4 reasons I bought Prudential this week #PRU and how dividend stocks outperform growth stocks

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On Saturday’s podcast I’m joined by two friends, Pete’s who is into stocks and shares but learning (as are we all) and Steve who is relatively new to it.

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So we cover the basics of investing plus we profile one company per week I have either invest in or intend to. I also send out an email with useful links to articles and videos.

This week I talk about companies going ex-dividend and how dividend stocks outperform growth stocks. To read that article click HERE.

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