Tired of the anemic money-market rates?
Folks, think about something for a just a minute.
The United States is $14 trillion in debt. The U.S. needs to keep interest rates low on cash.
I have owned great U.S. companies for the past 17 years. My investments provide safety, growth and most importantly — income.
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An investment in a common stock I bought in 2000 is paying me a dividend of more than 20 percent annually.
It is no surprise it has appreciated more than 400 percent in that timeframe. This stock was hardly a start-up and more than 75 percent of all households in the U.S. were doing business with it at the time. In some of the company’s markets, it controls 20 to 60 percent of the total market share in the U.S.
Unlike the U.S government that runs trillion-dollar deficits, most of the companies I recommend earn billions of dollars annually and have never, in more than 75 to 125 years, ever run a deficit.
Do you realize that large U.S companies — purchased at the right prices — make more sense?
Afraid of stocks?
Many folks warn me: “Bill, Do you know stocks could lose their value?”
I so know one thing for sure: For the last 65 years, the U.S dollar has lost its purchasing power.
Does anyone believe the same dollar they had five years ago buys the same amount today?
With a bank CD, you have safety and the small stream of interest that Ben Bernanke decides to give you — but no growth. In fact, your dollar will purchase less after your bank CD matures.
What about gold?
Gold offers safety and growth but provides no income. If you are rich enough that you don’t need income, then owning gold is better than the dollar, in my not-so-humble but very accurate opinion.
But if you own all gold, how do you cover your annual living expenses without depleting your nest egg?
How would you like to get safety, growth and an income rate that you control and increases nearly every year?
Perhaps you are afraid of losing your hard-earned nest egg and have reached an age where you feel you can never earn that back.
Maybe you are afraid of buying the right company, but at the wrong price, like many have done in the past 12 years.
Fate has brought you here today.
Now, I understand you haven’t averaged 19 percent compounded annually during the past 15 years on your investments like I have.
My time tested system will help you decide what stock and what price is appropriate
Combining compounded interest with the reinvestment of dividends has helped me build a dividend stream that covers all my family’s annual living expenses.
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