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Cash in on Apple's Smash-Hit iPhone 6 – Without Buying a Single Share

Shares of Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) cracked the $100-a-share threshold this week and set a new all-time record of $101.09 as investors have suddenly realized the iDevice king is gearing up for a monster grand finale to 2014.

You’re not surprised, of course. Apple shares have gained nearly 70% since Capital Wave Forecast Editor Shah Gilani recommended the stock to you on July 10, 2013. And they’ve zoomed nearly 26% since Shah re-recommended the shares at the very end of last year… Full Story

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    Two Ways To Add Income to Your Portfolio as a Currency Investor

    For the past 30 years, my grandfather has been living the retirement dream, thanks to a few strategic stock plays.

    Here's the interesting part: My grandfather never knew a thing about stocks. He didn't know how to value them, or when to buy and sell.

    But he did know the power of income.

    You see, as a child of the Great Depression he saw stocks differently than we do today.
    His generation didn't buy stocks for the possible capital appreciation.

    Instead, they bought stocks based on the dividend yield - and the consistency of that dividend.

    They had lived through uncertain times, so they only trusted investments that offered fairly certain income.

    That's why now, as we find ourselves back in uncertain markets, you want to make sure your portfolio includes interest-bearing and dividend-yielding assets.

    Passive dividend income arrives no matter what's happening in Greece, or how long U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke decides to hold rates at record lows. It comes as long as the company remains strong.

    Which means my grandfather's strategy is worth copying.

    How to Live Comfortably During Uncomfortable Times

    My grandfather started with certificate of deposits (CDs) in the late 1970s and early 1980s. These were the high-interest days, so these CDs paid 16% to18% interest. He got that nice, passive "certain" income for as long as that party lasted.

    Then once interest rates dropped and all his CDs matured, he looked for the next round of certain income. He had just retired from the telecom industry and believed AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) was a good long-term play.

    Best of all, AT&T paid a 6% dividend yield. So he wisely invested his CD income into AT&T stock and then sat back and waited.

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