Wealthy Investor Tyrone Jackson Says Collecting Dividends Like Warren Buffet Works

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Tyrone Jackson’s new online workshop teaches investors how to collect dividends for residual quarterly income.

Tyrone Jackson, The Wealthy Investor

Tyrone Jackson, The Wealthy Investor

All wealth is taught. The only question is: what are your investing objectives?

Warren Buffet is considered by many to be the best long-term investor of his generation. Mr. Buffet consistently invests in companies he believes will still be earning big profits fifteen years from now. Most of the companies Mr. Buffet chooses to invest in also pay dividends. “Warren Buffet’s approach to collecting dividends works for small investors as well,” says wealth coach and stock market teacher Tyrone Jackson, founder of the Wealthy Investor program (http://www.thewealthyinvestor.net). “I teach my students how to trade stocks and collect as much dividend income as possible.”

Most investors are familiar with the idea that stocks are assets that build wealth over time as they rise in value. However, what some may not know is that every quarter some publicly traded companies issue a payment to shareholders which is a portion of net profit after all expenses are paid. That payment is called a dividend.

AT&T (T) and Coca Cola (KO) are real world examples of two Dow stocks that pay healthy dividends. AT&T pays its shareholders $.44 cents per share and Coca Cola pays its shareholders $.28 per share in quarterly dividends. If you’re a smaller investor and you own one hundred shares of Coca Cola, your quarterly payment would be $28. As you purchase additional shares of Coca Cola your dividend checks will increase over time.

Using this same approach, Warren Buffet has accumulated millions of shares of Coca Cola. In fact, he’s one of the largest shareholders. As of May 15, 2013 he owns 400,000,000 shares of Coca Cola. That means Mr. Buffett’s quarterly dividend payment is over 17 Million dollars per quarter.

Dividends are yet another way the super-rich accumulate wealth and residual income. Any investor can prosper through owning stocks. It’s just a matter of getting a financial education and setting goals. “All wealth is taught,” says Jackson, “the only question is: what are your investing objectives?”

A new series of affordable “Wealthy Investor” online workshops is being finalized now. Priced substantially lower than typical investment workshops, “The Wealthy Investor” is about reaching the greatest number of people to maximize their good fortune. Visit http://www.TheWealthyInvestor.net to sign up for the a free "Stock Market Success" newsletter and get more details about the online workshop series as they are announced.

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