Research Alert: 19.4% Dividends

Nearly one year ago, Steve Mauzy and I began an income research project that has now changed our business.459502419
It’s been such a huge success (which I’ll get into in a minute). And that’s why we’re hosting a live training event to help you start collecting more dividend income.
It’s called Collect $582 in Dividends in the Next 30 Days.
Click here to attend for free.
Our research began in 2015 when we started to look at unusual dividend situations – to see if and when it made sense to buy companies that issued large, one-day payouts.
Immediately, we noticed a few things:

  • These payouts, while much rarer than regular dividends, are surprising common. We saw an average of between 10 and 20 of these payouts a month going back to 1991.
  • No one has done substantial research into how stocks perform before and after the payout.
  • Using specific criteria, we could isolate ideal situations where nearly 90% of the time, it is profitable to collect these special dividends and trade the stocks.

But if you know anything about back-testing investment strategies, it’s always a gamble. As the financial industry frequently warns, “past performance is not indicative of future results.”
So we had a pretty good feeling this strategy would work . . .  but until you test a strategy in real time, you just don’t know for sure.
For the last five months, we’ve been quietly sending alerts to a very small group of income investors.
And the results are better than what I hoped for.
So far, Steve has recommended seven special dividend situations.
The average yield of these trades is 19.4%.
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That amounts to a new dividend every three weeks.
Assuming you put just $2,000 into each position, that’s $2,716 of extra income in just the first five months.

Opportunity in Special Dividends

The real details of the research Steve and I discovered are what make this opportunity really interesting and exciting.
As Steve says,
“Special dividends are unlike regular dividends. First, they’re separate from a company’s formal dividend policy. Management sets the formal policy based on expectations for future earnings and cash flow. Management then disseminates the expectations to the investing public. A formal dividend policy is akin to an informal contract with investors. Expectations are set, and management is expected to meet these expectations.
Special dividends, in contrast, are discretionary dividends.
They’re typically a response to one of the following events:

  • The Sale of a Major Segment – Equity Residential (NYSE: EQR) paid an $8-per-share special dividend after selling $6 billion of non-strategic real estate assets.
  • A Major Business Restructuring – Kraft Foods (NYSE: KHC) paid a $16.50-per-share special dividend before merging with Heinz Foods.
  • Favorable Lawsuit Verdict – Best Buy (NYSE: BBY) paid a $0.45-per-share special dividend related to the net after-tax proceeds from large legal settlements.
  • Excess Cash – Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) paid a $3-per-share special dividend to reduce a swollen cash account.
  • Exceptionally Strong Earnings Growth – Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F) paid a $0.25-pershare special dividend after posting strong 2015 earnings.”

Notice all of these events result in a company seeing a huge influx of cash hit their balance sheet.
A company that turns around and divvies up this cash with shareholders – instead of wasting it on speculative acquisitions or a CEO payday – is the kind of company that you want to own.
That’s why we’re excited about our upcoming event:
Collect $582 in Dividends in the Next 30 Days.
We’re going to reveal exactly how this special dividends strategy works in this live event.
If you’d like to attend, there’s just one thing you need to do. Click here and let us know.
Hope to see you there!
Good investing,
Ian Wyatt

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