The Dividend Times:  An Introduction to The “Divi-X” System

Effortlessly Increase Your Returns on Stocks You’re Already Buying

This is not another book telling you that investing in ‘dividend paying securities’ is better for you in the long-term.  Chances are that you have already read enough of those books and already know that.  “The Dividend Times:  An Introduction to The “Divi-X” System,” unlike anything you have probably read before, takes ‘dividend investing’ to a whole new level.

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Before I tell you what you’ll learn, let’s take a look at what “Divi-X” has done:

Boeing Co (BA)     100 shares     Purchase Date: 09/23/11     Purchase Price: $60.51     Dividend Yield: 2.78%

Without “Divi-X” With “Divi-X”
Cash Paid $6,051.00 $4,931.00
5YR Returns 140.62% 165.54%
5YR Cash Value  $11,864.77 $13,093.63

AT&T (T)     100 shares     Purchase Date: 09/23/11     Purchase Price: $28.52     Dividend Yield: 6.03%

Without “Divi-X” With “Divi-X”
Cash Paid $2,852.00 $1,705.33
5YR Returns 76.23% 106.71%
5YR Cash Value  $3,005.26 $3,525.06

These are not typos.  “Divi-X” is actually yielding higher cash/percentage returns on smaller cash investments.

Let’s take a look at it another way, where we use the same cash investment amount for both:

Merck & Co. Inc. (MRK)     Purchase Date: 09/23/11     Purchase Price: $32.70     Dividend Yield: 5.14%

Without “Divi-X” With “Divi-X”
Cash Paid $5,000.00 $5,000.00
5YR Returns 119.37% 165.46%
5YR Cash Value  $10,968.40 $13,272.79

Notice, that these examples are all DOW components.  Just about every American owns these securities in their retirement accounts already, whether they know it or not.  And, before you make the assumption that I just gave examples of the best performers, I would like to point out that, of the 29 DOW components that paid dividends for at least the five year test period (Sept. 2011 to Sept. 2016), “Divi-X” outperformed on 26 of those 29 for a 90% success rate.  And what of the three that underperformed?  Two underperformed less than one half of one percent and the worst, led by IBM, was five percent.

As always, past performance is not an indicator of future performance, but we also ran the DOW components through the “Divi-X” System for the period of April-May 2009 to April-May 2014, and out of the twenty-nine DOW components that paid dividends at the time, “Divi-X” outperformed on 27 of those 29 securities (Cisco didn’t pay dividends), for an overwhelming 93% success rate.  The two “Divi-X” underperformers were Goldman Sachs (19.30% to 18.40%) and Intel Corporation (12.41% to 9.37%).  It’s probably also worth noting that these results are based on the most conservative use of the “Divi-X” System featured in the book.

Here’s a sample of what you will learn in “The Dividend Times:  An Introduction to ‘The “Divi-X” System”:

 

  • How to set up your existing brokerage account to make these types of investments (your account may already be eligible or in many cases, it’s just a simple phone call to your broker)
  • How ridiculously easy the “Divi-X” System is
  • The long-term effects of using various methods provided by the “Divi-X” System and using the “Divi-X” System to complement your risk tolerance
  • How making one conscious decision when you place your ‘BUY’ order can make all the difference between a good investment and an outstanding investment (or a bad investment and a horrible investment. “Divi-X” does not exempt you from bad decisions)
  • Using the “Divi-X” System to accommodate your own investment style (low-risk, high-risk; short-term, long-term)
  • How your broker is unintentionally, not showing you the true picture of your investment results. You could actually be holding your worst performers and selling your best performers.
  • D.R.I.P.’ing with “Divi-X”
  • Dividend Re-investing (not the same as D.R.I.P. ‘ing) with “Divi-X”
  • How losers can actually be winners (I actually devote a sub-chapter on winning stocks using the “Divi-X” System that have actually declined in value)
  • Measure risk that you can control
  • And much, much more

 

What the “Divi-X” System is not:

                        The “Divi-X” System can bring you some surprising results but it is not a get-rich quick scheme.  Your results are only as sound as your investments and even then, subject to market conditions.

Conclusion:

                        I’m very proud to be able to bring this book to you.  Over the years, I have utilized the techniques in this book to acquire income producing assets and real estate that have provided me with a generous livelihood.  With the equivalent of seven years of research devoted to developing this system, I believe that I have successfully applied those techniques to investing in dividend paying securities and are currently reaping the benefits of those efforts with above average returns in my own investments.

 

Disclaimer:

In my opinion, I believe that I have painted a pretty attractive picture about my book.  I try not to sensationalize because I know that people are putting hard-earned money in the market in hopes of a better future and I don’t want to lead you into the impression that my book is the equivalent of magic beans.  Even if I was, it’s important to remember that Jack risked his life climbing up that bean stalk.  Now, the stakes aren’t quite as high when using the “Divi-X” System, but caution and due diligence is always highly recommended when making any investment.

As with any investment, there is risk involved.  Results are not guaranteed.  Your principal is subject to loss.

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