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As the editor of Profitable Investing, Neil George’s low-risk approach to wealth-building guides investors into and through retirement safely and profitably. The Profitable Investing flagship Total Return Portfolio has grown nearly sixfold since inception, while taking far less risk than the popular stock market index funds.
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Dividend Digest

Banks Are Back

march 21, 2019

Banks didn’t get the attention that they should have last year. By 2018, after a decade of punitive legislative and regulatory rules, banks were nearly strangled from doing even the simplest of things, including taking deposits and making loans.

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Journal

Corporations are People Too

march 19, 2019

One of the basic tenants of the public stock market is that investors are just shareholders in corporations that are independent, stand-alone entities with rights and responsibilities as “people." This has been a necessity for avoiding liability of corporations that may commit financial crimes, other crimes, or of course the costs of possible bankruptcy.

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Latest Issue

April 2019 Issue

march 25, 2019

In your April issue, I’ve written about the positive moves in the general market, which are buoying many portfolio stocks. I also made the case for why the stock market is getting so much positive attention and what the remaining risks are. The key for your portfolio is to have a blend of growth and income from a diverse collection of stocks, bonds and funds, split between stocks and fixed-income, as well as cash on hand. In addition, I’m showcasing specific companies in two industries that are solving the growing needs of the US and global markets while paying nice dividends along the way.

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I am trying to buy or research a stock you discussed, but the ticker symbol you mentioned in Profitable Investing doesn't work. How can I find the right ticker symbol?

Unlike the common stocks and mutual funds most investors are used to, certain investments, including preferred stocks and international stocks, may have a welter of different ticker symbols depending on what quote lookup or brokerage service you look for them on. More

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