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Details what is available to investors in the way of product and service discounts, little known perks, and free "stuff"
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Not only is Carlson unloved by the brokerage community, he may well land on many corporate "hit" lists. Quite simply, he details what's available to investors in the way of product and service discounts, little known perks, and just plain free "stuff." Consider one tip. Many major U.S. companies offer current shareholders DRIPs, or dividend reinvestment programs. Or another hint: just by attending an annual meeting, company "owners" might be able to buy products in employee-only stores or sample new merchandise. Along the way, other money-saving advice is freely dispensed: why stock splits are nothing to take to the bank; how to read an annual report; and stockbroker negotiations 101. A directory at the end summarizes Carlson's potpourri; just remember that the best things in life might not be free. Barbara Jacobs
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Book Description McGraw-Hill, 1993. Paperback. Condition: New. Softcover remainder, new. Seller Inventory # 72699
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