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The Strategic Dividend Investor di [Peris, Daniel]
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  Tired of the stock market's ups and downs? Get off "The Wall Street" roller coaster with strategic dividend investing! "Peris is way out in front of the Wall Street pack. His book makes a case for dividend-driven investing that no one in this back-to-basics era should ignore." (Josh Peters, Editor, "The Morningstar Dividend Investor"). "Peris is a leading portfolio manager in the dividend investing space, and his results and insights add tremendous value to any portfolio. Whether you're an individual investor or an institution portfolio manager, "The Strategic Dividend Investor" is an absolute must read in this challenging market environment." (Don Dion, President, Dion Money Management, and Editor, "The Fidelity Independent Adviser"). "In this lively and persuasive polemic, Daniel Peris forcefully reminds us what equity investing is really all about: Show me the money!" (Ian Kennedy, former Director of Research, Cambridge Associates). Rather than trying to play "Wall Street's" game of predicting what the stock market will do tomorrow, investors need to focus on dividends as the key to long-term investment success. Instead of speculating on share price movements - and getting whipsawed in the process - investors should use the stock market to create a steady stream of cash dividends coming from a portfolio of stable and profitable enterprises. "The Strategic Dividend Investor" shows you how to do it in a no-nonsense, easy-to-understand manner. This title helps you learn how to benefit from the stock market rather than being buffeted by its gyrations; understand why dividends are the key to long-term total return from the stock market; use dividend reinvestment to build an impressive nest egg; and, come to appreciate how a dividend-focused portfolio anchored in cash payments can act as a cushion in volatile markets. There's a big difference between investing in the stock market and investing in companies through the stock market.

L'autore

Daniel Peris is vice president and senior portfolio manager of the $2.2 billion Federated Strategic Value Dividend Fund since 2006. Previously he was a stock analyst at Argus Research. Peris began his career as a historian in academia, and in 1998 left to work in capital markets but applies his history background to his financial approach.

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  • Utilizzo simultaneo di dispositivi: Fino a 4 dispositivi, per limite di editore
  • Editore: McGraw-Hill Education; 1 edizione (22 aprile 2011)
  • Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B004UKTJO4
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53 di 54 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
3.0 su 5 stelle Good advice, but the book could be better 2 agosto 2011
Di VD - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
As a beginning investor, I have recently read a lot about the stock market in general and dividend investing in particular, which is what led me to this book. Peris writes well and the book is easy to read, but I didn't feel like I got much value from it. The book is about 160 pages, which is fairly short, yet I think most of the key information in it could be expressed in about 100 pages if a lot of the redundancy were avoided. In fact, the main investing strategy outlined in the book can be summarized in a single sentence: Invest for the long term in dividend-paying stocks with good yields and consistent dividend growth because such stocks have been shown historically to provide solid returns. I think this is good advice, but one doesn't really need to read this book to figure it out. Prior to reading this book, I had already determined that long-term dividend investing was a good strategy based largely on what I gleaned for free from various blogs, websites, etc. I didn't get much in the way of new insight from the book, except perhaps for Peris' take on the current "Trader Nation" mentality that de-emphasizes dividend investing.

[Brief digression: Speaking of free information from websites, two sources that I've come across that are very helpful for finding good dividend stocks are: (1) The Dynamic Dividend at [...] It not only provides up-to-date news about dividend stocks, but it has a great list of "Dividend Dynamos" -- companies that have paid consistently increasing dividends for many years. (2) The "Dividend Champions" list at the DRiP Investing Resource Center at[...] It is a detailed list of dividend stocks that includes information about recent dividend payments and growth trends. Note that I am not affiliated with either website; I simply want to point out that they are good sources for finding stocks to implement the strategy described in this book.]

One might say a weakness of the book is that it does not say a whole lot about how to actually find good dividend stocks (i.e., how to go through the search process in an efficient manner). In Peris' defense, this may not be necessary because he recommends that individuals get a broker to do all the research and dividend investing for them. For people who are completely naive about the stock market and finances, this would be a good option. However, in the age of the Internet, there is so much easily accessible information online (e.g., see digression above) that I think many people are capable of doing competent dividend investing on their own, provided they can devote a bit of time and effort to it -- and it doesn't have to be a lot; Peris advocates a long-term buy-and-hold strategy, so it's not like you have to do obsessive, daily research and analysis to invest successfully on your own.

Two other things that I was disappointed not to find in the book: (1) More detailed comparisons of dividend-paying stocks. For example, let's say I find a handful of stocks in the same sector or industry that have good yields and consistent dividend growth. How should I compare them further to determine which is the best investment(s)? (2) From a beginner's perspective, it would have been nice to see a "starter" dividend portfolio involving actual companies; e.g., how one might go about investing $10,000 to get a solid, diversified portfolio. Maybe these things could be incorporated into a new edition of the book down the road; building on the preceding paragraph, this would be a way of catering to readers who want to do dividend investing on their own.

I also feel compelled to comment on the Kindle version of the book, which is what I read. The pros: (1) I did not encounter any text formatting issues. (2) There were chapter links in the table of contents. (3) Endnotes were easily accessed by selecting the linked numbers, then pressing the back button to return to the main text. The cons: (1) The tables and figures were almost impossible to read, even in landscape mode. They really need to be redone in a different format. This issue might be motivation enough for most people to opt for the print version of the book, despite the higher cost. (2) The index is completely useless because there are no links to the text (in place of page numbers), which is an inexcusable oversight.
22 di 23 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
3.0 su 5 stelle Don't Buy this Book for Kindle 31 luglio 2011
Di Bruce - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
The Strategic Dividend Investor is an excellent guide to investing in stocks. Dividend paying stocks outperform non-dividend stocks by a wide margin and this book does an excellent job of explaining why. However, I am deeply dissatisfied with the Kindle edition of the book. Much of the value of this book is in the research and data that Mr. Peris has developed. Most of this information is presented in the form of detailed graphs and tables that are completely unreadable on the Kindle. So buy the physical book; it is well worthwhile. But don't buy the Kindle edition. My 3-star rating is an average of 5-stars for the book and 1-star for the Kindle edition that I made the mistake of buying.
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Good basis for Investing 11 giugno 2013
Di LARRY - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
This is a great basis for any serious investor and gives good support to his approach to wealth creation. Although there are many books on making money on the stock market I consider this to be one of the necessary reads for anyone who really wants to sleep at night and make money. Investing is a life long study but in this book the author has done well to put a core approach clearly to the reader.
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Chase the Dividends, Not the Capital Gains 11 ottobre 2013
Di Thomas H Rekdal - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
A superbly simple explanation of the folly of casino style speculation, which now passes for "investing." Buy low, sell high, and repeat often is not the path to wealth it seems. Better to latch onto a reliable dividend stream at a good price and ride the flow. This book explains in layman's terms why, and how, you should do it.
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle The strategic dividend investor 24 dicembre 2011
Di Del - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
This is a book for anyone who is serious about investing should read whether one has ten thousand dollars or ten million.
The author clearly outlines a sensible longterm strategy. I strongly recommend this book for the new investor as well as the
Seasoned investor. The book might be considered too basic for some but the message is so on target that it should be read by all
The writing is simple,clear, and to the point.
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