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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

Learn to Reinvest Dividends for Better Returns

june 20, 2019

You'll do much better by reinvesting on your terms rather than on autopilot.

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Journal

Do Higher Stock Prices Come with Higher Stock Values? (Plus a New Niche Investments Recommendation)

june 25, 2019

In the July issue of Profitable Investing that was published on the website yesterday and is being mailed to you this week, I raised buy under prices for a collection of stocks, bonds and funds in the Total Return Portfolio and the Incredible Dividend Machine...

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Latest Issue

July 2019 Issue

june 24, 2019

It’s a heady time for the markets. The S&P 500 Index is up 17.61% year to date, and bonds are bounding higher in price and lower in yield. The US economy remains in growth mode, with GDP remaining firmly in the positive. Inflation, which was already subdued, is trending lower. And the Federal Reserve Bank’s Open Market Committee (FOMC) is moving to ease its target range for near-term interest rates.

However, trade tensions remain, and adding to the trade tiff are threats of foreign exchange conflicts by nations to push their currencies down for trade competitiveness. Elections also remain a distant but real threat. The main goal now is to keep income flowing while protecting your growth prospects, and I'll show you how to do just that in your July issue.

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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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