Dividend Investing Explained In Less Than 45 Pages

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This book was written to provide the basic knowledge and tools necessary for the average person to open an account with a brokerage firm, whether in person or online, with the intent purpose to invest in the stock market. More

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About Lori O'Dette - Robinson

Lori O’Dette-Robinson is the owner and webmaster of the www.weblori.com website. She is from Northern New York but now lives in Central Arkansas. Mrs. Robinson has served 6 years in the U.S. Army/Reserves and has over 19 years experience in the Information Security and Application Support fields for both the Mainframe and Client/Server environments.

She received a Master of Science degree in Information Security and Assurance and is currently employed full time as a MTS III Consultant-IT Quality Assurance with a Fortune 50 telecommunications company.

Mrs. Robinson currently holds several industry standard professional certifications including the CISSP and GIAC G2700. In her spare time, she has also been independently researching financial investments for more than 12 years and has developed a strong stock dividend portfolio.

During this time she has acquired hundreds of hours of research concerning every aspect of money management, starting from the basic to advanced level understanding of different forms of currencies, the flow of money through our system, debt, credit, investment, and retirement strategies.

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Review by: Fred McGill on March 21, 2013 : (no rating)
This book is a great introduction to investing for anyone who is considering investing in the stock market for the first time. I really enjoyed the brief history lesson of the stock market and the explanation of the nine sectors of the stock market and how they're divided into industries and types.

Lori really has a talent for breaking down and explaining the complex and making it simpler to "digest", so I strongly suggest this book to all readers who need to understand the market better and be less intimidated by it.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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