The Standard & Poor's Guide to Building Wealth with Dividend Stocks (Standard & Poor's Guide to)
Improve your investment returns with expert advice from the world's leading financial information organization Investors are rediscovering the profitable advantages of dividend-paying stocks, due to the "bird in the hand" nature of regulr dividend payments, dramatically reduced historical volatility, and the current reduction in the federal dividend tax rate. The Standard & Poor's Guide to Building Wealth with Dividend Stocks tackles all the key issues for adding the stability andperformance of dividend stocks to your portfolio, providing hands-on techniques for identifying the best dividend-paying stocks and companies, using dividend tax law changes to improve returns, and implementing innovative dividend stock strategies.
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