Derek Foster

Derek Foster Interview – Becoming a Millionaire with Simple Investment Strategies

Derek Foster needs no introduction! He quit the rat race at 34 and became a millionaire using simple investment strategies.  He shared his unique approach in his five National Bestselling Books, including STOP WORKING: Here’s How You Can Full Disclosure: We earn a commission if you click this link and make a purchase, at no additional cost to you. , and The Idiot Millionaire Full Disclosure: We earn a commission if you click this link and make a purchase, at no additional ...

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Predicting the markets

What Should I Invest In for 2012? Part-2

As mentioned in Part-1 of this series, I set out to write a wrap-up of investing strategies for 2012. While I was writing the post, the thought occurred to me why not ask the other well known bloggers and financial writers what they think? I was delighted with the response I received, and it’s now turned into this much larger two-part post. Here is a recap what I sent them, hoping for a small paragraph: “Short of hauling out the crystal ball, because your guess is as good as mine, I also wanted ...

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My Stock Picks for 2011

Happy New Year! What would the beginning of 2011 be without a list of great stocks to invest in? I wanted to find solid blue-chips that had either been trading at their lows, were punished for lower than expected earnings, and were poised for a rally. I also wanted to look at sectors I think will do well in the coming years. Oil, technology, and big consumer food and entertainment companies could be the winners. You will notice I haven’t included any Income Trusts in my list. I certainly think ...

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Back to Basics (Fed Up with Mutual Funds)

I received an email from a reader this afternoon. Like anyone who invested in mutual funds for years, they discovered  they weren’t making money. Surprise! They wrote how “Fed up with Mutual Funds” they were, but didn’t know how to get started in Dividend Investing. There are so many questions for the new Dividend Investor. If you have been investing in mutual funds, then a lot of this can seem complex and overwhelming. But once you make the start you are well on the road to keeping your ...

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