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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 reasonable for the tremendous saving in research time it provides.

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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 your money, i.e. bundled subprime mortgage-backed securities. Another thing that annoys me about the greed-driven stock game is frantic cable TV stock experts who say, “buy, buy, buy,” and never follow-up to tell you when to “sell, sell, sell” like Harry does. Knowing when to sell is a 1000 times more important than knowing when to buy. I think 7% return on a boring stock is ok, especially when stingy banks are giving you 1-3% return on your money and the economy sucks overall. New investors flock to marquee companies, like Microsoft, but those stock prices are commonly flat with a paltry or no dividend for you, technically part owner of their company. Commission brokers always have the temptation of moving you in and out of dead end stocks. Harry is great at delivering a wide spectrum of stock choices. I endorse Harry Domash and Dividend Detective primarily because his patient and conservative investment philosophy matches mine. As a part-time investor, I do not have the time to devote or the money to risk on highly speculative and volatile trendy stocks or options. If you don’t practice stock fundamentals every day, they go in one ear and out the other. Everyone wants to buy the next Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (whatever that is)? Good luck, my friend, don’t we all!

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victor parker
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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.

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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 the plunge. I didn’t get anything for writing this except satisfaction ! Thank you.

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