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    REVEALED: The Investment Strategy That’s Outperformed the S&P, Dow and NASDAQ…For the Past 30 Years

    According to a 2014 research study published by Lipper, a Thomson Reuters Company, 86% of active financial managers underperformed the returns of the S&P last year. And 82% underperformed it over the last 5 and 10 years. In fact, the average equity fund delivered only 4.68% over the past 3 years—and charged an average 1.02% in fees. Financial advisors and mutual fund managers make money on transactions and annual fees regardless of whether investors like you make money. You have another option to handing your money over to a fund manager.  And it’s a strategy that’s outperformed all three market indices for the past 30 years. Although a new idea to most people, Direct Investing Plans have actually been around since the 60’s. That’s when the SEC approved their establishment.  And when some of America’s finest companies opened up DRIPs for their employees, they also made the option to invest directly available to individual investors like you. But the SEC attached a stipulation:  Companies can offer these plans, but they can’t advertise their existence. So they’ve remained Wall Street’s—and a few savvy investors’—best-kept secret. Let’s face it:  your broker has no incentive to tell you about them and miss out on the commissions you pay him to trade for you. The company offering the plan is forbidden from publicizing the existence of their DRIP… In short, while you can save thousands in broker fees and commissions by investing directly in the companies you want to own—and improve your gains dramatically—there’s no financial reason for anyone to tell you about this commission-free investing option.  My name is Vita Nelson and...

    How to Build a DRIP Portfolio

    Constructing a DRIP portfolio is easier than you think… Whether you’ve been investing for years or are just starting out, you may think that creating and maintaining a diversified stock portfolio is a daunting task— one that’s better left to the professionals. But the truth is you can minimize risk, build a stock portfolio and cut costs by doing it yourself. While the importance of a secure and conservative stock investing strategy cannot be over-emphasized, the difficulty of constructing such a portfolio can be (and probably has been!) over-stated. Regardless of your age, investing can trigger emotional reactions that lead to mistakes, so the most important trait you need is patience. After all, investing is a long-term…even lifetime…pursuit. The traditional advice to review your portfolio at least once a year still holds true, both because your companies may have changed and because you may have changed. Picking stocks “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket” is the conventional wisdom. It’s also good advice. When some of your stocks are lagging, others may be gaining. This way, you won’t feel pressure to sell the laggards. In fact, if a company’s fundamental strength hasn’t changed, you would want to be buying its shares when they are lagging, not selling them. Unfortunately, many people are intimidated by the prospect of choosing five or 10 stocks. That’s why so many opt for owning a mutual fund and abdicating the responsibility. But mutual funds have their drawbacks. Some charge high fees, perform poorly and have a short-term focus. Worse, they may saddle their investors with unwanted taxable capital gains distributions that can occur...

    Ten Top Advantages to DRIPs

    The Small Investor’s Low Risk Secret to building Wealth 1. 100% Commission-Free Investing– You enroll in the company plan for a nominal fee and then never pay a transaction fee or commission of any kind. 2. Automatic Dollar Cost Averaging– DRIPs allow you to invest a specified amount of money at regular intervals. Doing this ensures you buy more of a stock when prices are low and less when prices are high. 3. The shares are issued in YOUR name, not a broker’s “street name”. By investing directly, you maintain control and ownership. 4. Automatic Dividend Reinvestment– DRIPs allow you to automatically reinvest your dividends to buy additional shares of the company. 5. Affordable Investing– You can invest small dollar amounts — some DRIPs accept investments as small as $10. 6. Instant Diversification– You only need buy one share to open an account, so you can afford to open accounts in a number of companies and immediately establish a diversified portfolio. 7. Low Risk- Building a diversified DRIP portfolio, and dollar cost averaging dramatically reduce the inherent risks associated with investing. 8. Tax-Free Savings– Since you can make small investments, you can “save” in stock instead of in a bank where you’re taxed annually on interest income. 9. Build Wealth Faster– With DRIPs, you accumulate wealth faster because every dollar you invest buys more shares, whole or “fractional”. 10. Flexibility– You invest what you want, when you want. No minimums, no fees, no...

    Looking for Money to Fund Your Child’s DRIP? Pay Your Kids!

    If you have your own business—even a sideline business—or a professional practice, you should consider hiring your children or grandchildren. You’ll get to deduct the money you pay them while the youngster can earn as much as $5,700 (in 2014) without owing any income tax. This strategy works particularly well if your business is unincorporated and your children are under 18. In those circumstances, you won’t owe Social Security or Medicare tax on the money you pay the youngsters. Use this strategy but don’t abuse it. Pay a fair wage for the work that’s actually done. Very young children can run errands, do paperwork, and handle other simple chores. We’ve heard of two year olds that were paid for modeling. Make sure that you keep records to sustain your write offs. Then encourage your child to contribute these funds to a Roth IRA. The power of tax-free compounding will provide outstanding results. Let’s assume that $2,500 is contributed to a Roth IRA on the child’s fifth birthday and that another $2,500 is contributed on his or her sixth birthday. That $5,000 investment would grow to almost $1.6 million by the time the child is 65 years of age—based on an average annual return of 10%. The effect of starting early is clear if you compare those results with the results achieved by a college graduate who begins annual contributions of $2,500 to a Roth IRA on his or her 24th birthday. Even after investing a total of $105,000 by the time that person reaches the age of 65, the account would have only grown to about $1.48 million. In...

    The Lowest Risk Way To Invest

    Have just a little to invest? DRIPs allow you to build a diversified portfolio with limited funds invested over time. Diversification reduces the risk you might face by having all your money in any one security. With a diversified portfolio, no one security will have an overwhelming effect on the performance of your entire portfolio. To achieve diversification in a brokerage account, you would have to have substantial assets to commit. Of course, only wealthy people would be in a position to do that.   On the other hand, as a DRIP investor, you can add a company to your portfolio with as little as a single share of the company stock. DRIP investors can start with small positions in a large number of companies, thus establishing a diversified portfolio, and build their positions over time.   That way, when some of your stocks are lagging, others may be prospering, which will reduce the pressure on you to sell the laggards (you may achieve better results by buying more shares when they are down, not by selling them). Get started now...

    New Update: Extra Dividend Strategy

    Everyone using DRIPs to accumulate shares through dollar-cost averaging can appreciate the joy of watching their share count grow over time. But did you realize that when you make your quarterly investments can make a big difference in what you eventually accumulate? No, we’re not talking about “market timing,” which involves guessing when the price will be at a low point. We are talking about the “Extra Dividend Strategy,” which can help you to increase the amount of dividends that get reinvested each quarter. While “capturing” the next dividend may seem like a minor concern, consider the implications over the long term. If you miss out on this strategy means that you lose in two ways. First, the dividend that you would have earned will not be invested this quarter…and will not compound for the next 20 or 30 years, if you own it for that long. Second, if you set up a quarterly investment program on the wrong schedule, you’ll miss out on that “extra” dividend each and every quarter, and each and every one of those “lost” dividends will also fail to compound over the life of your investment. We’ve written about this strategy over the years, but it deserves an update, in part because many DRIPs offer more flexibility these days. Originally, the rule of thumb was to make your quarterly investment in the month after a company paid its dividend, which would insure that your purchase would earn a dividend of its own no more than 60 days later. By doing so, you could be assured of having your shares purchased well before the next...
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