Lanny’s May Dividend Stock Watch List

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.

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Lanny’s April Dividend Stock Watch List

I believe it is rally time for the dividend portfolio!  The weather is warming up and the appetite is getting anxious to scoop up dividend stocks for the cupboard, that is my portfolio.  The goals are high and the dividend income forward projection is begging to be pushed, just a little bit further.  I say bring on April and let’s see what’s currently on the radar!

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Lanny’s Stock Purchases December 16th Through December 31st

2018 is over and I know there are many of us that have been able to make intense investments, when the market had turned south in December.  Though the temperature and the overall market are getting cold, the dividend portfolios are staying hot!  It’s now time to check out my dividend stock purchases over the last two weeks of December!

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Lanny’s Stock Purchases December 1st Through December 15th

Yes, the financial investment engine of my dividend portfolio continues to receive steady capital on a consistent basis!  The last purchase article saw me deploy $2,500, which was on the lighter side, but let’s just say that these two weeks did not disappoint   They say money never sleeps and these prior 14 days were no different.  It’s now time to find out my dividend stock purchases!

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