3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on January 11, 2012
A short read but a great book that explains both the benefits and flaws of dividends, as well as the different type of products that fall under the dividend category. It is an extremely basic book for those who know the products, but it does give great insight and I like their "scoring" methods for different dividend stocks. It is targeted towards novices and long-term investors, so those with experience under the belt might view the book as redundant. I also don't like the fact it has the word "guaranteed", since stock investments are never guaranteed.
A fair warning though: It is American based though, so Canadians might need to work around a few areas unless you plan on investing in US stocks.