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Henry Hall
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Henry Hall

I am very satisfied with this service which has taught me a lot about dividend investing although I am a complete novice

Bill
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Bill

I have been burned in the past so I am always leery of being taken. Just curious to see if you are still satisfied.

Donna
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Donna

So far I’m very pleased with the Dividend Hunter service. Tim’s picks are helping my investments greatly. I have also emailed questions and have received a timely response

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Rudy
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Rudy

How much per trade is Tim asking you to put up?

Ada
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Ada

I just joined The dividend Hunter, I am surprise that I didn’t get anything from them, there is a webinar at six that I want to watch, I hope I get some response. Anybody know his phone number?

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pds2017
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pds2017

Hey ADA the number I have is (212)566-6100

Chuck Burton
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Chuck Burton

Tim has great reasons for his choices, but he often recommends stocks which are weak and in downtrends. It would seem better to wait until the downtrend is apparently over before buying such stocks. If 50 day line is below 200 day line, I am not interested unless both are turning up. Why buy a loser? He also ignores some stocks that seem to fit his parameters. Should as least tell us why. But I mostly like the service.

J.R
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I believe you miss the whole point of dividend investing for INCOME vs. GROWTH.

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jvsaputo7
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yeh! I get it you are looking at the dividends BUT if the stock goes down you have to calculate your loss verse the dividend payed out, don’t you? If not what am I not seeing here?

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TraderNan
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The dividend is paid out per shares you own per qtr. Your yield is based on the price per share that you paid when you bought stock. The higher the stock price goes from the time of purchase, the lower your yield will be.

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Linda Joseph
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Linda Joseph

“The higher the stock price goes from the time of purchase, the lower your yield will be.” I don’t think this is right. Rather, the higher price you pay for the stock, the lower your yield will be. However, if you paid a lower price, in your record-keeping the rate of the dividend payment will always be based on the price you paid and thus will increase the longer you hold it.

Chuck Grantham
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Chuck Grantham

I joined a couple of months ago and the jury is still out. Purchased shares in l5 from his recommended list. GMLP, MIC and AMZA have taken serious hits and overall am down 1.5 % in value. Will hang in and see what happens in the long run.

Chuck Grantham

jvsaputo7
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That’s what I am talking about! I hope over the long run you will even out or better be ahead but considering it is Amazon you should be just fine if you can wait it out.

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Chuck grantham
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AMZA is not Amazon

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Jay
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I subscribed to the Dividend Hunter about a year ago, and participated in most of the special presentations that Tim has provided during that time. His views and research has definitely changed by way of thinking about stock investments, focusing on dividend income and growth versus worrying about the price of each stock every day. He has also personally answered a few questions I have e-mailed him over this time regarding dividend stocks I owned that he did not cover. I agree that some of his picks have declined in stock price, but as long as the overall stability of… Read More »

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jvsaputo7
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So is he placing trailing stop losses or option along with the trade while waiting for dividends. I don’t know much about options and how you would set them up but it would seem a good way to protect yourself.

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RobertP12345
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I just joined. NO, he does not use trailing stops and he emphatically states he does not sell based on low share price, theory being he has done his research and stays focused on the reliability of the divs and overall health and management of the companies. I just reviewed all his picks as of Jan 2018 and noticed a few picks whose share prices have dropped since his buy price. A couple of them are / look scary but he maintains to add on dips for the dividends. I will say that his longer-tern holdings (since approx 2014) appear… Read More »

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jvsaputo7
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It all sounds good if the market remains stable but to get these kind of weekly or monthly paycheck streaming into your mailbox you have to buy shares in the stock. I saw one example of a $2387 check in one month BUT what isn’t mentioned is the capital at risk for buying the stock. If the stock is $4o per share x 1000 shares = $40,000! Nice play if the stock does not go down by by $2387 over 30 days! So even if this works you still have to look over your shoulder and keep an eye on… Read More »

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RobertP12345
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Completely agree jvsaputo7

realitybytez
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realitybytez

if only there were companies that would pay you big dividends without having to own their stock.

Linda Joseph
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Linda Joseph

I think the idea is that if your stocks are fundamentally sound in the first place and have a fairly long history of paying dividends and of increasing them on a regular basis, you don’t have to worry about their price because you’re not going to sell. They will continue to pay the dividend unless they go bankrupt. Of course, if something weird happens that renders them unsound, they might have to cut or eliminate the dividend. I thought I saw something on his site where he cautioned subscribers , in addition to his due diligence, to do their own… Read More »

Greg
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In order to collect $2k to $5k per month in dividend income how much would one be expected to invest in the stocks?

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RobertP12345
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RobertP12345

2k per month = 24 k per year. At 10% return, you would need 240k.

Frank Cava
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Frank Cava

10% as income is Not realistic. Oveerall – 10% maybe. But as income, maximum would be 5%. You would need $480,000 to generate $24,000 a year with reliability. The other 5% is growth, which you can’t have, unless you sell, thereby killing the golden goose.

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Robert Randall
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Why does my password not work [ ybagaheb ] I am still financial

Jenny Beauregard
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I just read his information on my site. I have a question. He speaks of a $25,000.00 investment, not a 240K investment. Has anyone started with a $25,00 investment and seen good dividend for income monthly?

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gmw13145
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The stock research is sophomoric at best. In my judgement, with a bit of effort you can research dividend stocks on your own and come up with a solid list of investment candidates.

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Martha
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Martha

If I could have only one investing newsletter, this would be it.

Mark
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Mark

I have just joined the newsletter and now i am being asked to join he inner circle. Not quite sure how I like the up sale before I even get started. I went to my investment adviser to check out the initial stacks that were in the buy portfolio.
most of the stacks were rated a d or an f as in do not purchase or very high risk. Can anyone that has been using this portfolio for a while address this. I do not what to start investing and add high risk when I am getting close to retirement.

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Frank Cava
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Frank Cava

Come on, Mark. Of course you don’t want to start investing and add high risk at a late age! Subscribe to SimplySafeDividends.com, go to the conservative portfolio section and sleep at night!

Chuck Grantham
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Chuck Grantham

I did some reading/studying last fall , subscribed and then invested using Dividend Hunters list. 1. November 1, 2017 bought l7 of his recommendations with significant $. 2. Have had an 8% dividend return since then. This is good 3. Stock corpus value has increased 3%. This is good. 4. I was not prepared for some stocks’ very precipitous value changes. From what I paid, MIC is down 40%, GMLP is down 30% but UNIT is up 33% . But as I said, overall portfolio is up 3% 5. I sold and bought a couple of stocks based on Tim’s… Read More »

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mblairocc
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I would like to see the newsletter track total return. It is difficult to assss how the sticks picked in the newsletter ar actually performing. For example, one of the pics in the newsletter was MIC. The stock declined over 40% after announcing a dividend cut early in the year. However, you cannot tell the stock even declined in the stock recommendation list.

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Rick
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Rick

Can someone in the comments here use dividend strategy and simply blog about it– for free?

Jules Goldstein
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Jules Goldstein

3 out of 4 trades have lost over 25% of their value not including dividends over the past 3 months.

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Jack
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Jack

I think that would be fairly simple to do, except the blogger would need to be pouring over corporate financials and dividend payment histories to be providing accurate analysis. A Dividend Hunter subscriber would be banned from republishing the original recommendations by the non-disclosure agreement that appears in the fine print of any financial publisher’s order form.

Leonard
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Leonard

I’ve been a subscriber to Dividend Hunter for nearly two years.I have chosen several of his recommendations and most seem pretty good but a few are really falling behind. I’m frustrated over his latest pitch for the Dividend Hunter Insider subscription as he says he can’t give all his best recommendations in the Dividend Hunter so now I have to spend more money to get the best stuff. That’s distasteful to me in a big way. And also I have been trying to call their published phone number 1-855-566-6100 for several days and the recording says” this number is no… Read More »

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Gmdsr
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I too subscribe to Dividend Hunter. Got the 1 year at $49.00. Had problems in beginning and couldn’t get through. I emailed Tim and left messages at the 855-566 6100 number. Too much advertisement for me. At end of term will not renew. It seems like it’s all about selling you more subscriptions.

You can email Tim and he’ll respond or here’s another #1-212-566-6100.

Normal business hours are 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. eastern time, Monday through Friday excluding market holidays.

Good Luck…

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John V.
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This