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Neil George is an investor, an investment advisor, educator, philanthropist and editor of the online advisory paymestrategy.com. He is also editor of By George, a long-standing financial and news advisory. He is the former editor of Personal Finance for many years as well as editor of Inner Circle, The Yield Letter and The Partnership - published by KCI Communications of Falls Church, Virginia and VNR Publishing of Bonn, Germany.
In addition, Mr. George has worked in six continents with a select group of financial institutions founding and/or building successful enterprises in investment banking, bond trading, brokerage and asset management; starting with Merrill Lynch International Bank in Europe, the Middle
East, Asia, and Latin America. Mr. George also co-founded and built the International Markets Division of Mark Twain Bank now part of US Bank, He has served as chief economist to institutions including Mark Twain Bank, Mercantile Bank, and British and Chinese-based Guinness Flight as well as establishing a collection of independent public and private brokerage and fund management companies in Los Angeles and New York.
Bonds, Dividend stock ideas & income, Mutual funds, REITs, Retirement savings, Stocks - long, Stocks - short
The Pay Me Strategy
Neil George is editor of the website The Pay Me Strategy, which is devoted to finding high-dividend stocks, bonds and other securities that possess a high degree of safety. You can try The Pay Me Strategy free for 30 days by going to www.paymestrategy.com/pay-me-strategy-free-trial. Neil is a fierce
advocate for first selecting higher-yielding securities, then narrowing his recommendations to only those companies which can pass his stringent, proprietary financial stress tests. George is also editor of the weekly ezine By George: Profits Hidden in the News. For a free subscription to By George, go to http://www.paymestrategy.com.
The Pay Me Strategy
Everyone wants it… Few know how to get it: an investment portfolio that grows consistently year after year — one that also safely generates enough income to live on comfortably throughout retirement. Whatever you do, DON’T look to Wall Street for an answer. The Street is overflowing with pitchmen and CEOs
interested in feathering their nests while stripping away yours. This is no exaggeration: The average investor lost more than 20% during the last decade — while the average investment banker made a fortune. I created The Pay Me Strategy as an alternative to Wall Street’s snake oil. My readers have seen their wealth more than double — a gain of 120% — since I started in July 2003, compared to meager average gains of 3% a year for the S&P 500. Here are The Pay Me Strategy’s 3 main steps to building the kind of portfolio you need and deserve. Take each step in order, one at a time, and you’ll be amazed at the results! *First, Get Paid* Those who have been reading and following me over the years know that I’m all about stocks that pay you to own them. This means making sure that you have what I call Cash Cows – a solid base of stress-tested, big dividend paying stocks and other stock-like investments including minibonds, preferreds and closed-end funds. You’ll find most of my Cash Cows in the dark and dusty corners of the markets, away from the spotlight. In fact, it’s likely that you’ve never heard of even a single one of these under-appreciated securities. But they deliver higher dividends and bigger gains — with greater safety — than the big stocks pushed so relentlessly on Wall Street. *Beat Inflation* Next, after you build your base of Cash Cows, you need to move up and begin to select companies that might not be big dividend payers – but have proven themselves to build legitimate value in key expanding industries. These are what I call my Long Haulers – companies that are leaders in strategic industries. The long term growth in value of these Long Haulers works with your heavy cash-paying stocks to offset inflation risks and build your retirement funds. *Set the Future’s Table* And then there’s one more step: After making sure that you own my Cash Cows and Long Haulers – for those with some additional cash to put to work – there are the Nibblers. These are stocks of companies that can come from just about any industry. They can be large or small and can pay huge dividends or small. But what sets them apart is that they’re companies that have something good going for them – either by being in the right business at the right time, or by generating lots of cash and dividends – but have not yet proven themselves completely to become a Cash Cow or a Long Hauler. Nibblers are my farm team of stocks. And like any good farm team, those that make it can make it big – and yet several won’t. So don’t invest in these until you’ve built up a successful portfolio of stocks that pay you from among my Cash Cows and Long Haulers. Then, with the smallest part of your portfolio – nibble a bit on these stocks that could prove out to be big winners in the months and years to come. To try out The Pay Me Strategy’s successful portfolio-building steps for yourself — and get all of the specific investments I’m recommending right now – go to www.paymestrategy.com and click on the subscribe button. I guarantee you’ll be thrilled with the results. Give The Pay Me Strategy a test drive and see what it can do for you!
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