Discussion in 'Stock Market' started by william the wie, Apr 23, 2018.
I want rapid reinvestment in my portfolio.
/----/ Someone posted a link for monthly dividends last week. Maybe if you did a search you could find it. They may have a newsletter.
Chuck is an honest broker but there is a fee/discount cycle in DRIPs/DIPs which is why I got out of that market a decade ago. He can be trusted, company management trusted but the trustee/clearing houses not so much
I believe that was me. I can find two updated annually lists but no newsletters. That is frustrating because there is huge turnover in the monthly dividends. For example, of my Beta>1 and either a minimum yield of 8% or 5 years of dividend growth something like 5-10% of those are monthly dividend stocks not listed by either of the sites I use. And 10-15% who made the annual lists are not monthly dividend stocks any more. This kind of crap is also frustrating.
/----/ My nephew found a oil shipper that paid 30% dividends a year. It lasted for about 16 months before it al crashed. Watch these carefully because interest rates are rising and could affect yields.
I like this guy- he has a newsletter you can subscribe to- Retirement Strategy: Waiting For Some Good Buys? Here Are A Few - The Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE:PG) | Seeking Alpha
I also love this 7.4% yielding CEF.
JFR Analysis & News - Nuveen Floating Rate Income Fund | Seeking Alpha
I use the dividend challengers criteria for most of my purchases but I suspect I should use it exclusively and avoid contango.
Nice website but since Cell very politely pointed out that one of the two ways I screen could blow up in my face I have decided that I should stick to dividend contenders since I can do that for free and some of them will graduate to Challengers or even Champions that will also include all Aristocrats and Achievers as well and I can increase my number of monthly dividends and number of round lots in the monthly dividend contenders too.
THANK YOU ALL.
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