Our AbsoluteWealth.com readers want to know what their options are, and how to capitalize on the market regardless of the conditions!
Austin, TX (PRWEB) October 04, 2011
AbsoluteWealth.com announced today the launch of their second Special Report in their Dividend Investment Series, designed especially for the income investor.
The second of three reports entitled “Stocks Yielding Dividends” is a valuable guide for the novice investor into the world of dividends. Whereas the first report, “What is a Dividend” explained the nuts and bolts of dividends, “Stocks Yielding Dividends” goes a little deeper into the industry an sector data of those companies issuing dividends.
“Investors look to AbsoluteWealth.com for real solutions to real financial issues,” commented MaryEllen Tribby, founder and publisher of AbsoluteWealth.com, “and especially in these challenging times, it is a privilege to provide the financial answers investors are searching for.”
Each of the three dividend reports are written by AbsoluteWealth.com Managing Editor James R. Gorrie, a veteran of the financial investment industry, where he spent many years working one-on-one with his clients. Mr. Gorrie writes in an effective, informal style that brings the reader along so that even the novice investor can understand complex concepts. He also writes a daily, macro-oriented article, The Gorrie Details, about financial and global issues that affect the markets for AbsoluteWealth.com.
“Our AbsoluteWealth.com readers want to know what their options are, and how to capitalize on the market regardless of the conditions,” Mr. Gorrie said, “and the Absolute Wealth team of investing experts are real traders and in constant demand. There is no fluff; it’s all about helping our readers thrive no matter what the economic climate may be.”
These dividend reports are designed to give the novice investor a level of understanding and comfort in positioning some of their portfolio into dividend yielding stocks to help them with their income needs. The timing of these reports could not be better for these investors, as CD rates and US Treasury bonds yields are a fraction of what they were just a few years ago.
“And with interest rates staying low for the next few years,” Tribby added, “income investors need to find yield today.”
The three-part series began with the Special Report, “What is a Dividend?” followed by this current report “Stocks Yielding Dividends,” will be followed up with the third Special Report, “Dividend Stocks for 2012,” which will actually provide investors with a list of the top 100 dividend yielding stocks. All three of these special reports will be a great help for investors looking for guidance in an income climate with narrowing options.