The Risk Reduction Characteristic Of DividendsGuest Post
Three decades ago Sir John Templeton provided 22 rules for investment success to William Proctor who then shared these rules in his book, The Templeton Touch. Templeton’s first rule was: “For all long-term investors, there is only one objective – maximum total real return after taxes.” Around this same time, another famous investor, Warren Buffett, was developing his own investing rules. Warren made it . . .
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