The "Best Dividend Stocks" screen uses the ChartMill Dividend Rating to find the best stocks for dividend investing. The dividend rating takes into account reliability and sustainability of the dividend. We also use the health and profitability ratings to make sure only solid stocks are selected.
Owning Dividend paying stocks gives you a passive income. Learn how evaluate the best dividend stocks.
How to create a screener in ChartMill to find only those stocks that pay a very solid dividend and will most likely continue to do so in the near future.
The ChartMill Dividend Rating evaluates the yield, reliability and sustainability of a dividend
This screen uses the ChartMill predefined fundamental ratings to find high quality dividend stocks
Dividend investing offers recurring income coming from dividend payments and in addition there is the potential capital appreciation from the stock. Dividend payments can be paid out as income or you can choose to reinvest these dividend payments to furth
In this video you will learn: How to use ChartMill to find financially sound growth, value or dividend stocks using the predefined ChartMill Fundamental ratings And then use the technical screening capabilities to focus on stocks whose price currently coincides with a key technical price level, either support or resistance levels. The beauty of this is that we start from a fundamental perspective by first filtering on the basis of specific fundamental criteria. Within that selection, we then look specifically for price technical characteristics. In this way we combine fundamental with technical analysis.
This video shows how to make a specific screening filter that looks for companies that have been paying a decent dividend for quite some time and are most likely to do so in the future. Beware, simply choosing companies that pay a very high dividend is not the way to generate a stable cash flow. Focus on companies with an irreproachable dividend track record (i.e. no interruptions) and where the dividend is growing steadily.
A minimum Dividend Rating of 7
A minimum Health Rating of 5
Ensure a minimal liquidity.
Avoid low priced stocks
A minimum Profitability Rating of 5