Dividend Capture is the strategy of buying a stock just before the stock is traded without the dividend, holding it just long enough for the stock to move back to your original purchase price in order to collect the dividend without cost, then selling the stock thereby capturing the dividend..
Our Dividend Capture Strategy may suggest a dividend "Money Machine" for all investors. Successful Dividend & Income Investing could generate early retirement; and, investing in your future has never been easier.
Whether you are 30 or 60 - whether you are investing for the future or saving in retirement - this Dividend Capture Strategy is for you. It is a must for every portfolio - whether you are investing $10,000 or $100,000 or already have a portfolio of income generating securities. Some of these high dividend paying stocks together with previous price appreciation have protected clients' wealth and earned double digit total returns. For many years, institutional and astute investors have used the technique of dividend capture to enhance investment returns. Our added benefit is the use of our proprietary cycle analysis research identifying stocks that may continue up in price after stocks trade ex-dividend.
One key concept to understand in short term trading is that our Short Term Early Warning Cycle can last for as little as three days and can move up or down regardless of the directional movement of our longer term cycles. This "Early Warning Cycle is ideal for day trading or establishing or ending a position.
Another key concept is that this unique and original analysis is based on Price and Time. This means that on occasion, we can offer Price target projections which are only valid if achieved within a specific period of Time. Once Time runs out of the specific cycle, the price projection will no longer be valid. Sometimes Price is achieved quickly before the Time of a cycle runs out. This condition can generate an overbought or oversold "Bruno Oscillator" condition which can generate a countertrend directional movement for just a few days which are shown within the Early Warning Cycle column in all our Invest Newsletters.