Screening For Dividend Stocks On 2nd October 2018

This is not a recommendation to buy or sell. The stock market seems to have picked up this week and as the stock price of certain stocks I am watching goes up, I knew I might not be able to catch a good deal in the short term. One good example is Frasers Commercial Trust whereby the stock price has gone up to my estimated price of S$1.47 from S$1.42.

I need some ideas on what to buy or add to my watch list. What do I do next? Answer: I ran the Stocks Cafe Stock Screener.

Below are the ten stocks that was identified, sorted in descending order based on their current dividend yield. Ascendas Reit was top in the results with a current dividend yield of 8.836%. Read More

Screening For Dividend Stocks Using Stocks Cafe Stock Screener

With my recent post on the FSMOne stock screener I found (Read more: Screening For Dividend Stocks Using The FSMOne Stock Screener ), one of my readers recommended me to take a look at Stocks Cafe’s stock screener. I mainly use Stocks Cafe to track the dividends for the stocks in my portfolio. I decided to try out Stocks Cafe’s stock screener to compare how it fares against the FSMOne stock screener.

Similar to the criterias I used previously, here are the same conditions that I have set up to screen for dividend stocks. Read More

Screening For Dividend Stocks Using The FSMOne Stock Screener

How do you usually identify stocks to buy? One of the method I use is via a stock screener. With the death of Google finance stock screener, I couldn’t find a good decent one and of course for free! Recently, I found an excellent stock screen at Fundsupermart (FSMOne) website that fit my needs. The user interface is clean, sleek, easy to use and most important of all, it has all the basic criterias that I can set and filter.

Below are the basic criteria that you can do set with the Fundsupermart stock screener. Read More