  • The Little Book of Big Dividends
  • Charles B. Carlson
  • English
  • 10 December 2017
  • 9780470567999

The Little Book of Big Dividends Everyone Needs To Invest, But Where Do You Invest During Bear Markets The Massive Stock Declines Over The Past Year Have Eroded Savings, But This Doesn T Mean You Should Stuff Your Money Under A Mattress It Needs To Be Put To Work Getting Some Return So That It Will Grow.Smart Investors Will Turn To High Dividend Paying Stocks To Get A Stable And Growing Stream Of Income Dividend Investing That Provides An Income Beyond Any Gain In The Share Price May Be The Investor S Best Weapon Dividends Are Safe, Largely Reliable, And Maybe At The Their Cheapest Levels In Many Years While The Best Paying Dividend Stocks Of Recent Years, Such As Financials, Took A Huge Beating In 2008, Opportunities Will Abound In 2010 And Beyond If You Know Where To Look.In The Little Book Of Big Dividends,dividend Stock Expert Chuck Carlson Presents An Action Plan For Dividend Hungry Investors You Ll Learn About The Pitfalls, How To Find The Opportunities, And Will Learn How To Construct A Portfolio That Generates Big, Safe Dividends Easily Through The BSD Big, Safe Dividends Formula If You Re A Bit Adventurous, Carlson Has You Covered, And Will Teach You How To Find Big, Safe Dividends In Foreign Stocks, Preferred Stocks, ETFs, Real Estate Investment Trusts, And.Contains The Simple Tools, Strategies, And Recommendations For Finding Big, Safe Dividends Helps You Put A Complete Portfolio Together That Pays Dividends Every Month Show You The Top Dividend Paying Stocks With Their Dividend Payment Dates It Doesn T Get Any Easier Than This, And In These Turbulent Times, You Can T Afford To Ignore The Power Of Dividends Read The Little Book Of Big Dividends And Gain A Better Perspective Of How You Can Protect Yourself For The Future.

10 thoughts on “The Little Book of Big Dividends

  1. Rob says:

    Meh If you ve read a few articles on seeking alpha or other websites about dividends, you re probably familiar with everything this book will explain I was turned off by the fact that there was a lot of repetition in an already brief book, that the author kept emphasizing the name of his website, but encoding it in the text big, safe dividends , and that he proposed a simple formula for stock valuation that was A payout ratio and B a rating n...

  2. Jeremy Gardiner says:

    I just checked off a book about money or finance from my 2018 reading challenge I read The Little Book of Big Dividends by Charles B Carlson I love compounding money and wish I was taught it earlier in life Earning dividends is definitely one of the main strategies I plan to use for the rest of my life I did learn a few things in this book which I was grateful for but I was expecting especially was hoping for some motivational content The portfolio advice he gives is far too conservative for my liking he likes 2 4% yield My own recommendation if you re Canadian is to open a Tax Free Savings Account TFSA through Questrade I like buying Exchange Traded Funds ETF s primarily as they don t incur trade commissions on Questrade at least and they are diversified Won...

  3. Binfei says:

    Good starting point for understanding dividends It gave an idea and information on where to find key information about dividends It also touched a little bit on building investing portfolio However, this book will work better for whoe...

  4. Shum Wing says:

    Great read even you re not investing on the US market I always wanted a easy to follow guide on evaluating stocks book This gives me insight and easy to follow guide on how to evaluate stock performance, taking into consideration their future growth anticipation, not just on past and curr...

  5. Jack Nettleton says:

    OK, I liked Dividends Don t Lie Geraldine Weiss better

  6. Rachel Lipkin says:

    I m learning how to best understand my investing portfolio and this book feels out dated and the language isn t very intuitive But overall it s helpful in a way.

  7. Christina says:

    Good and easy to read book I am not sure there is anything earth shattering about his ideas, but he does layout a tried and true long term aproach to investing in an easy to understand way The book is quick and really makes the case fir dividend paying stocks and the ever import reinvestment strategy A few things I did like, were his ideas about direct purchase which mynhuuby has done, but I never have I plan to l...

  8. Terry Koressel says:

    The book is ok as far as investment books is concerned I believe Mr Carlson has the right facts, the right strategy and the right advice However, if you are an experienced investor, then I think you will find the book slow and lacking stimulation There were some innovative ideas I found valuable and I am always grateful for the chance to learn , but most of the content of the book was not new I was bored during most of the read If you are a beginning dividend investor, however, I would high...

  9. Scott Harrell says:

    Concise Narrow focus Relevance debatable.

  10. Aaron Hunter says:

    Good easy read Great for those just starting a DRIP.