Enduring and sustainable wealth requires owning companies with a solid competitive advantage over long periods. It’s called compounding, which Albert Einstein dubbed “the 8th wonder of the world”. The stock market has been running higher for 8 consecutive years, and opportunities to own the highest-quality businesses in the world at attractive valuations are scarce. That’s why this is such a unique set up – a world-class investment in a world full of mediocre ones.
Income Champions are stocks that are designed to provide yields that are uncanny in the market. Retirees, savers, and savvy investors in search of high yields outside of bonds understand the importance of passive income to a well-rounded portfolio. The two Income Champions in this exclusive issue are rock solid and poised and built to generate wealth.
A certain group of stocks make double-digit returns without any effort on your part, and they outperform any other investment in the safety and long-term ability to grow your fortune. I invest 25%-40% of my fortune in them every year – they are Wealth Stocks.
Over a 40-year timespan, a dividend grower has made investors a 6,000% return! If you start out with $20,000, your holdings would be worth $1,200,000 after 4 decades at this yield curve.
Under the radar of the mainstream media, this company flourishes and will be a huge legacy money-maker.
I’ve read and listened to most of the world’s highly successful investors and businessmen for the past 18 years – the most common traits they share are their fear of losing capital, their need to be humble, and becoming a student of the markets in order not to suffer a catastrophic loss.
There’s a severe problem with today’s monetary system, and it originates with the flawed view that government-issued debt currency can act as a stable means of exchange and value.
Dollars, euros, yens, and pounds are, in essence, without worth, except for the perceived value attached to them by uneducated masses. Nonetheless, at some point they all return to ZERO. All investors and savers need a plan that accounts for the option of a complete system reset: a master plan.
Feb 6, 2018