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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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.