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Aside from the share price information, the company and dividend data is all sourced from published company reports, and projections are made from these and other data sources.
As new information is published and projections change, the data in DividendMax is rapidly updated to reflect this.
Yes, you could.
However to cover the 1414 shares and 24636 dividends we currently cover is the accumulation of over 6 years of our ongoing work and industry understanding.
Dividend announcements and company news happens every day, so there’s a lot to keep up with…
On top of the data we provide tools to compare and rank these shares to find the best yields, and add them to your portfolio.
We condence this all into a weekly email digest making it easy for you to follow your portfolio’s performance.
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If you don't like it, your account will lapse and you'll just get the free weekly email, which you can unsubscribe from at any time too.
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