New Additions in the Dividend Databases

November 1, 2012

Today we are releasing a number of new additions in the dividend databases that comply with our specific criteria, exclusively available for our subscribers of Dividend Income, including.

  • BP – read our take on BP’s third quarter results and dividend prospects; Here

  • Capita

  • Carillion

  • Compass

  • Johnson Matthey

  • Imperial Tobacco

  • Serco

Over the coming weeks and months, we will be adding many more dividend paying companies as well as additional functionality to enhance our subscriber’s experience in order to make better informed investment decisions.

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Use our unique share valuation service to get the share prices at which many dividend paying companies are historically undervalued and overvalued. Use our unique financial strength database to ascertain whether those high yielders will be able to maintain their dividend payouts.

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Until the end of 2012, we have . . .

A Very Special Offer for New Subscribers

Make sure to take advantage of our introductory discounted subscription rates for two year subscriptions

  • Our normal subscription rate for two years is £319.99. However, we are offering an introductory discount of £50 for the rest of 2012, so that is £269.99.

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Till next time

Steven Dotsch
Managing editor
EMAR Publishers
Dividend Income

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