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Build This $95,000, 20% Undervalued Income Machine With 5% Yield


  • In this article, I'm going to address one of the more common questions or comments I get messaged into my inbox.
  • People seemingly have capital but are at a loss as to how to invest their money in the current climate.
  • I will show you a portfolio that despite overvaluation, will generate at least 5% yield with realistic DGR, and a 20% valuation upside from today's valuation.
  • Let's go, and enjoy my picks!

Förvaltning av investeringar. Diversifiering av portföljen.
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One of the more common questions I get these days, which is understandable, given the current rate of overvaluation in the market not seen since the dot-com bubble...

(Source: S&P Global)

...is what the

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Mid-thirties DGI investor/senior analyst in private portfolio management/wealth management for a select number of clients. Invests in USA, Canada, Germany, Scandinavia, France, UK, BeNeLux. My aim is to only buy undervalued/fairly valued stocks and to be an authority on value investments as well as related topics.

I am a contributor for iREIT on Alpha as well as Dividend Kings here on Seeking Alpha and work as a Senior Research Analyst for Wide Moat Research LLC.

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