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Automatic Income Paperback – November 8, 2016
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I just listened to the audiobook version of Automatic Income, and it has definitely made a good case for the strategy of dividend investing that Matthew Paulson advocates in it. I recently sold my house and am sitting on a bunch of cash that I need to invest, so the timing is right for me to reconsider my investments. As with any investment advice, do your own research, but even if I do not follow Matt's advice to the letter, or at all, the book provided me with many key fundamentals to look at when considering any investment, he defined all the assets classes available, some of which were new to me, and he spelled out how they are treated in the very complicated US tax system, and for some investments, how they may be treated worldwide for tax purposes.
The bad: it gave me much more to consider as I redo my investments; The good: it gave me a very solid investment strategy to consider for at least a portion of my portfolio.
If you're not already up to speed on the intricacies of investing, and are interested in dividend investing, this is the book for you.
I absolutely recommend this book, and for some people this will be the best book to start with. If you are still unsure about the whole investment thing however, I would recommend you start with a simpler and shorter book, such as the one by Nathan Winklepleck, which without a doubt will get you interested enough to read this book.
And if you're completely unsure about everything in life, just do yourself a favor and begin a new chapter right here, right now.