Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 The controller of my company is named Pam. She has a great smile, and everyone in my company loves to see her smiling face every other Friday. That’s when Pam hands us our paychecks.
#2 The two ways to get paid to invest are through capital gains and dividends. While dividends are usually dependable, they can also grow if the stock is. The dependability of dividends is a major reason why investors should consider dividends when buying stock.
#3 The stock market is a market of small companies. The typical stock is not IBM or Microsoft, but rather one that you probably never heard of and which is in its primary growth mode.
#4 The payout ratio reflects the percentage of a company’s earnings that are paid out in the form of dividends. The higher the payout ratio, the more danger the company is in of reducing or eliminating the dividend if problems develop.