"High Dividend Investing: What You Need to Know"
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With banks paying next to nothing, and the stock market iffy, it's time to take a hard look at high-dividend stocks. At this highly interactive presentation, Harry Domash will tell you which dividend stock categories look best right now and which you should avoid. You'll also learn how to find, research and analyze dividend-paying common stocks, energy trusts, closed-end funds, real estate investment trusts, master-limited partnerships, business development corporations and preferred stocks. Learn where to get the data you need to make informed investment decisions, and what to do with it.
Attend This Meeting to Learn:
How to avoid the tax hassles of energy partnerships and get even better returns
Why preferred stocks should be in every portfolio
Why you should buy closed-end funds instead of conventional mutual funds
Reasons to Attend This Meeting:
- Get your dividend questions answered by an expert
- Learn about Winning Investing Tutorials
- Discuss your dividend strategies with other investors
Discussed By: Harry Domash
A seasoned analyst, Harry Domash is best known for his investing columns that have appeared regularly in print publications such as Business 2.0 Magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle and other newspapers, and on major financial websites including MarketWatch, MSN Money and Morningstar. His best selling stock analysis book, "Fire Your Stock Analyst," has been translated into Chinese, Japanese and Russian. Harry publishes DividendDetective.com, a site specializing in high-dividend investing, and WinningInvesting.com, a free site featuring "how to" investing tutorials and other resources. Domash conducts fundamental analysis workshops and is a frequent speaker at Money Show and AAII seminars.
When & Where
AAII Silicon Valley Chapter
The AAII Silicon Valley Chapter is affiliated with the American Association of Individual Investors (AAII), a nonprofit corporation founded in 1978 for the purpose of assisting individuals in becoming effective managers of their own assets through programs of education, information and research.
AAII local chapters are grassroots organizations led by volunteer AAII members, and allow AAII to extend its mission "person to person" to individual investors in their own communities by offering meetings that provide unbiased investment education in a social context.