ALL! I am excited to be back. I dropped the blogging thing for a while, however I did not suspend my contributions! I want to give a brief update on where my portfolio lies in a 12-month rolling average income. It is quite exciting to only be 3 years into my career and starting to… Read More Forward 12-month Dividend – Oct 2016
It is that time of the month to document and analyze my monthly cash flow coming directly from dividend payments of the companies in which I am invested. My first impression is that I am somewhat disappointed with this month’s performance, but all in all some money received is better than no money at all!… Read More Monthly Dividend Payment Update – July 2015
Commodities are hitting all time lows right now and what does that mean for individual investors like you and me? Time to pool up some money and dive right into some investments. That is exactly what I have been doing this month, buying up attractive commodity businesses at low prices. Maybe it will come back… Read More Recent Purchase – BHP Billiton
I got feisty today – I promised myself I would start saving more cash so that I have a bit more of an emergency fund, but today’s actions demonstrate that I decided otherwise. Maybe a larger cash position will be more of a priority after I get past that $100,000 hump that Charlie Munger and… Read More Recent Purchase – Kinder Morgan Inc.
It is time for my first dividend update on my blog – at 24 years old I can honestly say I am pleased with my current progress. Since I started investing I have never looked at my dividend income on a monthly basis before, and honestly I was pretty surprised – it is amazing how… Read More Monthly Dividend Payment Update
You may be curious why I have more than two investment accounts – in all reality it is a phenomenal question worth plenty of explaining. Some of you may be familiar with the fact that I have 6 or 7 investment accounts – a 401k, IRA, IBA, Computershares and ShareOwner services (through Wells Fargo). This… Read More Investment Account Breakdown (Part 1)
Thanks to my employer I have the ability to invest through Fidelity. This is where I have many of my investment accounts – mainly my 401k and IRA, but I also house my IBA and 529 accounts (for my nephews) here as well. One day I was browsing through some of the articles on the… Read More Recent Purchase – REIT