Source: Compustat via FactSet. Indexes are unmanaged, and one cannot invest directly in an index. Past performance does not guarantee future results.
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I’m glad you ask about the difference between stock recommendations and what DSR offers. DSR will provide you with example of real world portfolio models that are managed in real time. The site also provide several stock lists shown according pre defined metrics. In both cases, it’s up to the investor to do further research and make his/her own investment decisions. This site provides tools to save time and make your portfolio management easy. However, it is still up to you to make your investment decision.
Hi I’m relatively new to investing and would like to start with a small portion of funds to get started. (Around 1k or so). Would I benefit from starting this process with your DSR website? Thanks so much for your time.
I think you would definitely benefit from it. The “Baby Step” section include a eBook teaching the basics of dividend investing. Then, we have the real life starter portfolios (American and Canadian versions) including 4 stocks. As you grow your investments, you will benefit from our stock lists and stock ranking and you can continue your financial education through our bi-weekly newsletter.
Is the $149.50 an annual price and it does it includes the Dividend Stocks Rock? Can it be cancelled at any time?
yes, it’s the annual price to access to Dividend Stocks Rocks and all its features (portfolio models, newsletter, stock list, stock ranking, etc)
Hi Mike, been receiving and appreciating your emails for some time now, I would like to ask, can you assist in providing a sample portfolio for me. My wife and I are Canadian, in our early 50’s and would like to retire now by investing in dividend paying stocks. I have 1 million in a corporate account and 2 million in cash to invest 1/2 of which is in RRSP divided equally between my wife and I. I am somewhat familiar with the stock market but am afraid to invest at the present time since I fear there is another crash in the near future, we lost nearly 40% in 2008 and could not handle that stress again. Can…