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Never Fail with this Ultimate Trigger to Sell a Stock

This is a dark time for investors. We are on the verge of the most important stock market collapse. Things are not going right, but “THEY” want you to believe it is. After all, we have been riding a bull market since 2009…. It’s pure math that the market will drop like a rock in [R

13 Companies to build a Dividend Growth Portfolio with 10 years to go

In my latest article, I’ve discussed the metrics I would use to make a selection of dividend paying companies if I had only 10 years to build my portfolio. The idea of using a shorter time horizon was to show how limited you could be if you only select companies that are currently pay

If I Had 10 Years to Build a Dividend Portfolio

When we think about dividend growth investing, we often think about a horizon of 20, 30 even 40 years in front of us. The true power of dividend growth investing can only be unleashed after such a long period of time. After all, owning shares of Coca-Cola (KO) with a 3% dividend yield

Three Things I Regret About My Portfolio

I often find that many investors sound like a bunch of guys coming back from a fishing trip. When you ask them if fishing was good, they only remember their best catch. They will discuss this single catch with as many details as possible, they will tell you how good they were and how

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

5 Things I did in my 20’s to Make More Money

When people look at me, they tell me I’m lucky… This post has been inspired by Tawcan after he wrote “Weird things I did to save money in my 20’s”. While Tawcan was very good at saving money, being frugal in his 20s, I’ve developed another skill. One mistake I made was to not de

Three WordPressers Making a Splash

From new books to prestigious awards, WordPress.com bloggers have been busy this fall.

From Cash to Dividend Stocks: Building a Retirement Portfolio Step by Step

Warning; this article is massive and contains lots of great info ???? A couple of weeks ago, I received an email from one of my readers. He was in a delicate situation: he was 100% cash and wondered where to start in order to build his retirement portfolio. We exchanged a few emails a