In the United States, the stocks of companies that have been increasing dividends for decades, so-called dividend aristocrats, have made the rich. The Rich. - Dividend Aristocrats provides information about aristocratic dividend companies that help you invest in your stable dividend. Not everybody can be rich. But you will.

What’s New

Version 3.4.1

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- Ask super investor any questions about investment.
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Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
61 Ratings

61 Ratings

Mountainmonkey2 ,

App is actually pretty good

My only problem is when I go to add more stocks as I buy more over time, it lists them as a whole new stock; even though I’m actually just adding more volume of what I already have. So now when I look at my pie chart I have multiple cuts of the pie that are the same stocks and securities. So developers please take note here, that when I go to add more shares of what I already own, add the to same volume I currently have.

Other than that the app is great. Good UI, nice news features. I would like to have a expandable pie chart that I could click on and see a more full screen view of.

Developer Response ,

When you click "Update(auto calc)” button, it will be merged as one asset!

Aplum123 ,

Good but one request

I think this looks like a great app for dividend tracking. My one request would be that if there would be someway to import a csv file through the website so you can update your share counts a lot faster if you complete a csv upload template.

dandfd ,

It’s free not in app purchases!! Thanks

I’m happy to say this one is actually fully free. The only real issue is I wish the stock listings themselves on the portfolio also allowed me to include the ex dividend date or at least on the calendar. It even says ex div but just gives us div value date. I have to go into the calendar and from there click on the stock and look at previous ex div dates I have to do that for each stock which is annoying also it’s hard to see the blue dots on the calendar representing the pay dates, ex dividend dates are missing from the calendar completely and I wish they used the company logo instead of small blue dots on the calendar

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