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There is also another site that is useful for dividend investing

https://www.dripinvesting.org/tools/tools.asp

Howie52
Good luck.
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There is a dividend board here that you find help and ideas https://boards.fool.com/dividend-growth-investing-116719.asp...


Also, if you can find screening tools at a variety of places. Ask there, that would be a good start.

Lucky Dog
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A lot of people might screen by dividend yield (annual dividends paid out divided by stock price) to get a list of stocks that are high yielding relative to the price per share. That creates a nice group of stocks to start researching to see if the dividend yield is sustainable or not. For example, a company's stock price may have dropped a lot on expectation that the dividend will be cut. GE was an example of this. Gamestop is an example of a high yielding stock in a declining industry. That high yield won't be sustainable of cash flows drop.


Mike
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There is also another site that is useful for dividend investing

https://www.dripinvesting.org/tools/tools.asp

Howie52
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luck dawg,

do yourself a favor and head over to M1finance.com and learn how to create Pies and Slices. Also, YOUTUBE has tutorials to help.

M1finance is FREE invest in. Brokers charge a commish. FREE is better lack of a better word.

I myself have 3 pies with 10 socks (slices) in each pie. I have Stocks, XL's and my own REITS. I dump 250 to 500.oo in each Pie by checking off the third selection of what you want to do. At the top you should see "autoivest: on" click on it for now to select the third dial down. Then click on SAVE. You can always go back to he autoinvest : on. this way you are only adding money to an individual Pie. Now is there a slice with weakness, the money will be added to keep the pie well balances. For the beginning select equal balances for the whole pie. Later on, you can change it at any time.

and learn from this young man https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbta0n8i6Rljh0obO7HzG9A you can even copy his portfolio pies and then modify them.

https://tinyurl.com/yxucj9uy and you can click on his pies to see what he is currently holding.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1OJNaygQsWVmttIEePSyp... you can the make a copy of the spreadsheet and modify it to your progress and how you are doin.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDkT7dDW13fwBGm2jW7JVTw

something to ponder,

Quillnpenn -
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Quill,

Very articulate youngster. Fun video. Thanks for posting the link

My dislike of a dividend strategy has to do with where we are in the market cycle. Right now, stock prices are at historic highs when measured by Schiller's CAPE ratios (and also by the metric Hussmann uses). Thus, there is huge principal risk, just as there is right now in the bond market.

For how much longer will the Fed be able to prop up the stock market? That's the unknowable. But I'm not willing to buy a stock presently offering a 5%-6% div when I'm sure that its price will fall by at least 40% in the next downturn.

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