Our Dividend-Value Framework
There are thousands of publicly traded companies on various exchanges across the globe. Some are worthy of your hard-earned money, some ... not so much. To separate the good from the bad (not to mention the ugly), you need a value-identification system that isolates the companies that perform best in your preferred investment strategy.
As I laid out yesterday, at our shop we follow a dividend-value strategy that performs best with high-quality companies that tend to trade between repetitive boundaries of high and low dividend yield. In order to implement our strategy, then, we have to do two things: find a high-quality company, then identify its repetitive dividend yield pattern....305 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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