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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

Cash In on Big Dividends by Becoming Uncle Sam’s Landlord

december 12, 2018

Property pays. And it will continue to pay—even with some of the nation’s real estate challenges—if you own the right properties at the right prices. That search led me to an area of the REIT market where you can lease to one of the best tenants in the world: the US federal government.

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Journal

Taking a Bite Out Of a Success Story

december 11, 2018

For a long time now, the apple of many investors’ eyes, appropriately enough, has been Apple (AAPL), which the Total Return Portfolio has held since December 2015. Since its buy date, investors have seen a price gain of 56.10%, and including Apple’s meager dividends, the overall return has been 64.58%.

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Latest Issue

December 2018 Issue

november 19, 2018

In this issue, I start with the underlying economic and market conditions that will underpin where I see stocks in specific industries going into 2019. There are good indicators that key industries will see not only better results but plenty of market attention in the coming months. Then I’ll introduce you to a market segment that’s composed of companies that are profitable through bull and bear markets and pay out ample dividend income. My newest picks for your portfolio are the two best companies to invest in in the segment.

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