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Built for Income Investors Like You

Dear Reader,

Our income-focused team built a new tool, just for you! Check out the Income Calendar today.

It’s a one-stop shop for all of your dividend tracking and projecting needs. Goodbye spreadsheets, hello IC.

It’s an easy-to-use tool that tracks dividend declarations and payments as they are made. I’m talking email notifications and an easy-to-read dashboard.

Income Calendar is like having a personal assistant that is tracking each and every dividend payment we’re owed, from declaration to ex date to receipt. Or, in 2023-speak, an “AI assistant” that is here to help you manage your payout collection program.

It’s a dividend dream!

Income Calendar also projects dividend income for the next 12 months. For example, here’s a dividend portfolio I created from 10 high-paying tickers that we have discussed at Contrarian Outlook in recent months.

I split this IC portfolio into 10 stocks. It took me about five minutes to set up… and that includes time chatting with my daughter, who was doing her math homework next to me at the time! (She’s crushed her subtraction assignment, by the way.)

Here are the 10 stocks I added to Income Calendar that will deliver $79,537.36 in dividend payments over the next 12 months. (Now that’s how we retire on dividends!) This is based on a hypothetical million-dollar portfolio. Which of course we can scale down or up as we buy, sell and build more wealth.

12-Month Projected Dividend Income

Income Calendar Example: 12 month projected income

That 8.18% projected yield is pretty sweet, right?

Seriously, it was just five minutes to set up. It’s two quick steps:

  1. Create a dividend portfolio in Income Calendar.
  2. Enter tickers and position sizes for stock.

For example, let’s say you’ve owned Altria Group (MO) for years. Go ahead and add it with a share count, and IC will track those declarations and payments for you. And project out 12 months, as we saw above.

Now let’s take a look at that 10-piece dividend portfolio I typed in. As you can see it’s easy to add new stocks and funds and to edit share counts:

It’s Easy to Edit an Income Calendar Portfolio

Income Calendar Example: review/edit your portfolio

I hit Edit Share Count to change a position size. Or Remove if I sell something.

There’s even a “DRIP mode” that smartly adjusts share counts for reinvested dividends!

Real-Time Email Alerts, Too

When Alerian MLP ETF (AMLP) dished us another dividend raise, Income Calendar kindly let me know right away. IC even calculated the increase–a sweet 11.7% raise over the prior payout!

AMLP Dividend Raise

Income Calendar Example: dividend increase email alert

I can also see that AMLP’s implied annualized yield is 9.3%. Nice.

I’ve got the ex date and the actual payment date. Everything I need to know about AMLP’s dividend in one concise email.

Here’s a similar heads up from Income Calendar regarding Exxon Mobil (XOM). We see the payment is unchanged from the previous one. We have an implied annualized yield of 3.12%, and we know when we’re getting paid.

XOM Dividend Declaration

Income Calendar Example: dividend declaration alert example

“Week Ahead” summaries from IC are my favorite way to kick off the week. We see how much we are getting paid, and when! In this summary, we have three ex-div dates and one “pay date” for this portfolio. Nice.

“Week Ahead” Pay Date Summary

Income Calendar Example: week ahead summary

If you’re nodding your head thinking: Did you guys build this tool just for me?

Well yeah, we really did. And others, of course. It’s a tool designed by income investors, for income investors.

Dividend Projections Built for You

Income Calendar is the brainchild of Ben and his talented development team. These guys heard from readers like you through the years. “Give me a tool to track my dividends!”

Done. Sync Income Calendar up with your stocks and you’ll get a nice, useful projection of future payouts:

Projected Dividend Income, by Month

Income Calendar Example: projected income by month

I don’t know about you, but my bills come every single month. And I’m not cutting checks any longer. Most of my expenses are on autopay.

Which makes income tracking more important than ever before. I need to make sure I have the money in the account before it gets dinged. That’s where Income Calendar comes in.

What makes up a month’s worth of projections? Here are the specifics. Let’s look ahead to a month in which we’re getting paid by nine out of our ten holdings:

Income Calendar Example: monthly summary

Of course, as we discussed earlier, there’s more income action in a given month than just payments. There are declarations, ex dates and so on. Income Calendar forecasts it all! (And yes, those dates below are color coded based on the income event.)

Dividend Details for June 2023

Income Calendar Example: full calendar for june

We can also use Income Calendar to slice and dice our projected income by stock. With a single click (or tap) we can pop over to our projected income summary by position.

12-Month Projected Dividend Summary, by Position

Income Calendar Example: projected dividends by stock

This is a lot of information to keep track of! How does Income Calendar manage it all? Let’s talk about the smartest system this side of ChatGPT…

Why Income Calendar is So “Smart”

While Income Calendar can’t exactly predict the future, it can infer likely dividend outcomes quite well. IC’s secret is some pretty serious horsepower that we have under the hood of this incredible tool.

Through an exclusive partnership with our sister company, TickerTech, we’ve developed a proprietary algorithm that’s constantly crunching current & past dividends for the entire universe of US stocks. It scours every press release that comes out from every publicly traded company (including preferreds stocks) and records new dividends as they’re announced.

From there, Income Calendar annualizes the most recent payouts for forward assumptions, with estimated payout dates based on historical trends.

In other words, we’re hoovering up as much data as almost anyone can on every ticker available, then we overlay the most recent dividend payments on historical payment timeframes.

But explaining “how” Income Calendar works doesn’t really do it justice until you “see” for yourself.

So let’s talk about how you can take it out for a test drive —100% risk-free — with no obligation whatsoever…

How to Get Income Calendar

Let’s go! as the kids say. To activate and personalize your own Income Calendar simply click the button below:

Income Calendar is only $79 for the first year. And as with all of our products, it comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee. If the tool doesn’t work out for whatever reason, we’ll happily and quickly refund you.

But I’m sure you’ll love IC as much as I do. Again, please click here to get rolling with Income Calendar.

Video Demo: Income Calendar

Please check out this video where I review how I set up and use Income Calendar. I’ll be producing “how to” walk throughs like these from time to time to help you get ramped up with IC.



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