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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 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
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: Feb 06 2019 @ 9:54 PM
As I wrap up 2018 and take a look back on the year that was, I feel compelled to review the best books I read through the year that shaped my thinking. I always read with a pen in my hand as I tend to make notes in margins and underline important sections. This makes […] ...
Posted: Jan 06 2019 @ 5:43 PM
It feels like just yesterday that I laid out my Five Year Plan for achieving what I deemed “Semi-Financial Freedom”. At the time I had a general idea of the direction I wanted to go with my investments but felt I lacked structure. As a result, I wasn’t holding myself accountable for progressing effectively toward […] ...
Posted: Jan 02 2019 @ 7:48 PM
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: Jan 02 2019 @ 9:42 AM
First of all, Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and all the best in the New Year to each of you. It has once again been a pleasure to share the year with all of you and to interact. While personal finance is the basis around which we converse, it has been great sharing parts of my […] ...
Posted: Dec 31 2018 @ 6:34 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. While I have been diligent to track my progress on a quarterly and annual basis over the past […] ...
Posted: Dec 01 2018 @ 6:24 PM
I began investing in earnest in early 2009. Prior to that I didn’t have a real strategy aside from a general proclivity toward saving money while not spending frivolously. I had begun prior to 2009, however, to research what would eventually blossom into the dividend growth investing (DGI) strategy that I now follow. For the […] ...
Posted: Nov 25 2018 @ 5:50 PM

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