Dividend Detective

Author/Editor: Harry Domash


Contains both free and paid listings of dividend-paying stocks of various stripes, paid service has portfolios and more research.

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CoolSoupy
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CoolSoupy
March 21, 2009 12:48 pm

Dividend Detective

A real time saver for those interested in a value portfolio.
They never try to sell you anything and you pay monthly for a long as you want.
Harry Domash is highly regarded among his piers.

Parry laird
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April 10, 2009 7:07 pm

Harry cuts out all the leg work for you. I downloaded all the various catagory information and it made a good basis to complete my DD on selected stocks, MLP’s etc. An excellent value!

Roy Dillow
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Roy Dillow
April 28, 2009 11:51 am
Began subscription after the “crash”. Liked Harry’s style and apparent commitment to his clients. Newsletter and condensed version of same are easy to read/use. He has had some big losers which he readily admits. Clearly he has not real insights as to what the market or a particular stock will do, but he pays attention to public and quasi public news and he really understands the fundamentals of a company. Low price and therefore one really has to do the homework to ensure a “buy” is wise. He also gives instruction/insights on the items he evaluates and how to calculate… Read more »
Jack
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January 5, 2010 7:24 pm

This is an excellent newsletter, especially for people who seek dividends from stocks. I really don’t have any complaints at all at this time. The research is thorough and the advice is sound. The fee is reasonable considering that you can get that and more back in dividends from the stocks.

Wayne Moore
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January 7, 2010 11:55 am
Harry Domash’s Dividend Detective service has made an important contribution to my investing success over the past 18 months of market volatility. I am retired and live almost entirely on my investment income. I also subscribe to The Motley Fool and Dividend.com. Dividend Detective has been the most useful to me; Motley Fool does too much marketing of their services and Dividend.com has been worthless. I have an investment strategy that I have developed myself, which uses the underlying economic theory of commercial real estate investing, which is that the only economically valid reason for investing in an asset is… Read more »
Dave Bigos
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Dave Bigos
January 18, 2010 2:15 pm
My 25 year career of assisting buyers and sellers with their real estate needs was wipe out because of the results of sub prime. I was not one of those big hitters I was a little guy who made a living helping families find their dream home. I was out of business and needed to replace my lost real estate income so I could provide for my family. I have been an individual investor for years but our portfolio was based on aggressive growth and not income. I needed a new investment strategy and education as to how to change… Read more »
Mike M
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Mike M
January 26, 2010 4:53 pm
I strongly recommend this service, both for accuracy and value for money. I gave two items 4 out of 5 stars simply because nobody gets it right all the time. And just giving everything 5 stars looks like a rubber stamp. I have subscribed to the service for well over three years and have found the service very useful in identifying dividend paying stocks, ETFs and Preferreds. I trade futures and options for a living and so needed something low risk and sensible for my retirement account. DD matched my requirements. Despite going through the March 2009 drop my retirement… Read more »
Dale
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Dale
January 26, 2010 5:33 pm

Simple but very informative service. A lot of good information on Dividend Stocks, MLP’s and Preferreds. I like the fact that they keep it simple and straightforward. Met Harry at the Money Show last year and signed up for his service and have been pleased since. Even his free service is solid and a good resource for any investor. Definately worth checking out.

Ron
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Ron
July 10, 2010 10:46 am

Cheap! Cheap! Cheap! for all the info you need to have to make a great portfolio of dididend paying stocks.

Russ G
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Russ G
July 12, 2010 3:03 pm

Dividend Detective is not flashy, but the quality and integrity of the information is excellent. As others have stated, it is also an excellent value and has a great track record.

Nathan
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Nathan
July 31, 2010 10:07 am
Dividend Detective is a good service for those looking at dividends. Harry covers stocks, etfs, Preferreds,closed in funds, bonds, trusts, etc….. Not just stocks. It has alot of useful information. After covering all the above listed items it then suggestd model portfolios for simplicity. It alos lits the ex-dividend date and highlights potential dividend capture sitautions. Harry’s recommendations do not go straight up, but he recaps every month the honest performance of all his recommendations whether they gained or lost each month. I have found some of the most helpful advise is from the coverage on monthly dividend paying etfs,… Read more »
Bill G
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Bill G
August 5, 2010 11:08 am

I like Harrys easy straight forward explanations and plain english . He explains closed end funds and MLPs with simple talk that brings the most complicated down to earth so all can understand. I have been a subscriber for almost a year. Anyone who is investing can benefit their selves with his value for the money monthly letter. Mr Domash is a seasoned investor who has bee around the block.

Wild about Harry
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Wild about Harry
August 18, 2010 2:50 pm
Thanks in large part to Harry, my portfolio is about 40% higher than the pre-crash high, AND I have access to a HANDSOME income stream monthly as well should I need access to it. This guy rocks. Obviously, nobody picks them all right. I use this as a starting point for my investments, then do some other screening. This place is a GREAT idea generator. I have made back the subscription price by a factor of many 1000s to one, and I have done it with lower than average market risk. Harry, if you read this, thank you from the… Read more »
Jerry D.
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Jerry D.
August 19, 2010 6:24 am

Have subscribed to DD for about 9 months and agree with the positive reviews here. Reiterating the other reviewers, the newsletter contains good investment income information at a very fair price.

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jacob
August 25, 2010 3:32 pm
I smell some Domash rats. No dividend newsletter s worth a damn. I found that out when I fell for getting this newsletter. Then I just did my own research and got better results because I didnt have any real losers unlike Domash. The information is all out there. Just check it JNJ DY = 3.8%, PGH DY = 8.5% etc. come on, how stupid are these reviewers. If a guy is published in the media, you know he is a clown. Save your money. The small dividends you get aren’t worth paying a price for a newsletter. Just check… Read more »
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G.H
November 6, 2010 3:10 pm

This is the right way to invest.No one bats one thousand but in world of hype and nonsense this method will keep you out of trouble.

Izzy
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Izzy
December 4, 2010 3:57 pm
This newsletter is a good value for those looking for dividend paying stocks. The review by Jacob dated 8/25/10 is nonsense, and the reviewer Jacob is a schmuck. What Harry provides isn’t simply a list of stocks with high dividends. Any clown could do that by using a simple stock screening program. These are equities where not only is the payout safe (i.e. the company earns enough to sustain the dividend) but the company also isn’t a classic value trap destined to continually drop in price in the future. Rather, these are dividen paying situations where Harry thinks there may… Read more »
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Chicao Trader
December 9, 2010 2:07 pm
This is a real find. A treasure trove of information which is perfect for income investors. I am a new subscriber and so I cant discuss performance yet. But I do have one big concern: no buy prices. How is the average Joe out there supposed to know when to buy? Fortunately I am an experienced technician and can determine good entry prices. But most of the subscribers are probably at a disadvantage. In summary, I wish I had found this newsletter years ago. And you cant beat the price for the information received-its a huge bargain. Also, I wish… Read more »
Bob Beck
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December 12, 2010 10:49 pm

It’s making me money

Chris In Delaware
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Chris In Delaware
January 7, 2011 8:11 am

This site is a real ‘find’. It paid for itself with just ONE of the recommendations it offered me. I purchased a stock that had just announced a special one-time dividend and within 2 months, I’d profitted by an amount that will pay for Dividend Detective for about 50 years! Well written without any bluster or breathlessness. Ihe web carries alot of ‘noise’ regarding stock picking…. this site cuts through the bull to offer serious direction if you’re seeking high dividends and stability.

Gary
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Gary
March 16, 2011 7:29 am

Anyone who thinks they can trust liberals just doesn’t realize they like these boring stocks.

John T3
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John T3
April 7, 2011 1:38 pm
For quite a while, I have used Dividend Detective to find stocks with consistant high dividends. Periododicaly, when I have funds to commit to the market, I take a list of stock from the site, then do my own research using Morningstar, Standard & Poors, WSJ and other sources to verify the PE, consistancy of dividends, growth of earnings, etc. By weeding out stocks that do not meet my tests, I can pick the ones to buy. I could not use this selection process if it weren’t for the lists of dividend payers at Dividend Detective. The cost is very… Read more »
Bruce Anderson
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April 30, 2011 9:24 am

Dear Friends,

Harry does a fantastic job… I have not found anything that comes close to offering the information included in Dividend Detective. His information is accurate and timely. Moreover, he’s made me a lot of money I would not have made without this online publication. The monthly cost is very, very reasonable and I highly recommend that you take him up on the first month promotion and see for yourself. You will not be disappointed I promise!!

Dave
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Dave
June 21, 2011 9:04 pm
When seeking professional stock advice, the question isn’t so much who’s the better stock guru, rather, the question is, who do you trust? I’ve been burned by “professional” stock brokers and their lame mutual fund products. I’ve been in two 401K mutual funds with powerhouse Wall Street brokers who were asleep at the switch as their funds lost 50%. The major Wall Street investment firms are much more concerned with making money for themselves than the individual Main Street investor. Even worse, many Wall Street investment firms are blinded by greed, so much so that they make questionable investments with… Read more »
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victor parker
September 28, 2011 5:05 am

Dividend Detective is the only investment adviser newsletter I am comfortable with especially true as the markets have fluctuated so unpredictably. My personal view is that the market will behave much as Japan’s market has, bouncing up and down withing a somewhat wide range. Dividend Detective has been very helpful in suggesting dividend stocks and other income securities that secure a reasonable yield.

doug nashif
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doug nashif
October 15, 2011 3:41 pm

Great newsletter for building and managing a dividend portfolio. Harry has years of experience and even answers his own emails! Will be a subscriber for as long as he publishes.

mike king
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April 26, 2012 3:50 am
/* Used the Dividend Detective free service for quite a while before giving in and buying the premium service. I shouldn’t have waited so long. This is a no nonsense guide to profitable investing that works. No wasted moves, no hidden agendas. Just super value information that I didn’t have to wait for. No plugging into other websites or listening to those boring web broadcasts that promise all but give nothing. Here I am treated like an adult. I never got pressured into going for the premium(though I still got a lot of premium content) but am happy I took… Read more »
Lynda
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Lynda
September 15, 2012 11:33 am
Harry, I am a very small investor who has spent precious money on various angencies’ ‘reports’ which turned out to be old news(the buy-up-to was already met/exceeded by the time the report goes public and is purchased), too complicated to utilize, or the recommendation turned out to require more of a minimum amt than I had to invest! I love your Teaser Picks Revealed-I learn so much. Recently read Street Authority’s teaser on BDCs and private equity companies; that ‘made Mitt Romney rich” etc. I’d hate to lose another $40 purchasing this info. Have you seen these reports? And in… Read more »
jim goldstein
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October 8, 2012 12:12 pm

A recent subscriber. I am already impressed by the amount of useful information available. This is a subscription service for those looking for dividiends and income plays. Glad I subscribed.

hegeliancatallactics
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hegeliancatallactics
February 4, 2014 1:53 am
I had search hard to find Dividend Detective. Twice! First a few months before March 11th 2009 when I had to present to several investor friends what was going to happen in the market – here are my notes if you want for the presentation – ~ 600 pages for a 5 hr seminar. http://www.adrive.com/public/7vfnej/Final Draft.zip – 60/60 winners though some had to be dumped like some shipping etc when they got unstable. – Anyways at the time I got at least 50% of my picks from Harry’s hard work. I saw the market positioning then (It is all in… Read more »
tomray
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tomray
August 25, 2014 11:08 pm

Harry is great , his newsletter is suited to the buy and hold investor with dividend income. I have emailed him a few times and he always got back to me.
kicked but on the other news letter i subscribe to dividend lab and is far more affordable, less trading and better picks avoid dividend lab and subscribe to Harrys dividend detective you will be glad you did
tom ray

D. Sid Coy
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October 15, 2016 3:26 pm

Recently began looking at stock purchase. Marijuana came up as a good investment. Also Lithium batteries. Where can I find the info to guide to the best of the two?

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