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Dividend Investing Income – November 2016

This month's dividend investing income and net worth report turned out pretty darn yummy.  I had some decent dividend income growth and net worth (even with cash declining substantially). Could have been a lot worse! November was a pretty good month for dividend income!  Obviously not enough to retire on, [...]

Dividend Stocks that are Interest Rate Sensitive are Underperforming

Dividend stocks which are tied to interest rates have been trading under pressure in the U.S. despite a rally in the broader U.S. markets.  Interest rate sensitive stocks such as Utilities and Real-estate Investment Trusts (REITs), are declining so their yields can compete with treasury yields.  In the week during [...]

Money in the Trough – Dividend Stocks I’m Buying – November 2016

As a dividend growth investor, I'm always thinking about which dividend stocks to buy and subsequently, buying when I can.  Below is the small list of stocks that I've purchased this November.  As you can see, I haven't been doing a whole lot of dividend stock buying the last few weeks. [...]

Dividend Income Investing and Net Worth Report – October 2016

October was a scary month with regards to my dividend income investing and net worth.  Dividend income dropped considerably from last month but was up a bunch over last year.  There was a spooky development with my net worth. Coming off of September's dividend income report, this month looks very [...]

Money in the Trough – Dividend Growth Stocks Purchased October 2016

Nobody ever said being a dividend growth investor was easy.  Frankly, I have to constantly remind myself, that the sea of red in my dividend portfolio isn't important.  The thing that matters is that my dividend income is consistently rising through my new buys and company yearly dividend increases. Below are my [...]

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