Methodology I Use to Build Outperforming Portfolios

When I started investing, I was young and reckless. I enjoyed the opportunity to start my investing journey at a relatively young age (23) and make my mistakes with smaller numbers. My first three years in the investing world was crowned by success. I rapidly built a $50,000 cash down

Investing During a Market Frenzy

While being on the road like I am now, I have a luxury that most investors don’t have; I can distance myself from extraordinary events that push the market up or down. To be honest, I was aware of the Brexit decision when the market was about to close on Friday. The best part is [R

Review in May, Buy in October

As the second earnings season is over, it’s now time to review my portfolio and see how the first part of the year has progressed. As the old sayings goes… “sell in May and go away”, I would rather say review in May and buy in October ;-). After all, if I were to sell […]

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This Simplest Investing Advice is the Best Ever for All Investors

A few weeks ago, I wrote an article about my best investing moves and the worst ones. As investors, we live various experiences and have the chance to learn from them. My fellow blogger ATL at Amber Tree Leaves commented on this article telling he that  if could go back in time and st

The Dividend Growth Investing Course Launches Now!

  Throughout the past few months, I’ve been in contact with people like you who read my blog and have questions about investing. I love to chat about investing strategy and the stock market in general (if you ever want to chat, just hit the reply button at any time!). One questio

How Easy is Retirement Planning with Dividend Growth Investing

One of the biggest issues we will face in the upcoming years is one of interest. In fact, we can say that roughly 90% of the population is in the same boat for this issue; we are on our own to plan our retirement. Fully funded pensions are more rare than Pandas in China and […]

In the Search for Optimal Numbers of Stocks in your Portfolio Part 3

Last week, I asked 11 dividend bloggers 6 questions to learn more about their portfolio and investment strategies. You can read Part#1 and Part#2 if you have missed them. I thought it would only be fair for everybody to share my own perception of how many shares to manage in a dividen

In the Search for Optimal Numbers of Stocks in your Portfolio Part 2

Following Monday’s article here are the answers from 6 other generous participants:   Dividend Life #1 What is the size of your portfolio, Dividend Life? Size as in value? I hold both individual stocks and mutual funds. The individual stock portion is $35,376 as of end of June an

In the Search for Optimal Numbers of Stocks in your Portfolio Part 1

Each week, I read numerous dividend investing blogs. Most of them are authored by savvy investors who have been following their own dividend investing strategies. What is amazing about investing is that there isn’t a single strategy that trumps all the others. There are many ways to m