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Project 2035
Early Retirement
Dividends, budgets, financial independence
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SINK (Single Income, No Kids)
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Today I was browsing trough boring rapports at the market. One company announced this, other that, pff boring stuff… and then my eye was coughs by one 2 week old message from my largest dividend employee Tallinna Kaubamaja. They are having annual shareholders meeting in 6 days but most important what is the Managment Board proposed […] ...
Posted: Mar 16 2018 @ 4:38 PM
Wow we are on fire! 🙂 A 3rd buy in less then 2 months and it was just 2 weeks after we have purchase Procter & Gamble. Reason behind such fast buy is simple – today I received 1,7 kEUR bonus for Y2017. Thank you job 🙂 We agreed with my wife that we split this […] ...
Posted: Feb 24 2018 @ 3:54 AM
I would like to share one exciting milestone that we accomplished lately – as title says our investments into shares has surpassed 10 kEUR mark after purchase of PG last week. I know its not that important what is the investment value, but it is more important how much dividends cash flow it creates, but […] ...
Posted: Feb 18 2018 @ 3:55 PM
Some time ago I have wrote about one of my health improvement methods that I use – cold showers. This morning routine does wonderful things to your body and mind 🙂 Steeping out of your comfort zone and refreshing both body and mind. Cold showers do have positive effect on your immune system. Also cold […] ...
Posted: Feb 11 2018 @ 3:11 PM
This is quite unusual for me to have another buy in such a short time. One month have not passed since we bought American Electric Power back in mid January and here we are again buying dividend paying stocks. This time the funds were not even in the saving account and I have “borrowed” some funds from my […] ...
Posted: Feb 08 2018 @ 3:46 PM
You got that right, today I got this great news that i’m getting a raise! How great is that' And the best part is that I did not even had to ask for it! 🙂 Actually the news came yesterday, when Intel announced that they will raise their quarterly dividends from 0,2725$ to 0,3$ which represent […] ...
Posted: Jan 26 2018 @ 3:38 PM
Since my capital allocation of 200 EUR/mo. allow me to make investments only once a quarter I decided thats it is quite good to note about my purchases. They are rare and people like rare things, right' 🙂 Ok since my investment account filled to 500$ line, which I view as the minimum investment line, […] ...
Posted: Jan 17 2018 @ 5:16 PM
And the last thing that has to be done at begging of year is setting year new y2018 goals. There is no better way to set new goals is to have a look at the old ones. So lets look again at our y2017 goals. Have a baby – Failed Save 15% of income. (Actual 9%) – Failed Have Total […] ...
Posted: Jan 07 2018 @ 9:48 AM
Ok so the last thing that I would like to look at is my sport goals of Y2017. Run 300 km. (Actual 200 km) – Failed Run a half-marathon 21 km. Completed (2:32) I managed to run the half-marathon, but just barely. I have to admin that I was not prepared well enough, but the goal was completed. Now for the […] ...
Posted: Jan 07 2018 @ 8:55 AM
And the last post how did our investment done at end on Y2017. Some investment were made at Q4: At the begging of November we bought 20 shares of AT&T paying 33,78 USD / share paying 686 USD (incl. fee). With current dividends of 0.50 USD/quarter YOC stands at impressive 4,1% after tax (-30%) giving us solid and […] ...
Posted: Jan 05 2018 @ 1:52 PM


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