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Special Offer - Motely Fool Dividend Investor - 2018

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I want to congratulate you on your excellent decision to get started investing the Foolish way.

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While you’ve no doubt heard that “Past performance is no guarantee of future results”, that doesn’t mean that there isn’t the rare pattern of success that occasionally surfaces in investing.

Just think about legendary investors like:

  • Peter Lynch – Who managed to grow the value of the Fidelity Magellan Fund from just $20 million when he took it over in 1977 to a whopping $14 BILLION by 1990. That’s a return of 70,000% across just 23 years. And many attribute his jaw-dropping success to always sticking to his simple belief that you should “never invest in an idea you can’t illustrate with a crayon.”
  • Bill Miller – The portfolio manager for the Legg Mason Value Trust. Under his leadership, the fund had one of the longest “winning streaks” in mutual fund history – beating the U.S.’s S&P 500 Index for 15 consecutive years between 1991 and 2005. In fact, the value of the fund grew from $750 million in 1990 to $20 BILLION by 2006. His secret? Realising that any stock – even an “expensive looking” one – could be a value stock if it was trading at a discount to its intrinsic value.
  • John Paulson – The once obscure hedge fund manager, who made $15 billion for his fund in 2007 alone by spotting a pattern of mortgage defaults and subsequently shorting the housing market just before its collapse. In 2008, his strategy made him another $5 billion… and as much as $1 billion in a single day! Which led a Wall Street Journal reporter to write an entire book about Paulson’s bet, dubbed “The Greatest Trade Ever.”
  • Warren Buffett – The legendary “Oracle of Omaha,” who turned humble textile manufacturing firm Berkshire Hathaway into a $400B holding company over the past half century. In 2008, with (at the time) $62B in total net worth , he was recognised as the wealthiest person on the face of the earth. And is largely regarded today as the single greatest investor in history.

Of course, most investors who’ve found their way to this level of unparalleled success in the markets are well known for keeping their particular “tricks of the trade” stowed away safely under lock and key.

And the sad truth is this…

Unless you’re wealthy enough to have a world-class expert manage your money for you, you’ll probably never be able to personally benefit from their kind of rare investing knowledge and insight.

For decades now, the expert knowledge and timely guidance been the exclusive playground of the affluent. The rich get richer, as they like to say…

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Your “secret” share tip comes 12 times a year... arriving promptly in your inbox as a highly valued Dividend Investor member!

Listen, expert advice usually costs a GREAT DEAL of money.

Even the most generous of financial advisors or managers usually charge a bare minimum 1% assets-under-management fee, in addition to often layering in some rather obscure – or even downright hidden – trading fees on top of that…

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If the All Ords goes up 8% in one year, and the hedge fund only makes a measly 4% return on that $500,000 they’re managing for you, they’ll still be charging you $14,000 on the year for the privilege of getting doubled up by the market.

Now, to be fair, unlike those guys we aren’t actually managing your money on your behalf. Nor are we allowed to give you personalised investment advice.

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It’s a fourth of what you’d pay for an annual subscription to the Financial Review…

It works out to less than $9 per month, meaning you’re only paying about the price of two coffees for every official Dividend Investor stock pick from Andrew Page

And when you really drill right down to it, it means the cost of Dividend Investor comes out to only about 27 cents per day!

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As you know, this isn’t something you’re ever likely to come across in the financial services industry…

Which may raise an interesting question in your mind: “Then Tom, why exactly are you and the Dividend Investor team doing it?”

It’s quite simple, really!

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Either you:

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To making your financial dreams a reality,

TR

Tom Richardson
Editor in Chief, Motley Fool Australia


Numbers as of 6 March 2018.

 

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