Once upon a time, dividend stock investing was the only way to invest in the stock market. Before the days of computers, automated trading systems, discount brokerages, and all the other technologies that have made stock investing accessible to almost everyone, stock prices just plain didn’t move very much. The 1950s to mid-1980s were flat and down much of the time, but dividend investors kept getting rich slow. Steve and Sinclair dig into what is most important about selecting dividend paying stocks--no matter what markets are doing. Then in the Q & A, angel investor Bobby Martin, author of the Hockey Stick Principles joins the A Team for insights into how small businesses turn the corner and experience exponential growth, IF, they get these things right.