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

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

Video of the Week: High Yield Doesn’t Equal High Return

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 1 – High Yield doesn’t Equal High Return: always remember that there is no free lunch

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

The Dividend Cut in Disguise

Things are not always what they seem -The Internet Today I want to discuss every dividend investors’ worst nightmare: a dividend cut. In most cases, dividend cuts are catastrophic. When you think about it, a company would likely save its shareholders from the pain of seeing their i

When is the Right Time to Take Profit?

This September is quite a special month and it is not because it will be my birthday soon. Nope, in September we are celebrating a great anniversary: it’s the 10th anniversary of the last market crash. For young investors like me (I’m turning 37), this was the only market crash whe

3 Reason to Keep a 100% Equity Portfolio Until You Die

Last week, I shared my latest dividend income update. I used to be highly against tracking down my dividend income because I’m more interested in my total return than anything else. However, I thought it would be a great idea to show investors that you can invest at the “top” of a