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So_called_Cesar (1 day ago)
Can this be the next Berkshire Hathaway?
Martin Molina (5 days ago)
This video is pure gold!
Trenton Johnson (7 days ago)
Say what you want about his personality but he is totally right and you better be writing down the information or saving this video.
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Buy fear, sell greed. That's everything you need to know, you know when to buy and when to sell now. Why does not everyone do that? Because most of the people let their emotions take control, and in a fear situation, emotions want you to sell/run away. That's our 1000's year primitive protective instinct, in danger we run. But in business its your worst enemy. And when it feel good we want to stay, we stay to long until the stock crashes and we then sell in fear, giving back returns. But think of the guy who just bought your stocks, he have mastered his emotions.
Moodie B (22 days ago)
Berkshire doesn’t pay a dividend, but has outperformed most dividend paying stocks. So his advice is not accurate. His own O’Leary funds have done horribly. He is a fraud.
But what about Berkshire Hathaway? No dividend as a rule. But averages what 15% capital appreciation. I agree with Kevin but don't chase dividends. Buy because the company is well run and profitable at a good price. The dividend is gravy.
Nathan Cellini (1 month ago)
I honestly don't care how smart he is or what he says, he's an asswhole who looks at people as if they are beneath him and as if you don't matter unless you not only have money but also if you can make him richer. I'm sorry but I can't respect someone like this.
mikeyb (1 month ago)
OGIG has no dividend with an 0.48% expense ratio
Michaelson Sarmiento (1 month ago)
That's what made america great, anti-nepotism. Now it is the opposite, USA is the most nepotistic nation on earth.
90 SECS OR LESS HUH ????
Nick Botha (2 months ago)
S+P500 for the win !
interests10 (2 months ago)
this guy's great..
Harry Majarian (2 months ago)
“I’ll never buy a stock that doesn’t pay a dividend....” buys FB lol
Jeff Calvin (2 months ago)
Did you took off the shoes left foot first then took the black sock then the right shoe took off the yellow sock off?
Jeff Calvin (2 months ago)
We're you wearing kobe Bryant shoes
Jeff Calvin (2 months ago)
Brown are bigger than yellow beads
Jeff Calvin (2 months ago)
We're the beads brown and yellow sequence
Jeff Calvin (2 months ago)
Did you observed the heating of liquid metal with green cut off sleeves with Gucci sunglass and beads thst goes back on your neck attached to the sunglsdd
Jeff Calvin (2 months ago)
Then you went to are 52 . Yeyyyyy!!!! You guys are famous....,,,
Jeff Calvin (2 months ago)
And got picked up by a chameleon painted hummer while you drove a motorcycle
Jeff Calvin (2 months ago)
Did you get dropped off by a helicopter at the grand canyon?
Jeff Calvin (2 months ago)
Auntie did you know about It?
mnicolaou1 (2 months ago)
Yet his oshares ETC owns a bunch of Amazon stocks with 0% divident.. odd.
Alex Olinger (2 months ago)
Great
Stas Serfes (3 months ago)
Amazing advice from a legend
DC Investing (3 months ago)
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Sean Lehman (3 months ago)
Love this conversation. I am invested in his etf and have been happy given all the volatility of the market in 2018
Jake Hunter (3 months ago)
A good business mind is great to learn from #JakeHunter88
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Emtien Pulse (2 days ago)
+GermanyWaitForYou stop hating mate. Prices may be dropping but my profits are still coming. Now is the best time to invest
GermanyWaitForYou (2 months ago)
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Only Jack (2 months ago)
There should be an asterisk. The power it takes to mine Bitcoin is about the price of a Bitcoin now. This doesn't even include price of the miners, maintenance, place to store them,etc. The only way mining can be even remotely profitable is if you live somewhere with EXTREMELY low energy costs. If I remember correctly, when I was looking into it, Quebec has the lowest energy costs in Canada.
Future Growth (3 months ago)
this works, i do this too and with Julian
Emtien Pulse (2 days ago)
julian Kuschner makes me over 3,000 weekly, great investment
Vashawn Moseley (3 months ago)
I Love Kevin's advice. I make more money from my stocks then my youtube channel because I only have 30 subscribers. Kevin helped me diversify so that I can still live the life I want without depending on one income to sustain me. #VashawnMoseley #KevinO'Leary
Alapone (4 months ago)
ETFs; actively traded index funds. The whole point of index funds is to be a passive investor. Ridiculous.
CHACE (4 months ago)
Mr. Wonderful has spent too much time on TV. He joined the sell side of the industry.
sundiii99OWS (5 months ago)
If you'll read any history, the few rich people in the UK only gave their land/businesses and mansions to the oldest SON, and the younger ones were maybe given a yearly stipend, which didn't last long. Many had to emigrate to America, or somewhere else, to live their lives struggling to survive., as did their children, and their children. Capitalists laugh at anyone who brings up the topic of "widows and orphans"! In the UK the rich "created jobs" for carpenters to build the mansions, plus suppliers of materials, and then a TOWN would be built next to the mansions/palaces for homes for the rich man's butlers, drivers, maids, cooks, nannies, tutors, seamstresses, shoe makers, seamstresses, and many more. But they weren't slaves! Because they were paid....hardly anything. You should read James Michener's "Chesapeake" where a few families (the FIRST arrivals, no competition, just thousands of acres of unclaimed...by white men... LAND) the first families wanted to be "self-sufficient" so they hired white people for jobs called "servants", and the black people were called "slaves!" But their servants weren't slaves! Oh no! You bet your booty the ones paid a pittance weren't slaves!- tutors, boat makers, maids, etc. The slaves weren't in chains! No women, even white, had any rights. When they married, if they had inherited land from their fathers, it had to be given to their Husband!! It took around 80 years of agitation to get the white women just a few Human Rights, like voting, keeping their own inheritance, sitting on a jury, the right to BIRTH CONTROL!!!! Marilyn French said not all women want to be mothers, but most of them are. AND not all women are naturally good cooks! But they have to cook! They couldn't fight off their husband or be "raped" by him!!
sundiii99OWS (5 months ago)
In capitalism (which causes all failures) anyone can be very very rich one day, and the next will have lost everything, and will be homeless! That's happened to many formerly rich people. And I read that most fortunes have nearly disappeared. By the 5th or 6th generation. Are you ok with that, because you probably won't know them? What about the 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th generations who will again be very very poor, because it happens to everyone, because that's the nature of this Beast.
sundiii99OWS (5 months ago)
So, Spouses, You need to live your life without him, and do whatever you want! And make the spouse PAY for it, just use him for his money! Take vacations with "friends" on his money (boyfriends, girlfriends etc.) And don't worry about your spouse. Throw big parties...without him! Travel the world...on his money, because he'll never be free to do anything with you, so do whatever you want, and let HIM pay for it all! Great idea!!
sundiii99OWS (5 months ago)
OLLERY WAS GIVEN $10,000 FROM HIS MOTHER!!! That's really how he became RICH! How many people get that! In America, in Africa, in Central or South America?? Plus, he already knew somethings about computers, and he had a computer! Capitalists lies are so subtle! Beware! Let no man deceive you by any means!
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James Carian (5 months ago)
Brilliant. Thank you Kevin, as always.
Stratt Gatt (5 months ago)
Why buy a stock that doesn't generate a yield? Because a high yield is like 10% and a stock could go up that much in a day.
sundiii99OWS (5 months ago)
Do not call him Mr Wonderful! There are millions of children and adults who have ZERO memory, for some reason, that means they can never learn to remember anything: how to read a bank statement, balance a bank account, read or write texts, read street signs or maps! Millions of women have been husband-dependent their whole life, because that's the way most people did it a few generations ago, and still many today, so they can't survive if their old man dies, and many senior women are ending up homeless simply because they're "living too long"(80's, 90's, etc, and Social Security is very inadequate because none of what we did was right! We should have always had equal wealth so none of these problems ever would have existed. Corporations get much more WELFARE than any human of any race, religion, nationality, etc!!
TheMightyHarihar (5 months ago)
It doesn't matter if it pays a dividend or not, earnings per share are all that matter. Whether the earnings are reinvested in the business or paid out to you makes no difference whatsoever. A market will see that and price a stock accordingly.
sundiii99OWS (6 months ago)
There never should have been any unequal wealth!! It's always been caused by SLAVERY including wage slavery! And we should have built only Tower cities connected to maglev Trains!! No deadly CARS OR SMALL BUILDINGS!!
Frank Moran (6 months ago)
I live paycheck to paycheck. How do I not touch the principal?
Epic Mentality (3 months ago)
By using only dividends to pay off your expenses, but in order to have dividends that are big enough to cover your expenses you need to invest a lot of money. I use different kind of investing strategy.
Igor B. (6 months ago)
So, dividend paying etf $SDY has been lagging performance of $SPY etf. (69% vs 109%). See the two symbols compared on a chart here: https://imgur.com/a/E0U0UUq . Chart shows this not a good trading alternative. Show me the money!!!! (not some grandma stories)... please...
BLUEGENE13 (6 months ago)
but does he re-invest 100%?
David Peterson (6 months ago)
What an ender. "A stock that doesn't pay a dividend is a speculation. Not an investment."
NTXIH (7 months ago)
2:52 ... AMZN, NVDA, NFLX? I get the dividend play, but what do you have against 1000%+ capital gains. To dismiss a stock simply due to the dividend is narrow minded.
Schirmer Finkbeiner (7 months ago)
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Calvin Chung (7 months ago)
I'm the average Joe. I tried value investing for 7 years and I could not tell heads from tails. I understand the concepts but I don't have the inclination of digging into the quarterly or annual reports in great detail. So, his style works for me. Yea, I'm not making millions in dividend but I'm getting thousands and with a little leverage I can boost it into low double digits returns. I climb up the corporate balance sheets owning preferred, converts, and junior and senior bonds and some equity when those don't offer anything good. It's worked for me so far and I sleep well at night. I keep a healthy margin of equity so if the market drops I won't get a margin call. I also make a set contribution amount and I add extra when I can.
Calvin Chung (7 months ago)
It's also nice to see your return come in cash too.
sundiii99OWS (7 months ago)
Corporations are really slave plantations which do many very evil things that kill millions worldwide! Read CORPWATCH and wake up!!
sundiii99OWS (7 months ago)
There never should have been any unequal wealth! Now we can destroy it, and redistribute money equally worldwide! Because most money is just numbers in computers! Capitalism will self-destruct! Read book excerpts at THIRD WORLD TRAVELER!!
Crypto Zozo (7 months ago)
they call me Crypto Zozo !
Commando Master (8 months ago)
Dividends pay out the investor every month. It cash flows. Just like real estate. That's why KEVIN is big on the royalty deals on Shark Tank. He wants to make sure he gets his money back because he is taking a risk in a small company that he doesn't know if it will be big enough in the future for the equity he has in it to matter.
College Investor (8 months ago)
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JP Moore (8 months ago)
Kevin has a great ETF if you already have a lot of money and you want that really long slow solid growth.  If you don't have much to invest, and you are expecting a large return annually stay away.  You will lose money and it will remain in the red even when the rest of the market has recovered.
Miami sands (9 months ago)
Bitcoin price analysis: BTC/USD is up 8%, as new crypto exchanges being launched in South Korea
Angus Wiebe (9 months ago)
Aren't his mutual funds and ETF's poor performers tho?
J P (10 months ago)
Him and Cuban differ on diversity of investment.
Joseph (10 months ago)
Why restrict your investment universe to only divided paying stocks? Investors know that selling portions of your growth stocks is equivalent to creating dividends
Joel Bondurant (10 months ago)
Trust fund kids.
Filip Mazur (10 months ago)
I do like the way he thinks about the market.
ali abdi (11 months ago)
I'm a simple man with a simple goal. I approve this message.
Ohh Snap (11 months ago)
Berkshire never pays dividend. Their shareholders must be poor sons of bi...wait...
Drawbridge Finance (1 year ago)
spot on Kevin!!
Edward FG (1 year ago)
Great advice!
Sol Lindo (1 year ago)
He has a ton of capital at risk. This strategy makes perfect sense.
Nikolay Khokhlov (1 year ago)
amazing
Eric P (1 year ago)
This strategy is for the elderly or people that are already wealthy. If you are investing in dividend stocks, then maybe your children will someday be rich off your holdings.
Khan Hossain (1 year ago)
The benefit to waiting on a stock that doesn't pay a dividend is the huge profit one gains when it increases in price. true it's speculation, but if proven to be true the reward will be worth it. that's why I'm waiting on Berkshire Hathaway to increase in a few years lol
java2403 (1 year ago)
Always refreshing to hear his strategies. .. They keep it simple. Keep us in check
Gateway 17 (1 year ago)
Common sense investing.
richj011 (1 year ago)
Best advice about investing is simply time and reinvesting dividends (D.R.I.P.) Here's 10 stocks that would make a nice portfolio. 1. JNJ 2. MO 3. PM 4. LMT 5. MMM 6. O Realty 7. ECL 8. STZ 9. VZ 10. CHD (They make trojan condoms among other things)
Devon Allary (1 year ago)
Dividends should not be a deciding factor when investing. Consider REITs or fixed income investments, which have higher yields than, but consistently under perform equity. I think that O'Leary's philosophy is better described as value investing, i.e. buying companies based on current earnings as opposed to projected earnings. Also, there's no guarantee that a company will continue to pay dividends. It's ability to pay dividends will depend on the market and the company's fundamentals, which are the first places you should look.
Financial Information (1 year ago)
Dividend stocks are the way to go once you have the enough capital to invest. And he made a great point saying that what matters to investors is free cash flow.
reese_ ks (1 year ago)
This is good but he's in a wealth preservation mindset. Not like average person has 100M to preserve. Dividends are good, but need growth as well to make good returns. end of story
Emy Dan (1 year ago)
Thank God for your mother now her wisdom has maker live in all who heard this. Thank you for sharing.
chris stephenson (1 year ago)
caveat emptor- http://www.macleans.ca/politics/inside-kevin-olearys-investing-fund-misadventure/
trev varn (1 year ago)
well if you invested into netflix when they first hit the market a 10g investment would be a couple of mill. with no div.
A one legged man (25 days ago)
hindsight is 20/20
Michael Moff (4 months ago)
10g in 1964 was much more money than when Netflix IPO'd
Apex of Joy (5 months ago)
Exactly, hindsight is 20/20. If you knew which company was going to turn a 10K investment into millions then screw dividends...but you don't. So a dividend approach to stock selection is conservative, less volatile, and more likely to preserve your capital.
Rafał Sobczyk (9 months ago)
No he didn't prove it, because there's no way to see the future
John T (1 year ago)
You just proved his point. Berkshire does not pay a dividend either. His point is that you do not NEED to buy dividend companies to generate great returns.
Just Facts (1 year ago)
wouldn't the risk be higher with diversification?
spartyon89 (1 year ago)
i know some of the words they said
Dividend Investor! (1 year ago)
Great video! Dividends are truly the way to go. Like a snowball accumulating snow faster and faster with every turn! I started a channel weeks ago and make 2 videos a week, be sure to check them out and subscribe! Cheers :)
Barry Rodriguez (1 year ago)
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Jesse Norwalt (1 year ago)
O Leary is very smart. I would not buy his fund because of high fees, but I would largely use these rules to buy stocks. If you're over say 40 you should follow what he says, I would say there are a few exceptions where you can buy non dividend paying stocks (like Google, and Berkshire Hathaway) but other than that you want to stick with dividend paying stocks. Stay away from bonds though unless you're within say 5 years of retirement. If you are young then you have to take more risk, don't worry too much about buying high dividend stocks. But still don't be an idiot in what you're investing in. Buy good companies at good prices, with growth and you will do great long term.
Joshua Jones (7 months ago)
Just purchase on Robinhood. No fees.
TheMightyHarihar (9 months ago)
Growth > Dividends. I'd take Visa over any dividend stock.
Zaid Chalabi (2 years ago)
love this dude he is reason i started investing in dividend stocks evrry month 75% of my paycheck into them best advise in your twenties
luckson mwape (8 months ago)
Don't get into day trading unless you be worked many years as a professional... In day trading odds are stacked against you....it seems like xa quick way to be rich and people will try sell on the merit of technical analysis but tread carefully....see video by Anton kriel
Kiks (8 months ago)
who or where did you learn to day trade? ive been interested because its a way of making money from knowledge and effort instead of manual labor but I dont know the proper teachers
Jason L. Petersen (8 months ago)
You are a smart man. I wish I did that when I was in my early 20s. I didn't really start learning the value of investing until my mid 20s. I am doing very well, but I'd be doing even better if I had started investing a lot of my income into equities and bonds when I was in my early 20s.
luckson mwape (8 months ago)
risky
clips theonly (9 months ago)
Zaid Chalabi please you have to educate me more on this
Sasha Bakhshi (2 years ago)
Kevin what do you think of bitcoin ETF?
Sasha Bakhshi (1 year ago)
roodles prease lol roodles prease= wtf
roodles prease (1 year ago)
lol? etf = wtf
George Walters (2 years ago)
If you want to earn over 200 dollars per day trading stocks then send me an email here: [email protected] com
Howie Huang (1 year ago)
George Jokes Walter I message him and got scamed. He said the starting fee was 200 and afterwards monthly would cost me 50. I payed him through paypal and he ran with my money
JimmyD (1 year ago)
bullshit
Doctor Dividend (2 years ago)
Agree with only buying stocks with dividends....I am doing that for my portfolio
King Zahi (2 months ago)
Doctor Dividend i love your channel bro!! Im glad we're watching the same videos! Lol
Federico Chávez-Torres (2 months ago)
username checks out
Chaz Bates (3 months ago)
f
goldsilverandiamonds (3 months ago)
Then you'd miss out of stocks like amazon which has gone up 498% in the last 5 years. 85% alone in the first 7 months of 2018.
Christopher Crepon (6 months ago)
check out the split strike conversion strategy too if you're into hedging with options.
Peter Hallman (2 years ago)
Kevin your ETFs are not bad but are not really necessary. I prefer SPHD over O'Shares OUSA. Lower fees, higher monthly yield, higher long term performance.
Joshua Jones (7 months ago)
OUSM is also one of his. I invest in OUSM & OUSA.
Jason L. Petersen (8 months ago)
My go to Dividend funds are SCHD and DGRW. I like OUSA as well, but these two dividend funds that I have are available at Schwab without a commission. Otherwise, I'd own all three (I like to get more than one ETF for the same purpose in case one gets unbalanced).
Zaid Chalabi (2 years ago)
higher than 5% ? thats risky i like OUSA they arent really volatile and its not bad management fees
George Walters (2 years ago)
If you want to earn over 200 dollars per day trading stocks then send me an email here: [email protected] com
reese_ ks (2 years ago)
I agree with Kevin. I consider myself intelligent and one that seeks knowledge and tried trading or looking for higher returns and I've found that Kevin's type of investing is a safer, more reliable way to build wealth over time. Realistically and statistically speaking for one to beat 7% returns a year over 30 years is very rare not to mention the stress and time of constantly looking for new stocks or market news.
skatersridge (1 year ago)
yeah anybody who tells you they get annual returns higher than that are liars most people would love 7% returns
6TROPIC (2 years ago)
Kevin is a scat muncher,rubbing empire's shit all over his face,moaning"it's all I deserve!"what a sick scat muncher Kevin is eh?
15hmael (2 years ago)
Why people listen to these religious kooks, I'll never understand.
Motushchuk Ruslan (2 years ago)
He gives much better advice and tips about business and money than any business college or universities in the wold!
MalarkeyMan (2 months ago)
Dr Fill *you have OCD
BangladeshiBoy 101 (1 year ago)
Motushchuk Ruslan He speaks the exact truth about what's the experience's going to be like.
scorpiomaj27 (1 year ago)
It's really this simple, the trick is getting enough principle to leverage a decent return.
Niall Martin (1 year ago)
World*
Bob Law (2 years ago)
You are partially right. I can achieve these type of returns with 1 or 2 millions perhaps a little more but if I had millions to invest it would be more difficult. The average investor does not invest tens of millions in his funds so what I am saying is that people should learn how to invest for themselves and not give money to mutual funds managers because most mutual funds are crap. They make money sometimes and only when the market is going up. They are not allowed to invest in the stocks on the way down
Leo Zanna (2 years ago)
Preferred stock ETFs beat mutual funds in many ways.
Casey Poole (2 years ago)
google ira for kids and talk to your parents about matching your "allowance' or EIC (Earned Income Credit) if you have a paying job. What they match, they can deduct on taxes and in turn help get you a portfolio started up...The earlier u learn the market and quicker you begin to invest the more and more likely you will be a millionaire no matter the "career" you choose...
KB Boomin (2 years ago)
how do I start to invest I'm a teen that has no money or credit cards or bank pls help
Ti Ha (2 years ago)
His message is perfecty suited to people who are already rich, but NOT for those at the bottom or middle of the ladder. We MUST take more calculated risks than the rich.
Jason Miller (17 days ago)
Eric Phan exactly!
Tony Brunet (4 months ago)
Go to Seeking Alpha web site and search for Chuck Carnevales Fast Graph presentations and if interested get a basic subscription. His Fast Graphs are the only ones I have seen that display both the fundamentals and technicals of a compnay in one easy to understand graphical format. Also you might look at Canadian banks which have a long term track record for steady growth and increased dividend payout.
Proper 3D (4 months ago)
Ti Ha He’s not talking to the get rich quick (which works less than 1%) he’s talking to the get rich slowly (which has a much higher % than 1). He’s talking to the level heads, not the hot heads.
Eric Phan (11 months ago)
Wrong. His message perfectly suits young people because young people have more time in life. If you invest in safe stocks you have time on your side to watch it grow especially if you continue to add to it and take advantage of compound interest.
Sarai Manzano (1 year ago)
Where's a good place to invest then if your not rich then? And live in Canada
Bob Law (2 years ago)
Mr.Wonderful, your funds are a joke. Why do you employ so many "smart and highly educated" managers and they only earn for you 5-7% a year ? You and your managers should be ashamed of yourself. I don't have any formal financial education and in the last 6 years my average return on investments is 30% A YEAR. Shame on you , how can you sell your funds to the public and be happy ? I used to rely on financial managers to make me money and because they did not I started to trade myself. First few years I learned the hard way but now I could teach your university educated useless money managers how to make money
a b (2 years ago)
+John Marks Trading short term is an option, but you should trade at last some % of your stock portfolio long term. Everyone should paper/virtual trade before they start trading with real money. Don't get why anyone (other than shady active funds managers) would tell you to do otherwise or what good reasons they can make up.
John Marks (2 years ago)
First of all do not invest long term. Things are changing so quickly now that you have to watch your stocks every day and react immediately. It is difficult to do when you are working. Luckily I make enough money now so I don't have to go to work every day and most of all DO NOT listen to so called financial experts. Make your own decision and DO paper trading first. Most people who sell all kinds of trading program tell you not to do it but I say DO IT but you have to have a discipline whether you paper trade or trade with real money. If you don't have a discipline don't trade or teach yourself. Without discipline you will lose your money sooner or later
a b (2 years ago)
+Bob Law 30% is amazing. Would you consider tutoring me or giving me some advice? I'm not a newbie and have been playing with virtual stocks, and my returns have been decent. I graduate in 6 months and can play with real money then. Would love to earn anywhere near 30% or even 20%.
Herryfrd (2 years ago)
5-7%/year on his capital is a lot of money. When you have his type of money, you don't need to be risky. The reason why he employed his own managers is because he customized consist strategic investing, and he felt he wasn't getting that through other managers.
CHACE (2 years ago)
It's easier to get 30% on $1000 than it is to get 30% on $1,000,000. Not saying either of you only have that much but just trying to say that as your AUM grow, your ROI will shrink unless you have a strategy that's seamlessly scalable.
Jacob Mowat (2 years ago)
The difference between investing and casino gambling? Not a damn thing.
begley09 (1 month ago)
I guess I would agree with that statement if I was told, "Hey heres a dart, now throw it at this random list of stocks and buy whichever one it lands on". I would agree with you then that investing into the stock market is pure gambling, but its simply not the case.
cubicofmusic (10 months ago)
comments like that makes a fool of yourself when you know something become a fix risk is nothing like gamble you just need to study the market
Ian McDowell (10 months ago)
If all you do is save money, it won't even hold it's value over the years due to the nature of inflation. If you don't open a 401 or an IRA with any income, you will never be able to retire. If you invest in an S&P 500 index and hold it through market downturns, it will pay off. All that is is essentially an investment that the biggest American companies will grow in value over time, it's the most boring investment ever in its simplicity but it beats most active management. Educate yourself and reconsider.
John Lingel (11 months ago)
Quasimodo They are the ones selling the stuff, haha. Plenty of casino owners live just like these guys.
John Lingel (11 months ago)
Most people would be better off going to the casino.
rough rough (2 years ago)
but those dividend stocks pay so small not many people can buy 10000 shares its not even worth owning it
euronomous segovia (2 years ago)
This is some of the best advice I've ever gotten on investing
John Marks (2 years ago)
It only mean that you have no idea how to invest
X Punk City X (2 years ago)
These concepts sound great but in my opinion regular individuals don't generate capital like Mr. 0-Leary . most dividends don't even pay two percent plus the risk associated with that your better of leaving you money in the bank.
XxGamersUnitedxX (2 years ago)
+Grim Reaper Not $4k in 5 years, $14.6k. That small number also only remains small if you don't keep investing more.
XxGamersUnitedxX (2 years ago)
+Mark Lesniak There are plenty of stocks that pay dividends greater than 2%. Look at Coke. 7.8% yield. Invest 10k now, and in 5 short years it becomes 14.6k.

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