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How a Company Like Procter & Gamble Can Set You Up For Retirement
  • How a Company Like Procter & Gamble Can Set You Up For Retirement

How a Company Like Procter & Gamble Can Set You Up For Retirement

By |March 10th, 2016|

As more and more people begin to enter their retirement years they are finding that generating income to fund their expenses can be very difficult. Before 2008, most retirees used a healthy dose of treasury bonds to generate their income. But with interest rates still historically low, the income from treasury bonds is not […]

Is Chevron Dividend Safe?
  • Is Chevron Dividend Safe?

Is Chevron Dividend Safe?

By |February 2nd, 2016|

10 Reasons the Rich use Life Insurance to Create Wealth
  • 10 Reasons the Rich use Life Insurance to Create Wealth

10 Reasons the Rich use Life Insurance to Create Wealth

By |January 25th, 2016|

Just a few short years ago, I was staunchly opposed to whole life insurance, because that’s what I was taught by national “gurus” 25 years ago. I wholeheartedly believed (as many people still do) that if you need life insurance, you should buy a term policy, then take the difference in premiums between whole […]

3 Reasons to Consider Adding Dividend Growth Stocks to Your Portfolio
  • 3 Reasons to Consider Adding Dividend Growth Stocks to Your Portfolio

3 Reasons to Consider Adding Dividend Growth Stocks to Your Portfolio

By |December 15th, 2015|

There are a lot of different ways to slice and dice stocks. You have growth, value, momentum, blue chips, small caps, sectors, industries… The list goes on and on.

Dividend growth stocks aren’t mentioned enough. Most people talk about growth or value. Dividend growth is a combination of looking for high quality, fair or better […]

The Value of Dividend Stocks
  • The Value of Dividend Stocks

The Value of Dividend Stocks

By |November 18th, 2015|

Entrepreneur, investment guru, and television personality Kevin O’Leary says the choppy financial markets in North America shouldn’t cause investors to run away. Instead, he says, stock investors should be looking at these times with opportunities in mind.

In an interview with CTV News, O’Leary says he only invests in dividend-paying stocks. He explained that over […]

Why I Like Low Yielding Dividend Stocks
  • Why I Like Low Yielding Dividend Stocks

Why I Like Low Yielding Dividend Stocks

By |June 5th, 2015|

By Long Term Brian

My name is Brian am I am a 32 year old husband and father of 3.  As a true financial nerd, I enjoy reading, writing, budgeting and anything related to the stock market.  My wife and I are on a journey to become financially independent before age 35.  You can find […]

Why Dividend Growth Investing Works
  • Why Dividend Growth Investing Works

Why Dividend Growth Investing Works

By |December 11th, 2014|

By Ben Reynolds with Sure Dividend

Dividend growth investing is not for everyone.  It is a specific style of investing that focuses on finding high quality businesses that have the ability to increase dividend payments year after year.  Dividend growth companies increase investors passive income as the company grows.  Dividend growth investing generally appeals to long […]

Become a Great Investor in 3 Easy Lessons
  • Become a Great Investor in 3 Easy Lessons

Become a Great Investor in 3 Easy Lessons

By |November 25th, 2014|

This is a guest post by Mike, aka The Dividend Guy. He authors The Dividend Guy Blog since 2010 and manages portfolios at Dividend Stocks Rock. He is a passionate investor.

If interested in submitting a guest post please read my guest post policy and then contact me.

Investing should be part of any personal financial […]

Thoughts About Investing
  • Thoughts About Investing

Thoughts About Investing

By |August 14th, 2012|

The following is a guest post about investing. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my
guest posting policy and then contact me.
Never Trade the News
I know traders who spend their whole careers trying to predict the market data reports, earnings reports, unemployment numbers, etc. And you want to know the commonality among […]