Video of the Week: Think Core, Think Growth

Years of doing research, reading academic studies and working on portfolios (including mine) brought me to this set of rules that enables me to simplify my investing process. Principle 7 – Think Core, Think Growth The last part of this 7 Dividend Investing Principles series i

February 2019 Dividend Income Report, My Dividends Have Been CUT?!?!

  In September 2017, I received slightly over $100K as a result of the commuted value of my pension plan. I decided to invest 100% of this money into dividend growth stocks. Each month, I publish my results. I don’t do this to brag, I do this to show you it’s possible to build

Video of the Week: The Rationale Used to Buy is Also Used to Sell

Years of doing research, reading academic studies and working on portfolios (including mine) brought me to this set of rules that enables me to simplify my investing process. Principle 6 – The Rationale Used to Buy is Also Used to Sell Writing down a strong investment thesis

Video of the Week: Buy When You Have Money in Hand – At The Right Valuation

Years of doing research, reading academic studies and working on portfolios (including mine) brought me to this set of rules that enables me to simplify my investing process. Principle 5 – Buy When You Have Money in Hand – At The Right Valuation One of the most debated

Investing the Canadian Way – Tricks I use to Boost My Returns

Investing as a Canadian comes with it’s fair share of challenges. The first is that we come with a very biased background. We are fortunate to have the Federal Government to set protectionism rules around our banks and our telecom. This situation creates perfect oligopoly whe

Video of the Week: A Strong Dividend Triangle Ensures Future Growth

Years of doing research, reading academic studies and working on portfolios (including mine) brought me to this set of rules that enables me to simplify my investing process. Principle 4 – A Strong Dividend Triangle Ensures Future Growth. When analysing a dividend stock, ther

Dividend Cut, What Do I Do?

A dividend cut is the worst things that could happen to a dividend investor. Sometimes, management decides to break their promise and fails their shareholders by slashing their dividend payment. When such an event happens, we are left with a big hole in our portfolio. A dividend cu

Video of the Week : Find Sustainable Growth

Years of doing research, reading academic studies and working on portfolios (including mine) brought me to this set of rules that enables me to simplify my investing process.  Principle 3 – Find sustainable Dividend Growth. It is one thing for a company to show growth in

January 2019 Dividend Income Report, A Trade and +14% Divvy Increase

In September 2017, I received slightly over $100K as a result of the commuted value of my pension plan. I decided to invest 100% of this money into dividend growth stocks. Each month, I publish my results. I don’t do this to brag, I do this to show you it’s possible to build a port

Video of the Week: Focus on Dividend Growth

Years of doing research, reading academic studies and working on portfolios (including mine) brought me to this set of rules that enables me to simplify my investing process. Principle 2 – Focus on Dividend Growth. Why? Because Dividend Growth Stocks beat the market most of t