The Dividend-Alarm monitors 396 Dividend-Stocks. 182 stocks generate an alarm signal.
There is currently no need for action for the remaining 214 stocks, which is why they are not listed or discussed in the reports.
In this report we discuss the development of the Dividend-Alarm indicator since the last signal reports and we list the current purchase signals and sales signals of the Dividend-Alarm.
The graphic on the right side is only an example graphic. The full and current chart of the Dividend-Alarm indicator can be found as usual on the Main page of the members area.
As long as the indicator values are between 40% and 60%, you should keep an eye on the Rebalancing Optionen to further optimize the return on your portfolio.
Important: At this point we would like to point out that the simple generation of a signal does not mean an immediate recommendation for action! A stock that has activated a buy signal may therefore not be bought blindly and immediately! The signal activation is only intended to indicate a rare event. Why this happened with a stock and whether the stock is actually worth buying or selling must first be clarified through own research.
Our interactive tables contain the following columns
Name: Here you can find the official name of the company.
Sector: A clear assignment of a sector is not always easy. We have therefore tried to select the most suitable sector.
Country: You are looking for stocks from a certain country? You can then use the country codes to filter individual countries.
Symbol: With the symbol you can quickly find the stock at your broker or other websites.
DK: DK is the name we use for the dividend continuity. This figure shows how many years a company has not reduced its dividend.
Signal Level: This value indicates how far a stock has already run into its signal. For more information on the Signal Level, see our Signal Level blog article.
Interval: The interval shows how often a company distributes its dividend each year. DIV12 = monthly, DIV1 = annual, DIV2 = semi-annual, DIV4 = per quarter
Dividend Yield: The dividend yield at the time the report is created.
You can sort the individual columns in descending or ascending order. To do this, you can enter any search terms in the search field and filter the results additionally.
You can also enter the name, the symbol of a share or other search terms directly into the search field (top right in the respective table). To select dividends aristocrats, enter * in the search field.
Due to the great interest, be included in future increasingly REITs with the list. These companies are marked with a °. If you type this character in the search field, all equations are listed.
Current buy signals:
Currently, the Dividend-Alarm covers 240 US stocks, of which 55 stocks are generating a buy signal at the moment. This puts them in a historically rare valuation range. Here it must now be examined whether the currently favourable valuation level is lucrative enough to make a start. To view the list of all US stocks, please enter the country code US1 in the search field of the table below
The list of the over 390 stocks currently monitored by the Dividend-Alarm also includes 67 dividend aristocrats. These are companies that have raised their dividends every year for at least 25 years. Currently 9 dividend aristocrats generate a buy signal. Due to the long and successful history, a closer look can definitely be worthwhile. In the table below, dividend aristocrats can be filtered with a * in the search field. These are the current dividend aristocrats with a buy signal:dividend aristocrats:
Besides the dividend aristocrats, there are other companies that attach importance to a high dividends continuity. The table column DK therefore indicates how many years a company has not reduced its dividend. All companies that have continued this continuity for more than 25 years are listed here:dividends continuity:
With the buy signals some industries are represented more strongly again and again. The more stocks within an industry generate a buy signal and more different industries are listed, the higher the chance of an early buy phase. In addition, it can be advantageous to bet on undervalued stocks from currently undervalued sectors. In this overview you can see which industries are currently over 40% and how high the change is compared to the last evaluation:sector distribution:
Globalplayer / BlueChips:
But even with the largest and most well-known companies worldwide, which should not be missing in any long-term portfolio, there are some hits at the moment. In the list you will find the companies with a buy signal, which we would classify (purely subjectively) into this category (Globalplayer / BlueChips). We have taken global companies with good dividend continuity (at least 10 years) and advanced signal level (15% and above).Globalplayer / BlueChips:
Statisik of buy signalsAnother interesting aspect: With 68% of all generated buy signals, a dividend yield (gross) over 4% is currently achieved. This offers significant potential for Dividenden-Rebalancing.
Current sell signals:
Of the 240 US stocks that the Dividend-Alarm is currently watching, 51 stocks are currently generating a sell signal. This puts them in a historically rare valuation range. Here it must now be examined whether the currently high valuation level is sufficient to be able to think about an exit. To view the list of all US stocks, please enter the country code US1 in the search field of the table below
Among the stocks monitored by the Dividend-Alarm are also 67 dividends aristocrats. These are companies that have raised their dividends every year for at least 25 years. Currently 17 dividend aristocrats generate a sell signal. Despite the long and successful dividend history to date, it can make sense to question the current high valuation. In the table below, dividends aristocrats can be filtered with a * in the search field. These are the current dividends aristocrats with a sell signal:dividend aristocrats:
As a rule, we want quality in our depot. In addition to the status of dividend aristocrats, dividend continuity is therefore an important criterion. The DK column therefore indicates how many years a company has not reduced its dividend. All companies with a sell signal and a dividend continuity of less than 10 years are listed here:dividends continuity:
With the sell signals, various industries are represented to varying degrees. The more stocks within an industry generate a sell signal and more different industries are listed, the higher the chance of an early sell phase. In addition, it can be advantageous to reduce the weighting of overvalued stocks from currently overvalued sectors in the portfolio. In this overview you can see which industries are currently over 35% and how high the change is compared to the last evaluation:sector distribution:
Globalplayer / BlueChips:
But even with the largest and most well-known companies worldwide , there are always candidates with above-average ratings. In the list you find the companies with a sell signal, which we would classify (purely subjectively) into this category (Globalplayer / BlueChips). We have taken account of globally active companies with less good dividend continuity (less than 10 years) and an advanced signal level (from 15%).Globalplayer / BlueChips:
Statisik of sell signalsAnother interesting aspect: With 69% of all generated sell signals, a dividend yield (gross) under 2% is currently achieved. If you have candidates for sale in your portfolio, it offers the Dividenden-Rebalancing Options to deal with.