Simply Safe Dividends is one on the best, if not the best, investment site I know. What I like about them is the rational and objective approach Brian Bollinger, the CEO, takes when he talks about stocks. It’s not about maximizing the short-term results, but rather play the long-term gain, and let Read more…
February 2018 has been a fun month. Finally, something is happening in the market. In this post, I’ll show you what happened to my portfolio and what went inside my head when the temperature was high. The key to being a successful investor (also human?) is to think more than Read more…
Here at Stockles, we often talk about stocks, money and personal finance, but that’s not the true purpose of the blog. Many bloggers talk about financial independence so that we quit our jobs and retiree early. What then? Are you going to wake up each morning and figure out what Read more…
2017 was a great year for me. As you’ve read from my latest dividend income report, my YTY Dividend Income grew by 230%. While that’s nothing less than awesome, I got some valuable lessons this year that I wanted to share with you guys. Lesson 1 Buying a so-called “starter Read more…
2017 will soon be in the books, and what a year it’s been. Financially, I’ve added more than $10,000 to the portfolio and $3,000 to the funds portfolio. The dividend income has risen from $336 to $1,117 which means a 232.44 % YTY growth. But my forecast for 2018 is even more motivating. Before we go ahead and look at the dividend forecast for 2018, let’s take a look at this months Dividend Income Update. (more…)
Welcome, The Dividend Income Report for November is finished, so lét´s go ahead and take a look:
- Total Dividend Income for November: §110.00 or 915.30 NOK
- Last year: $16
- Dividend Income VS Total Spending: 11.44%
- Payment from 9 companies
- Total Dividend Income is close to $1,100
- Total dividend income from 2016: 226.13%
Summary Dividends received: 4 Dividend Income in September 2017 landed: 258 NOK or $33.61 Almost $300 LESS than the total dividend income from September 2016! No reinvestments Sold Telenor with a 40% total return Hello everyone, once again it’s time for one of my favourite posts, namely the monthly Dividend Income Read more…
This week I held a presentation on Dividend Growth Investment at the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH). Since I know many of my readers are still at the beginning of their investment career, I’d like to share my slides with you guys!
Lately, I’ve seen that many dividend investors tend to use portfolio value as one of their main goals or measures for success. Most investors haven’t experienced a recession or a major bear market, and I claim they should rethink their goals.
UPDATE: Not sure if YOC is usable after all. Instead, Dividend Income might be the key. However, you can read the article for fun anyways. Remember to check the comments for further info. (more…)
A month ago, my mother said that she was a bit concerned. She wasn’t very happy to say the least that having money or financial independence was my main goal in life. She literally asked me what I was going to do with all of this money, and didn’t I have any extended purpose than just getting rich?