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Some brokerages will provide data in their monthly statements showing for each position held in a customer's portfolio the estimated annual income based on the most current dividend rate. For example, against a position of 1000 shares of IBM at the present time it would show an income of $3,400. If you do not hold your portfolio at such a brokerage can you access the same or a similar income estimator somewhere else on the internet. and if so, where?

Any help would be gratefully received by the undersigned inveterate dividend investor

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