September 12, 2012

Investing The 12-Minute Way

Keep It Simple

You should only use financial products you understand. So, stick to the basics. Complex and complicated products often only serve those who sell them.

Same goes for stocks, only invest in solid companies you know and understand.

In this great Internet/Information era, it’s relatively simple to get data on any public company. To stay effective, we recommend you only take 12-Minute when you first analyze a potential candidate for your portfolio or watch list.  

Furthermore, many Dividend Stocks are companies you already know about and thus, it should be somewhat easy for you to understand their business model. With experience, it will become more and more obvious for you to qualify candidates.