How It Works

The Divi-X system utilizes additional purchase power through the use of dividends on securities you would like to invest in.

Past Performance

I could show you literally hundreds (many of which are posted on this site), if not thousands, of examples of how “Divi-X” managed to improve the returns of many different types of securities that are publicly traded in its respective markets.  But for now, I would like to focus your attention on just one; the SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF (Ticker: DIA).  The reason I chose this particular security is because it’s an index fund.  Those of you that invest in index funds usually do so because they invest in a large swath of stocks allowing you diversification and because they mirror an index (minus fees) they require very little of your time.  You might also be surprised to know, that using the “Divi-X” system is almost just as simple.

Below is a comparison performance chart of (DIA) vs the Dow Jones Industrial Average from January 2009 to November 2017.

Fig. 1

Notice how both the Dow Jones and (DIA) look almost exactly identical?  Since January 2009 to date, they both have performed a very nice 161% (+ or -) in share performance alone, or an annual average of 17.89%.

Short-Term

Over the last nine years, since January 2009, Divi-X would have managed to help (DIA) improve its returns on an annual basis, seven out of the last nine years.  If you had purchased shares of (DIA) at the beginning of the year and then sold those shares at the end of every year, (DIA) using “Divi-X” would have outperformed (DIA) alone for seven of the last nine years.

             
 

Annual Performance for DIA

     
   

DIA

 

DIA w/Divi-X

Difference

2009

 

20.18%

 

24.04%

 

3.86%

2010

 

12.46%

 

14.08%

 

1.62%

2011

 

7.08%

 

6.87%

 

-0.21%

2012

 

12.74%

 

13.93%

 

1.19%

2013

 

25.19%

 

29.39%

 

4.20%

2014

 

10.43%

 

10.92%

 

0.49%

2015

 

0.06%

 

-1.50%

 

-1.56%

2016

 

16.08%

 

18.05%

 

1.97%

2017 YTD

 

21.40%

 

24.34%

 

2.94%

Fig. 2

Individually, each year’s difference in returns may not seem that significant, but cumulatively, they paint a nicer picture.

 

Annual Performance for DIA

     
   

DIA

 

DIA w/Divi-X

Difference

 

Total

125.62%

 

140.12%

 

14.50%

 

Ann Avg

13.96%

 

15.57%

 

1.61%

Fig. 3

Now imagine, you purchase $10,000 worth of (DIA) shares and I purchase $10,000 worth of (DIA) using “Divi-X.”  Every year, like clockwork, we buy our $10,000 in shares at the beginning of the year and then sell those shares at the end of every year.  I do no more than you and I do no less than you and at the end of those nine years, your $10,000 investment bloomed into a respectable $22,562.00, earning you 125.62% on your investment.  Meanwhile, my $10,000 of (DIA) using “Divi-X” managed a rosier 140.12% return making my $10,000 investment worth $24,012.00.  A $1,450.00 difference for doing almost exactly what you did.

Long-Term

But wait, it gets much, much better.  Notice that, while both of our returns were not bad, they did not fare as well as the Dow Jones Industrial Average’s 161% (Fig. 1) return over the same period.  Why is that?  We did not hold our investment for the long-term.

In the short-term, I myself have managed to garner returns in excess of a stock’s actual returns as high as 60% to more than 135% in just a few months on more than one occasion using the “Divi-X” system.  However, over the long-term is when “Divi-X” really shines.

Sticking with our (DIA) shares (I’ll let you use “Divi-X” this time), let’s see how our $10,000 investments compare if we purchased our (DIA) in January of 2009 and held them to date (currently November 25th, 2017).

 

Cumulative Annual Performance for DIA

   
 

DIA

Ann Avg

DIA w/Divi-X

Ann Avg

Ttl Diff

Avg. Diff

2009

20.18%

20.18%

24.04%

24.04%

3.86%

3.86%

2010

34.84%

17.42%

40.94%

20.47%

6.10%

3.05%

2011

43.99%

14.66%

50.80%

16.93%

6.81%

2.27%

2012

61.20%

15.30%

71.39%

17.85%

10.19%

2.55%

2013

98.63%

19.73%

118.67%

23.73%

20.04%

4.01%

2014

117.64%

19.61%

142.13%

23.69%

24.49%

4.08%

2015

117.76%

16.82%

141.21%

20.17%

23.45%

3.35%

2016

148.78%

18.60%

181.11%

22.64%

32.33%

4.04%

2017 YTD

195.42%

21.71%

241.93%

26.88%

46.51%

5.17%

Fig. 4

Looks like we both did much better than (DIA)’s returns of 161% (Fig. 1).  If you look at my returns of 195.42% (I let you use “Divi-X” in this example, remember?), they outperformed Fig. 1 by around 34.42%.  Why the difference?  Nine years of dividends is why.  Final tally for me makes my $10,000 worth $29,542.00.  That makes me happy but you have got to be ecstatic!

After our identical journey together, you reaped a hefty $24,193.00 in returns for a total worth of $34,193.00!  A full $4,651.00 more than me!  Just for investing in the same stock I did!  How did you manage to do so well?  Why did you outperform so handily?  Well, I don’t want to give it all away, but one of the reasons is because you’re earning a higher dividend yield than me.

Fig. 5

In the first few years, it looked like I had a sizable advantage over you, but as time passed, and (DIA)’s dividends kept getting bigger it allowed you and “Divi-X” to pass me.  That trend would continue as long as you held your shares and (DIA) continued to raise its dividends.

If You Want to Learn More

Well friend, with your new-found wealth provided by “Divi-X,” you are now able to purchase 585 copies ($4,651 ÷ 7.95) of my book for you, your friends, and loved ones.  Just click the banner below to order from Amazon.com and many happy returns.

Results are varied and not guaranteed.  You may lose principal.  Do your own due diligence before making any investment.

The Dividend Times: An Introduction to The "Divi-X" System

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