Demand the Best of Both Worlds

The following is a guest blog post: There are two types of dividend investors out there: yield grabbers and growth groupies. But the most successful dividend income investors capture both. Income-focused investors are not happy receiving a paltry 2% dividend yield. Who can blame them! Earning 2% a year doesn’t begin to cover life’s many expenses. That’s … Read more

February 2019 Stock Considerations

As February knocks on our door, it is time, once again, for me to highlight my potential stock buy(s) for the month. As we all know, there are no shortages of great names to consider as many are still selling at very attractive valuations and yields. First up, I’m thinking about buying more AT&T Inc. … Read more

January 2019 Stock Considerations

With a new year and a new month upon us, it is time, once again, for me to outline my potential stock picks for my dividend growth portfolio. I’ll continue to preface this post with my usual rant about how important it is to ignore all the financial panic that’s being spewed by the mainstream … Read more

December 2018 Stock Considerations

As we soon enter the last month of 2018, it is time, once again, to highlight some of my potential stock buys for December. It’s funny how some months I prepare a long list of potential stocks to buy and other months I barely scrape a few names together. With the start of December at … Read more

September 2018 Stock Considerations

A little late with this post as I like to highlight my potential stock buys in the beginning of the month but sometimes it can be tough deciding where to deploy fresh capital when many stocks are trading at premium prices. Of course, we all know that no matter how high the market rises there … Read more

Dividend Investing Can Enhance Your Income

The following is a guest blog post: To earn gains for holding stock shares, one of the most successfully consistent trading strategies is to invest in dividend stocks. Dividend investing allows you to potentially reap the benefits of capital gains (the share price of your stock moving higher), while receiving a dividend from the company. … Read more