The Strategic Dividend Investor
Responsible for $4.5 billion in dividend-anchored portfolios, Daniel Peris demonstrates that, for most investors, buying a stock in the hope of making a quick buck by selling it in a few weeks or months is far from the best way to create wealth. Instead, you should use the stock market as a means of receiving a share of excess profits—dividends—from corporations in which you own stock. Over time, those payments—and the growth of those payments—represent the vast majority of stock market returns.
The Dividend Imperative
The The Dividend Imperative , a bold new vision for anyone interested in having a stronger, broader, and healthier stock market for everyone. If you’re invested in the future of the stock market, this is your wake-up call. Dividends are not the problem. They’re part of the solution.
You’ve seen the markets swing from bubble to scandal and back again. You’ve watched the divide between Wall Street and Main Street grow larger each year. You’ve wished there was a strategic approach to investing that strengthened portfolios, benefited companies, and bolstered the economy as well.
The answer, according to business investor Daniel Peris, is simple. You need to focus on dividends.
Investors need to demand bigger dividends and U.S. corporations need to pay out more of their profits as dividends.
This is THE DIVIDEND IMPERATIVE.
A powerful new call to action for investors and corporate leaders by the acclaimed author of The Strategic Dividend Investor
“Peris makes a compelling case that investors and companies need to focus more on dividends, which have accounted for the lion's share of stock market returns.”
—John Heinzl, Toronto Globe & Mail
“All investors and corporate leaders can benefit from Peris’s simple insight.”
—J. Christopher Donahue, CEO, Federated Investors