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Get Rich Brothers

Blog Info

Name:
Get Rich Brothers
Category:
Early Retirement
Tags:
Money, Investing
Start Year:
2014

Blogger Bio

Net worth:
$150,000.00
Location:
Cornwall, Ontario, Canada
Age:
20s
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
SINK (Single Income, No Kids)
Profession:
Analyst

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Latest Blog Posts

My Background Each investor faces a different set of circumstances. Now 32, I have been investing since I was 22 years old. My first investment in individual stocks was made in the heart of the financial crisis back in May of 2009. I purchased 40 shares (80, split-adjusted) of Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD). However, for years […] ...
Posted: Jul 06 2019 @ 10:47 AM
As a dividend growth investor (DGI), I am driven to keep track of both my inflows and outflows. Increases in investment income represent one measure to assess whether I am winning or losing the game of money. After spending a full year tracking my dividend income on a monthly basis, I have noticed that I […] ...
Posted: Jul 03 2019 @ 7:48 PM
As a dividend growth investor (DGI), I am driven to keep track of both my inflows and outflows. Increases in investment income represent one measure to assess whether I am winning or losing the game of money. After spending a full year tracking my dividend income on a monthly basis, I have noticed that I […] ...
Posted: Jun 05 2019 @ 7:44 AM
I am inspired by few things. I’m not the sort of person who needs a pump-up song to get things done or feel motivated. I have always believed that a person should be internally motivated. I have always believed that each of us are–or should be–driven by our own metronome to get things done and […] ...
Posted: May 31 2019 @ 12:10 AM
As a dividend growth investor, I am compelled to keep track of both my inflows and outflows. Increases in investment income represent one measure to assess whether I am winning or losing the game of money. After spending a full year tracking my dividend income on a monthly basis, I have noticed that I have […] ...
Posted: May 11 2019 @ 11:12 AM
My Background Each investor faces a different set of circumstances. Now 31, I have been investing since I was 22 years old. My first investment in individual stocks was made in the heart of the financial crisis back in May of 2009. I purchased 40 shares (80, split-adjusted) of Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD). However, for years […] ...
Posted: Apr 22 2019 @ 2:40 PM
As I write this at the beginning of April, I am left to wonder where March went. It was filled with chilled weather and ample amounts of snow. Even now the clutches of the wintry months have yet to soften their grasp. Signs of progress within my portfolio abound, however. Since beginning to track of […] ...
Posted: Apr 06 2019 @ 3:08 PM
My introduction to investing came when I was 18 or 19, so somewhere around late 2005. I serendipitously discovered a display in the Chapters bookstore which had some Robert Kiyosaki titles and I spent the next few hours delving into the basics of a world for which I had previously only had a rudimentary understanding […] ...
Posted: Mar 10 2019 @ 8:39 PM
As a dividend growth investor (DGI), I am driven to keep track of both my inflows and outflows. Increases in investment income represent one measure to assess whether I am winning or losing the game of money. After spending a full year tracking my dividend income on a monthly basis, I have noticed that I […] ...
Posted: Mar 07 2019 @ 12:22 AM
It feels like Christmas morning all over again; Warren Buffett released his annual Letter to Shareholders which comes packed with business lessons and life advice all in a concise 15-page package. Each year I eagerly await this moment when I get to take in insights from, arguably, the greatest investor to ever live. As with […] ...
Posted: Feb 23 2019 @ 3:37 PM

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