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Thank you for your interest in the Dividend-Alarm strategy. On our site and in our numerous explanatory articles you have already become acquainted with a large part of the individual components of the Dividend-Alarm strategy. Do you want to understand and learn more about the Dividend-Alarm and our strategy? Subscribe to our newsletter now and receive a step-by-step email series with examples, texts and graphics. Even with “boring companies” you can achieve great returns. Subscribe to the newsletter now and find out how it works.

Now you certainly want to know how the Dividend-Alarm strategy works in practice. That’s exactly what we did back then. We wanted to test our theoretical strategy in practice.

In order to give you a better insight, we have scrutinized individual stocks and checked how we would have traded them using the Dividend-Alarm signals.

Since the articles are very extensive and also have numerous graphics and charts, we have packed them into a small e-mail series.

Every two days we will send you one of the extensive articles and you can get an idea of our strategy. To activate the free e-mail dispatch, you only need to enter your e-mail address. If you don’t want to receive e-mails from us anymore, you can unsubscribe at any time.

However, we believe that you will enjoy our Dividend-Alarm strategy and we are looking forward to welcoming you soon in the circle of our members.

So that you know what to expect in our small e-mail series, we can give you here a first and short extract of the individual contents.

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Subscribe to the Dividenden-Alarm Newsletter now, start with the short introductory series and get to know our strategy.

Subscribe to our newsletter and you will receive a small series of four further emails. We explain step by step and with real examples how we beat the market and achieve great results with the Dividend-Alarm strategy. To start, you will receive the article about the Grainiger company. Even with this relatively unspectacular business model, great returns can be achieved. In addition, at irregular intervals you will receive exclusive articles with illustrative examples to implement the Dividend-Alarm strategy even better.

How has the Dividend-Alarm paid off so far? This is one of the most frequently asked questions to readers interested in Dividend-Alarm. Using the WW Grainger stock as an example, we would like to break down the strong results for you with real figures.

WW Grainger is a dividends aristocrat and in the past, with the help of Dividend-Alarm strategy it was possible to trade 2x the stock. Both times, a three-digit return was achieved.

But our calculations have also shown something interesting. Would it have made sense to hold the WW Grainger stock as a buy & hold investment in the long term? You’ll be as surprised as we are? Because with Buy & Hold you would only have achieved below-average returns for many years. With the Dividend-Alarm strategy, you would have invested exclusively in the lucrative phases.

That sounds crazy, but read the article first. Then you will understand why we are so successful with our Dividend-Alarm strategy.

In our second practical example, we take a look at the Altria share – the best share in the world. We will show you why you would have had the opportunity to deposit Altria shares in your custody account three times since 2000.

However, one of the rarest options to think about selling Altria shares has recently been found. NEVER, with the exception of 1992 and only for 7 days there, Altria was able to achieve a higher valuation according to the dividend alarm method than in 2017.

We are therefore looking into the question of when we would sell our Altria stocks.

Even if you have fallen for the buy & hold strategy and have never learned to sell your stocks. Read the Altria article and you will understand why we couldn’t help but sell our Altria stocks.

© currahee_shutterIn addition to individual signals from stocks, the interaction with the dividend alarm indicator is also very important. Especially when a buy phase (indicator) and a buy-signal (stock) come together, the best investment opportunities arise.

And because these scenarios are rare, it is all the more important to have enough cash in the back of your hand.

In our third article, we would like to show you how we practically entered the oil stocks at the low for the last few years. To this end, we have taken a look at the charts of Royal Dutch Shell and BP and have drawn in the buying phase of the Dividend-Alarm indicator.

You think the window of time would have been too short to act here? No, not at all, because the buying phase lasted almost 8 weeks. So you would have had enough time to think about which oil stocks or other dividends stocks you want to include in your portfolio.
Eight weeks are eight weekends and more than one could take annual leave. The time would have been more than enough to take a few hours on 56 days to build up his assets. Therefore, there can be no excuses, especially for long-term investors.

What else can you expect in our small e-mail series?

In the last e-mail we would like to introduce you to our actual member reports. You have already seen what the Dividend-Alarm indicator looks like here on our site.

Every week, each Wednesday, we publish the signal evaluations and rebalancing options for our Dividend-Alarm members.

These reports can be accessed via the member area. So that you can get a clear picture of our reports, we have released two older reports for you.

That’s what it should have been for the time being in our short e-mail series. Subscribe to our newsletter now and receive a step-by-step email series with examples, texts and graphics. Even with “boring companies” you can achieve great returns. Subscribe to the newsletter now and find out how it works.

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Subscribe to the Dividenden-Alarm Newsletter now, start with the short introductory series and get to know our strategy.

We hope that you will get an even better insight into our approach and decide to apply the Dividend-Alarm strategy in the long term.

The last part of the e-mail series tells you, why you should stay loyal to our newsletter as a non-member.