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By Bruce Jackson
Not to alarm you but you missed an important event.
You see, renowned investing company The Motley Fool (some of whose investing newsletters have been reported in The Wall Street Journal as three of the best in the world*) just revealed its next great Australian dividend share ideas.
And I don’t know about you, but I always pay attention when someone who I consider one of the best dividend investors in the world gives me a share tip.
You see, Andrew Page only releases his newest monthly recommendation and Best Buys Now list to members of his service, Motley Fool Dividend Investor.
But please note: as of right now, you could miss out because you may not be on the list to receive the share ideas.
Lucky for you, it’s not too late to join, so I’m going to show you the simple steps to get on the list today.
But first, consider this:
If you’d read this note on January, 14th, 2015… when Andrew recommended Australian Pharmaceuticals Industries, in a little over a year you’d have turned $15,000 into over $30,000 if you sold on February 23, 2016 when Andrew recommended selling.
Look, I’ve committed $100,000 of my family’s own money to following Andrew’s share recommendations inside Dividend Investor.
Truth is, I’m willing to bet Andrew is just getting started with more winning picks like…
- Event Hospitality & Entertainment, which was recommended on October, 30th, 2014. Investors that listened locked in a return of 63% by the time Andrew told them to sell.
- Or – more recently – on July, 14th, 2015, Andrew recommended shares of G8 Education, which are delivering a one-two punch of market-beating capital appreciation and a fully franked dividend yield of over 6%.
Now if you had invested just $5,000 in each of Andrew’s three shares above, you’d be sitting on over $25,000 today.
And loyal followers of Andrew who invested more did even better – a $15,000 investment in each of those ideas would be worth well over $75,000 today.
But there’s no need for me to cherry-pick returns here. It’s as simple as this…
Andrew’s average pick in Motley Fool Dividend Investor (his share recommendation service) is beating the market by 11 percentage points!
That track record is remarkable in a world where many professional managers actually lose to the market.
I’m willing to bet more of my money on Andrew’s upcoming share recommendations.
Now, you can’t go back in time and invest in those shares I mentioned earlier.
But you can join today and be among the first people to hear about Andrew’s newest ideas.
Just don’t delay – Andrew’s latest recommendations were just revealed.
For details on how you can join Dividend Investor and put yourself on the list today, simply click here.
In case you’re strapped for time, I just tested it myself and joining took less than two minutes.
Please don’t delay – click here now to get started.
To your wealth,
Motley Fool Australia
Date updated: 14 March 2016
Dividend Investor has recommended selling Australian Pharmaceuticals and Event Hospitality. Andrew Page owns shares of Australian Pharmaceutical Industries Limited. "Look Who's on Top Now" appeared in The Wall Street Journal which reference Hulbert's rankings of the best performing newsletters over a 5 year period from 2008-2013. The three The Motley Fool U.S. newsletters that received the top three rankings were Inside Value, Rule Breakers, and Stock Advisor.
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