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Brai flow records

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Phillip Mugabi

Phillip

Kampala

ROI: 131%

$11.62 per share

Negro cassava farm

Negro cassava farm

Let us drive hunger away from our community through youth empowerment

Olanipekun Adewale

Ol

Ekiti

ROI: 1716%

$30.45 per share

the income investor

Tennis club

Send your child to our hands and we promise you he will be new tennis player

Rudolf Dulik

by Rudolf Dulik

Betliar

penziontkm.sk

$30.80 per share

Have you noticed, almost everyone wants to be an investor, or at least something close? And not just that, we are talking investment that will provide a steady income and start you on the road to financial freedom. That's what we all want, we want our money working for us to produce more like it. This is where the income investor comes in. What this type of investor does in summary, is they pick out investments or companies that will bring a steady income or cash flow . Bonds for instance are fixed income securities that can help bring this goal to fruition. If you are thinking steady cashflow, income investment is the way to go.

Farm agricultural produce supply

products of agriculture supply for income

Yahaya Lawal

by Yahaya Lawal

Abuja

yahayamcom.wordpress.com

$18.70 per share

The income investor is one in the broadest sense who in broad sense makes investments based on the fact that they can make cash in the form of dividends, interest or capital gains and can therefore apply a strategy of buying shares in a company that pays dividends. He can also, when the term is used broadly, encompass investments in bonds or even property and never take a job for the money, borrow from friends or date someone based solely on their bank account. Similarly, you should never reach for just any high-dividend stock.
In recent years of low rates and paltry returns, yield-hungry investors have been drawn to dividend stocks which, at one time, traded at discounts to the rest of the market. However, this valuation advantage has since diminished, raising the question of whether these stocks have become overbought.

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Opal Bell

by Opal Bell

indianapolis

opalbell.wixsite.com

$24.20 per share

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