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Introducing My Investing Assistant; Dividends

I’m a busy person. I have my family, my career, personal interests that take up a few hours here and there. Then I have to eat, sleep, shower, shave, exercise, travel to and from places.

There are times I wish I had a personal assistant to help complete certain tasks so I can continue to get other things done. Now I certainly couldn’t afford a personal assistant every day, but I would like one passively; when I need one.

One of the most common questions I’m emailed about is how I find the time to research successful companies and invest successfully when it takes so much time. Everyone can try to be more efficient in their research, they can take shortcuts, but we all know that those shortcuts lead to errors that will cost you money.

What’s my secret? I’ll tell you how you can be more efficient with your time and more successful with your money.

You need an assistant. Every successful company president and CEO has one so why don’t you?

I’m not talking about a personal assistant; I’m talking about a Dividend Assistant.

Dividends do things that nothing else can in the same way they can.

Dividends offer you extra cash in your pocket (account) that you didn’t have to add yourself. Dividends are tax efficient, passive, consistent and achieve better results for the time you put into them than any other way of investing I’ve ever found.

I can spend more time researching my investments, organizing my portfolio, targeting my buy and sell positions all because I know that my investments are generating income all on their own.

Instead of working harder and looking for opportunities that give me an extra 3-4% in my portfolio my Dividend Assistant is continuously doing this for me. That time allows me to focus on being successful with targeting 4-6% in capital gains to achieve my effective target of 8% in annualized returns.

When I talk to my investing clients about this concept they’re not really too sure what to make of it until they start doing it. It becomes such a logical way to invest that often they don’t want to invest in a company that doesn’t pay dividends because of the extra work that’s necessary.

I urge you to try it and if you need help just let me know!

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  • George August 25, 2014, 11:08 pm

    Glad to see you back.. I agree, have been reading your site for years, wish there was more posts but understand life happens.. My assistant is working hard for me as well.. Cheers

    • Brad Ferris August 26, 2014, 5:51 am

      Thanks George! Yeah life is busy, but if there are topics you’d like me to discuss please let me know. Sometimes short posts are possible, but I need topics I’ve not already discussed in detail

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