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four
3,998 posts
msg #102472
Ignore four
modified
8/27/2011 1:21:08 AM

Fetcher[
dividend yield is between 1% and 12%
add column dividend yield
set{x, cos(rsi(2))}
draw x < 0
draw rsi(2) < 2
macd(2,3,1) < -.08
macd(2,3,1) > macd(2,3,1) 1 day ago
]



klynn55
425 posts
msg #102474
Ignore klynn55
8/27/2011 3:06:13 PM

Four: why limit search for dividend stocks? are they less volatile?

four
3,998 posts
msg #102475
Ignore four
modified
8/27/2011 5:09:25 PM

I don't believe a general statement of less volatility can be made. I believe the individual stock must be looked at on its own merit.

Example, Johnson Controls has been VOLATILE and pays a dividend... Growth and increasing dividends are perhaps the answer. Imagine just reinvesting dividends over the last years = $$$$. Pick a different stock and get a different result. 20/20 hindsight

http://finance.yahoo.com/echarts?s=JCI+Interactive#chart3:symbol=jci;range=my;indicator=dividend+volume;charttype=line;crosshair=on;ohlcvalues=0;logscale=on;source=undefined

What is the investor's goal/intent?
Perhaps obtain critical mass, dividends pay enough each year to cover expenses and have a little left over.

"Critical mass is a sociodynamic term to describe the existence of sufficient momentum in a social system such that the momentum becomes self-sustaining and creates further growth." http://en.wikipedia.org/
---

Some believe that a "quality" stock with a dividend is "safer". Earn a dividend while you wait, as some say. The ability to pay a dividend, some say, proves the company has "extra" money. Of course, some reduce or stop the dividend.

With the above said... I posted the filter with the dividend requirement to have it there... to see what was returned.

Feel free to adapt as your style requires.

Food for thought...

http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2011/03/08/the-extraordinary-power-of-dividends.aspx

http://seekingalpha.com/article/263315-reinvesting-dividends-pays-off




four
3,998 posts
msg #102591
Ignore four
modified
9/10/2011 9:04:41 PM

Another version... using "MyStochastic" which uses custom moving averages.

Fetcher[
set{a, close - cma(low,10)}
set{b, cma(high,10) - cma(low,10)}
set{c, a / b}
rsi(2) < 5
draw c crossed below 0
dividend yield > 2%
add column dividend yield
volume > 100123
close > 10
]



four
3,998 posts
msg #102788
Ignore four
10/1/2011 11:29:13 AM

Another attempt...

Fetcher[
set{x, rsi(2) / 10}
draw rsi(2)
set{xx, count(low > low 1 day ago,2)}
set{a, x - xx}
draw a < -0.10 last 2 days
dividend yield > 2%
close > open
]



four
3,998 posts
msg #103068
Ignore four
10/23/2011 11:48:46 AM

Another version///

Fetcher[
set{x, rsi(2) + Stochastic %D(2,2,2)}
draw x < 33
draw rsi(2)
annual dividend > 2%
volume > 56123
close > 10
]



four
3,998 posts
msg #103150
Ignore four
10/29/2011 2:36:33 PM

Fetcher[
close crossed above Day Position(0.50,1)
close > open
close > 10
avgvol(2) > 123123
annual dividend yield > 2%
rsi(2) < 10
]



four
3,998 posts
msg #103255
Ignore four
11/7/2011 9:14:06 PM

another...

Fetcher[

set{x, pow(rsi(2),0.25)}
draw rsi(2)
set{z, x - rsi(2)} and draw z

set{a, z + x } and draw a > 0
close > 5
avgvol(2) > 561231

]



dwiggains
391 posts
msg #103262
Ignore dwiggains
11/8/2011 3:02:50 PM

Dividend yield column is not working??

see ya
David

four
3,998 posts
msg #103432
Ignore four
11/19/2011 10:29:29 PM

Fetcher[
Stochastic %K(2,1,1) crossed above cema(Stochastic %K(2,1,1),2)
Stochastic %K(2,1,1) < 25
sp500
rsi(2) < 25
]



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