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Millennial Dividends
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dividends, dividend growth investing, FIRE, early retirement, budgeting, saving money, personal finance, investing, stocks
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I knew I was going to be able to make at least two purchases this month, but I wasn't sure when that would be. Well because of continued market turbulence, it was relatively early in the month. It's just too good of an opportunity to pass when the market  takes a dip. When the market goes down it provides two excellent opportunities. The first opportunity is that the dividend yields ...
Posted: Mar 14 2018 @ 8:42 AM
I've been able to continue to take advantage of market weakness and sector weakness as well. It's hard to say that I want the market to go down, but it really benefits one long term when it does. Price and yield are inversely correlated so if the market goes down all the dividend yields go up. This means my money is worth more and will earn me more dividend income. ...
Posted: Mar 09 2018 @ 9:27 AM
February was a brutal month for investors and even as I write this post the market continues its trend downward. However, I'm a long term investor and this is just short term noise. It actually prevents some great buying opportunities and I don't mind when the market is down. If I can invest during periods of weakness then I can increase my purchasing power. This will all lead to me being ...
Posted: Mar 01 2018 @ 4:35 PM
It has been almost two weeks since I've posted anything. I haven't forgotten about this site, but I've been out of town and then had a minor dental surgery. This was an unexpected expense that has set me back a little in terms of investing, but I should recover in March with some fresh capital. This is now my second post tracking my monthly dividend income. It really helps to ...
Posted: Feb 27 2018 @ 9:36 AM
When I first started along my path to financial freedom I became very good at saving money and finding new ways to save money. You don't have to make a lot of money to retire early. You simply just need to save a good portion of your income. I see a lot of people who make a lot of money, but end up spending most of it anyways. Who cares ...
Posted: Feb 13 2018 @ 1:21 PM
I'm currently 27 years old and I still don't know what I want to do with my life. I don't hate my job, but I just don't want to do it for the next 35 years. I believe the vast majority of people are in jobs that they don't particularly enjoy very much. This is a really sad truth that I learned very quickly after graduating college. When I found out ...
Posted: Feb 12 2018 @ 7:59 PM
The recent volatility in the market opened up some great buying opportunities. I just love when the market goes down, because stocks essentially go on sale. When the overall market goes down, has anything really changed about the company you are buying' Are they still selling products/goods/services' Are they still paying a dividend' If yes to both of those questions then you don't have much to worry about. Did you know ...
Posted: Feb 08 2018 @ 10:08 AM
I love running hypotheticals and different formulas on my spreadsheets to see where I'll be in a few years time. One of the things I was thinking about was how would I be doing in 20 or so years if I never invested another dollar starting today' The beauty of dividend growth investing and investing in general is that your money starts working for you. Year after year your money ...
Posted: Feb 05 2018 @ 10:54 AM
This is my first post in a series where I will track my dividend income each month and compare it to the prior year. I hope these can inspire other people to see just how easy it is to collect these dividends. January is a slow month for me in terms of dividends, but it was better than last year!  These posts will be fun for me to write because they ...
Posted: Feb 02 2018 @ 9:38 AM
This is the first post in a series I'm starting that will track my portfolio from month to month. I will update my portfolio page and I will add a post detailing the prior month. January was a fantastic month for investors across the board. It was my best month ever in terms of market appreciation. Its incredible to see this type of appreciation. While this not to be expected every ...
Posted: Feb 01 2018 @ 11:25 AM


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