Make $25,450 In 72 Hours
It can be hard to invest when there are setup costs and expensive equipment.
But with these easy-to-follow steps, you don’t need any special skills, you can get started right away and make extra income from the comfort of your own home…
None of the ideas in this guide requires a huge setup cost, a business or any expensive equipment. You don’t need any special skills or qualifications.
You can get started right now. It’s quick and easy. Let’s get started.
Step One: Set up a Broker
The first step to any method of investing is setting up an account with a brokerage firm. There are plenty to choose from that do business directly from an online account you set up.
Below are a few brokers you might want to consider if you don’t have an account set up yet. Most brokers require a minimum account balance and also charge a commission fee per trade.
Please keep in mind Seven Figure Publishing and Agora Financial don’t back any one particular broker. Do your due diligence in choosing the right broker for you.
Step Two: Choose the “Easy Money” Companies
There are thousands of companies on the market that pay out dividends. It’s one of the safest and most reliable ways to grow your income.
But not all companies are the same. There are two very important criteria I look for when it comes to the companies paying out the best.
- A dividend yield of 2% or higher.
- A low dividend payout ratio.
Both of these factors are a testament to the health of a company.
Here’s three of my favorites:
- Aflac (NYSE: AFL)
- Automatic Data Processing Inc. (NASDAQ: ADP)
- Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT).
Step Three: Do Your Research… And Watch the Checks Roll In
Once you’ve set up a brokerage account and chosen one of the numerous companies I’ve outlined above, the rest is fairly simple: Lay back and watch the checks roll in.
Now I won’t be tracking any of the companies mentioned. That’s a unique service my paid followers receive, but there are numerous resources at your disposal to track the dividend yield, payout ratio and schedule for any company on a major exchange.
The most straightforward is Dividend.com.
Simply enter the ticker for a company you own and you can find all the important payout information at your disposal.
Take one of my top three, Automatic Data Processing Inc. (ADP), for example:
Here you see the dividend yield (good!), the payout ratio (good!) and the annualized payout per share, paid quarterly (so you know when to put on your robe and check your mailbox for that easy money).
You can also find dividend history — important data to determine the sustainability of a stock’s payout.
Using these simple steps you’re well on your way to becoming a wealthy American
Here’s to growing your wealth,
Chief Income Expert, Mike Burnick’s Wealth Watch
Editor’s note: I want to give you a choice right now:
Would you rather spend $42 on a stock that slowly creeps up to a 74% gain?
Or would you rather spend $3 on a stock that skyrockets up to a rare 1,720% win?