Income Superstars (defunct)

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Ted Spickler
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I subscribed to “DIVIDEND SUPERSTARS” in 2009 for a year and since the bulk of my investment money is now under professional management, I did not review the subscription but not because it wasn’t valuable. Nilus Mattive writes this monthly report under the Weiss Research umbrella. It cost $69 and includes e-mailed updates as well as the many e-mails from Weiss begging you to join the various expensive services also available. I was impressed with the calm and sensible analysis offered in Dividend Superstars. He keeps the reader up to date on the most stable dividend payers and cautions against… Read more »
Dave Wolfe
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I have subscribed to Income Superstars for perhaps five years. Unfortunately, Weiss Research discontinued the newsletter in the summer of 2017. Nilus Mattive is an excellent writer and researcher. I was impressed with his common sense approach to recommendations with minimum hype that is found in other Weiss Research newsletters. This was by far the best newsletter to which I have ever subscribed. Being retired I especially liked a section called “Dad’s Portfolio” in which Nilus was managing a $100,000 portfolio for his father who was preparing for retirement. But both portfolios recommended dividend paying stocks with the added opportunity… Read more »
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