It's time to take advantage of corporate America's $1.9 trillion "problem" -- one that could lead to massive dividend increases, and an overall once-in-a-lifetime investing opportunity.
Corporate America's $1.9 Trillion 'Problem' Could Lead To Huge Dividend Yields
By Dave Forest
Right now corporate America has a huge problem on its hands.
I'm not talking about another banking crisis, real estate crash, or
hedge fund manager running a Ponzi scheme...
And I'm not talking about any sort of ominous regulations being handed
down by the U.S. government, either.
I'm not even talking about the growing levels of debt being accumulated
by Uncle Sam each and every day -- not to mention the lack of progress
from our leaders in Washington in finding a solution to fix it.
Actually, the "problem" I'm about to tell you about is really a
once-in-a-lifetime investing opportunity.
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Corporate America has spent the last few years hoarding money like it
was going out of style, effectively creating what I call a "Dividend
Companies have seen the same problems you and I have over the years -- a
mounting debt crisis, gridlock in Washington, a dot-com bubble burst
from the early 2000s, a devastating real estate bubble burst a few years
later, two recessions...
They continued to face these challenges year after year. But instead of
sitting still with future uncertainties, they took action. That's why
for the past 12 years now, they've been adding billions to the "Dividend
Vault" at a rapid pace.
And now this "Dividend Vault" is so large, many companies simply can't
decide what to do with all that cash.
The only solution: start paying that money out to shareholders as
A select few companies are already seeing the writing on the wall.
They're tapping into the "Dividend Vault" and using it to increase their
dividend payouts, rewarding smart shareholders who knew about the
"Dividend Vault" early on.
These investors appreciated the fact that these companies were saving
for a rainy day. And now, they're being rewarded...
Of course, Warren Buffett, Bill Gates and other elite investors caught
onto this idea years ago. They've been collecting "Dividend Vault"
checks for the past several years.
But now even normal investors are taking advantage of this opportunity.
For example, one of our readers, Neva M. from Oregon
recently said she is "earning $22,000 per year in dividends" thanks to
the "Dividend Vault." That's an average of $1,833 a month in dividends.
Another reader, Kirk C. from Indiana, bought 310 shares of the "Dividend
Vault" four years ago and has made "about $6,000 of unrealized gains
plus about $2,400 in dividends."
So how big is this "Dividend Vault"?
According to information on an obscure form labeled "Z.1" buried deep
inside the Federal Reserve's website, U.S. companies now have a combined
cash stockpile worth $1.9 trillion.
That's more money than the GDP of 183 countries.
It's also enough money to give every retiree in the U.S. a check for
Of course, these companies aren't going to pay that out all at once. But
we're already seeing many companies begin to open their "Dividend Vaults" in a
One company we've been keeping an eye on just paid $2.7 billion on
November 14, while another dished out $909 million to shareholders last
And based on our analysis, we can predict with a great degree of
certainty that the "Dividend Vault" will likely make the following cash
payments in 2014, totaling $39.5 billion for shareholders...
The good news is, any investor can get their share of this $39.5 billion
Of course, as a partial owner of the "Dividend Vault," no investor can
expect to get a check for a billion dollars each month. But because the
"Dividend Vault" is so big and the monthly payments are so large, the
beauty is that even a TINY stake in the vault could help you reap a
windfall of income in the coming months and years.
And as with any investment, the more you invest, the greater your checks
For example, investors who own just a 0.0000001 stake -- that's
literally one ten-millionth -- of the "Dividend Vault" could receive
checks totaling $3,950 this year. Investors with just two ten-millionths
of a percent interest in the "Dividend Vault" could receive nearly
$8,000 this year.
So what's the best way for investors to maximize the size of their
"Dividend Vault" checks in 2014?
After months of research, my Top 10 Stocks team and I have identified
"Dividend Vault" companies that are best positioned to pay out massive amounts of
dividend raises and possibly see large capital gains for five, 10, even
20 years down the road.
For years these companies were simply stuffing more money in their
vaults. Now they've opened them up and are paying out enormous sums to
One of these "Dividend Vault" companies could pay a 45% dividend yield
right now if it wanted to.
With its wide economic moat (a 67% market share to be exact), this
"Dividend Vault" stock has accumulated $48 billion in cash... or enough
to pay a special dividend that would make for a 40% yield for investors
who bought the stock today.
Another "Dividend Vault" stock is one I call "the most shareholder
friendly company on earth." (You won't believe which company it is.) In
just six years, the company has raised its dividend 104% and bought back
438 million shares of stock. Its shares have also returned roughly 100%
since 2008, beating the market by more than double.
So what's the takeaway? Simply put, there's practically never been a better time to be a dividend investor than right now. My advice: find high-quality companies with large cash hoards that make up a large chunk of the "Dividend Vault" -- and own them for the long-run.
In my latest research video, I explain why these companies are not only likely to pay out hefty
dividends for years to come, but also have the potential to deliver big
share price gains.
While there are no guarantees with investing, I strongly believe
investing in the "Dividend Vault" is going to be the best way to beat
the market for years to come.
Chief Investment Strategist
Top 10 Stocks
P.S. -- The next "Dividend Vault" payments will be mailed out in the coming
weeks. In fact, Bill Gates will receive $107 million from the "Dividend Vault" on
March 13. And by investing in the "Dividend Vault" by March 14, 2014, you could
also begin collecting a steady stream of income that gets bigger every
To get your share of the next payment before the "ex-dividend" deadline,
all you have to do is
get your name on the "Dividend Vault" payout
list. You can learn how to access this list here.