This is the most foolproof way I can think of to earn 1,000%
returns and yields of more than 50%.
It may sound impossible, but thiswill be a reality for many
The numbers will be different for every investor, depending on
when they recognized this opportunity. Those who saw it earliest
will make the mostmoney .
I'll explain everything you need to know shortly. But before we
go any further, you need to understand one very critical
To take advantage of this opportunity, you have to change the
way you look at your portfolio.
As it stands, many investors will ignore what I'm going to share
with you... and I know exactly why.
You see, as with any great goal, this one will take time to
Try to think of a great achievement that only took a few weeks
or months to accomplish -- they are few and far between. It took
decades toput a man on the moon. It took decades to develop a
vaccine for polio. It took four years to construct the Golden Gate
Bridge... and five years to build the Hoover Dam.
These accomplishments weren't done in a few weeks or a few
months. The biggest goals -- the ones that can truly change the
path of your life -- take years, if not decades, to accomplish.
And nowhere is this more applicable than withinvesting
Do you thinkWarren Buffett became one of the world's richest men
in the span of a couple of years? Of course not. Buffett bought his
firststock about 70 years ago.
The world's greatest businesses weren't built in just a few
didn't build 18,000 stores overnight. The company is more than 40
, synonymous with personal computers, has actually been around
since 1968 -- well before the personal computer.
And just like Buffett... or the world's greatest businesses...
your greatest wealth-building will come from years or decades of
work -- not days, weeks, or months.
Even today, long-term thinking doesn't come naturally. That's
why so many people have trouble saving for retirement...
But the best way to maximize your returns is to be patient and
invest in businesses that have a track record of raising dividends.
There are dozens ofstocks out there that have tremendous track
records of growing theirdividend payments.
There are so many, in fact, that it's difficult to tell you
about all of them.
The best are known as "Dividend Champions." This term, coined
byinvestment researcher David Fish, refers to stocks that have
raised dividends for 25 consecutive years or more.
If you want to own dominant companies that deliver consistent
long-term returns and are committed to raising their dividend
payments, then there's no better place to start than with the list
of "Dividend Champions." (You can see the full list of "Dividend
, for example. In the past 20 years it has raised its dividend
835%. If you had bought it back then,
then not only would you be sitting on a 50%dividend yield
(based on cost), but you would have a total return of
And it's a similar story with my four other "Dividend
Champions." There's only one problem...
Right now the stockmarket is expensive.
It sits near its highest point in five years. Every day, more
investors are figuring out that investing in dominant companies
that return billions of dollars to investors is a great way to make
But you don't want to overpay. Instead, if you know what to look
for, then you can keep an eye on your favorites and buy them at the
If and when some of theseinvestments hit my "Buy Under" prices,
then it's time to consider adding them to your portfolio.
A Few of My Favorite Dividend Champions
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Of course, just because a company has a history of raising
dividends and returning money to investors doesn'tguarantee future
That said, this list is a great starting point for further
research. I plan to continue watching these stocks, and if one or
more fall below my "Buy Under" prices, then I'll consider buying
-- Paul Tracy
[Note: In my newest report -- The Top 10 Stocks For 2013 -- I've
identified 10 stocks that have a good track record of raising
dividends. During the past five years, these 10 stocks have
returned 87%... despite a flat market.
This includes one stock that's gained 137% in three years...
another that's raised its dividend 463% since 2004... and another
that has more than $9.21 per share in cash (nearly half of its
To learn more about my Top 10 Stocks for 2013, visit this
Paul Tracy does not personally hold positions in any securities
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