Dividend Investing is Fun & Exciting

“If investing is entertaining, if you’re having fun, you’re probably not making any money. Good investing is boring.” -George Soros There is this belief that investing should not be entertaining.  In fact, they say, it should be plain boring. This is probably related to

Is Investing About Luck? Or Why Dividend Growth Kicks Ass Against All Odds

I’m sure you have a friend that knows everything about hockey, but has never played. He knows about the best strategies and how to use them against specific rivals, but never coached a hockey team in his life. I’m also sure that when you had your first child, many people around you

International Dividend Stocks; Do You Really Need Them?

I read about many dividend bloggers who just love international dividend stocks. International companies open the door to additional diversification and growth vectors. Since many international dividend stocks trade on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), it is easy to buy them. In

Should I Go With Dividend Growth Investing or ETFs? An Answer to Ben Felix

A few days ago, a reader asked me what I thought about dividend growth investing vs ETF (index) investing. He referred to an article from the Globe & Mail written by Benjamin Felix. He claimed that dividend investing is nothing but a fairy tale. He described how focusing on div

Gender Balance is a Business Issue

On gender balance, diversity, and inclusion at Automattic.

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

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

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

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