June came and went. July was hot and heavy. Truthfully, it wasn’t until the very end of the month where real moves were being made on dividend stocks. The stock market makes it tough, but no one said this would be easy. The journey of Financial Freedom is long and takes a lot of grit, capital and patience One has to know to control those emotions no doubt. It’s time to read about my dividend stock purchases during the month of July of 2019!
July was an interesting month, right? June soared, but what happened in July? Pretty much the same, as you will see within the article. I will be honest and say this. Finding dividend stocks that are undervalued continues to be a challenge in the summer of 2019. 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.
The month of May was absolutely WILD. You could not even tell what was going to happen each day, let alone each hour. Is the new saying – April Rises, brings May Surprises? It does this time around, that’s for sure. The trade tariff discussions, inverted yield curves, interest rate pressure & sensitivity, really have have created opportunities in the stock market. Therefore, as a dividend investor must do, I went on a slight dividend stock purchase spree!
Exciting times everyone. The stock market was up in April with a plethora of Dividend Stock Increases. However, the month of May has showed promise for undervalued dividend stocks, as always. The weather in Ohio cannot make up it’s mind. I literally have seen a notification say something on my phone, that baffles me. One evening, the weather notification stated, “It will be 33 degrees warmer tomorrow”. I’ll take the heat, but hate the swings! Sounds like the rollercoaster of the stock market, right? Time to check out my dividend stock watch list.
Another cold month, but I am not talking about the weather. I am talking about the dividend stock purchases that were made during the month of March. I sat on the bench and my portfolio became stiff, with limited moves being made. However, my wife and I did sit down and go through our portfolio in early March and made investment decisions, which felt great. Therefore, she made a dividend stock purchase for her account and we also made one for my portfolio. It is time to dive in and see what move I made!