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Hi, John Phillips here, publisher at Dividend Investor.com.
If you’re a dividend income hunter, you’ve come to the right place. I’ve seen a lot of dividend resources on the Web, but I’ve yet to find anything that comes close to Dividend Investor.
In the next couple of minutes, I’ll show you a few short video clips demonstrating the power and ease of the site, and why it’s used by investment research firms like Quantitative Partners…
Endorsed by the likes of Yahoo Finance, Barron’s, MarketWatch, and the Association for Individual Investors. And used by thousands of investors across the globe.
So let’s get started…
As a Dividend Investor member, one of the first things you’ll want to do is go to the Quote Page.
Here’s what it looks like when you enter the ticker symbol for the dividend-paying investment you want to check out… all you do is type in the ticker and hit GO (you can also look up ticker symbols by typing in the company name).
For demonstration purposes, we’ll use ticker symbol PFLT.
That’s Pennant Park Floating Rate Capital — a business development company, or BDC, which pays a monthly dividend.
It’s a recommendation from my colleague Bryan Perry, who writes the Cash Machine newsletter. Notice how you get everything you need all on one page.
On the right column you get all the stock information on the company.
P/E ratio, trailing 12-month, 3-year and 5-year total return, percentage of shares held by institutions, and more.
On the left side is all the dividend data for the investment:
Those are just a few. But notice the proprietary All-Star Ranking.
This is a great feature.
If the stock holds a 3-star ranking, as Pennant Park does here, it means the company has raised its dividend for 5 straight years.
A 4-star rank means the company has raised its dividend 10 straight years.
With 5 stars, it’s 20 straight years of dividend raises. A very select group of companies such as Proctor & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, Lowe’s, and the like.
Also on the Quote Page, you’ll find the ex-dividend date, dividend payment date, the stock’s current and previous dividend, and more.
Now let’s look at another popular tool… the Dividend Calendar.
Here you can capture upcoming dividends between the start and end date you type in. Here’s what it looks like when you start with today, and end 30 days out.
This is a great way to develop your own dividend capture strategy.
For example, if you knew Microsoft (MSFT) had an ex-dividend date of August 15, you’d simply need to buy shares on August 14 to collect the upcoming dividend.
And you could, if you wanted to, still sell the shares after just one day. Many subscribers have told us they like to use our Dividend All-Stars for their own dividend capture strategy.
Remember, with the Dividend Calendar, you can conveniently sort the list by sector, the exchange, dividend yield, dividend payout ratio, and more.
From there, you can select the positions you’re interested in, and add them to another key feature of the site: your Scorecard.
You do that by entering the cost basis (the price per share at your purchase time) and your number of shares.
We also have a way to let you know the second there’s important news on the dividend investments you own or track.
It’s our Email Alert Center, where you can receive timely emails regarding urgent:
You have full control over your Email Alerts. You simply select what you want to receive for the positions you want to track, and your Email Alerts follow.
This way, whenever there’s an urgent announcement, you’ll be the first to hear.
Next, I recommend visiting the Screener & Directories page.
Here you can screen dividend investments based on key criteria such as the exchange, investment sector, market cap, percent held by institutions, dividend yield, dividend growth and payout ratio.
From here, if you like what you see with the stock, you can add it to your Scorecard to watch it over time. So I’ve covered quite a bit today, but really I barely scratched the surface.
You really have to sit down and test out Dividend Investor for yourself to see just how powerful the site is.
It’s the best way I’ve seen to maximize your dividend income, every month and every quarter… and to pinpoint the safest, best of breed dividend investments in the markets.
Plus, to make sure the site’s as easy to use as possible, we’ve put together a Dividend Investor Quick-Start Guide, full of helpful notes and tips.
All you need to get started is $29 – that’s the low, monthly subscription fee. Or you can save $49 by signing up for the annual option, at $299.
Either way, I’m certain Dividend Investor will pay for itself many times over, in very short time. It takes only a minute or two to fill out your membership details below.
The second you do, you’ll have access to the Web’s first – and still the best – all-inclusive dividend research tool (along with 5 subscribers-only Special Dividend Reports from our expert colleagues at Eagle Financial Publishing).
Thanks for your time today.
John Phillips Publisher, DividendInvestor.com