At its core The Monthly Dividend Paycheck Calendar is a system for investing in stock to give you dependable, predictable dividend payments each and every month.
For example, let’s say you want to start out small and buy just three stocks. If you buy three that pay quarterly (every three months) and each pays in a different month then you’ll receive a dividend payment every month, just spread out among the three. They won’t all be the same amount of course, but you’ll have steady stream of cash coming in. Let me show you a theoretical example.
Stock A pays in January, April, July, and October.
Stock B pays in February, May, August, and November.
Stock C pays in March, June, September, and December.
If you hold shares of only those three stocks then the payment schedule looks like the chart below where each stock pays you four times a month.
And then the pattern starts all over again. Of course, you’ll likely want to own more than one stock for each month so your payments are bigger. You can own as many in the portfolio as you like for even bigger monthly payments.
Please note that The Monthly Dividend Paycheck Calendar is not intended as part of an elaborate or complicated trading system using ex-div and payment dates as markers for frequent buying and selling of stocks. Nor is it a dividend capture strategy. The Dividend Hunter high-yield recommendations are intended as buy and hold investments to earn income from the dividend payments.