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Old 07-18-2006, 06:06 PM   #1
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Does anybody get Siegel's Investment Newsletter?

Is it worth $15 a month to find good dividend investments?

http://www.jeremysiegel.com/

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If you like Siegel, you'll love his ETF's:

WisdomTree

Some of them look pretty interesting to me.* *All of them are unproven.
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If you like Siegel, you'll love his ETF's:

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Some of them look pretty interesting to me.* *All of them are unproven.
Looks like the dividend ones include the same sector bets as everyone else's dividend ETFs.
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Looks like the dividend ones include the same sector bets as everyone else's dividend ETFs.
They've got some mixes I haven't seen available anywhere else. For example, where else can you find an international small-cap dividend fund?

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Pretty diverse across sectors, fairly low ER. But I have no idea how it'll perform -- should be an interesting portfolio diversifier.
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