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Beating the S&P with Dividends
Soaring stock prices, dot.com millionaires, and day traders are things of the past. The time has come for a safer and smarter way to build wealth. No matter what your investment objectives or risk outlook, Beating the S&P with Dividends can show you how to accomplish this.
Dividend-yielding stocks have made their long-awaited comeback, and in today's financial environment, they should be a part of your investment portfolio. But to make the most of dividend-yielding stocks, you need the detailed information that only Mergent--the preferred source for global business and financial information--can provide. In Beating the S&P with Dividends, Peter O'Shea and Jonathan Worrall reveal the strategies and techniques that Mergent professionals use to continually uncover these high-return/low-risk stocks, and explain how you can implement them in virtually any portfolio.
Beating the S&P with Dividends will show you how to:
* Select the best dividend-yielding stocks available
* Assemble a portfolio of top-performing dividend-yielding stocks
* Reap the rewards of REIT dividends
* Allocate your portfolio for the greatest tax efficiency
* Maximize your returns through direct investment
Dividends really do matter--now more than ever. Pick up Beating the S&P with Dividends and find out how investing in "dividend achievers," either directly or through a fund, can work for you.
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Dividends are back! Yet in reality, they never really went away. In fact, if you had invested in leading dividend-yielding stocks ten, twenty, or even thirty years ago, chances are you would have made more money than if you had invested solely in leading stocks found in the S&P 500 index.
Investing in stocks that pay dividends on a consistent basis, either directly or through a fund, has proven to be one of the safest and smartest ways to build an investment portfolio. But to make the most of dividend-yielding stocks, you need the detailed information that only Mergent—the preferred source for global business and financial information—can provide.
In Beating the S&P with Dividends, Peter O'Shea and Jonathan Worrall reveal the strategies and techniques that Mergent professionals use to continually uncover these high-return/low-risk stocks, and explain how you can implement them in virtually any portfolio. Explaining how to invest in high-quality stocks that not only provide outstanding dividend performance, but also benefit from lower tax rates on dividends, this comprehensive resource is ideal for any independent investor looking to make positive cash flow an important part of their investment strategy.
Filled with in-depth insight and practical advice, Beating the S&P with Dividends will show you how to:
In today's financial environment, investing in dividend-yielding stocks has never looked so good. These stocks generate regular cash returns that can be withdrawn or reinvested; bring a relatively high rate of return at a lower risk than most other types of financial vehicles; and now you even have governmental help in the form of reduced taxes on dividends. No matter what your investment objectives or risk outlook, Beating the S&P with Dividends will help boost the performance of your portfolio.About the Author:
PETER O'SHEA has been an editor and journalist since the late 1980s. Peter is currently Managing Editor for one of Mergent, Inc.'s leading online products, Mergent's Industry Reports, which provide analysis on the current environment as well as financial data for leading companies in a range of industries in North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. He is currently based in Sydney, Australia.
Jonathan Worrall has held senior positions in the financial data and analysis systems and software industry since 1982. He has lived and worked in the U.K., Asia, Australia, and the U.S.A. serving the Global Investment Management and Broking community. He is currently Chairman of Ford Equity Research and is also Chief Executive Officer of Mergent, Inc., a global provider of equity and fixed income data and software. Jonathan lives in the Carolinas and is married with two children.
Mergent, Inc. (formerly the Financial Information Services division of Moody's), is the preferred source for global business and financial information, and has been collecting and delivering financial information since 1900. For over a century Mergent, Inc., has built its reputation as an innovative leader in supplying comprehensive, accurate data, along with easy-to-use information tools based on the latest in technology. www.mergent.com
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Book Description Wiley, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX0471479632
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