On your journey to financial freedom or financial independence, you have to stay hungry out there. October was busy with my brokerage reducing fees down to $0, joining the zero fee movement, as well as a downturn here and there in the Stock Market. Time to check out my October activity!
October has opened up additional dividend stock opportunities. 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 – November Edition.
When talking about dividend increases, this is us talking about dividend investing, at it’s finest! Given the third quarter-end had recently passed, I wanted to reflect on what occurred over the last 9 months. This is not any old reflection, but specifically about dividend increases and their impact on my portfolio this year. Now that tax reform was 2018 news, how are the dividend increases stacking up this year?
We are in the thick of summer everyone! Are the dividends coming in hot and heavy? We will have to see my article below. The market has been volatile lately, as well as dividend increases. Let’s see my July Dividend Income results below.
Ah, dividend increases. The name of the game for dividend growth investors. The statistic that we all watch and monitor SO closely. In fact, the two of us obsess over it. So each month, I put together a listing of companies that are expected to announce a dividend increase. Dividend growth has slowed this year and it is a little frustrating. But that doesn’t mean we are going to stop watching closely. Here is out listing of expected dividend increases in July!
It’s hot, no doubt. The Cleveland Indians are on a roll this month and we are heading into the All Star Break soon. Further, we went through a drop on our rollercoaster stock market ride and are riding the hill back up in June! Similar to what they say as you hop in for the ride, you better buckle up! Though the stock market ride is not controllable, dividends and dividend stock opportunities are there. It’s time to check out my dividend stock watch list.