The Strategic Dividend InvestoreBook - 2011
There's a big difference between investing in the stock market and investing in companies through the stock market. The Strategic Dividend Investor shows you why, over the long run, investing in companies with high and rising distributions is far superior to "playing the market." Responsible for $4.5 billion in dividend-anchored portfolios, Daniel Peris demonstrates that, for most investors, buying a stock in the hope of making a quick buck by selling it in a few weeks or months is far from the best way to create wealth. Instead, you should use the stock market as a means of receiving a share of excess profitsdividendsfrom corporations in which you own stock. Over time, those paymentsand the growth of those paymentsrepresent the vast majority of stock market returns.
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill Education, 2011
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource