Author Archive: Dennis Miller

Denis Miller is a contributor to Investors Alley. He's always been an educator. In his first career, he consulted with many Fortune 500 companies – training hundreds of executives. He loved what he did. He was an active international lecturer for 40 years. He's authored several books on sales and sales management and has been a contributor to the American Management Association, a member of the Mensa Society and proud to say a former US Marine. Since 1990, he's been a serious student of investing – devoting many hours a day to learning from investment managers, authors, analysts, and anyone who could broaden my knowledge of investing. In 2011, David Galland convinced him to write a book to share my experience and knowledge. That book, called “Retirement Reboot”, tells how his generation realized the government’s new low interest rate policy would derail our retirement dreams if we did not change how we invest. He is also a regular contributor to Marketwatch as a RetireMentor and hosts his own free retirement investing service at Miller, ON the Money focused on the unique investing needs of those in retirement and just a few years away from it. Investing retirement money is totally different from how we invested in the past. You are no longer trying to get rich; your goal is to make your money last for the rest of your life so you can enjoy your golden years. Regardless of how you made your money it has to last; we are all money managers now. He's recently released a new e-book, "An Honest Person’s Guide to Social Security" specifically for those coming up on some tough decisions regarding how they take Social Security payouts.

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Dollar Cost Averaging Versus Stop Losses

November 27, 2017 | By | Reply More
Dollar Cost Averaging Versus Stop Losses

Subscriber Rick G. recently asked a great question. “What do you think about the theory of ‘buying on dips’ and ‘dollar cost averaging’?” If the price of a dividend paying stock goes down, buying more will increase your yield; however, that seems to be at odds with the idea of why an investor should have […]

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