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

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

What Happens When You Hit a Correction As a Dividend Growth Investor? Nothing!

Everybody will agree that 2018 was an “annus horribilis” on the market. The year-end results haven’t been that bad with the S&P 500 total return of -4.38%, but the Ultra-Bear cult would rather remind us that the S&P 500 lost 19.2% between September 20th and December 24th (b

Video of the Week: Lessons Learned from 2018

This week, I posted an article on the Lessons I learned in 2018 and it had some success over the web and on social media! Therefore, I thought about making a short video from it. The market was full of uncertainties in 2018 and even lead to some pitfalls. Still, there are some less

3+1 Lessons From 2018 – A Guide to Beat the Bear

The second half of 2018 has been challenging for many investors. For the first time in several years, both the TSX and S&P 500 finished in negative territories. While some screamed for a bear market, I’m not too convinced about the strength of that bear. After all, the S&P

Investing in 2019 and Beyond; How to Build a Safe Dividend Portfolio

“It would be wonderful if we could avoid the common setbacks with timely exits.” – Peter Lynch Source: Ycharts In a perfect world, we would be genius investors that always get out on time and invest all their monies right before the market jumps back up. While this last sente