My name is Bill Spetrino, and my goal with this special report is to help you build your own personal “dividend machine” — an income-generating investment portfolio that will spit out money for you whenever you need it, just like an ATM.
You know, my very first dividend check was just $44. It wasn’t much, but it was the first check I’d ever gotten that I didn’t have to work for, and I really liked the idea of that.
My next dividend check was $68, then $140, then $240.
Then one day, I went to the mailbox and slid open the thin envelope. As I pulled out my quarterly dividend check, I caught my breath.
The check was for $1,000.
It wasn’t enough to live on, but my dividends had grown exponentially in just 2½ years.
I was continuing to invest every month and starting to see the results. More importantly, I could see that my goal was within reach. I did some quick calculations and determined that if I kept my dividend machine growing, I could retire at age 50.
I Did It, and You Can Too!
In building your own dividend machine, I will show you how to combine two incredibly powerful forces — compound interest and reinvested dividends — to turbo-charge your returns.
I follow two basic rules:
Warren Buffett, the only man ever to earn more than $100 billion for himself and his investors, has these immortal words on a sign above the computer in his office. So do I. With these rules as your foundation, the uncertainties we face today become a lot less daunting.
No matter what happens with tax rates, interest rates, and the worldwide economy, the right dividend-paying companies will reward us handsomely.
In this special report, I’ve chosen five stocks that you should own right now. It’s my gift to you, absolutely FREE.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to dramatically increase your monthly income by collecting as many as 16 extra “paychecks” this year!
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