Who We Are

We feel that if you want to accomplish something in life, whether it is becoming physically fit or increasing your passive income through investing in companies that pay a sustainable and increasing dividend, it is all starts with the right mindset or attitude. So from that starting point we started this website, because in order to invest in the right companies you must first know what to look for.

Without the right attitude you would make your investment decisions based on recommendations of others, like people on Facebook giving you advice or based on the opinions of analysts (qualified or unqualified).

But with the right dividend attitude and knowledge you will be able to do your own research into the right qualities of a business that is paying dividends, you know if the qualities of that business fit your personal goals, your existing stock portfolio and you can make an estimation for yourself if it is the right time to buy the stock.

And that is where the dividend attitude website will help; how to do your own due diligence, to understand the different financial metrics and evaluate them.

The dividend attitude team is dedicated to make sure you find the information you need to properly research a company. Couldn’t find the answer to the problem you are facing doing your due diligence?

Let us know and we will help you find it! With our knowledge of business processes, accounting and our analytical skills we have the right toolbox to analyze companies and that is what we like to share here on the Dividend Attitude website.

Why the Dividend Attitude?

Easy to follow
We provide a framework in an easy to follow format with a step-by-step approach to analyze dividend growth stocks.
Understandable language
Analyzing the performance of dividend paying companies can be hard enough, so we made a concise effort to describe the steps in a manner so that everyone can understand it.
Concrete advice
We won’t only show you which metrics are important to analyze, we will also show you why those metrics are important and how to calculate and look them up yourself.
Complete framework
Analyzing a company is only part of the process in deciding whether you should buy a stock or not. We give you information on how to decide if a certain stock meets your personal investing goals, fits into your current stock portfolio (if any) and if the current stock price is worth it.