How To Find The Best Exit Points For Great Dividend Stocks: [VL-I06-122614]

Dec. 31, 2014 2:32 PM ETFAST, HD, HNI, LEG, ATR, AMCR, SON, CLX, CL, KMB, LANC, PG
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Lekouses Associates is headed by an Independent Financial Analyst / Outside Consultant with 10+ years of investment research and model portfolio building skills. He has a Certificate in Financial Planning and is focused on researching Stocks, ETF's and Options. We build model portfolio's for Retirement, Income and Trading. We use Quality, Value and Income Factors along with Fibonacci Analysis to determine Buy and Sell Levels in Building these Portfolio's.

Summary:

  • Read through Value Line Investment Survey on a Weekly Basis
  • Use the following sets of Criteria: Dividend Yield, Projected Dividend Growth, # of Dividend Increases over 17 years to Filter the Stocks
  • Using a 5 year Price History and Fibonacci Extension, we will determine the best exit points to use when reducing ones stock position

Using Value Line Issue 06 dated December 26th, 2014, we reviewed 134 stocks. The following table shows the 12 stocks we discovered:

The 10 stocks highlighted in GREEN are Great Dividend Stocks from this issue. SL1, SL2 and SL3 show the best exit points to use when reducing ones stock position. If you have any questions or comments, please email us at PJL001@yahoo.com.

Disclosure: The author is long CL, PG.

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