Dividend Income Summer Update 2017
Before we dig into the Dividend Income Summer Update, I want to talk a bit about how my summer has
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Dividend Zombies: Companies that have paid dividend for more than 100 years!
It´s friday evening here in Norway now. Therefore, what could be better than starting the evening easy with some stock
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How to think like a Consultant
Today we are going to take a look at how a Consultant thinks about problem solving. After this exercise, my
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Recent Purchase: Tanger Factory Outlet and more Veidekke
Few things give me more pleasure than seeing my annual income rise, aswell as buying stocks that have met some
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If You’re Asked to be a Guarantor, Look Before You Leap
Sponsered post: The following article is one of the few paid advertisment that I choose to post, because I care
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Stock Analysis of H&M [Sold]
Overview H&M is one of the most known retailers in the world. The combination of quality and cheap has been
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Investing Lesson: Why Buying Netflix In 2012 Made Me Foolish
The following article originally appeared on https://divgro.blogspot.no/2017/07/investing-lesson-why-buying-netflix-in.html  on 2017-07-9. It’s hard to imagine that it has been five years since I started investing and
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How To Travel The World On A Budget
Dear readers, some of you are old loyal readers that enjoy seeing new posts once a week about stocks or
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Books: What To Read This Summer?
Books Summer is here, and sun means books and reading. So here I present a beta version of my reading
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Dividend Income Update May 2017
Summary: Dividends received: 12 Dividend Income for May 2017 landed on $322.76 or 2735 NOK Last year I got $215
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Dividend Income is up 69.53 % since last year
My Dividend Income has already gone up 69.59% since last year, and I suspect it will go up about 300 %
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How I´m Building a Portfolio from Scratch
This blog post is about how I´m building a dividend growth portfolio from scratch. Last year I found out that
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Recent Purchases – Beer, Food, Clothes and Real Estate
Yesterday was one of the sunniest days here in Bergen, Norway. I had an offer to go on a date
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How to Formulate Investment Goals
Lately, I´ve seen that many dividend investors tend to use portfolio value as one of their main goals or measurement
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Dividend Income Update April 2017
Summary: Dividends received: 7 Dividend Income in April 2017 landed on:  1695, 38 NOK or $198 Almost twice the total
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Recent Stock Purchases April 2017
We are already in the middle of April and I can see that the spring is slowly coming. Even though
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Why Financial Independence?
A month ago, my mother said that she was a bit concerned. She wasn´t very happy to say the least
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Dividend Income Update Q1 2017
Hello readers! From now on, I will start writing a dividend income update every third month. Hopefully, this will increase
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Price Return vs Total Return
Many investors care about price return when they compare how they are performing against others or against a selected index.
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Why Dividend Growth Investment Is My Strategy
I should say that I was in a special mood when writing the blog post about DGI and if it
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Financial Independence by 2040?
When I started this blog, I wrote about my goal of Financial Independence by 2040, http://www.stockles.com/about/. Let´s take a look. Will
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How to spot hyped stocks
Well, In 2015, November 28th I wrote some posts about the hyped stocks Fingerprint and Sensys Gatso Group. I wanted
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DGI – is it really for me?
DGI – is it really for me? This week I have read a lot about index investing as well as
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What are REITs?
My strategy For most investors REITs are unknown, but it´s such a simple investment case that every dividend investor should
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How to use Dividend Carpet Bombing
Dividend Carpet Bombing is one of those secret unknown fundamental rules that a lot of dividend investor forget. It´s simple,
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Value investing vs dividend investing
The majority of dividend investors tend to neglect value investing. They say it does not fit their portfolio or strategy.
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Strategy: Always doing something
Like many other years, I started this year the worst possible way.
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End of Year Evaluation
End of year evaluation Let´s do a year evaluation together: Did you beat the index you compete against?
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How To Avoid These Investing Mistakes
How To Avoid These Investing Mistakes It takes practives to become good at about anything. All of the investors you
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