Imagine having enough income in your retirement that you don’t have to sell your investments…
Imagine a situation where the income from your investments exceeds the costs of your lifestyle…
This is the lifestyle a properly managed dividend stock investing approach can give you. Studies show that dividends account for the majority of profits from stocks. Investing in dividend-paying stocks is a tried and true way to make income from your investments – long into retirement – even if stock prices don’t rise. If you don’t own any dividend paying stocks – read on…
In this brand new report, income investing expert Nick Hubble reveals why it’s so important to own stocks that pay dividends right now. He’ll also introduce you to 12 dividend paying shares worth looking at… and then reveal how you can supercharge your dividend returns to provide you with income throughout retirement. Download this free report right now and discover…
- Why invest in dividend-paying stocks? You may not be aware, but studies show that dividends account for the majority of profits from stocks. The world’s first billionaire claimed that seeing his dividend payments roll in was the only thing in life that gave him pleasure. Learn why dividends are a tried and true way to make income from your investments even if stock prices fall… (page 2)
- Which dividend paying stocks to buy: REVEALED: four types of investments that pay dividends… 12 dividend paying stocks to consider in your financial plan… and what to look for when you’re picking dividend stocks to buy… and avoid (page 3)
- How one dividend reinvestment technique can help you claim a regular income in retirement even if your shares go DOWN: You could even earn the same amount in annual income as your initial investment – without ever touching the capital! It’s all to do with the clever way in which the income is paid to you. What’s more, if the share price falls, the “bonus” you receive gets bigger… (page 11)
- The form you need to complete to start using this dividend reinvestment technique immediately: usually this is one page of paperwork to complete. Sometimes it’s just a check in the right box. And the kicker: you may even be able to start right away with shares you already own… (page 16)
You’ll learn all of this and more in Nick Hubble’s brand new report: “Why Dividend Stocks Are The Key To Retirement Wealth… And How To Supercharge Your Dividend Income Now”
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Calculating Your Future Returns: The value of any investment and the income derived from it can go down as well as up. Never invest more than you can afford to lose and keep in mind the ultimate risk is that you can lose whatever you’ve invested. While useful for detecting patterns, the past is not a guide to future performance. Some figures contained in this report are forecasts and may not be a reliable indicator of future results. Any potential gains in this do not include taxes, brokerage commissions, or associated fees. Please seek independent financial advice regarding your particular situation. Investments in foreign companies involve risk and may not be suitable for all investors. Specifically, changes in the rates of exchange between currencies may cause a divergence between your nominal gain and your currency-converted gain, making it possible to lose money once your total return is adjusted for currency.