"Divi-X" Index vs DJIA

The "Divi-X" Index is comprised of the 29 stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average that paid a dividend when I wrote "The Dividend Times:  An Introduction to The "Divi-X" System."    Published in August of 2015, it tracked the results of every dividend paying security in the Dow since 2009-2010 using various methods used in the book and compared their results.  The results depicted in the chart above used the most conservative method in the book and the "Divi-X" Index is the continuation of those results to date.  The charts below show a more detailed look at the returns of each individual security in the "Divi-X" Index.



"Divi-X" Index vs 'Without' 

The "Divi-X" Index is comprised of 29 dividend paying securities of the Dow 30 from 2009 to date as featured in the book, "The Dividend Times: An Introduction to The "Divi-X" System."  Until December of 2015, the "Divi-X" Index was tracked on a monthly basis so we don't have daily information prior to December 2015 but you may view the previous five year performance of each security here.  It is now updated daily after 5 PM e.s.t. 

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"Divi-X" Outperformance

Shows how each security in the "Divi-X" Index is outperforming or underperforming since inception as of the close of the most recent trading day.  A negative number is not necessarily a negative return but a less than better return than 'Without "Divi-X."  You can see that "Divi-X" is outperforming in almost every instance.


Leverage Percentages

The 'Leverage Percentages' chart compares the original amount levered on each security and the current levered amount as of the close of the most recent trading day.  What you want to see is, that over time as the share price appreciates and the loan amount decreases, a continual decline in the 'Current Lev. %.'  As you can see, we are achieving that objective with every single security in the "Divi-X" Index.



Total Values

The chart to the left is a breakdown of what the total values consist of. The "Divi-X" system values and 'Without' started with the same cash value in the beginning.  The Ttl. Rtrns in green are "net" investment returns and do not include the original cash investment shown in blue.

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