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Written by Keith Kohl
Posted July 1, 2016

I hope you've kept your portfolio afloat, because it's been one hell of a week.

And if you're not the type that has to watch price movements every few minutes, you might want to consider a small vacation for a bit.

Clearly, the markets have been hammered hard by the Brexit vote, and again over the uncertainty of how the process will unfold.

Right now, it's a mob mentality out there... as if the market didn't panic enough.

But I'll keep repeating this until it sticks: buy the fear!

Trust me, that fear has become palpable right now. And anyone with skin in the game has undoubtedly seen their share of losses, which has actually led to one incredible buying opportunity.

But before you go on a buying spree, consider exactly what it is you're paying for...

What Are You Paying?

Look, most of us know that when you want to buy something high quality, you have to pay a little more.

It makes sense, right?

This goes for nearly every product out there: our food, clothes, cars, tech, services...

But that isn't always the case with stocks.

As we've seen a few times just in the past year, an expensive stock doesn't always qualify as a good investment.

Any number of arguments could make this point:

  • The bigger they are, the harder they fall.

  • If they're already huge, there's no room for growth.

  • And if it's too expensive, it's unlikely you'll be able to afford much of it anyway.

Morningstar summed it up quite nicely recently: “Investors should make [costs] a primary test in fund selection. They are still the most dependable predictor of performance.”

In its study, Morningstar tracked the progress of a number of mutual funds for two to five years, measuring returns and investor ratings for each.

At the end, it was clear that expense ratios (how much it actually cost a company to operate a fund) was the biggest catalyst toward an investor's success or failure.

The cheaper funds won out in every single instance!

Individual stocks run on the same principle. The less you pay for something good, the better chance you have of getting a great return.

What Are YOU Getting Paid?

It should be a no-brainer that you want to uncover stocks that can return impressive gains without taking on too much risk.

But we both know that's not the only — or best — way to profit from your investment...

And that brings us to a class of companies that are head-and-shoulders above the rest: dividend stocks.

You and I both know it's more than simply whether or not a company pays out cash to its shareholders. Truth is, there's a myriad of factors that weigh heavily on each one of them.

Growth, stability, you name it.

After all, what's the point of putting your hard-earned money into a dividend-paying stock if it's not for the long-term?

And make no mistake: the health of a dividend directly reflects the health of the company itself.

The Dividend Stock I'm Buying Today

I've dug through the debris of what's left of the markets recently and have yet to come across another dividend stock with the same kind of growth and security for my investment.

In fact, this dividend stock is one of the strongest long-term plays out there.

These guys have been incredibly reliable for their shareholders, too — the company has beat out some of the biggest names on the market, including Coca Cola, ExxonMobil, and Disney, since it went public.

So far in 2016, it's crushed the entire NASDAQ in terms of delivering us gains.

And yet it's NOT another flash-in-the-pan stock in the fast-busting tech industry or even the volatile energy industry...

It's a pure play on the world's ultimate commodity.

And best of all, it's still flying right under the radar of the top funds on Wall Street.

That, however, could change overnight... with the investment herd stampeding for an early position.

I want to show you the full details behind this dividend stock.

Taking the next step must be up to you.

Until next time,

Keith Kohl Signature

Keith Kohl

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A true insider in the energy markets, Keith is one of few financial reporters to have visited the Alberta oil sands. His research has helped thousands of investors capitalize from the rapidly changing face of energy. Keith connects with hundreds of thousands of readers as the Managing Editor of Energy & Capital as well as Investment Director of Angel Publishing's Energy Investor. For years, Keith has been providing in-depth coverage of the Bakken, the Haynesville Shale, and the Marcellus natural gas formations — all ahead of the mainstream media. For more on Keith, go to his editor's page.

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