April was overall another positive month for the market, after a wild ride down in the mid-to-end of March. There were dividend suspensions across the retail industry and even dividend cuts, including one from a major oil player that did not cut their dividend since the World War days. Time to dive into April’s dividend stock purchase activity!
On your journey to financial freedom or financial independence, you have to stay hungry out there. The stock market showed opportunity and one has to be ready to strike on a dividend stock when the price is right. Time to check out my January activity!
December has had ANOTHER run up in stock prices. Finding an undervalued Dividend Stock is becoming difficult, but we all know there are diamonds to be found, diamond dividend stocks that is. Therefore, it is time to pour a hot cup of coffee and begin my dividend stock research. Time to tune in for Lanny’s Dividend Stock Watch List – January Edition.
Now that June is over, it’s time to turn the page to July. For some reason, with each new month, I have a feeling that it brings new opportunities. By opportunities, I mean new stocks to have on the watch list, as there usually is never two consecutive watch lists that are the same. I would say that goes to show you how much activity can happen, in such a short period of time. Lebron just left Cleveland, again, and turning to look at stocks helps ease the pain of seeing a fellow-Akron-born native depart. Without further-ado, here are my dividend stocks I am watching for July
The captain is back in the steering wheel and I directed the ship to another stock investment purchase. This so happened to occur on August 1st and felt nice to start the month off with deployment of fresh capital. As I look to close out the last 5 months of the year strong, i made an additional investment purchase into Cisco (CSCO) as the dividend metrics were right up my alley. It’s time to jump into my stock purchase, in order to find out why and how the dividend metrics appeared.
It’s that time of the month, where I have my calculator, the pen & pencil & I start analyzing what I love most, dividend stocks, and to see which companies have a chance to be on my watch list. I like to come out with the watch list towards the end of the month, as I line up my capital troops to see where they may be deployed. I did not make any investment stock purchases in July, yet, and the capital lineup is getting bigger.