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The Dividend Is Your Friend.

Why I recommend monthly dividends.

My name is Howard Feigenbaum. I have owned a mutual fund broker-dealer firm, Sharemaster, for almost 22 years. The firm specializes in offering income funds, especially those funds that pay monthly dividends to shareholders.

Dividends are a portion of corporate profits paid to stockholders. A mutual fund that holds a company’s shares pays out share dividends to the fund’s participants.

Many people, including myself, cannot depend on Social Security or an employer retirement plan. Having access to a share of corporate profits through a professionally managed mutual fund is very attractive, especially if the fund’s objective includes the possibility of paying monthly dividends.

Because individuals pool their assets when they participate in a mutual fund, the fund can create a diversified portfolio that most individuals would not be able to duplicate on their own.

It is true that an ownership interest in a portfolio of stocks and bonds has inherent risk. The market value of shares always fluctuates; dividend payments of corporations are subject to change; and there is no guarantee that past performance is any indication of future results.

However, for someone like myself who is willing to accept what I believe is a prudent risk, the possibility of receiving dividends monthly (my share of the profits) is a wonderful thing. I appreciate the opportunity to be part of major business ownership through a mutual fund, even with the ever-present risk of business operation.

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Why should you start building shares in a dividend income fund?

• A mutual fund that pays dividends can help you provide for

your future income needs.

• You may begin building shares that pay dividends with as

little as $50 per month.

• Dividends paid can be automatically reinvested in buying

additional shares.

• You can elect to receive dividend cash payments at any time.

• Your account is with a major mutual fund company.

• You enjoy the benefit of professional investment fund


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Who are we at Sharemaster?

We are income fund specialists whose goal is supporting our customers who see the value of monthly dividends.

The firm is a member of FINRA and SIPC.

Sharemaster represents well-respected investment companies like Franklin Templeton Investments.

At Sharemaster, we take pride in offering excellent customer service. We believe that the customer deserves our attention, our respect and our best effort.

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How does monthly dividend income work?

For information about monthly dividend income, including a prospectus and a hypothetical illustration based on actual fund past performance, request: or

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Why shouldn’t you receive monthly dividends?

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Do you know the only thing that gives me pleasure? It’s to see my dividends coming in.

John D. Rockefeller


A description of a mutual fund’s objectives, risks, charges and expenses is called a prospectus. Investors may request a prospectus from the investment company or from the broker/dealer. You should read the prospectus and consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses of the mutual fund carefully before investing. Dividends are not guaranteed and mutual funds are subject to market risk, including loss of principal. Sharemaster is a broker/dealer which provides customer service for mutual funds and receives payment from the mutual fund companies.

John D. Rockefeller of Standard Oil, 1885. Unknown photographer. Public domain.