Emotion Creates the Motion

Emotion Creates the Motion Have you heard that somewhere? I know, the real official quote is the opposite (motion creates emotion) and it comes from Boiler Room:     It seems a bit simplistic; but I believe emotion creates the motion. I believe one can change his future if h

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Stock Valuation – The Mystery of the Discounted Rate

After offering the Dividend Toolkit at a rebate for the whole month of April, I’ve had many questions about stock valuation, most precisely about the discount rate. The discount rate is used to determine a stock value through the Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) model and the Dividend Disco

There are 3 Words in Dividend Growth

I decided I didn’t have enough from the article I wrote last week about dividend reports. Last week, I knew I was opening a can of worm when I wrote that I don’t understand the importance of tracking my dividend income on a monthly basis. While the discussion was very interesting on t

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How to Handle the Currency Factor

You may not know this, but I have a pretty diverse readership. Roughly 44% of my readers are Americans, 40% is Canadian and 6% coming from Europe. Over the past three years, there was a major concern all readers shared with me; the currency factor. Each time there are important curren

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What to Do with this Cash in your Investing Account?

The stock market is trading at its highest level ever; valuation multiples are increasing, it almost smells like food burning in the oven if you ask the “Swan Fans”. I get the following question from my readers almost daily of late: “I’ve an important sum of money sleeping in my cash

Dividend Income Report; The Good… and the Bad

I’m pretty sure you don’t solely read this blog if you are interested in dividend investing. Among your weekly reads, you probably include other great dividend blogs such as the ones I mention on my stock website resource page.   Have you noticed something very common? Most blogg

Five Reasons to Invest in Dividend Paying Stocks in 2013

Dividend paying stocks may be the most under-reported and underrated investment opportunity of the year, according to many investment experts. As more and more S&P 500 companies pay dividends – and more dividend stocks increase their dividend rate – more and more investors are sna