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OUTPERFORM the S&P 500 -- by 50% or better, over any period of 6 years or longer.

Website’s 3 lists available for purchase are UPDATED MONTHLY beginning in 2018.


A PREVIOUS 6 Years Comparison of % Price Appreciation  for the S&P500 and our HOLD (don't sell) List, Primary Screening, and our Complete BUY List, which results from a further screening of our HOLD List.


Comparison of the last 12 MONTHS, to end of last month, for the % Price Appreciation  of the S&P500 and our CURRENT recommended 20 Ticker/Company BUY List and our 20 Ticker/Company BUY List recommended 52+ weeks ago  (remember: our objective is to "Buy-and-Hold", long-term a diversified portfolio of stocks, with average annual dividend growth of 7+%, where 1 out of 5 stocks will be paying a dividend of 100+% of original cost, after 30 years (see "About Us" link above for data details) - and to always have significant cash reserves, for buying after major market corrections) :

Updated for the month ended 03/31/2019

Screen Name Median
Std. Dev. High
% Price Appreciation from PREVIOUS 6 Years :            
S&P500 (per company absolute actual share price non-cap weighted) (PREVIOUS 6 Years lookback results) 79.20 105.06 126.18 988.90 -72.70 473
HOLD (don't sell, but check ANNUALLY) List: Primary criteria (6 yr lookback results) 87.75
-79.80 448
Complete BUY List: Secondary criteria (for earnings growth and stability last 3 yrs.) (6 yr lookback results) 102.60
988.90 1.90
% Price Appreciation from last 12 MONTHS :            
S&P500 (per company absolute actual share price non-cap weighted) (52+wks lookback results) 7.70
23.67 160.14
-68.00 498
Look-back on CURRENT recommended 20 Ticker/Company BUY List (52+wks lookback results) -1.54 0.48
16.90 35.28
-21.54 20
ACTUAL PERFORMANCE of 20 Company BUY List recommended 52+ weeks ago  (If the number of "Companies" is less than 20, it is because one, or more, of the original 20 companies on the list was acquired by another company, and the related usually exceptional performance associated with such transactions is not included in the these results.) -3.96 -0.65 17.32
-38.28 18


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For WHEN TO SELL info -- see August 2017 entries at FAQ Blog link above; and see Home>Simple Rules "rebalance" info.

The Lists and Statistics on this site are UPDATED EVERY MONTH beginning in 2018.

This website is about HELPING YOU successfully invest

in only U.S. Dividend Growth stocks.

We provide a “BUY List” for when you want to invest, a “HOLD (don’t sell) List” for you to do a "once-a-year check-in" on your portfolio, and “Simple Rules” and calculator: “Cash to Invest AND WHEN to Invest”.


We are a “robo-analyst” site for Do-It-Yourself investors – and, if you will be investing amounts of less than $20,000 at a time, in our 20 company BUY List recommendation, we show you how to do so for a total cost of $19.95 (or only $9.95 by selecting "Next market day" transaction), by creating your own mutual fund using a “motif” at the fractional share brokerage  Our BUY List recommendation involves investing equal dollar amounts in a diversified portfolio (of at least of 20 companies),  which has stocks we've recommended, or those of OF YOUR CHOOSING from our total BUY List listing, which is segregated by the ten major sectors of the economy and ranked within each group by our proprietary short-term performance "ST Perf Indicator" (see Home>ST Perf Indicator).  At, once you setup an account using your email, you can immediately begin creating motifs for testing and tracking -- there is no requirement that your account be funded before you start creating motifs -- as you accumulate stocks in your collection of "motifs" you are effectively managing your own mutual fund.

FOR CONFIRMATION OF HOW OUR RECOMMENDATIONS HAVE PERFORMED see: Home>Independent substantiation of our performance.

The only sure way to successfully invest in stocks as an asset class is to “buy-and-hold” a diversified portfolio of at least 20 companies into which you originally invested approximately equal dollar amounts, because after every significant downward adjustment in the history of the stock market, within approximately ten to fifteen years, every stock market index has achieved a historical new high.  The most exceptionally favorable “buy-and-hold” investment results are highly correlated with stocks of companies that pay dividends which are regularly increased, and companies that have a history from time to time of “stock splits”.


"Column J" shows you the most important stock “metric” on our “BUY” and our “HOLD (don’t sell)” Lists:

How much each stock’s dividend has increased over the past four years; presented as a ratio calculated by dividing the stock’s “Current Indicated Dividend” by the “Dividend five years ago”.  For example a ratio of 1.4 indicates a 40% increase over the last five years.  All stocks on our lists must have at a minimum a 1.34 ratio, or at least an annualized 7% growth rate for the past 3 years (if they haven’t been paying a dividend for the full five years).

How much did the dividends for each of your portfolio's stocks increase for the past five years?!


Investment Calculator

P: %

In the calculator input, “P”, the first input, is always a “percentage”.

However, the other two inputs that follow, “T” and “C”, should either both be “dollars”, or both can be percentages.

If “T” and “C” are “dollars”, the calculator “result” is the actual amount of Cash available to be invested currently.  If, for confidentiality purposes, “percentages” are input for “T” (which as a percent input should be 100) and “C”, then the calculated result is a percentage.  If you use percentages for all the variables then the calculated result percent must be multiplied times the total dollar value of your portfolio (including Cash) to identify the dollar amount of Cash available to be invested currently.


ALWAYS use this calculator to calculate how much you will be investing AND ONLY INVEST WHEN THIS NUMBER IS POSITIVE:

  “Cash to Invest AND WHEN to Invest, if a positive number= C – (T x P)

Given:   P = % of Cash in your portfolio which allows you to sleep well during market “downtrends”.  (For this site’s author, this means always being approximately 50% invested in “cash”, and viewing every significant downward adjustment in stocks as a “buying opportunity”!)

                T = current Total Value of all your portfolios (including the cash).

                C = Cash currently in all your portfolios.


How much did the dividends for each of your portfolio's stocks increase for the past five years?!


"Simple Rules" about investing:

IMPORTANT: Almost never, never, NEVER, "rebalance"! Only rebalance if the value of your holdings in a company exceeds 30% of the total value of your portfolio, THEN "REBALANCE" ONCE EVERY 12 MONTHS BY SELLING "one-fifth" OF THAT POSITION UNTIL IT IS LESS THAN 15% OF YOUR TOTAL PORTFOLIO.  THEN STOP ALL "REBALANCING" UNTIL A POSITION AGAIN EXCEEDS 30% OF THE TOTAL PORTFOLIO!!  (For additional WHEN TO SELL info -- see August 2017 entries at "FAQ Blog" link above.)

NEVER be fully invested in equities (stocks and bonds).

ALWAYS reserve a significant % of any NEW CASH ADDED TO YOUR PORTFOLIO for investment at a later time when stocks are lower.

NEVER “sell” stocks when the market is in a “downtrend”.

ALWAYS “buy” stocks when the market is in a “downtrend”, as long as your personal information when input to our calculator “Cash to Invest AND WHEN to Invest, is a positive number”.

ALWAYS “buy” equal dollar amounts in a diversified portfolio, which has stocks of at least two companies from each of the ten major sectors of the economy (a “buy” list with a minimum of 20 companies).




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