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Neil J. George

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Agora Financial LLC

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Agora Financial LLC

808 Saint Paul Street ~

Baltimore, Maryland,21202

United States

Company Description

At Agora Health Books we carefully select the titles we publish to ensure that we are providing you with the breakthrough solutions you need to take control of your health. And, unlike most book publishers, we follow the research and review the facts every ste... more.

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Employment History

Adjunct Professor

Webster University


Managing Director

Green & Gold LLC


Editor

Personal Finance


Editor

KCI Investing


Economist

Leeb Brokerage Services Inc.


Affiliations

Webster University

Chancellor,Emeritus


Webster U

Adjunct Professor and Board Member


TheStockAdvisors.com

Advisor


The Regional Chamber & Growth Association

Board Member


St. Louis RCGA

Board Member


St. Louis Regional Chamber & Growth Association

Board Member


The Repertory Theatre

Board Member


Education

Harvard University


Bachelor's degree

Economics

Kings College


Master's degree

International Finance

Webster University


Ph.D.


Ph.D.

Political Science

Case Western Reserve University


bachelor?s degree

economics

Kings College


bachelor’s degree

economics

Kings College


master

Georgetown University


undergraduate degree

economics

Kings College


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Neil George
Neil George is the editor of Lifetime Income Report and Total Income Alert -- investment advisories dedicated to finding Wall Street?s best-yields. Before joining Agora Financial, Mr. George was the editor of Personal Finance and oversaw investment journals in the United States, Germany and other countries. He?s been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Barron?s, Bloomberg, CNN, NBC, CBS and more. His two-decade career has taken him to six continents, including senior positions at Merrill Lynch International Bank in Europe, Asia and the Americas; what is now US Bank; and British-, South African- and Chinese-based Investec PLC. His specialties include investment banking, bond trading,and brokerage and asset management. Along the way, Mr. George worked to build a collection of independent public and private brokerage and fund management companies in Los Angeles and New York. Mr. George earned an MBA in international finance from Webster University in Europe and his bachelor?s degree in economics from Kings College. When he is not scouring Wall Street for ultra-high dividends, he serves as an adjunct professor and board member of Webster University's Walker School of Business and Technology. Read posts by Neil George


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Neil George
Sure, you can opt for dividend-paying stocks, and that's an approach our income specialist Neil George endorses heartily. But limiting yourself to hefty dividend payers is also problematic: You miss out on many quality companies with the potential to deliver big capital gains. For instance, Neil is keen on a pipe manufacturer called Flowserve (FLS). It's a critical supplier to the oil, gas and chemical industries. Great company, paltry dividend: If you bought this morning, you'd get a payout of 0.8%. "There's a relatively easy way to boost your income from stocks," says Neil - "earning regular payouts on top of the dividends. "I'm talking about selling covered call option contracts." Don't sweat the terminology if you're feeling a bit intimidated. Neil has a plain-English explanation. Neil recommended it to his readers a year ago, when it was trading for $56 a share. This morning, it's a shade under $76. See what we mean about great companies with a paltry dividend? But you can still pull down substantial income from Flowserve. "Let's say you write a call on Flowserve with a strike price of $80 and a January expiration," Neil explains. says Neil, examining the flip side.


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Neil George
By Neil George Neil George This article originally appeared here. This Article Was Written By Neil George Neil George Neil George is the editor of Lifetime Income Report and Total Income Alert -- investment advisories dedicated to finding Wall Street?s best-yields. Before joining Agora Financial, Mr. George was the editor of Personal Finance and oversaw investment journals in the United States, Germany and other countries. He?s been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Barron?s, Bloomberg, CNN, NBC, CBS and more. His two-decade career has taken him to six continents, including senior positions at Merrill Lynch International Bank in Europe, Asia and the Americas; what is now US Bank; and British-, South African- and Chinese-based Investec PLC. His specialties include investment banking, bond trading,and brokerage and asset management. Along the way, Mr. George worked to build a collection of independent public and private brokerage and fund management companies in Los Angeles and New York. Mr. George earned an MBA in international finance from Webster University in Europe and his bachelor?s degree in economics from Kings College. When he is not scouring Wall Street for ultra-high dividends, he serves as an adjunct professor and board member of Webster University's Walker School of Business and Technology. Neil George


lfb.org

Neil George
By Neil George This Article Was Written By Neil George Neil George Neil George is the editor of Lifetime Income Report and Total Income Alert -- investment advisories dedicated to finding Wall Street?s best-yields. Before joining Agora Financial, Mr. George was the editor of Personal Finance and oversaw investment journals in the United States, Germany and other countries. He?s been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Barron?s, Bloomberg, CNN, NBC, CBS and more. His two-decade career has taken him to six continents, including senior positions at Merrill Lynch International Bank in Europe, Asia and the Americas; what is now US Bank; and British-, South African- and Chinese-based Investec PLC. His specialties include investment banking, bond trading,and brokerage and asset management. Along the way, Mr. George worked to build a collection of independent public and private brokerage and fund management companies in Los Angeles and New York. Mr. George earned an MBA in international finance from Webster University in Europe and his bachelor?s degree in economics from Kings College. When he is not scouring Wall Street for ultra-high dividends, he serves as an adjunct professor and board member of Webster University's Walker School of Business and Technology. Neil George Neil George


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