Yesterday, subscribers of Dividend Gems celebrated the buyout of one of the securities contained in the Dividend Gems Recommended List…Heinz (HNZ) by Berkshire Hathaway and 3G Capital.
The deal is going for $23 billion or $72/share.
Apparently, Warren Buffett agrees with our analysis of the firm.
Not that it matters to us or our investors but we feel Buffett and 3G are paying a bit too much. They should have bought HNZ a couple of years ago when the share price undervalued the company.
This is the third company from the Dividend Gems Recommended list to be bought out since the 2011 inception of this list.
Of course Dividend Gems is not some static list of the best risk-adjusted dividend securities, representing no less than seven nations (at present).
Our recommended list comes with a proprietary ratings system that includes measurements for dividends, valuation, fundamental and technical momentum, capital appreciation potential and an overall rating.
This ratings system enables each investor to customize their decisions based on their preferences for hypothetical risk and potential returns.
The individual ratings for each security on the list are reviewed and updated monthly.
We also provide several other sections in each monthly issue, so as a relative performance assessment, which includes nearly 50 charts.
Each month, we select several securities from the recommended list to profile in detail based on relevance.
We also provide S&P earnings data and estimates for the overall market as well as individual sectors.
And of course, we discuss other topics relevant for dividend-centric investors, such as 10-year Treasury yields, equity-risk premiums and so on, when relevant.
Perhaps the most valuable portion of Dividend Gems is the month trading guidance we provide for each security on the recommended list.
The accuracy and value of this guidance has been truly spectacular.
Those subscribers who have followed this guidance have blown away the S&P 500 Index.*
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You will NOT find a similar publication anywhere. I’ll guarantee it.
How do I know this?
Because I know the expertise required to provide consistently accurate trading guidance, valuation and other assessments on a monthly basis is rare, and it certainly isn’t going to be found from anyone in the newsletter industry.
The only other individuals who are potentially capable of providing this type of guidance and insight manage large funds. And they sure as hell aren’t going to provide you with their research at any price.
Keep in mind that several professionally managed investment funds, fund managers and financial advisers subscribe to Dividend Gems.
Hold on, because we are going to be offering a special two-year anniversary promotion very soon.
*We are unable to calculate exact returns because the nature of the trading guidance is based on different situations such as different recommendations for new positions and a repurchase after a trade, as well as whether the investor is conservative, moderate or aggressive. We also allow some elasticity in some of our trading guidance (depending on the situation) to enable each subscriber to make subjective calls based on market changes and material events between each monthly issue. Thus, to calculate all possible scenarios would be virtually impossible.
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