What a crazy financial year it’s been. If you recall, 2016 got off to its worst start ever for the financial markets. All the headlines were proclaiming, “It’s the end.” The start of a new bear market was upon us and the major market averages all took steep dives. Fast forward a few months and
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As a dividend growth investor, I’m always on the lookout for new and interesting income investment opportunities. This usually leads me down the path of your typical dividend aristocrats but every once in a while you come across an interesting sector or business segment that a) you never thought existed and b) could potentially fulfill
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This week Mrs. DivHut, baby DivHut and myself will be taking a road trip up the west coast of California, Oregon and Washington with a long visit in Seattle as our final destination. The drive is “scheduled” to take about seven or eight days each way with stops along the road to enjoy the scenery
This is a guest post by Passive Income Dude Ah, Realty Income. The dividend stalwart that all dividend investors love. The company with 23 consecutive years of higher dividends. The safe haven that money flocks to when markets are volatile. The company that trademarked the slogan “The Monthly Dividend Company.” The company that has paid
With half of 2016 already in the books I thought it would be fun and interesting to see how baby DivHut’s dividend income progress has been moving along. I like to do these baby DivHut updates three or four times a year as not much changes in his portfolio on a month to month basis.
The following is a guest blog post: Saving can be quite difficult if you have grown used to buying bags, shoes, and even sets of furniture on impulse. Sure, we are not growing any younger by the day, right? It is important that we set aside some portion of our paycheck and not spend
With half the year officially under our collective belts a clearer picture of our full year of dividend income comes into view. June, of course, is a favorite month among dividend investors as end of quarter months usually signify higher than average passive income received. Looking back at the last six months I can see
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