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Everyone needs to invest, but where do you invest during bearmarkets?

The massive stock declines over the past year have erodedsavings, but this doesn't mean you should stuff your money under amattress. It needs to be put to work getting some return so that itwill grow.

Smart investors will turn to high dividend paying stocks to geta stable and growing stream of income. Dividend investing-thatprovides an income beyond any gain in the share price-may be theinvestor's best weapon. Dividends are safe, largely reliable, andmaybe at the their cheapest levels in many years. While the bestpaying dividend stocks of recent years, such as financials, took ahuge beating in 2008, opportunities will abound in 2010 andbeyond-if you know where to look.

In The Little Book of Big Dividends, dividend stockexpert Chuck Carlson presents an action plan for dividend-hungryinvestors. You'll learn about the pitfalls, how to find theopportunities, and will learn how to construct a portfolio thatgenerates big, safe dividends easily through the BSD (Big, SafeDividends) formula. If you're a bit adventurous, Carlson has youcovered, and will teach you how to find big, safe dividends inforeign stocks, preferred stocks, ETFs, real estate investmenttrusts, and more.

  • Contains the simple tools, strategies, and recommendations forfinding big, safe dividends
  • Helps you put a complete portfolio together that pays dividendsevery month
  • Show you the top dividend paying stocks with their dividendpayment dates

It doesn't get any easier than this, and in these turbulenttimes, you can't afford to ignore the power of dividends. ReadThe Little Book of Big Dividends and gain a betterperspective of how you can protect yourself for the future.

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