Today we have a guest post! The guest post is written by Brendan Lee Young is one of the founders of Passiv, an automated portfolio management tool that helps DIY investors be their own wealth manager using their brokerage accounts. He follows a core-and-explore investment strategy but loves the feeling of getting paid dividends. Please note that this article was written for informational and educational purposes. It should not be taken as financial or investment advice.
The first month is officially in the book. Lanny kicked off our round of purchase summaries by showing how he invested over $9,000 in the stock market in January! Amazing Lanny, just amazing. While we didn’t add anywhere close to that, we were able to move a little cash off the sidelines and into the market. Here are our January dividend stock purchases!
The following is a sponsored post from our friend Daniel Bailey. Dan is a content marketer. Who formerly workout of Digi Metrices and a banker. He is a writer by day and reader by night. His passion, energy is real and undeniable. That passion in this industry always drives him to the right to personal finance, investment, and saving money related topics. Continue reading
Thanksgiving is behind us and the next batch of holidays are quickly approaching. Man this calendar is turning too fast. Now that it is December, It is time for the next installment of our “Expected Dividend Increases” monthly series. Each month, we predict the companies that are expected to announce a dividend increase in the coming month (and review the results from the previous month). Let’s review the expected dividend increases in December 2019!
When it comes to saving money, some people will go to great lengths to have a few extra pennies to add to their piggy bank. While their commitment to growing their cash is laudable, some of their money-making methods nonetheless fit firmly into the category of ‘weird and wonderful’. Continue reading
Looking back, July was a pretty monumental month for me. My daughter turned four months old, went to an in home daycare for the first time, Cleveland hosted the MLB All Star Game, and it was my birthday! We talk about milestones on this website a lot. Although it wasn’t an investing milestone, my birthday did represent another milestone that I won’t talk about. But I am learning quickly that time does fly and things can happen with a blink of an eye. That’s why today, I am going to reflect on the dividend income received last month. Here is my July dividend income summary!