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 Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner has a list of 6 criteria he uses to find the best growth stocks out there. Get them here: http://bit.ly/17jxl0G
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We compiled 50 of Warren Buffett's most memorable witticisms and explain how to use his words of wisdom to boost your own pocketbook. Get your copy of our free ebook here: http://bit.ly/1zvya04
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Does not work if you are using IE, but a great report for sure. Thanks for aggregating all of this info into something WAY more valuable than 50 quotes.
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Yep, tax time is coming. Avoid raising this red flag.
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OK,

I have 2 questions about what I just heard in this video..............

1) What if I buy the ONE highest yielding dividend fund that I can afford to buy at whatever price it's at and keep re-investing the dividends until it stops paying a dividend at all. Can't I then just sell that fund and use that money to buy something else that still pays a monthly dividend?

For example, can I start buying CFP (Cornerstone Progressive Fund) every month for the next 36 months until they stop giving a dividend 36 months from now, and then sell CFP and use that proceed to buy ARR (Armour Residential REIT). I'm getting the highest yield possible until that fund stops paying the highest yield only to then buy the next newest highest yielding fund. It shouldn't matter when I sell it as long as I'm always buying into the highest yielding fund, correct?



2) Are you saying that I should buy a lower yielding fund that will still be around 15 years from now and just accept the lower yield for now, knowing that someday I'll be getting a very good dividend because I bought only one fund and held onto it for the rest of my life?
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