TheStreet launches Dividend Stock Advisor newsletter

             TheStreet launches Dividend Stock Advisor newsletter

New subscription service will select dividend stocks with high yields and high
growth prospects expected to deliver double-digit annual returns

PR Newswire

NEW YORK, Feb. 13, 2013

NEW YORK, Feb. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- TheStreet, Inc. (Nasdaq:TST), a
leading digital financial media company, today announced the launch of
Dividend Stock Advisor (www.dividendstockadvisor.com), a bi-weekly dividend
newsletter with an online model portfolio of dividend stocks aimed at
generating steady and consistent total returns in the current low interest
rate environment.

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Helmed by Jim Cramer protege and Portfolio Manager, David Peltier, the
cornerstone of Dividend Stock Advisor is a diversified model portfolio of
dividend stocks with expected yields of at least 3%, a track record of
consistently raising their payouts and potential to generate double-digit
annual returns with relatively little risk. Every two weeks, Mr. Peltier will
update readers with the prospects of each name in the portfolio and, as market
conditions warrant, will alert them in real-time of buys or sells in the
portfolio. Dividend Stock Advisor will also educate investors about dividend
stock investing, which has come back to the forefront given historic low rates
in bonds, CDs and money market funds.

"I won't just pick the stocks with the biggest dividends, nor the ones with
the highest yields," said Mr. Peltier, "Of course, I look at dividend yield,
but I'm also looking for stocks with good growth prospects, so regardless of
the rise or fall of the stock market, Dividend Stock Advisor should deliver
consistent total returns, combining both dividends and capital appreciation."

"Week in and week out, no one does a better job of uncovering the highest
performing dividend stocks than David Peltier and our Research Team here at
TheStreet," said Jim Cramer. "And now—with Dividend Stock Advisor — investors
can expect the best of both worlds, high dividend yields and high growth.
Anyone who has read me at TheStreet or watched my television shows knows that
I think dividends are the most important part of successful long-term
investing."

Although the service is formally launching today, Mr. Peltier has been running
the portfolio since the first day of the trading year, January 2, 2013.
Year-to-date through yesterday's close, Dividend Stock Advisorhas returned
4.86%, outperforming the 4.54% rise in its benchmark, the iShares Dow Jones
Select Dividend Index ETF (DVY). Past performance, though, is no guarantee of
future success.

Mr. Peltier will be leading a twitter chat today at 4:30pm, Eastern time, to
discuss Dividend Stock Advisor and the stocks in the portfolio. Join him
@dividendsguru and use the hashtag #DSAchat.

About David Peltier
Mr. Peltier joined TheStreet from Individual Investor magazine in August 2001
and also writes and manages the very popularStocks Under $10 subscription
service. He graduated from New York University's Stern School of Business
with a degree in Finance and has appeared as a guest onNPR, Nightly Business
Report, CNNfn, WNYW-TVand presented at The Money Show. You can also follow
Mr. Peltier on Twitter @davidspeltier.

About TheStreet
TheStreet, Inc. is a leading digital financial media company that distributes
its content through online, social media, tablet and mobile channels. The
Company's network of brands includes: TheStreet, Action Alerts PLUS,
RealMoney, RealMoney Pro, Stockpickr, Options Profits, MainStreet, RateWatch
and, now, Dividend Stock Advisor. For more information on TheStreet's
business, visit http://www.t.st. For financial and business news, actionable
trading ideas, stock quotes and more, visit TheStreet.com, follow TheStreet on
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Contact:
Erin Corcoran
TheStreet, Inc.
212-321-5566
erin.corcoran@thestreet.com

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