What Is Income Investing? Plus, the Best Retirement Plans, High-Interest Savings Accounts and High-Yielding Investments

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Dear Investor,

Q. What generates a steady, reliable income, is less volatile than the stock market, can still grow your portfolio and actually gets easier the older you get?

A. Income investing – if you follow the advice of Cabot Wealth Network!

Income investments can generate a yield of 2-10%. And you can read our FREE, expert guide, What Is Income Investing? Plus, the Best Retirement Plans, High-Interest Savings Accounts and High-Yielding Investments, to learn all about it. Download it right now!

That’s right: Cabot Wealth Network is giving away a guide to income investing, written by our own experts, that will take you from the start to finish of making investments for regular income, whether you need it right now or you’re building for retirement later.

Why are we giving away this guide for free?

Because we’re big fans of income investing, and we know how valuable it is for so many investors, especially as retirement approaches. We want all investors to thoroughly understand its potential!

And so we’ve written What Is Income Investing? to help you …

  • Discover the benefits of income investing as opposed to investing for capital appreciation
  • Learn how to identify the dividend stocks that will deliver the most income
  • Profit from dividend stocks whose growth also continues to build your portfolio
  • Shield your portfolio from the ups and downs of the stock market
  • Avoid the mistakes that income investors often make
  • Guarantee yourself a long-term, reliable income that will make your retirement truly golden

What is income investing?

Income investing means owning investments that generate a steady income stream, without ever having to sell anything. And, as I mentioned above, it can still grow your portfolio and even become easier as time goes on.

Truly, what’s not to like? But there’s one small catch. Because it’s fundamentally different from investing for capital gain, it takes some skill to achieve all of those benefits, which is why you’ll want to read our guide.

I’ll give you the first step right here though: Consider your needs, wants and risk tolerance. If you’re already retired, your income needs will be different from those of an investor who’s planning ahead. And risk, of course, is higher for those investments with higher yields.

And yes, the guide also explains yield, how to calculate it and how to find the stocks with the yield you require and the strength that will continue delivering it over the long term.

You’ll also learn how to balance yield against the other factors that matter to you in your investments: things like volatility, diversification, capital appreciation potential and income growth potential.

What else will you learn in this FREE guide, What is Income Investing?

  • The characteristics to look for in high yield stocks
  • The signs that a stock might actually be shaky, despite a high yield
  • How to identify stocks that will deliver actual dividend growth
  • Why high-interest savings accounts are not going to deliver what you need
  • The different types of dividend stocks you should consider

We include all the details and explanations you’ll need to get started on your income investing course.

What is income investing? It can be disorienting – but the advice you need is right here

In this user-friendly guide, we give you all the do’s and don’ts. For instance, while you might think that a double-digit yield is a good thing in a dividend stock, it can also be a sign of serious problems underneath the surface. So we give you the metrics we use in choosing stocks for our members, such as dividend history, cash flow and debt, among others.

There’s also a detailed section on dividend growth – the most powerful tool you can have in your investing toolbox. We show you how you can buy a dividend stock that delivers increased dividends over the years, even while its stock price is also rising.

In that case, as you’ll see from a specific example in the guide, your actual yield will be higher than what is quoted by stock advisories. Download What Is Income Investing? right now to read the details of this critical investing strategy!

And don’t worry. We understand that this might seem foreign to investors who have spent years buying and selling based on stock price. That’s why this guide is so detailed: We want you to understand every aspect of this investing strategy so you’ll feel comfortable with its different criteria and techniques.

In fact, here’s another tip from this guide:

The smart alternative to high-interest savings accounts is dividend stocks. More than 400 of 500 stocks that make up the S&P 500 now pay a dividend of some kind, and the average dividend yield among S&P 500 stocks (including the non-payers) is 2.1%. That’s almost three times the yield of your average 5-year CD, and more than a 10-year U.S. Treasury note (roughly 2%).

We hope you can see that income investing is a valuable and valid alternative to the investing and saving you’ve been doing up to now!

<H3>What else will you learn in What Is Income Investing?</H3>

Rest assured that this guide doesn’t stop at general advice. We want you to be confident and even eager to start investing for income when you’ve finished reading it. So we’ve even included a section on the different types of dividend stocks that you can choose from. These include:

  • Utilities
  • REITS
  • Business Development Companies
  • Master Limited Partnerships
  • Preferred stocks

Each one of these categories is described in detail, including the benefits and risks. When you read this guide, you’ll be prepared to start choosing dividend stocks on your own.

For example, consider preferred stocks:

Preferred stocks are a special class of shares that are traded like stocks but actually represent debt, like a bond or loan. They do not represent or confer ownership, and the distributions rarely go up. So you’d only buy a preferred for steady income, not capital gains. That said, preferred stock can generate a very steady income.

Now, you may be wondering why you should trust us here at Cabot Wealth Network. Let me just say that Cabot is unlike any other investing advisor you’ve ever used. We’re not just advisors, we’re personal contacts for our subscribers’ guidance and support, which means that our hard-won reputation is expressed in the expertise we’re sharing in this guide. Even though you’re not a subscriber right now, we value your opinion.

At Cabot, we’re a family of both advisors and investors – many of whom are themselves second generation subscribers. In fact, we’re an actual family here: Our President and Chief Investment Strategist, Tim Lutts, is the son of our company’s founder, and all of our analysts are long-term advisors with the company. There are no get-rich-quick folks here at Cabot: you can trust the information and guidance in this Special Report because we stake our reputations on it!

So I urge you to download this Special Report right now. It will take only a half-hour or so of your time for the first read-through, and it will make an enormous difference in your investing approach – and the comfort of your golden years.

You certainly have nothing to lose, and everything to gain. Download it now!

Yours for a happy retirement,

Chloe Lutts Jensen,
Chief Analyst, Cabot Dividend Investor

PS: Remember, this valuable guide is absolutely FREE. You simply can’t make a better investment than that in your portfolio and your retirement. Download it now!

PPS: Did you know that many income investments actually become more popular when the market is weak? That means they can be great buy-and-hold assets for investors who don’t want to have to trade a lot. Just one more reason why you should read this guide and start investing for income right now!

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