Top stock picks for this upcoming week and they have some great yields to go with them. If you have been worried about your portfolio and what has been happening to it lately, then you are in for a treat this week. Just look at the yields of the top 4 picks this week. When was the last time you have received yields this high. 7%, 6% and 4%... these are much higher than any bank is offering now a-days.
If you are new to my post then let me share a little something with you. I'm sure you are looking at the chart and trying to figure out what all these numbers are and what they mean. The first few columns are self explanatory. The 5th column "20 DMA" is the 20 day moving average. No it is not the same as you get from other stock market websites. This was specifically designed by me and for my software. The "20 DMA" measures the stocks movement in direct coloration to the opening price. The next column "D.O.S." stands for "dividends on steroids", a trading strategy that I came up with after noticing some interesting and predictable movements in the stock price as the "EX-Date" approaches. "DD"" column is for double dividends, a relatively new strategy that I am experimenting with (sorry can't give to much info out on this one yet). "D/C str" is of course how this whole thing started, "Dividend Capture" Is a 412 year old strategy in which you buy the stock before the "EX-Date" and sell for small profit after the date of record. This allows you to "Capture" the dividend and then resell for small profit. I know there are a lot of you out there thinking this won't work because of the stocks tendencies to drop in price after dividend is paid.... And. You are right to some degree. However that is not the case with ALL DIVIDEND STOCKS. With over 3400 profitable companies this year, many dividend stocks will do exactly this. That is the main function of this software... to find which dividend paying stocks are most likely to rep
Are you looking for some good quality dividend stocks to buy today? First... before you buy anything, ask yourself. Why am I buying this stock? Are you wanting to collect the dividend? Do you think the stock will increase in value significantly? Are you wanting to add it to your portfolio and just hold on to it? I ask you again... why are you buying it?
I like to invest or monthly cash flow, I like to buy a dividend stock just before the ex-date, hold til after date of record collect the dividend then resell for small profit. I like to move on to the next stock and start over again. I keep collecting small profits and keep moving. Small profits add up over time to the tune of 20-40% Returns.
Just out of high school I decided to be self employed, after running a successful manufacturing business I had a problem of making more money than I knew what to do with. I started investing, after 23 years of investing I now want to share my strategy with a select few that want an extra edge in their own investing.