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What we're calling "triple-compounding dividends" allow you to take advantage of both growth AND income – a feat long thought to be impossible.
And the law of triple-compounding dividends is based on three simple rules…
- Identify stocks with consistent, long-term dividend growth and a higher-than-average yield.
- Prioritize the ones with extreme share-price growth potential based on "must-have" products and services.
- Then, reinvest through thick and thin.
It's incredibly simple.
First… select stocks that have a history of increasing dividends every year without fail… sometimes for decades.
It goes without saying that nothing in investing is ever a given, including the certainty of dividend payments…
But by going with companies with a long history of paying progressively higher dividends, you are upping your opportunity to make money by a tremendous amount, and that's the key.
Anything less means you are missing out on a powerful return booster – and the next best thing to guaranteed income.
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Second… you'll want to prioritize companies with a history of dramatic share-price growth, based on "must-have" products and services that the world simply can't live without and will pay practically any price to buy.
That, too, dramatically boosts your probability of profits.
This is a no-brainer…
We all want the stocks we own to go up.
But when you combine faster-than-average share-price growth with the acceleration of increasing dividends, you're giving yourself another guarantee that you will multiply your wealth much faster.
That's the second key to taking advantage of triple-compounding dividends.
Third… always reinvest.
That's the secret to capitalizing on good AND bad markets for fast profits.
Put it all together, and you have a divine circle of wealth!
When you buy stocks that are going up… you can make a lot of money.
If the company pays increasing dividends year in and year out… you can make even more money.
And finally, by reinvesting your dividends, you can make huge profits, practically no matter what happens next in the markets.
We call it the "more of everything approach" – because that's what you get when you use "The Law of Triple-Compounding Dividends."