Dividends4Life: The Real Fiscal Cliff For Dividends

The Real Fiscal Cliff For Dividends

Posted by D4L | Friday, September 28, 2012 | | 0 comments »

Will the so-called fiscal cliff spell disaster for the stock market? More specifically, what will it mean for dividend investors? As a refresher, the " fiscal cliff " is the potential expiration of Bush-era payroll, capital gains and dividend tax cuts at the end of this year. However, the fiscal cliff should not concern dividend investors too much.

High levels of corporate cash, historically low bond yields and the ongoing demand for income from baby boomers are trends that should sustain the dividend investment strategy for years. Take advantage of what will be a wonderful investment strategy for years to come. More importantly, make sure you don't pick the best. Pick the second best. Our own Ian Wyatt has been doing this for years in his High-Yield Wealth service with great success.

Source: NASDAQ

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