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They are written: - for those: who have never invested. - for investors who have lost money in the stock market. - for those who fear outliving their life savings. - for those who fear the next stock market crash. American High Dividend Handbook provides investors with useful charts covering all 286 common stocks traded on the New York Stock Exchange and the NASDAQ paying dividends of 3.5% or more. These easy-to-read charts are sorted by score, share price, dividend yield percent and alphabetically. They make it easy to find the strongest high dividend candidates for your portfolio. Having made your selection, you now go to the unique page for each of your chosen stocks to further assess their strength. On this page you review a 20 year summary of each stock's share prices and dividend payments to confirm that they have increased steadily, year-after-year, even during market crashes.
As a final step, just prior to buying the stocks, you can rescore the stocks with the FREE stock scoring software (see more below) that is emailed, on request, to those who have bought the book. This confirms there have been no significant risk changes since the stocks was scored in September of 2021.
In the next stock market crash you will not panic because you know that despite all share prices dropping that the dividends of your stocks have always been paid through market crashes and that their share prices have always recovered and achieved new record highs. You will live on your regular dividend payments until the inevitable recovery. Unlike speculative stocks, a portfolio of financially strong companies that pays high dividends never stops growing. It has three verifiable revenue flows: (1) The regular monthly or quarterly dividend payouts (2) The ever-increasing dividend amounts being paid out . (3) The ever-increasing share prices. 97% of speculators are said to lose money in the stock market, trying to buy low and sell high. No one can accurately predict future share prices. Speculators only control share prices, they do not control a company's profits. The managers of the company control profits and profits are predictable. DIVIDENDS ARE PAID FROM PROFITS!
CANADIAN HIGH DIVIDEND HANDBOOK
When you have compiled your list of the best financially strong, high dividend paying stocks, you then go to each stock's unique page tfurther confirm their strength. . This includes checking the trend of their share prices and dividend payments over the last twenty years. To verify that no significant risk changes have occurred since the stocks were scored in May of 2021, you can re score them with the free stock scoring software that is emailed to you on you request after buying the book. No longer will you be buying stocks because of market hype, rumours or just because some advisor has recommended them. You will understand what you have bought and why you bought it. In the next market crash, you will relax, live off your regular dividend payments and wait for the speculators to come their senses and invest in financially strong dividend stocks which always recover from crashes.
SAFER BETTER DIVIDEND INVESTING
As with all his investment books, to insure that investors have the most up-to-date score before ordering a stock, Ian emails readers, on request, a FREE copy of his STOCK SCORING SOFTWARE. The book also contains answers to 128 questions that Ian had received from investors over the last year. Such questions as: How does the Great Depression 1929 compare to the 2020 recession?Why do so many investors not trust investment advisors?Do you see Tesla as an overpriced stock?Is it too late to start investing at 35? What are some lies stockbrokers tell themselves? In addition to the 628 U.S. stocks, Ian also provides a list of all 199 Canadian high dividend common stocks traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange. They are sorted the same 4 ways as the US data but with an added enhancement. The 4 lists not only display the current score but for trending purposes he includes last year's score from his first investment book published a year earlier. Safer Better Dividend Investing is a great reference book for those comparing stocks scored during the Covid 19 pandemic to current score