VIV is on the list of companies getting ready to pay out some profits in the form of a dividend check. Although their dividend payments over the last few years have been erratic, their yield this year is looking good at 4%. The yield may be nice but is it really a good candidate for the Dividend Capturing Strategy? IID, FUN, KO and a few other are here with some great yields too. A great yield is not always the best indicator for a stock investment.
If you are serious about finding some good investment advice. Ask yourself some hard questions and don't start anything until you answer those hard questions. 1. Why am I investing in the first place? 2. What are my 5 exit strategies before I buy any stock? 3. What type of commitment am I ready for? 4. Can I make a plan and stick to it? 5. Will greed get the best of me and my investing?
Dividend stock for this week is going to be one not many people ever heard of... UHT. Better known as UNIVERSAL HEALTH REALTY INCOME TRUST. UHT scores very well on our Dividend Stock Calculator for the Dividend Capturing Strategy and they do offer options for those of you that like that. Dividend Capturing is where you buy the stock before the Ex-date and sell for profit after date of record. UHT has a yield of 5.9%, Revenue is only $57 million. Stock volume is not that high, only 32k shares on average but that's not what we are looking for. We want to capture the dividend safely and move on to another stock. The dividend coming up is only 63 cents per share but this is one of those companies that have increased their dividend payout to investors for over 10 years. We are currently giving away one of our proprietary software programs, get yours now.
Dividend stocks for this week will have one that is a no-brainer. Johnson&Johnson has been in business for over 100 years. JNJ has also been on the Dividend Kings list for a few years. The Dividend Kings are that small group of companies that have consistently increased the dividend payment to their investors for a minimum of 50 years. 5 decades of increased dividend checks are what these investors are getting. There are 17 companies on this list. Most Dividend Kings are close to, if not over, 100 years old. Johnson&Johnson has a decent yield of 2.78% but even more impressive is that they have a great historical performance when it comes to Dividend Capturing. Let's break it down just a little bit... Household name, world wide brand recognition, 100+ years in business, increased dividends payments to shareholders for more than 50 years, decent Dividend Yield. What else could you want? If it is cash flow then you might want to think about joining our family of investors who look for cash flow with dividend stocks. Grab your free software and get started today.
McDonald's is your kind of place this week, MCD is on the Dividend Aristocrats list. That's right, McDonalds has been paying increased dividend payments to shareholders every year for the last 25 years. Year after year higher and high dividend checks. Isn't that what we are looking for, more money from our investments. 39 companies have scored over 90% on our dividend stock calculator. What does that exactly mean you? Dividend paying companies share a portion of the companies profits every quarter/ or every 90 days. Our calculator searches through 10 years of data and checks for the amount of times the companies stocks are profitable using one of our trading strategies. No-ones right all the time.... but... If a company has performed a certain way and the stock moved in right direction, 90% of the time. Well that's good enough for me. Of course I do look at the charts to make sure the trends is going in the correct direction.
Dividend Capturing is a simple strategy: Buy the stock before the Ex-date, Sell for small profit after date of record then just repeat the process. There are plenty of good quality companied to choose from. If you want to play it safe. Choose those companies from the Dividend Kings list: 17 companies that have all increased their payments to shareholders for a minimum of fifty (50) years.... 5 decades. Or how about the Dividend Aristocrats, 54 companies or Dividend Champions, 125 companies. Both of these list's combined have 179 companies that increased dividend payments to their shareholder for at least twenty five (25) years, a quarter of a century. Just these three list together (close to 200 companies) will give you the cream of the crop when it comes to dividend stock companies that continuously increase payments. With each company paying out every quarter, that would be close to 800 opportunities to collect some dividend checks.
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That's right AFL, better known as Aflac insurance. The duck people are on this weeks list of companies paying out dividends. WMT, MSEX, CSL and a few more on there too. Aflac scores an impressive 95% with our dividend stock calculator and looks to be a good candidate for us this week. Aflac is also on The Dividend Aristocrats list the companies have been paying out dividends and increasing their payments to investors for over 25 years. WMT scores even higher than AFL and is also on the dividend Aristocrats list. One stock that often gets over looked is EMR, Emerson Electric. They are not a house hold name and many people have never heard of them. So why do I mention them? They are on the Dividend Kings list, a small group of companies that have been handing out increasing larger dividend checks every years for a minimum of 50 years. Yes I said fifty years. Consistently increasing their payments to their shareholders.
This is just a small sample of what we do every week, we send out companies that have good chances for to pick up some dividend checks for some monthly cash flow. Come sign up for our dividend stock tips.
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.