Dear Fellow Investor,
Five years from now… ten years from now—YOU are going to reflect back on this day and realize…
This was the day the greatest opportunity to grow your wealth just fell into your lap.
Because today you can put YOUR name on a list of a handful of investors who will collect 365 paychecks in the next 12 months alone.
And all thanks to a strategy so brilliant in its simplicity that you will be amazed when you see it in action (I’ll demonstrate its power in just a moment).
Now I wish I could take credit for this breakthrough investment strategy...
It’s operated by someone else who I’ll introduce you to in a moment…
I can take credit, I believe, for being the first publisher to recognize such a fantastically simple, yet white-hot discovery.
But let me be clear. If you don’t think you can follow a couple easy steps and clear instructions via email each month—don’t have the means, or you just don’t want to spend 17 minutes a month on something new—you won’t get anything out of this.
Because that’s all it takes for you to make this work.
You may laugh… but I know plenty of people who just want to dump a bunch of money into a few positions and sit back waiting for a miracle that never comes.
This is NOT for people like that.
But enough with the preamble… let’s get down to brass tacks…
My name is Lou Betancourt. I run one of the most successful investment research firms in the country—StreetAuthority.
Let me share what a couple investors had to say about this low-profile and wholly unique investment strategy.
They’re talking about getting paid here. And soon I’ll give you their secret—so you can get paid too:
He went on…
“I’ve received 40 checks this month ALONE!”
I assure you it’s not. Larry has the deposit slips to prove it…
Just ask Jim from Idaho, who’s already pocketed $13,784 off his $80,000 portfolio...
Or Annie from Nevada, who pulls in $2,194 a month...
In a minute, I’ll introduce you to several more safety-first investors who are pocketing these “paychecks” every day.
The system I’m letting you in on has PROVEN to be less volatile than the stock market.
I know because our portfolio’s beta score—its risk factor—is a measly 0.69.
By contrast, the beta score of the S&P 500, which measures the risk of investing in the bluest blue chips of the mighty American economy is parked at 1.0.
Isn’t that remarkable? Even though our portfolio is showering us with checks, it’s still 31% safer than the S&P 500.
In fact, this strategy is so reliable it's…
That means you can sleep tight… even when the market's behaving like a roller coaster.
Yet even with this level of safety, our system has provided us and thousands of others with an ever-increasing flow of income, and holdings with double-and sometimes triple-digit returns.
I call it the Daily Paycheck Retirement Strategy.
The name might be a mouthful. But the people who use it have no trouble remembering it. They're reminded daily—which is, on average, how often they receive a dividend "paycheck" from the stock market.
Over the past six years, the Daily Paycheck portfolio has generated more than 2,497 "paychecks" worth more than $113,922—and those numbers climb by the day.
In the past year the portfolio averaged $1,543 dollars a month. That means readers are already collecting more monthly income than the average government retirement check.
You don't have to take my word for it. The thousands of folks I've already shown this to are enjoying similar results.
Annie from Nevada said that she covers most of her monthly expenses with the $2,194 a month that she earns from this method.
Gordon from California told me he averages $1,100 a month.
And Curtis of Washington State wrote that he collects about $4,200 per month. After padding his investment account, he said he spends the rest on home improvements, precious metals, and helping out his children.
These people aren't members of the richest 1%. They're regular folks. But they've figured out that anyone can use the Daily Paycheck strategy to earn a growing income stream to help pay their monthly bills, fund retirement, or simply increase their wealth.
I love hearing their stories. After all, providing a better retirement option was the primary reason we created The Daily Paycheck in the first place.
I still remember the conversation that got it all started…
It was late fall of 2009, in the aftermath of the financial crisis. StreetAuthority co-founder Paul Tracy came to me with an idea that sounded almost crazy.
After seeing so many people lose their retirement nest eggs, he wanted to create a revolutionary retirement plan. He wanted to develop a system that would allow individual investors to grow their retirement accounts with less risk—while developing a portfolio that could generate more income, more often.
He also wanted it to be something virtually anyone could replicate, no matter how big or small their portfolio. So Paul challenged us to go out and create the ultimate retirement portfolio.
This was a groundbreaking idea. Nobody else was doing anything like this. And frankly, the whole concept was a bit daunting.
We knew we would be conducting this experiment in full view of our readers. So if this system didn't work out, everyone would know.
So what happened? Since we kicked off this retirement plan at the end of 2009, the results have been nothing short of amazing.
Of course, the numbers change daily, but at last count, our $200,000 model portfolio had turned into more than $340,000. The total dividends the portfolio has earned amount to more than $113,922.
And in the last 12 months, the portfolio has earned more than $18,500 in dividends, amounting to about $1,543 a month.
The system is currently run by Genia Turanova, an experienced money manager who has been writing and editing financial articles and newsletters for years.
Genia Turanova, Chief Investment Strategist of The Daily Paycheck is an experienced money manager who has also been writing and editing financial articles and newsletters for many years.
Genia came to StreetAuthority after 15 years at Leeb Capital Management, where she served as a portfolio manager and a member of the company's Investment Committee.
For the most recent five of those years, Genia researched, wrote and managed recommendations as Editor of the award-winning Leeb Income Performance with Genia Turanova. At Leeb'sThe Complete Investor, also an award winner, Genia was responsible for several portfolios, including the Income/Value portfolio the past eight years.
Genia's academic credentials include an MBA in Finance and Investments from the Zicklin School of Business (Baruch College in New York City), where she was accepted into the honors program. Before that, Genia lectured and taught courses in economics and marketing at Kharkiv National University in her native Ukraine. Genia is a CFA Charterholder.
With Genia at the helm, we've continued to help investors like you lock in monthly income of $1,636, $2,500, even $3,333.
And projecting into the future, the numbers will likely get even bigger… because that's how the system is designed to work.
Now, I can't promise that you'll have the same results.
No one can guarantee future investment performance. If they do, promise me you'll run away.
But you can see from our own results—and the results from the thousands of readers who follow this strategy—that with this plan, it's possible to alleviate your retirement worries and dramatically increase the size and frequency of your income.
John from New York said, "I have done quite well. My portfolio has a yield of 8.5% and has increased its total value by 30% in the nearly three years I have been a member."
Jack from California is earning $34,000 a year in dividends from his $300,000 portfolio.
This system is NOT complicated. At its core, the strategy is all about finding strong dividend payers and letting them pay you year after year. That's because when you look at the data, it's obvious that dividend payers are perhaps the single best place to put your money.
According to Standard & Poor's, since 1926 nearly half of the market's total return has come from dividends. That's right—if you ignore dividends, you risk giving up nearly half of the market's returns.
You'd also be ignoring some of the market's best performers. Ned Davis Research found that from 1972 through 2014, dividend-paying stocks in the S&P 500 returned 9.3% annually, MORE THAN TRIPLE the 2.6% annual return for S&P stocks that didn't pay a dividend.
Investing in dividend payers is a proven long-term strategy. But we've taken that thesis one step further.
The critical discovery we've made is that, by using the right combination of dividend stocks, it's possible to create a retirement portfolio that does three things: maximizes income, maximizes growth, and minimizes risk.
And in the process, it can net you an average of one or more dividend payments per day.
This unique retirement plan has turned the investing portfolios of Daily Paycheck readers into virtual ATMs… with 2,497 cash payments worth $113,922.
What makes this dividend strategy so powerful is that it involves three kinds of dividend securities. Let me show you all three kinds of stocks, along with a few names and ticker symbols…
To maximize income, The Daily Paycheck dedicates nearly a third of its portfolio to high-yielders.
I doubt I need to tell you the primary benefit of this elite category. High-yielding securities are defined by their generous income distributions. This makes them particularly attractive for anyone looking for a large income stream in retirement.
But you need to be selective. When it comes to high-yielders, the biggest isn't necessarily the best. Instead, you want to find something in what I call the "high-yield sweet spot," a segment of dividend-paying stocks that consistently performs well over the long haul.
Professor Kenneth French, world renowned for his financial research, painstakingly ranked the performance of all U.S. stocks from 1927 through 2013 according to yield.
He discovered that there's a special group of high-yielders that outperformed all others, returning an average of 14% per year.
This "sweet spot" isn't made up of the absolute highest yielders—those with 18% yields and up. According to Dr. French's findings, some of the best high-yielders are those that pay above-average yields—but not so high that they can't afford to keep paying them.
That's the "sweet spot"… and that's the group we focus on.
So in the high-yield section of The Daily Paycheck portfolio, the yields start at 7% and go up from there. They average an 8.8% yield overall, but also include a couple of double-digit gems.
Let me show you an example from the portfolio that illustrates what we look for in a high-yielder.
The Gabelli Multimedia Trust is a closed-end fund that has traded on the NYSE under the ticker symbol GGT since 1994.
The fund holds an unusual mix of very dependable cash cows and aggressive growth stocks—from rock-solid global telecommunications firms to fast-growing internet companies.
We first bought shares in August 2010, and we've already collected over $5,400 in dividend paychecks, with a total return of more than 76%.
The fund has an attractive yield of roughly 11%. So if you invested $10,000 in it tomorrow, you could immediately start collecting about $1,100 annually.
And it’s not the only one.
In fairness to our paid subscribers, I can't show you the names of all of them. But as you can see in this snapshot of our portfolio, one of our current holdings yields roughly 11% and has returned over 30%. Another yields roughly 9% and has returned nearly 96%.
And another has paid a dividend for 150 straight months.
They're right in the "high-yield sweet spot," and pay an average yield that's more than four times greater than the S&P 500.
They have paid us thousands of dollars over the last few years—and they could do the same for you.
But beyond these high-yielders, I have another group of stocks specifically designed to maximize growth.
I like to call this second group of stocks "Lifetime Income Growers."
These are the few companies that I think you could buy today and potentially hold for the rest of your life. And while you hold them, they can shower you with bigger and bigger dividends year in and year out.
These stocks have one very distinct characteristic. "Lifetime Income Growers" are generally dominant companies with growing cash flows that you can depend on to pay—and increase—their dividends year after year.
In other words, instead of paying 10% yields, these companies start out with smaller yields, but they grow their dividends at a fast clip—sometimes doubling them in just a few years.
So a good yield can often become an incredible yield over time.
Take a look at Magellan Midstream Partners, which trades under the ticker symbol MMP.
When we bought Magellan Midstream for our Daily Paycheck portfolio in February 2010, it had a solid yield of 6.7%.
Not bad. But that's not the big story here.
You see, Magellan has increased its quarterly dividend 28 times since then, up more than 136% in roughly seven years. So anyone who bought the company back when we recommended it is now collecting a 16.3% yield on their original investment.
And since MMP is a Lifetime Income Grower, it could continue increasing its dividend for years to come. After all, it's already increased its dividend 59 times since it first started trading back in 2001.
If MMP sustains its current dividend growth rate, next year investors could be getting an 18.9% yield on the purchase they made in 2010.
But a bigger dividend is just one area of growth this stock has provided.
From the time we recommended Magellan until today, we've enjoyed a total return over 350%.
That's been the case with many of our Lifetime Income Growers.
Again, I can't show you the names of all of them. But you can see that others in our portfolio have returned 344%... 427%, and more.
On average, this portion of our Daily Paycheck portfolio has delivered a total return over 95%.
So not only do "Lifetime Income Growers" increase their dividends—they tend to increase their share price at a fast clip.
That's why they're perfect if you want a rising stream of income coupled with large gains.
Now, as you might expect, Lifetime Income Growers are pretty rare. We search for them every month during our 50 hours of research, and they're not easy to find.
We search through thousands of companies to generate a list of stocks with solid dividend growth track records. Then we dig into annual reports and SEC filings. We look at everything from historical dividend payout ratios to a company's competition and pricing power.
After we're done with our investigation, there are only a handful of stocks left that make the cut. Only a few dozen have made it into the portfolio since 2009.
But if you buy their shares today, our experience shows that within five to six years, your income could double.
That's why Lifetime Income Growers make up another third of our Daily Paycheck retirement portfolio. They help us—and those following alongside us—collect bigger and bigger dividend checks and enjoy larger total returns.
So I've shown you how The Daily Paycheck Retirement Plan has maximized income and gains. But what about minimizing risk? That's where our last group of securities comes into play.
These are under-the-radar companies and funds that deliver consistent dividends no matter what happens in the market.
Unrest in the Middle East… ongoing interest rate uncertainty… a global recession…
Whatever happens, these stocks have proven they can weather just about any storm that comes their way.
Reaves Utility Income Fund, which trades under the ticker symbol UTG, is a perfect example.
This fund's portfolio is made up of some of the most stable utility and telecom stocks in the world—global companies with dependable cash flows and near-monopoly power.
Since launching in 2004, Reaves has paid more than 150 straight monthly dividends, and sports nearly a 6% yield at recent prices.
Think of all that's happened since 2004…
Gas prices soared...and plummeted...
Rates on CDs and savings accounts have essentially been stuck at zero... Ongoing terrorist attacks are striking fear in the hearts of those around the world…
Political tensions in Europe and the Middle East have caused more turmoil…
Yet throughout this whole time, Reaves has paid a steady dividend.
Securities like Reaves help minimize the overall risk of the Daily Paycheck portfolio and helped our readers collect steady paychecks as easily as withdrawing money from an ATM.
As I mentioned, together our holdings have been an average of 31% less volatile than the market.
But don't think that Reaves's steady dividend and low risk means you have to sacrifice gains, either.
Since we purchased shares in late 2009, Reaves has returned around 146%—more than doubling our money.
Together, our three portfolios work in concert to deliver income. But I've come to think of the Steady Income Generators portfolio as our strategy's workhorse. I sleep better knowing that whatever rough patches and bear markets lie ahead, this third of our portfolio will likely keep churning out paychecks, day in and day out.
But let me tell you...
So now you know the three different groups of stocks that make up our Daily Paycheck Retirement Portfolio.
“High-Yielders,” "Lifetime Income Growers," and "Steady Income Generators."
They are the key to maximizing your income and gains, minimizing your risk, and getting paid daily.
I think of them as three interlocking gears of our retirement system's engine.
But we've found a way to turbocharge that engine. By adding one simple feature to our system, we have been able to multiply the portfolio's capacity to generate income.
How? By reinvesting our dividends.
Dividend reinvestment is a powerful strategy that too few investors take advantage of, largely because it rarely gets talked about by the financial community.
Wall Street doesn't want you to know about it.
As bestselling financial author Joshua Kennon explains…
When you use dividend reinvestment you pay little or no commission. This leaves more cash in your pocket. Wall Street doesn't advertise these programs because if you use them, it loses the fee income.
Dividend reinvestment pays you more over the long haul because it puts your dividends to work.
When you use your dividends to purchase more shares, those additional shares pay you higher dividends, which in turn buy you more shares.
In a nutshell, dividend reinvestment compounds your growth and can increase your income potential, exponentially.
For example, a former Illinois secretary named Grace Groner invested less than $200 in the company she worked for—Abbott Labs—back in 1935.
By the time she died in 2010, those shares had compounded into $7 million.
Of course, it took Ms. Groner a lifetime to earn those millions. But even if your time frame is just a few years, you can still amass many times more than you would without reinvesting.
That's what's happened to us with our shares of Reaves, the utility fund I mentioned a few minutes ago.
We first bought Reaves in December 2009. Back then, we could expect these shares to generate income of $367 per year.
But since then, Reaves has continued to pay—and increase—its dividend, and We've reinvested every cent into more shares.
So while originally we were earning $367 a year in dividends, today we're earning roughly $716. That's a 92% increase in income in just a few short years.
You may not get a 92% raise from your boss, but with investments like Reaves, as well as some of the other stocks in our portfolio, increases like this are common.
Of course, you don't have to reinvest your dividends.
We reinvest all of ours to compound our growth and increase the portfolio's income potential. But many of the folks that use our Daily Paycheck retirement plan are happy to pocket their dividends and use them for travel, monthly bills, nights out, et cetera.
Wende from Colorado told me she collects about $40,000 a year in dividends. She bought a new car and paid for it outright.
And Andy and Rose from Texas are able to be "full-time RV'ers" thanks to their paychecks. How you use the money is completely up to you.
The important thing to remember is that if you properly combine the three types of dividend stocks I've just mentioned, you can get more than 365 dividend paychecks per year.
In the past year, we've earned 435 dividends—1.2 per day—for an average of $1,543 a month.
Depending on how much you invest, your dividend checks will be bigger or smaller. Investors using our strategy tell me they're receiving anywhere from a few dollars to thousands of dollars per check.
It's hard to describe how exciting it is to watch the paychecks flow into your brokerage account on a daily basis. But I think one man using this strategy—Dave from California—put it well.
He wrote to me and said, "To get a dividend paycheck almost daily was a trip. It was like someone walking up to you on the street and giving you $20 just for standing there."
This constant daily flow of checks ensures a substantial income month-in, month-out, no matter what's going on in the market.
That's why, despite all the global investment challenges that have terrified investors since we started this retirement plan, we haven't had to watch the market every minute of the day.
And we haven't had to trade in and out of stocks on a daily basis… or lose sleep wondering what the stock market or economy is going to do next.
We've simply let our portfolio pay us day after day, earning over $113,922 in dividends. It’s like withdrawing cash from an ATM that automatically refills, every single day!
If you are ready to give it a try, we'd be more than happy to lend you a helping hand—as we've been doing for thousands of others. We’ll even tell you exactly which stocks we think you should start your Daily Paycheck portfolio with.
We have a report with the names and tickers of the top picks from each of our three model portfolios, along with a full analysis of each. The “High-Yielders,” "Lifetime Income Growers," "Steady Income Generators"… all the top stocks we're using to average $1,543 per month.
It's a step-by-step guide that will walk you through exactly how we're doing this—our every move.
We call it The Daily Paycheck Retirement Playbook. And I'd like to give you a complimentary copy to help you begin collecting steady income immediately.
It gives a full recap on how our strategy works, and it will show you…
The names and tickers of the top stocks to start your Daily Paycheck portfolio
How to use the strategy with large and small amounts of money
The simple way to reinvest your money to help it grow on its own
And much more…
The best part is, this report is only the beginning of the help we can give you…
We have a monthly research advisory here at StreetAuthority called The Daily Paycheck run by expert analyst, Genia Turanova. As the name implies, the entire focus is helping people use our system.
Twice a month, Genia sends out her latest research and provides updates on her Daily Paycheck picks. Each issue answers questions like…
Which dividend stocks are poised to outperform over the next six months?
Which popular high-yielders should you avoid?
Which sectors are raising dividends the fastest?
Genia also likes to feature unique ways you could use our strategy to generate even more money.
For example, one issue showed readers how to make 10% more income in just one year with our strategy.
Another showed how you could use our strategy to retire four years early without sacrificing long-term income.
Each issue also shows you all our current holdings, along with a ranking of each.
Think of this research service as an "all access pass" to everything you need to know about the Daily Paycheck retirement strategy.
If you sign up today, I'll rush you a free copy of your special report—The Daily Paycheck Retirement Playbook.
I've never come across another research service quite like The Daily Paycheck.
Sure, many will help you collect a few dividends a month, but nobody else takes it to this level.
Maybe that's why so many subscribers have written to tell me that it's been just what they were looking for.
Ruyi L. of Lakewood, California wrote to tell me, "I've introduced [The Daily Paycheck] to at least 10 friends who just recently retired."
And Jack S. of Portland, who's been investing for 40 years and has tried "literally hundreds" of advisories, wrote: "I definitely know the last investment newsletter I would part with and it's The Daily Paycheck."
Wayne from Wisconsin says: “My retirement is very comfortable, thanks to The Daily Paycheck.”
And Bill from Colorado tells me: “It makes me money—reliably. Probably the best advisory newsletter I buy.”
I'm not surprised people are so happy with The Daily Paycheck. Who wouldn't like the opportunity to collect thousands of dollars a month, even if the market's in a slump?
I especially love hearing how our Daily Paycheck service is improving peoples' lives.
People like Gail S. from Granbury, TX. She says "This year we took 4 long cruises, spent two months in Mexico and two weeks in Italy. Thanks!"
And Lothar L. says simply, "It has made retirement very enjoyable."
As I said, the minute you sign up I'll send you The Daily Paycheck Retirement Playbook.
You'll also receive the names and tickers of every stock in our three portfolios, along with a ranking of each.
Of course, you don't have to agree to stay with us for the long term (although I hope you will). This is a simple 90-day trial membership.
That should give you plenty of time to read through our research and see if it's what you're looking for.
How much does this service cost?
As it turns out, an entire year's subscription is just $199.
And if you're like many subscribers, it's possible the service could pay for itself almost immediately.
I asked our readers a few months ago if their gains and dividends had covered the cost of the subscription. They wrote back, and I quote…
"Many times over!"
"Definitely, within the first month."
"No question about it. This was the best subscription I've ever purchased"
"I wish I'd found [The Daily Paycheck] twenty years ago."
You get the idea.
So judging by these responses, I think $199 is an incredible bargain.
Even still, just to make sure price doesn't hold you back from your chance to start collecting YOUR Daily Paychecks, I've slashed the price for a few days.
If you sign up today, the price will only be $99 for an entire year. That's a 50% discount off the regular price.
I'll tell you about several additional reports you'll also get when you sign up, but first I need to tell you about one more group of stocks…
Our "Daily Paycheck" strategy is all about building a stream of income that pays you constantly... ideally enough dividends so that you get paid every single day of the year.
That means you need to load up on monthly dividend payers.
They make up about one-third of our portfolio, and they're perfect for folks who need cash each month for things like mortgage payments and utility bills.
With this in mind, we've pored over all our holdings and pinned down four of our favorite monthly dividend payers. If you're looking for regular dividends 12 times a year, then these stocks are a great place to start.
Monthly Dividend Payer #1 invests in the most stable utility stocks on the earth and pays investors a fat dividend yield. It owns steady pipeline operators, electric companies in Great Britain, and railroads in the Western United States.
It's returned 12.4% per year for the past 10 years... and has boosted its monthly dividend 56% along the way. In total, the fund has paid more than 145 consecutive dividends and currently yields 6%.
Monthly Dividend Payer #2 is one a unique business. Normally only the top 6% of investors get to invest in high-growth start-ups like Google before they go public. I'm talking about folks like Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon. He made around $2 billion from a $250,000 investment in Google before it went public.
However, this company gives everyday investors a rare chance to participate in fast-growing private companies alongside big shots like Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates and others. And all you need is a few hundred dollars.
As for dividends, the company has never missed a payment and yields nearly 7% today.
We'll bring you the full details on these monthly payers and two more—including names, ticker symbols, and analysis—in our newest report—StreetAuthority's Favorite Monthly Dividend Payers.
I've included this report at no extra charge with your subscription to our Daily Paycheck advisory.
Is The Daily Paycheck right for you?
That's up for you to decide. Investing always involves risk, and that includes The Daily Paycheck strategy.
Just remember, though, that this strategy has actually been less volatile than the S&P.
By combining "High-Yielders," "Lifetime Income Growers," and "Steady Income Generators," you could have a portfolio that maximizes income, maximizes growth, and minimizes risk.
Furthermore, Harry M., from Richboro, PA says that "Anyone can follow what [I] do and be a winner."
I know many folks who've set up special Daily Paycheck portfolios for their children and grandchildren…
Carson H. of Manhattan says, "The income is helping me to plan and leave behind a trust fund for my family and to take care of my grandchildren."
A Texas couple told me that in addition to travel, "we also send money to several family members and college tuition to a dear friend. We will be able to leave our children money for their retirement."
The point is that there are lots of ways you can put The Daily Paycheck to work for you starting immediately.
And right now, you can sign up for a 50% discount off the regular price.
But there's no guarantee that this special price will last long. So if you're the least bit interested in the chance to collect 365 checks a year—even in down markets—I urge you to act now.
Here's a quick recap of everything you'll receive in the next few minutes.
Report #1: The Daily Paycheck Playbook — You'll get the top stock from each of our portfolios helping readers collect an average of $1,543 per month, and a breakdown of each pick. If we were to start our portfolio from scratch, these are the stocks we would start with. They yield as much as 9% or more and are less volatile than the market.
Report #2: StreetAuthority's Favorite Monthly Dividend Payers;— These stocks pay dividends that hit your account 12 times a year... instead of just 4 times like most traditional quarterly dividend payers. Our picks in this report include a unique company that has returned over 300% since its 2007 IPO and boasts a yield of 7%.
Report #3: How to Start a Daily Paycheck Portfolio with $20,000 — If you don't have $200,000 to dedicate to this strategy, don't worry. This report will show you how to manage a Daily Paycheck portfolio with $20,000—or even less.
In the report, we detail a unique combination of low-risk investments that can provide a steady stream of regular income, even if you only have a few thousand dollars.
And if you sign up for two years (with the same 90-day money-back guarantee), then you'll get two more reports…
Report #4: Dividend Blacklist: High Yields You Should Avoid — We've identified several dangerous dividend payers that should be avoided like the plague.
For example, there's a class of securities that has recently been sporting tantalizing yields of 10.1%... 11.6%... and even 18.8%.
These high yields were misleading, however, and many of the companies in this group have already been forced to cut their dividends. But I'm happy to say we've helped our subscribers avoid this negative development because I saw the danger signs. In the Dividend Blacklist report, we'll share those warning signs with you.
Report #5: Three Funds Yielding up to 10% — If your idea of investing heaven is a sky-high yield, then you'll love this report. You'll get three of our favorite high-yielders, along with detailed write-ups on each.
Keep in mind: you'll have the next 90 days to try The Daily Paycheck. If it's not for you, just let our customer service team know within the next 90 days and you'll get every penny back.
However, if you're anything like the thousands of people using The Daily Paycheck to enjoy happier lives in and around retirement, I think you'll love it.
One Daily Paycheck subscriber, Lloyd F. from St. Louis, wrote to us recently to express how grateful he is for this service.
"I am a 69-year-old dentist with a short time to work. For years I had been trying to figure out how I was going to turn a large portfolio of stocks into cash to live on. And then I found The Daily Paycheck!!! What a revelation. I now have the answer. "
Lloyd told me that he now collects about $2,500 a month in income.
If you're looking to collect anywhere from hundreds to thousands of dollars every month, just fill out the short form at the bottom of the page.
Once you've entered in a few pieces of information, you'll have all the research I've told you about today sent right to your inbox.
The bottom line: The Daily Paycheck system has proven to be a valuable investment strategy, whether you've already retired or just hope to someday.
It truly is the easiest way to turn your stock portfolio into an ATM and generate a steady, automatic stream of cash that lets you live a worry-free life.
So stop stressing and start collecting. In a matter of weeks, you could start to receive what could turn out to be tens, hundreds, even thousands of dollars a month for the rest of your life.
Publisher and Co-Founder, StreetAuthority
P.S. The only way you can access all the research I've told you about today is to begin a 90-day no-risk trial subscription to The Daily Paycheck. You'll get immediate access to The Daily Paycheck Playbook and the other FREE research reports I've mentioned.
P.P.S. Thanks to this research, folks across the country are collecting money nearly every day.
Join the growing number of people collecting regular checks by signing up for The Daily Paycheck for a 50% discount. Remember, with our 90-day 100% money-back guarantee, you can try it risk-free!
Congratulations on your decision to give The Daily Paycheck a try—and see for yourself how easy it is to collect 365 cash payments every year.
This simple, low-risk dividend retirement plan has already generated a steady stream of daily cash payments totaling more than $113,922.
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Your FREE special reports contain money-making information like:
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