Financial Advice From the Old Testament

Among the many personal finance and dividend blogs that exist, the common theme of ‘financial discipline’ seems to dominate our writings. We often talk about having financial discipline when it comes to our savings rate. We speak of living below our means and not chasing after material objects. We speak of financial discipline with our … Read more

Reasons Your Business Should Accept Card Payments

The following is a guest blog post:   There are so many great reasons why your business should definitely start accepting credit card payments from clients and customers, especially if you have not already done so and you are still relying upon checks and cash from people. These solutions can be inconvenient both to you … Read more

Introducing A New Visual Way To Invest

When analyzing stocks we are constantly searching for new and innovative ways to gather information and gain insight into a potential buy. Typically, we scour through dozens of income statements and balance sheets while looking at historical charts and graphs all in an effort to make sense of the data collected. Wouldn’t it be nice … Read more

Building A Financial Safety Net: My Real World Experience

Recently I was asked to share my personal experiences regarding my opinion on achieving financial success. While being a very broad question that has different meanings and answers for specific individuals, I can summarize the answer to this question in one word, ‘time.’   There’s little debate that time is the ally of anyone seeking … Read more

Dividend Portfolio Sector Allocation May 2015

Every few months I like to take a look at my portfolio holdings and examine my overall sector allocations to see if they meet my comfort level as to how my capital is distributed. As we all know, market forces affect certain sectors at different times throughout business cycles which can often throw many portfolio … Read more