Richard Stooker

Richard Stooker believes most investors begin as he did: thinking they're smart enough to beat the market. After lots of research, in books and by losing money in the financial markets, he figures out he can't compete with the entire world and can't foretell the future. Partner with the world. Own many pieces of businesses that meet the basic needs of people, and which share the profits with their owners.
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Want to get started investing in the stock market, but aren't sure how to do so?

What are stocks?

What determines their market prices?

Why do they go up and down?

How can I beat the stock market?

What are mutual funds?

What are index funds?

What are Exchanged Traded Funds?

Even though the stock market is the heart of a country's wealth, and even though it enables everybody to be a part owner in the largest, most successful countries in the world, it's not taught in public schools.

But be warned: the mainstream press often misrepresents the stock market. They focus on making the news exciting and dramatic to sell copies.

Frankly, the best investing is boring investing. It's putting as much money as you can afford into many companies, and reinvesting dividends. And continuing to do so until you reach retirement age.

The best investing is not about trying to figure out what's going to happen in the economy or the markets tomorrow, next week, next month or next year.

Many financial writers try to make you think you have to work hard at investing. You must study stock charts every night. Read annual reports. Thoroughly analyze a company's financial statements. Read THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, BARRON'S, and MONEY MAGAZINE. Buy special software. Hang out in online investing forums.

Not so!

Don't waste your time. This book takes modern financial theory to its logical conclusion. You can get the maximum long term benefit by following its simple plan. No tedious math or economics theory needed.

It's simple to set up. Then you forget about it. Pay no attention to the financial news. Just focus on making the most money you can in your career or business, that's all.

And if you're starting small, we've got you covered too.

You'll learn the various kinds of stocks and the various ways to invest in them, including tax-deferred retirement accounts such as an IRA.

This work is shorter than Stock Investing for Dummies.

Warning: the investment world is full of people who think your money belongs to them.

From out and out scammer brokers, financial advisors, newsletter editors, and to the managers of actively traded mutual funds, if you're not careful you'll help everybody get rich except yourself.

Your government also wants your money, so this includes a chapter on the tax consequences of investing -- and how to minimize them.

Therefore, scroll up to download Stock Market Investing for Beginners and get started right away.

 "Rick Stooker is on the right track. We also intend to pursue a more income-oriented strategy in the years to come. Capital gains are subject to both the risk of a decline in economic fundamentals and a deterioration in market psychology. High-quality dividends and income are subject only to the former, and that makes a big difference in modeling your portfolio returns in retirement."

-- Charles Lewis Sizemore CFA, Senior Analyst HS Dent Investment Management, LLC

"I am a Chartered Accountant in Canada and spent most of my career teaching in a community college.

"Over the years, I have used various "plans," with varying degrees of success, but had never given much thought to dividends, so I fell prey to the hype about capital gains. So what was I thinking? Should have been investing for dividends.

"I also learned about some new investment vehicles, and got a "heads up" on some investments that I was aware of, but put on the back burner.

"Wish I knew about all this stuff when I was in my 20's, or at least paid attention to the theories involved in my 40's."
 --- Dennis Wilson

"What an eye-opener!!!

"I had heard about REITs, MLPs, BDCs, but you really explained their advantages and disadvantages. Thank you, Rick. You have set me on the right path to generate a steady income stream."

-- Kenny H

While the financial markets are collapsing . . .

Finally, you too can discover the old-fashioned -- yet now revolutionary (and updated for the 21st century) -- "gold egg" income investing secrets for lazy investors

Despite following the conventional financial wisdom, many senior citizens are now asking what happened to that worry-free fun and relaxation they promised themselves after a long career of hard work.

Many people in their fifties and early sixties are wondering when -- or even if -- they'll be able to retire.

What's the alternative? Investing for income.

Learn how to make money whether the stock market goes up, down or sideways.

Discover how to avoid the financial pitfalls and emotional stress of depending upon the stock market to deliver market price appreciation to you -- capital gains. They come -- sometimes -- but they also disappear.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is now just a little over the high it first broke six years ago. These days the buy and hold strategy requires a lot of patience.

This book advocates rewarding yourself right away with regular income from stock dividends and bond interest. It shows you the best, most dependable types of income-producing investments -- and how to minimize risk.

So invest now in the book that can guide your retirement portfolio to generating large amounts of income in the long term.

Just scroll up and download Income Investing Secrets: How to Receive Ever-Growing Dividend and Interest Checks, Safeguard Your Portfolio and Retire Wealthy.

 In a low yield world where government bonds pay next to no interest, S&P 500 stocks pay little more than that in dividends, the Canadian government is on the threshold of taxing income trusts, and even real estate investment trusts are suffering cash flow problems, one type of security still stands as a beacon of hope to income investors.

Master Limited Partnerships or MLPs

9% yields . . . that increase 9% annually . . . quarterly distributions almost guaranteed . . . capital gains that leave the S&P 500 in the dust . . . tax protection . . . business profits protected by federal government regulation . . . profit from the energy sector without the volatility of market prices because MLPs are paid by volume not final price.

Until now, the information available to investors has been scanty. There've been only chapters in books. One prominent financial advice company recently launched a newsletter devoted to them, but the price tag is $399 annually. The Internet contains summary but incomplete articles and snatches of advice (some good, some inaccurate).

Finally, investors can learn all about these terrific investments -- their rewards and risks; the paperwork hassles and how to get around them; and how to invest in them using both taxable and tax-deferred accounts.

In one convenient volume for one low price. This book is the first and only devoted solely to Master Limited Partnerships.

You'll discover:

The incredible benefits of Master Limited Partnerships

Why they're still incredibly cheap

How their legal rules and business structure combine to send you lots of cash

Why they'll continue to generate lots of cash for the foreseeable future

Information on every company Information on every MLP index

Information on every MLP closed-end fund

What MLP i-units are and how they can skyrocket your IRA portfolio

How to understand and complete MLP tax forms

Everything you need to know to get started to enhance your current income or save for your financially secure future.

I cover a lot of material that applies to all energy-related MLPs, but my strong recommendation is you confine your investment dollars to those in what are called "midstream" MLPs. More on that later.

I'll start off with a chapter that explains the many benefits of investing in midstream Master Limited Partnerships.

Followed by a chapter on the "catches" -- the aspects that individual investors sometimes stumble over.

Followed by information on the business risks of MLPs.

Then information on their history, structure and businesses both from the financial side and the petroleum industry side. This includes why businesses convert their assets to MLPs. And why such high yielding investments are still available in today's otherwise low-yield financial marketplace.

Then we'll cover everybody's favorite topic -- taxes. The tax and tax filing consequences of owning MLP units. I'll also cover the various tax forms and how to complete them.

Then ways of investing in MLPs that, in terms of tax paperwork and filing, are the same as investing in stocks. So you can add MLPs to your tax-deferred accounts or simply avoid the extra paperwork created by direct ownership of MLP units.

There're chapters on MLP i-units, on each MLP-related closed-end fund and MLP Exchange Traded Notes.

Then there're chapters on all the MLP indexes.

Then tips on putting this information all together to benefit from MLPs in your taxable broker account and your tax-deferred accounts.

And how to balance MLPs with the rest of your portfolio.

Then a chapter on what happens if you -- against my advice -- sell MLP units.

And a chapter on what happens if you follow my advice and hold your MLP units until you die.

33,000 words

Then chapters on each individual energy or natural resource related MLP available today.

 Claim Your Share of Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) Profits From Around the World

Ever since so many private real estate companies converted themselves into Real Estate Investment Trusts and held IPOs in the mid-1990s, and with the publication of the first edition of Investing in REITs: Real Estate Investment Trusts by Ralph L. Block, U.S. investors have been discovering the high dividend yields possible through investing in commercial real estate through publicly owned companies.

REITs do not have to pay taxes on the income they distribute to unit holders -- and the government requires them to distribute at least 90%!

This means they <b>pay out a lot more money than ordinary corporations (who have to pay corporate taxes).

REITs are cash cows.

What's not so well known is that countries all over the world have been following the lead of the United States and creating their own versions of Real Estate Investment Trusts.

Nearly 40 countries from Australia to Turkey have laws enabling some form of REITs, using the US as a model but ringing their own changes.

By investing in foreign REITs you can:

1. Have a stream of income that's <b>not dependent on the US dollar (or euro, or yen, or whatever your currency of residence is).

By investing in foreign REITs, you get income in a large variety of other currencies, which may be going up in value as the US dollar falls.

The two largest, oldest and most mature REIT countries in the world behind the US are Canada and Australia.

Which two countries in the world have recently seen the value of their currencies go up dramatically?

Canada and Australia.

But Canadians and Australians needs apartments, office buildings and shopping malls just like everyone else.

By buying shares of their REITs, you can get yourself some Canadian and Australian dollars.

Two other kinds of dollars are going up in value -- both from busy and booming Asian port cities -- Hong Kong and Singapore.

And both Hong Kong and Singapore have some great Real Estate Investment Trusts.

2. Have a stream of income from economic activity that may be up while your local area is down.

Most people's jobs are dependent upon their local economy. However, when business is slow in your area, it may be great in Paris, Dubai or Kuala Lumpur.

We also know that while the entire U.S. real estate market can be slow, real estate in other countries may still be booming.

3. Worldwide inflation protection

Well run REITs will do all they can to increase their net incomes, including raise rents to keep up with inflation -- wherever they are located.

Ever wanted to benefit from Japanese people paying rent for their apartments?

Or from businesses paying for offices in prestigious districts of Paris?

Or from tourists buying clothes in the trendy shops of Soho London?

Or from jet setters tanning themselves at Mediterranean luxury resorts?

Or from Australian wine vinyards?

Or even from Bulgarian farmers renting land to grow wheat on?

Or from drinkers having a pint in AB InBev's chain of European pubs?

From the warehouses and shipping docks of China?

Now you can!

In the last chapter you learn the investments that you can tell your broker to buy for you to profit from REITs around the world.

It's simple, easy and -- in this globalized world of international financial crises, a smart move to protect you and your family's wealth.
 What causes us to age?

At first, that sounds like a stupid question. Aging is such an intrinsic aspect to the human condition we tend to take for granted it . . . just . . . happens.

But we live in a world of cause and effect. Aging is an effect, so what is the cause?

The common way of thinking about this is from the perspective our bodies are physical, and everything else that's physical eventually wears out or breaks down, such as our cars, our houses, and even our computers.

That's known as the "wear and tear" theory of aging.

But our bodies are different from such items because they're alive and, in optimum conditions of health, regenerate themselves if at all possible.

Cuts heal over, broken bones knit, and so on.

Indeed, every day millions of our cells die in the course of performing their functions. They're simply replaced by new cells. Our bodies can even work around permanently damaged tissue, even including the brain itself.

However, at a certain point, our bodies become less able to repair and regenerate. About age 40 we stop totally repairing and processing all the protein from our dead and damaged cells. Like a declining city running out of tax revenue, services such as street repair and garbage collection get farther and farther behind.

The fear of death and the desire to live (youthfully) forever have obsessed humanity since the dawn of our species.

In one way or another, we have searched for the Fountain of Youth, to become immortal -- eternally young.

In the last hundred to hundred-fifty years or so, the average life span of people -- especially in the developed world -- has increased dramatically. Credit for that goes principly to improved sanitation, antibiotics, improved care of infants and small children, and an increase in the food supply.

So we've removed or dramatically reduced many of the causes of childhood through adulthood death.

We're living longer because more of us reach old age. Once there, however, the main causes of death are heart disease, cancer, and strokes.

The medical establishment has created heroic measures to help people with these and related problems.

But what if we could avoid them altogether? What if we could "cure" the "disease" of old age?

How long would we live?

Isn't that a better question?

That's the purpose of this short report -- to tell you about the Nobel winning medical research on telomeres and telomerase which may hold the key to an extra long lifespan, and the supplement which is available right now to help you live longer.

It's not for everybody, and it may not be for you. And you'll also learn additional ways to maintain good health far into advanced old age.

Now we have additional scientific evidence showing moderate exercise, a noninflammatory diet, controlling stress, and antioxidants really do help you live not only better, but longer.

This is a short report -- around 10,000 words -- on the amazing health and anti-aging benefits available right now to seniors who wish to postpone old age and death as long as possible.

Therefore, scroll up, and download it right away.
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