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Dividend Investor Hotline for 01/05/2018

Dividend Investor Hotline

In this issue:

22 Income Pools That Can Pay You up to 11.45% Yields

I’ve just confirmed all the details on a new source of extra income… one that was discovered in a sector notorious for not paying dividends: High Tech. I call them “Hi-Tech Income Pools.” According to Seeking Alpha, there are 475 of these special “income pools” available to investors today

But only 22 use a particular strategy to pay out regular cash income up to 11.45%. Click here now to learn how to tap into these Hi-Tech Income Pools today.

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Term Trust Closed-End Fund Added to Portfolio

This high-income term trust distinguishes itself from other closed-end funds by catering to aggressive and conservative investors alike...

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Verizon Boosts Annual Dividend 14 Consecutive Years

Verizon has just hiked its total annual dividend amount for the 14th consecutive year and is currently offering a strong 4.5% dividend yield...

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Have You Heard of the "Invisible Superhighway?"

It's being built all across America, at this very moment... The Invisible Superhighway is a vast web of high-tech sensors, GPS systems and cell towers that is already guiding driverless vehicles from one address to another.

And it all revolves around a tiny electronic device created by ONE company you’ve likely never heard of... a company that has already handed investors 574% profits in the past 24 months alone. Tap here to find out more.

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City Holding Company Hiked its Quarterly Dividend 4.5%, Pays 2.7% Yield

This holding company for a bank in West Virginia just raised its dividend payout by 4.5%. Investors can take advantage by getting into the stock before the ex-dividend date on Jan. 11...

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Norwood Financial Corporation Boosts Annual Dividend for Two Decades

This regional bank holding company has raised its dividend every year since it started paying dividends. It currently sports a 2.6% yield after a 20th consecutive annual dividend boost...

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These “Boring” Investments Have Averaged 34.5% for 5 Years

Can you really TRIPLE your retirement savings in just 5 years? Sounds far-fetched, doesn’t it? In fact, I wouldn’t have believed it either if I hadn’t seen the evidence with my own eyes. But it’s true… if you’d invested in just 3 very specialized investments in 2012, today you’d have more than tripled your money -- turning every $10,000 into $30,304!

How is that possible? Well, these investments aren’t 10-bagger stocks, option plays, or anything exotic like that. Instead, they’re very standard investments that just keep going up -- between 15.5% and 34.5% annually -- over the last five years. Click here to find out more.

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