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eBook The Dividend Investor: A practical guide to building a share portfolio designed to maximise income ePub

by Rodney Hobson

  • ISBN: 0857190962
  • Category: Investing
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Rodney Hobson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harriman House (April 30, 2012)
  • Pages: 212
  • ePub book: 1466 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1709 kb
  • Other: lrf docx mbr doc
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 578

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Learn how to build a dividend portfolio that grows with you. Find out how to balance risk and return, to produce . Stay away until you do. If you are considering building a portfolio for income, this article will help guide you toward success.

Learn how to build a dividend portfolio that grows with you. Find out how to balance risk and return, to produce adequate income despite inflation. This means accumulating portfolio income that provides for your financial needs long after you stop working. This isn't a get-rich-quick scheme, though.

The Dividend Investor book. Designed for longevity but particularly pertinent in times of low interest rates, "The Dividend Investor" is packed with real-life examples, case studies, and analysis.

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Rodney Hobson, author of bestseller Shares Made Simple, is back with a brand new book designed to help you build a balanced share portfolio that provides dividend income, whether you're just starting out or ready to retire.Dividends - the distribution of part of a company's earnings to shareholders, usually twice a year - can be a valuable income stream for anyone. Designed for longevity but particularly pertinent in times of low interest rates, The Dividend Investor is packed with real-life examples and analysis of how to gain such added income through reliable shares with healthy dividends.Topics made simple with Hobson's classic style include: ratios, yield, dividend cover, the dividend payout ratio, total return, cash flow, burn rate, gearing or leverage, interest cover, earnings per share and the price/earnings ratio. Plus the advantages and disadvantages of shareholder perks.If you're looking to make the most from your investments, then this book is for you.

Comments

Gajurus Gajurus
The book is written for UK readers. Stocks mentioned in the book are from UK stock market and the book uses UK currency like pounds and not US dollars. The appendix contains a list of dividend companies from the FTSE 350 companies. The information on taxes covers UK tax laws. Click on the 'Look Inside' link for this book and look at the "What this book covers" title and you'll see it even mentions, "The focus is the UK stock market...."
Zulurr Zulurr
the book is written in a simple language, making it easy to understand. at the same time, the contents are divided into many short chapters, making it such an 'achievement' after you finished reading a chapter. You can't wait to finish reading the next one. the examples chosen are clear, straight to the point and there is not much repetition (unlike some other books). The strategy is simple and easy to understand (similar to Dogs of the Dow). I highly recommend this book for anyone who just started learning dividend investing. Although the example are taken from London Stock Exchange, the concepts can easily be extended to any other market.