Tomorrow, I’m re-opening the doors on my #1 dividend trading strategy.
This strategy is CRUSHING everything else with 97.7% annualized gains!
Seriously. I’ve never seen anything like this before, here at Wyatt Investment Research or elsewhere.
It’s a groundbreaking strategy for collecting huge, one-time dividends from safe dividend stocks.
>>> Click here to RSVP right now ̶ it’s 100% free to attend
Steve and I will reveal everything tomorrow. You’ll discover:
- Exactly how this strategy works
- How to find the biggest dividend payers
- The names of companies on the Watch List
- The FULL track record, so you can verify the results
The event is now “open” for registration. Last time, we were at 100% capacity and had to turn away 3,375 people.
I can only guarantee your spot if you RSVP right now.
Last week, I shared the transcript of my conversation with Steve Mauzy. Today, I’m going to answer the most common questions I get about this strategy.
QUESTION: I’m retired. Is this a good strategy for me?
IAN: Steve and I designed this strategy with retired investors in mind.
We knew that people in retirement typically have a lower risk tolerance. And so, we wanted to find an amazing way to trade dividend stocks. After all, dividend stocks are typically safer and less volatile than companies that don’t pay dividends.
That’s why we developed a dividend trading strategy that is super simple. It’s easy to use and avoids the biggest stumbling blocks. We don’t use options . . . don’t use leverage . . . and don’t use margin.
QUESTION: Can these trades be made in an IRA retirement account?
IAN: Yes. These dividend trades can be made in any account where you can buy and sell U.S. stocks. If you can buy and sell stocks that trade on the NYSE or NASDAQ, then you could trade this strategy.
QUESTION: Why do companies pay these big dividends?
IAN: For a wide variety of reasons. Microsoft paid an 11% dividend back in 2004 after the Congress lowered the dividend tax rate from 35% to 15%. Other companies pay big dividends when they have strong profits, sell off a division or have an unexpected positive tax event.
QUESTION: Are some special dividends BAD?
IAN: Sure. In fact, our research shows that only 10% to 20% of special dividends are attractive. Steve’s research focused on high-quality special dividends. For example, he’ll typically avoid special dividends that are funded by debt. If a company is borrowing to pay a dividend to shareholders, it’s not exactly making the payout from a position of financial strength.
QUESTION: How often do you trade these stocks?
IAN: In the last nine months, Steve has issued a total of 17 trade alerts. That means there is a new trade every 17 or 18 days, on average.
So, this isn’t exactly a super-active strategy. It doesn’t require sitting at a computer from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. day trading stocks or options or currency. Instead, this strategy issues one or two trade alerts per month.
Most folks prefer this level of activity. Let’s face it: would you rather be making five or 10 trades a month? Or would you be satisfied with 1 or 2 winning trades each month?
QUESTION: How’s the strategy working?
IAN: The first nine months have been amazing. Steve has closed out 13 trades, including 85% winners. The average yield is 14%. And the average return per trade ̶ including LOSING trades ̶ is 10.3%.
That means the dividend trading strategy is delivering annualized gains of 97.7%.
You read that correctly. Nearly 100% annual gains, trading dividend stocks.
Click here to discover how to trade these stocks right now.
My LIVE training session happens tomorrow ̶ March 22 ̶ at 2 p.m. Eastern / 11 a.m. Pacific.
Collect $1,307 Special Dividends in April
The LAST TIME I shared this dividend trading strategy, we had record attendance. In fact, we had to turn away 3,375 at the door.
This encore event will share everything with you, including live trades and the names of companies on Steve’s special dividend Watch List.
Registration is now open for tomorrow’s webinar.
Just click here to RSVP right now. It’s 100% free to attend.
Yours in Profits,