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Dividend Investor!

Blog Info

Name:
The Dividend Investor Blog
Category:
Investing
Tags:
Dividend Growth Investing, Personal Finance, Youtube, Early Retirement
Start Year:
2017

Blogger Bio

Net worth:
$100,000.00
Location:
Canada
Age:
20s
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
DINK (Dual Income, No Kids)
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Latest Blog Posts

Take a look at my journey through my first 4 years as an investor. A lot has changed! ...
Posted: Dec 14 2017 @ 10:02 PM
Another month has quickly gone by! Every one brings me closer and closer to my end of year goal! Let's see how close exactly... ...
Posted: Dec 05 2017 @ 4:33 PM
Take a tour inside my head, while I explain my strategy! ...
Posted: Nov 21 2017 @ 9:59 PM
I made an extra $241.14 in November! Plus, my blog is showing signs of income! ...
Posted: Nov 09 2017 @ 6:11 PM
I thought last month was a crazy one… I was wrong. This is the beauty of DGI, it just doesn’t stop growing! This month is ANOTHER RECORD BREAKER!! Let’s take a look at the dividends I’ve received in October 2017 from both my investing accounts: TFSA: Financial 15 (FTN): $172.21 Savaria Corp (SIS): $16.32 Telus Corp (T): $26.60 Park Lawn Corp (PLC): $19.99 Enbridge Income Fund Holdings (ENF): $10.09 RRSP: Financial 15 (FTN): $445.10 Savaria Corp (SIS): $2.10 Dream Global REIT (DRG.UN): $17.20 Rogers Sugar Inc (RSI): $15.39 Total: ...
Posted: Nov 03 2017 @ 7:41 AM
Ever since maxing out my tax advantaged accounts, I’ve been looking for a way to keep making some purchases within these accounts. In an earlier article (here), I was debating on what diversification method I would use within my RRSP. I appreciate all the feedback I’ve received and have decided to go with a hybrid solution which is: Keep the FTN position as is. Use it as a ”money market” or ”cash pile” ...
Posted: Oct 28 2017 @ 6:08 PM
As you already know, I’m looking to diversify. Currently, I’m very overweight into Financial 15 (FTN) and as such quite dependant on whether they pay a dividend or not month after month. Here is my current portfolio allocation %: RRSP FTN 83% DRG.UN 7% ATD.B 3% RSI 2% SIS 2% DOL 2% MRU 1% TFSA FTN 31% PLC 23% SIS 18% BLX 11% WEED 7% T 5% ENF 4% Others 1% Right off the bat, my TFSA seems a lot healthier in terms of its distributions. Mostly because of ...
Posted: Oct 20 2017 @ 10:11 AM
I’ve been asking this question more and more recently. I ran a poll on Twitter quite a while back and most of the people who answered said they weren’t paying for their Credit Cards. So I decided It was time I crunch some numbers. Having recently figured out that Cash Back was the king (check out the article here), I wanted to find out if the Free Cash Back card was ...
Posted: Oct 13 2017 @ 3:58 PM
So here’s a bit of an update for what’s going on in October. Most importantly, I achieved my objective of maximizing my RRSP! Woop! And with the extra contributions I have been hard at work. You can see here which stocks were already on my radar. I decided to go ahead and buy some shares of Alimentation Couche-tard (ATD.B), 21 shares to be precise. I also increased my position in Dream Global REIT ...
Posted: Oct 12 2017 @ 3:03 PM
I feel like telling you guys a story, so I will. That’s what nice about blogging, you always have the impression someone is listening as you write. My love of money is rooted deep, very deep. My father was alway good with money and I would consider him a very wise spender. I can say the same about his father before him, who still working by the way… 86 years old! ...
Posted: Oct 06 2017 @ 5:56 PM

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