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Getting Started – The Hardest Part About Dividend Investing

Imagine you have a certain amount of cash in your possession, which you do not plan on using for say 10 – 20 years. Or imagine that you are just starting out, and have a small amount of cash that will be added to your savings account every month. You decide to invest that amount. You have been reading about dividend investing, and think it sounds cool to be paid more dividends every year from.
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