Dividend Investing – 5 Success Strategies for long-term wealth generation

For most of us, the start in dividend investing is definitely not easy. It usually takes years instead of months before we start to experience the benefits of our continuous efforts and dedication to dividend investing.

I’m now 6 years on the journey and recently I realized that more and more new dividend investors started following me.

That’s the reason why this time I would like to spend some time on sharing my learnings. This should avoid you to make some mistakes I made along the way and it’s something you can benefit from.

Maybe needless to say, but dividend investing is not some get rich quick scheme. Hence, you have some time to learn and maybe even make some of your own mistakes along the way.

But it just so much helps if you can build on other people’s learnings already.

That’s why, in today’s video, I’m sharing with you 5 dividend investing tips which I consider successful dividend investing strategies.

Enjoy the video!


  • 00:00 – Introduction
  • 02:15 – Success Strategy #1
  • 06:45 – Success Strategy #2
  • 12:10 – Success Strategy #3
  • 14:40 – Success Strategy #4
  • 19:15 – Success Strategy #5

References mentioned in this video:

1️⃣ Should you Reinvest dividends?
2️⃣ Best low cost brokers
3️⃣ Free Dividend Growth Portfolio Tracker
4️⃣ When to sell a dividend stock
5️⃣ Dividend Freedom calculator template

Yours Truly,

European Dividend Growth Investor

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European DGI

I am European DGI and it's my desire to retire early via Dividend Growth Investing as a passive income stream. This is not easy and especially when living in Europe. That's why I started this blog because I truly believe we can learn a lot from each other by sharing our journeys!


I’m not a certified financial planner/advisor nor a certified financial analyst nor an economist nor a CPA nor an accountant nor a lawyer. I’m not a finance professional through formal education. I’m a person who believes and takes pride in a sense of freedom, satisfaction, fulfillment and empowerment that I get from being financially competent and being conscious managing my personal money. The contents on this blog are for informational and entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial, accounting, or legal advice. I can’t promise that the information shared on my blog is appropriate for you or anyone else. By reading this blog, you agree to hold me harmless from any ramifications, financial or otherwise, that occur to you as a result of acting on information provided on this blog.

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