This is the follow up to my previous article on dividend growth strategies for younger investors. In this article, I explore if a younger investor could even be better served minimizing lower yielding stocks in favor of higher yielding in their first few years of investing. [Read more...]
While not all of us can aim to be the next Warren Buffet with our investment returns, there is a certain level of performance that you should expect to at least be on par for the level of risk that you take. What type of investment return should you be satisfied with? [Read more...]
The notion of a dividend growth strategy isn’t something which should be considered the domain of only older investors. Younger investors can benefit from building up a steady, growing income stream over time which can allow for a nice income supplement, or even assistance with a significantly early retirement, if given enough time. [Read more...]
The first $50k that I ever made from work related earnings were safely deposited in my bank account. But for various circumstances, that money may still be there. My attitudes toward what I do with my money have come along way from those early days 15 or so years ago. Early financial failures actually helped. [Read more...]
Peter Lynch is a legend of the investing world. In the same breath as people mention Warren Buffet, you will also hear them talk about Peter Lynch. So who is Peter Lynch and what can you learn from him? [Read more...]
I’ve been taking a more critical look at my portfolio in recent days with a view of trying to better optimize my dividend income and achieve my goals. While I’m pretty happy with the core of what I have hold, I have taken the opportunity to make a few changes.