New Dividend Value Database Released

June 28th, 2012

Dear subscriber

Today, we are releasing our proprietary Dividend Value Database to subscribers of Dividend Income

Dividend Value Database – an introduction

We have completely changed the way we present our data from the old Google Docs spread sheets to our own proprietary system.

This means that uptime is now close to 100%, whereas before it was very variable as well as allowing us a lot more control over the look and feel of the system.

This has allowed us to scale up and over the coming weeks and months, we will be adding many more dividend paying companies.

Major Updates:

  • Creation of the proprietary Dividend Value Database – Shows all the companies currently available in the database for subscribers, and has a sortable table allowing subscribers to sort the available columns however they wish

  • Addition of Sectors – Subscribers can now search the database using sectors as well as see how many and which companies are undervalued or overvalued in that particular sector. In the future, we intend to add the average dividend yield across the sector as well as whether or not the sector as a whole is undervalued or overvalued

  • Introduction of our proprietary Price Dividend Growth Ratio (PDG) – We plan on releasing an article on this new ratio in due course, however in brief, it is the equivalent of the PEG ratio, but deals with tangible dividends rather than intangible earnings

  • Addition of many more companies into the Dividend Income available to subscribers, including:

    * Centrica
    * Admiral Group
    * British Sky Broadcasting
    * N Brown
    * Prudential
    * Pearson
    * Reckitt Benckiser
    * Severn Trent
    * SSE
    * RSA
    * Marks and Spencers
    * ICAP
    * Halfords

Over the coming weeks and months, we will be adding many more dividend paying companies as well as additional functionality to the Dividend Value Database.

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Steven Dotsch
Managing editor
EMAR Publishers
Dividend Income @Investoretire

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