Dividend-Alarm Strategy

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What is the Dividend-Alarm and what is it not?

What is the Dividend-Alarm StrategyThe Dividend-Alarm can be used to determine when the market is in a buy phase or in a sell phase. The goal is to wait for these market phases and then act on stocks that generate a signal.

The Dividend-Alarm is practically a stock scanner or signal service for buy and hold investors. He monitors numerous dividend stocks and filters out the stocks that have generated a previously defined signal. The signals are calculated using historical ratings.

The evaluations will be published weekly. The articles with the evaluations are visible to all blog readers. Only the important details (tables, names and data of the shares, etc.) can be seen by the Dividend-Alarm members.

What isnt the Dividend-Alarm StrategyThe Dividend-Alarm is not a stock market letter which views individual stocks fundamentally or in technical terms. There are also no trade recommendations. There is no live view with flashing rates, no daily and automatically updating evaluations or individual stock reviews.

The evaluations only list the stocks that generate a signal (buy or sell). All other dividends stocks that do not generate a signal are not discussed because there is no need for action from the point of view of the dividend alert strategy.

The results of the evaluations do not deprive the members of the decision to independently derive decisions for their own deposit.

For whom is the Dividend-Alarm suitable?

The Dividend-Alarm strategy is aimed primarily at active investors who have already gained their experience in the capital markets and are having a hard time assessing when a stock is priced low or high. The Dividend-Alarm indicator helps to assess the right market momentum and the signals help to find the right stocks. You should only buy shares if there is an undervaluation – because the purchase is the profit.

For working readers and investors who have little time to accumulate wealth and search for dividend stocks, ideally, the analysis of the dividend alert is a good idea. The time savings are enormous, because the members can see at a glance which stocks are currently generating a signal and which stocks are not. So, one can concentrate directly and exclusively only on the important dividend stocks.

For typical Buy & Hold investors, there is the chance to sell or at least think about stocks close to their tops as well as lucrative entry points. Otherwise, one can of course only concentrate on the buy signals and avoid shares that generate a sales signal.

Investors who think they must invest constantly, prefer to trade short-term than invest in the long term or are able to assess the market very well and value their own stocks, for which the Dividend-Alarm strategy is not suitable!

If you’re trying to track most of the blue chips in your portfolio and want to be notified when a stock is historically cheap or expensive, the Dividend Alarm is a great support for you. We monitor over 350 stocks worldwide (with focus on USA, Europe and Asia).

Here you get to the over 350 stocks we monitor for you.

How does the Dividend-Alarm strategy work?

The Dividend-Alarm strategy will help you with two important decisions that are important on the stock market. With the Dividend-Alarm Indicator, you can find out when the market has reached a low entry level or even if it is at a top. Only then you should make transactions – no matter as a buyer or as a seller.

In the next step, it is important to know which dividend stocks qualify for the respective phase. In the analysis of the Dividend-Alarm signals every week all stocks are listed, with which a corresponding valuation level was calculated.

The signal thresholds are about the historical valuations of individual stocks that are rarely achieved. Particularly for companies that have been continuously pursuing their business models for many decades and maintain their dividend policy, it is very easy to calculate striking points for entrances or exits.

The better a company has been rated in the past (within a certain range) and has paid out its dividends on a continuous basis, the more accurately we can calculate the signal thresholds. Companies that put little quality into their payout policy can also be rated more difficult accordingly.

The individual signal thresholds for buying or selling are different for each stock. A Colgate Palmolive stock is already interesting at a signal. The General Electric stock is not interesting at this point.

If the indicator has determined a buy phase at the same time as a buy signal for a stock, one must assume that some blood-red phases prevail on the markets. Not everyone would buy stocks in such situations. Therefore, it is helpful to focus on a rational and well-defined system. This offers you the Dividend-Alarm strategy.

Dividend-Alarm in practice

Why a stock generates a signal must always be checked and questioned in individual cases. The principle of Dividend-Alarm strategy works the more accurately the more qualitative and continuous a company pays its dividend.

Therefore, we personally prefer companies that have a very high market capitalization as well as an exceptionally good dividend history.
On the one hand, these are dividend aristocrats who have raised their dividends every year for more than 25 years. But even companies that have not lowered their dividend for many decades are very popular for us.

To better understand the Dividend-Alarm strategy in practical application, we have written extensive and explanatory articles for you.

You’ll find out in articles about companies like WW Grainger, Altria and many other, how we found interesting entries and what performance including dividend payouts is possible with this countercyclical approach was.

Based on real numbers and automatically generated buy signals and sell signals, we have listed in the individual articles, how to achieve three-digit total returns with such long-term investments.

To not be killed by the many content, we have packed the articles into a small e-mail series. If you sign up for our free newsletter, we’ll send you a few emails in the coming weeks to help you understand the strategy.

Take the time to understand how we go about it. You will notice how easily you can implement this strategy for yourself.
Finally, you also can order your membership so that we can collectively find dividend pearls and act anticyclically in the future.