DIVIDEND, STOCKS

Brett Owens

Chief Investment Strategist,

BNK Invest, Inc.

  • Editor, Contrarian Income Report
  • Co-Founded Two Successful Software as a Service Companies
  • Author of How to Retire on Dividends

About Brett

Brett Owens graduated from Cornell University and soon thereafter left Corporate America permanently at age 26 to co-found two successful SaaS (Software as a Service) companies. Today, they serve more than 26,000 business users combined. He took his software profits and started investing in dividend-paying stocks. Mr. Owens employs a contrarian approach to locate high payouts that are available thanks to some sort of broader misjudgment. Renowned billionaire investor Howard Marks called this "second-level thinking."

Brett's Articles

Mid-cap dividend stocks are the best bargain on the board right now; many great under-the-radar mid-cap stocks sit in a “sweet spot” that accommodates dividend safety and growth, asserts Brett Owens, editor of Contrarian Outlook.
I’ve got two smart dividend REITs to swing into now, with yields up to 8.4% and payouts that have surged up to 55% in the last five years, taking their share prices along for the ride, notes Brett Owens, editor of Contrarian Outlook.
I love the outlook for nuclear power and the prospects for uranium — the "other" yellow metal, explains Brett Owens, editor of Contrarian Outlook's Hidden Yields.
Some folks call it “reshoring” or “deglobalization.” You may also have heard the term “friend-shoring,” where companies move to countries with strong relationships with the US, observes Brett Owens, editor of Contrarian Outlook.

Brett's Books

Brett Owens

How to Retire on Dividends: Earn a Safe 8%, Leave Your Principal Intact

Skip Wall Street's low-yielding, blue-chip, "dividend aristocrat" BS and learn how from Brett and Tom.