DivvyDiary wishes you a Merry Christmas.
As 2022 is coming to an end, we would like to share two things with you before the new year.
First, we want to wish you and your family a wonderful holiday season and a happy new year. We're glad you've joined us on the journey to higher dividend income in 2022.
Also, of course, we'd love to keep you updated on how DivvyDiary has evolved in 2022 and how we're setting up to build lots of new features in the coming year.
Below we would like to give you an overview, from our point of view, of the most exciting features we have developed in 2022:
Some of the new features are exclusively available to our Aristocrat members, whose membership enables the active further development of DivvyDiary in the first place.
As usual we add new securities daily, so that you can find reliable dividend ratios for more than 36,200 securities (stocks, ETFs, funds, CEFs, preferred shares...) on DivvyDiary by now.
As you probably already noticed through our blog posts, DivvyDiary got support from Stefan (our first employee) since May 2022, who is diligently developing new features.
In order not to leave Stefan alone with the development of the new features and to maintain our high development speed at the end of the year, we decided to also hire Johannes full time for DivvyDiary starting January 2023. In contrast to 2022 Johannes has no other main job in the coming year and therefore has the possibility to put 100% of his professional time into DivvyDiary. We think that the added value of DivvyDiary will increase significantly for all our users in 2023.
As the next big feature in 2023 we are planning the possibility to store the own buy and sell date per security in the portfolio. Based on this, we can show you the future and historical dividends even more accurately (taking into account the ex-day). This function was increasingly requested by many users.
We can already estimate that the technical changes for this function will cause a very high development effort. Therefore, we ask for your understanding in advance that we will probably find less time for other functions in the first quarter of 2023.
Last but not least, we would like to thank you. We are happy to be able to work on DivvyDiary every day and we owe this to you and all other users for whom DivvyDiary has become a part of their daily routine.
We wish you further good dividend yields!
Best regards Max & Johannes