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Income Investing Today. Safety and High Income Through Diversification

Income Investing Today Income Investing Today details a safe alternative to the downside risks inherent in the stock market–income securities that can provide a 7% to 8% annual cash income. With this book, fixed income expert Richard Lehmann outlines income investing concepts you need to understand, various investment vehicles, and investment strategies that will help you build a safe, diversified portfolio of investments. The investment vehicles he explains range well beyond traditional fixed income securities or creditor instruments such as bonds, to include hybrids, REITs, mutual funds, and more. He shows that the key to building a steady, growth-oriented income portfolio is to diversify over a variety of securities that depend on different drivers–that is, portfolios that are not vulnerable to any one specific economic factor such as interest rates. The ideal guide for individual investors saving for retirement and seeking more safety in their portfolios, Income Investing Today shows how a diversified collection of income securities can equal or exceed the returns from common stock with much lower risk.

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Richard Lehmann

Richard Lehmann (* 28. Januar 1900 in Wien; † 12. Januar 1945 in Dresden (hingerichtet)) war ein Widerstandskämpfer gegen den Nationalsozialismus.

Richard Lehmann studierte ab 1922 in Leipzig Volkswirtschaftslehre und Zeitungswissenschaft. Mit Otto Stammer gründete er hier die sozialistische Studentengruppe. Nach dem Studium wurde er Redakteur bei der Leipziger Volkszeitung (LVZ). Nach dem Verbot der LVZ 1933 arbeitete er als Handelsvertreter und danach als kaufmännischer Angestellter bei einem Grundstücksmakler.

Seit 1923 war Lehmann Mitglied der SPD. Etwa 1941 erhielt er über die Gruppe um Rudolf Hardtmann[1] Verbindung zum antifaschistischen Widerstandskampf. Unter anderem versteckte er von den Nationalsozialisten verfolgte Personen in seiner Wohnung. Er schloss sich der Leipziger Widerstandsgruppe um Georg Schumann an. Mit dieser wurde er im August 1944 verhaftet. Am 24. November wurde er zum Tode verurteilt und am 12. Januar 1945 in Dresden hingerichtet. Sein Grab befindet sich auf dem Leipziger Südfriedhof

Ehrung

Am 1. August 1945 wurde die 1884 angelegte, etwa drei Kilometer lange Kaiserin-Augusta-Straße in der Leipziger Südvorstadt in Richard-Lehmann-Straße umbenannt.

Literatur

  • Gina Klank, Gernot Griebsch: Lexikon Leipziger Straßennamen. Verlag im Wissenschaftszentrum Leipzig, Leipzig 1995, ISBN 3-930433-09-5.
  • LVZ-Redakteur im Widerstand. Leipziger Volkszeitung, Freitag 29. Januar 2010, S. 22

Einzelnachweise

  1. Kommunistischer Widerstand in Leipzig 1943/44

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