Learning disability, or learning disorder, is an umbrella term for a wide variety of
learning problems in which a person has difficulty learning in a typical manner,
usually caused by an unknown factor. The unknown factor is the disorder that affects
the brain’s ability to receive and process information. That is, the brain of people with
learning disabilities is wired differently and this difference affects how they receive
and process information.
In this part, I cover the ten most common myths and misconceptions about dividends and ten common dividend investing mistakes (plus info on how to avoid them). And check out the appendix, which offers a list of Dividend Achievers.
Business is beginning to understand how important a commitment
to sustainability is in its strategic positioning and long-term economic
well-being. This awareness of the issue—if not demonstrable
performance—is becoming mainstream in business thinking. It is
critical to the designer, as a trusted advisor to business on communication
and positioning issues and as a crafter of design artifacts, that the
profession also make these issues mainstream in its thinking.
There’s no question about it: In spite of their growing acceptance, there have been lingering mysteries and myths that REITs haven’t been able to shake off. This chapter addresses these misconceptions and lays the fading myths to rest once and for all.