40 of 43 people found the following review helpful
This book has nothing to do with dividend stocks,
This review is from: Be a Dividend Millionaire: A Proven, Low-Risk Approach That Will Generate Income for the Long Term (Hardcover)
Judging from the title, you'd think this book was about how to build your portfolio through dividend stocks, and how to identify/analyze them. You'd be wrong. The first quarter of the book is how to manage your expenses. The middle part of the book the author tells you stories about people daytrading and how his friends lost money because of their bad decisions. The last part of the book the author tells you how he daytrades. There's ONE page giving you a list of dividend stocks and why you should go to his website for the latest list and why you should subscribe to his newsletter. Are you kidding?
NONE of the info in the book is about investing in dividend stocks. The 5-star reviews here are obviously fake, as is this book.
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Initial post: Apr 22, 2011 2:51:08 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Apr 22, 2011 3:28:10 PM PDT
Paul A. Rubillo says:
We have a ton of free information about dividend investing on our site as well, as well as our free newsletter. Dividend stock investing is not a complicated strategy. I'm not interested in making something complicated that really isn't. Sorry the book didn't hit the mark for you. Please feel free to respond here or to e-mail us at Dividend.com. I seriously don't mind the criticism, but tell me what was left out. I am here to help clarify any questions you have. Whatever the skepticism you have about "fake" 5-star reviews, don't let that stop you from pursuing the investment goal of investing in dividend stocks. It's not a super-exciting momentum-like ride, but the returns are going to be there if you apply yourself. Again, feel free to reach out with any dividend questions that are on your mind.
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