Secrets Of Dividend Investors by Mark Lin
The DIY Approach To Finding The Best Dividend Stocks

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How do you make money in a market crash? One way is to buy into good dividend stocks. But, do you buy a stock for dividend gain at any price? or is there a specific price to buy them? If you are holding on to a stock for dividend gain, do you know when is the time to sell it? How do you construct a portfolio of dividend stocks to create multiple source of income? Find out the answers for these questions and more in this latest book on investment.

Don’t rely solely on capital gains when investing in stocks. This puts you at the mercy of the irrationality of the stock market and increases your investment risk. This book teaches you how to select stocks that give you steady but growing dividend income. At the same time, you will learn how to protect your capital and minimize your loss when the stock price falls, by buying the share at a very attractive price (a significant discount to the intrinsic valuation).

This book offers you the right answers to the questions in every dividend investor’s mind:

Should the dividend investing strategy only be employed in the worst of times?
Are all dividend stocks the same?
Is dividend yield the sole criterion for picking dividend stocks?
What is an attractive price to buy a stock for dividend income?
When should I sell my dividend stocks?
In addition to answering the above questions, this book helps you to:
Evaluate and pick the right dividend stocks based on two major concepts of Dividend Safety and Capital Preservation
Assess the safety and sustainability of dividend payouts for dividend stocks
Calculate the reference stock prices for buying and selling of dividend stocks using the Perpetuity Dividend Discount Model and other valuation methods

Build, maintain and monitor a portfolio of dividend stocks to generate a steady flow of income

About Mark Lin

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Published January 18, 2013 by Rank Books. 108 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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