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JC

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Name:
Passive Income Pursuit
Category:
Investing
Tags:
Money, Early Retirement
Start Year:
2011

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Net worth:
Location:
Houston, Texas, United States
Age:
30s
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
Profession:
Engineer / MWD
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Latest Blog Posts

I'm finally back after taking the last 2.5 months or so off.  It feels good to be back although this wasn't so much of a choice as it just happened to work out that way.  While I haven't been busy with writing or even reading blogs, I've been very busy with "life".  As many of you know whenever I'm at work that means I'm gone from home and my wife ...
Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 6:30 AM
Happy Weekend!  Check out what's been going on in my world and some of the best articles from around the blogosphere. I hope everyone has been having a good couple weeks.  I've taken a bit of a break from writing, well not a planned one, it's more that life has gotten very busy.  As many of you know I work out of town so when I'm home my productivity regarding writing ...
Posted: Jun 24 2017 @ 8:30 AM
Getting a pay raise while sitting on the couch?  Sign me up!  Thanks Realty Income for the dividend increase! Something I love about dividend growth investing is that each month I get to hear about companies I own deciding to pay me more money in dividends.  Just for owning a small portion of said companies.  Not going and doing R&D for new products or technology.  Not selling any products.  Not managing ...
Posted: Jun 23 2017 @ 6:30 AM
Options for Income Week Ending June 2nd My preferred method of generating income from my investments is just plain old dividend growth investing.  I love that the most because it's a truly passive source of income that requires no work and very little monitoring on my part once the initial research on the company/valuation is complete.  The problem with dividend growth investing is that it requires a large capital base in ...
Posted: Jun 11 2017 @ 8:00 AM
Happy Weekend!  Check out what's been going on in my world and some of the best articles from around the blogosphere. This was a rather ho-hum week as far as investing as well as my writing.  The markets continued their climb higher which was good for some of my option positions, but very bad for others.  That's led to a rather sub-par start to June, but looking at the bigger picture ...
Posted: Jun 10 2017 @ 8:30 AM
Option Activity for the Week of May 29th As part of running this blog that chronicles my journey to financial independence I like to be open and honest with all of my transactions.  Typically that revolves around buying shares of high quality companies that I deem to be at fair value or less.  And occasionally there's a sale of a company like when I closed one of my positions earlier this ...
Posted: Jun 08 2017 @ 6:45 AM
Happy Weekend!  Check out what's been going on in my world and some of the best articles from around the blogosphere. One of the big downsides to working out of town is that the "honey do" list builds up while I'm away.  This past week I've been very busy scratching items off that list, but since a lot of it was outside the weather didn't cooperate as much as I would ...
Posted: Jun 03 2017 @ 8:30 AM
This year keeps flying by, but the great is that with each passing month there's more dividends coming in.Come check out how much these companies paid me to do absolutely nothing for the company!  That's the kind of work-life balance that I love! My real-life portfolio monthly dividend update for May 2017 I've started the process of transferring the shares held at Loyal3 to my main brokerage account.With May in the books ...
Posted: Jun 01 2017 @ 6:45 AM
Options for Income Week Ending May 26th My preferred method of generating income from my investments is just plain old dividend growth investing.  I love that the most because it's a truly passive source of income that requires no work and very little monitoring on my part once the initial research on the company/valuation is complete.  The problem with dividend growth investing is that it requires a large capital base in ...
Posted: May 31 2017 @ 6:45 AM
Option Activity for the Week of May 22nd As part of running this blog that chronicles my journey to financial independence I like to be open and honest with all of my transactions.  Typically that revolves around buying shares of high quality companies that I deem to be at fair value or less.  And occasionally there's a sale of a company like when I closed one of my positions earlier this ...
Posted: May 30 2017 @ 6:45 AM

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