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Double Your Money in America's Finest Companies: The Unbeatable Power of Rising Dividends

ISBN: 978-0-470-46734-3
238 pages
December 2008
Double Your Money in America
A detailed guide to investing in America's Finest Companies

Bill Staton has helped thousands of investors increase their wealth with a commonsense approach to investing. It's simple, and it works: Invest in well-run, profitable companies with long histories of rising annual earnings and dividends. Now, in Double Your Money in America's Finest Companies, Staton shows readers how to achieve this goal. He reveals how to screen public companies, scrutinize their earnings history, and invest in those that consistently pay higher yearly cash dividends. Staton's longstanding method of investing allows readers to take charge of their financial future by following an approach that has proven itself time and again.

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Foreword by Jeffrey A. Hirsch.

Preface.

Chapter 1: Invest Only in America's Finest Companies® .

Chapter 2: It Pays to Be Bullish.

Chapter 3: Valuable Investing Lessons from Benjamin Graham.

Chapter 4: Hit the Easy Button for Above-Average Profits.

Chapter 5: Where Are the Customers' Yachts?

Chapter 6: Uncle Sam Is Your Greatest Retirement Planning Asset.

Chapter 7: Be Your Own Money Manager: Right!

Chapter 8: The Unbeatable Power of Dependable and Rising Annual Dividends.

Chapter 9: How to Dodge Uncle Sam Outside Your Life-after-Work Plan.

Chapter 10: Don't Delay! Get Started Now—It's Easy.

Chapter 11: Turning Your Children and Grandchildren into Millionaires.

Chapter 12: Using America's Finest Companies for Maximum Profits.

Appendix: America's Finest Companies® Directory 2009.

Index.

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Bill Staton, MBA, CFA, began his investment career as a securities analyst with Interstate Securities (now part of Wachovia Securities) in 1971. He founded The Staton Institute® Inc. (www.statoninstitute.com) in 1986, helping thousands of people increase their wealth with a commonsense value approach to investing. A frequent speaker on investing and economic issues, Staton has been profiled or quoted in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, U.S. News and World Report, Barron's, BusinessWeek, and Money magazine. He is the author of five books on investing and has an MBA in finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Jeffrey A. Hirsch is Editor in Chief of the Stock Trader's Almanac and Almanac Investor newsletter. He started with the Hirsch Organization in 1990 as a market analyst and historian under the mentorship of his father, Yale Hirsch. He regularly appears on major news networks such as CNBC, CNN, Fox, and Bloomberg and is widely quoted in many major newspapers and financial publications. Hirsch also writes numerous financial columns.

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