The High Income Factor has one
mission: to help investors generate high
income in a low-income world!
 
The High Income Factor has one mission: to help investors generate high income in a low-income world.
W
ith typical savings accounts earning less than one percent and short-term CDs earning not much more, keeping your money in these types of accounts means you are losing ground to inflation each and every year. This means all investors — from those just starting out to those already in retirement — who count on this income to make ends meet each month are in desperate need of a safe and steady income stream.
Fortunately, Tom Hutchinson has created The High Income Factor newsletter specifically to deliver these types of income-generating ideas each and every month. His newsletter looks at the entire investing landscape to identify the most profitable, yet conservative, income opportunities available today.
The High Income Factor includes high-yield investments that you are very familiar with, such as dividend stocks, corporate bonds, and real estate investment trusts (REITs). But Tom also covers unique income-generating investments such as master-limited partnerships (MLPs), business-development companies (BDCs), as well as capital and income funds.
As a member, you are able to take full advantage of having a Wall Street “insider” working for you each month, delivering exciting opportunities that you won’t hear about in the mainstream financial press.
Partner with Tom and start putting these high-income plays to work for you today!

* Past performance is no guarantee of future success. All Track Record Claims Based on Hypothetical Buy and Sell Trades. Actual subscriber results can and do vary based on timing of trade executions, brokerage fees and commission charges. You can lose all or part of your investment. Cumulative Results are computed by adding and subtracting all winning trades and losing trades for a net total of all trade recommendations.


* The High Income Factor is published by Newsmax. As a publisher of a financial newsletter of general and regular circulation, we cannot tender individual investment advice. Only a registered broker or investment advisor may advise you individually on the suitability and performance of your portfolio or specific investments. We recommend strongly that before exercising any trade you speak with a registered securities broker or investment advisor.