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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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Get More from Banks than a Little Interest

march 14, 2019

The impact to bank stocks post 2008 through October 2016 was dire compared to the recovering general stock market.

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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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March 2019 Issue

february 25, 2019

In this issue, I feature three opportunities in specific stocks to buy for more growth and income. I start with another play on the ever-rising demand in the US healthcare sector. While we have good exposure to drug stocks and other healthcare-related companies, I’ve found an old favorite of mine that uses other companies’ money to fund a high and rising dividend flow from a lower-risk part of the healthcare market. The other top story is that banks are finally getting noticed again. As I wrote last year, there’s a lot going right in this sector that hasn’t been noticed by most investors until now. I’ll explain why regional banks are getting hot again, as well as two top stocks to put new money into right now.

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