February Stock Considerations

As another new month approaches I am reminded to, once again, look at my portfolio holdings and decide where to deploy my fresh capital for the month. Looking back at the month of January, I have seen additional declines in the large Canadian bank stocks. No doubt, this was in direct correlation to the continued … Read more

Keep Your Goals And Resolutions

With one month of the new year almost in the books, I thought that now would be a good time to check on how your 2015 goals and resolutions are being kept. Is 2015 the year you actually keep those goals and resolutions you set up for yourself? All too often we hear about those … Read more

Dr. Copper – The Cure For Your Commodity Blues

Investing in Pure Play Dividend Paying Copper Stocks   Commodity prices are making headlines on a daily basis. With the constant chatter about deflation as oil prices continue to tumble as well as iron ore, hogs, wheat and copper to name a few, one must ask if we are sitting on one of the greatest … Read more

Recent Stock Purchase – January 2015

Well it happened a little faster than I anticipated but I have made my very first purchases of 2015 during the first week of the year. I guess after five days in a row of strong market sell offs in all the major indexes as well as commodities I couldn’t pass up some of the … Read more

Dividend Income Update – December 2014

These are the posts every dividend growth investor loves to read and write about, the monthly dividend income report. And why not? It’s a chance for us to highlight our “earned” passive income for the previous month and measure our own dividend income growth.   December was a record month for my taxable and ROTH … Read more

January Stock Considerations

A new year and a new month is upon us which is the perfect time to lay out potential stock investments for my dividend income portfolio. This month I am faced with the question of finally dipping my toe into the energy sector, as many dividend growth bloggers have been doing, or perhaps stick with … Read more