I’ve been on a bit of a buying streak lately for my long term dividend portfolio, focusing on buying dividend companies that demonstrate: long term growth prospects, solid history of paying/increasing dividends and over a variety of sectors. I started my portfolio with mainly oil & gas stocks but have since moved into REITs, utilities, banks (I love the big banks) and telecommunications.
Now that I have maxed out my RRSP and TFSA the focus will now turn to maxing out my wife’s TFSA – something we have never done before. For simplicity I may choose an index strategy for her TFSA but in the meantime I am enjoying the dividends from my stocks.
Sure Dividend writes about whether dividend growth investors should buy Disney’s stock right now.
Scott from Two Investing shares his contribution for the large guide called 101 dividend investing tips from the experts.
One of the biggest factors for any investor is the time in the market. DivHut writes about starting a dividend growth portfolio at birth.
If you’ve ever wondered how to profit when the market starts to go down – check out the article from the Simple Retiree.
Tawcan asks the question – what would you do with a cool $10,000,000?
Barry from Money We Have asks whether you were a victim of overspending.
What is your definition of rich? John Ryan shares his definition here.
Robb Engen tells the story of how he went from credit card abuser to rewards card master. I’m no master myself but it looks like I’ll earn about $1,100 this year from using credit cards for almost all purchases.
And last but not least…….my favourite article in a while comes from My Own Advisor. He asks his readers to share their big fat investing mistakes. What are yours?