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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

The Preferred Way to Invest

february 14, 2019

Preferred shares are a different kind of stock. They tend to be more stable than common stock because they act more like a bond than a stock. Their yields are higher than typical corporate bonds, and their stock prices doesn’t move a great deal, which makes them a great investment right now.

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The Prize for Knowing where the Market is Heading

february 12, 2019

When it comes to the stock market, there’s no GPS. Figuring out how to get where we want to go is a more challenging problem that can’t be solved with just a few clicks of a button.

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February 2019 Issue

january 22, 2019

In this issue, I'll introduce you to a series of curated individual preferred shares from cash cow companies that will easily make their ample dividend payments. Then I’ll bring in a different class of investments that may be new to you, which I call minibonds. While they have been around for decades, traders and institutions have paid them little heed, as they were designed, built and brought to the market for individual investors. But while they might be smaller in price, they are big in dependable dividends. I’ll show you a great collection to buy right now.

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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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