Intel Corp Q3 Earnings & a collection of the latest content not shared yet on this blog

It’s been a while since I posted an update here. Don’t worry, I’m not at all intending to slow down or do anything less related to this blog. It’s just that work has been keeping me very busy these days. It seems like the whole world woke up again after this summer and everything needs to happen right now and before the end of the year.

Having said that, it neither means that I haven’t been creating any content lately. I did, but it’s mainly been my Sunday videos, because that’s a routine I created since the start of this blog and it’s very precious to me. As some of you may remember, it all started with a year long series of 5-Bullet Sunday.

I just decided to shift it to another format earlier this year (video), because I feel I can show you more about the process behind my thinking. Fast forward to today, the YouTube channel has been growing steadily and I just reached the milestone of 2000 subscribers.

But hey, that’s about my Sunday routine. Besides that I’m still intending to write one blog article per week in written form. It’s just a bit harder at the moment as I have hardly any evening for myself right now. I honestly hope that I will return to normal with this somewhere mid-November. Let’s see!

But good news, the next article is already half-finished and it will be about the power of dividend reinvesting. I’ll show you a real example based on one of my holdings and I think I should be able to publish this article by Thursday ๐Ÿคž

Having said all of that, let’s have a look in the latest content I created which hasn’t been shared yet via this blog.

Intel Q3 Earnings – Was it really that BAD?

First of all, I had a look into the latest quarterly earnings from Intel Corp. I know that this is a very popular dividend stock in the dividend growth investment community, so I decided to dive a bit deeper in it.

The main question I asked myself after seeing the 12% share price correction: was it really that bad?

The answer to this question is what this video is all about. That’s why I show you what the current headlines are, what my findings were when reading through the 10K and finally my assessment of the fair value after all these insights.

I hope you enjoy this one!

Intel Corp. Q3 2021 Earnings analysis

Aktienplausch mit dem European Dividend Growth Investor

Another article was written for my buddy David Frank who runs a blog called Jung In Rente. It’s part of a series called Aktienplausch in which he interviews different bloggers and financial influencers about their journey.

In this article I’m sharing my thoughts (in English!) about the origin of my passion for dividend growth investing, why I’m into European dividend stocks, what my favorite sources of information are and what I would advise to beginners in dividend investing.

Hence, it might be an interesting interview for you when you would like to hear a bit more about me in a philosophical way ๐Ÿ˜‰


Check it out here:

When to buy Johnson & Johnson?

The third piece of content that I wanted to share with you is about the video which I published a week ago. In this video I’m taking a deeper look into Johnson & Johnson.

Many people quote it as the best dividend growth stock of our times due to its clockwork nature, myself included.

But on the other hand I realized the other day that I actually forgot a lot about their business. The last time I really studied the company was probably about 5 years ago and I couldn’t tell you right now what their main catalysts are and why it should continue to grow their dividends.

Hence, it was really time for me again to give it a deeper look to figure out if there’s anything I should change my mind on.

And truth to be told, there were a few interesting insights which have definitely shifted my thinking about Johnson & Johnson going forward.

I just don’t want to put any spoilers here, so if you’re interested then I would definitely recommend to check it out ๐Ÿ‘‡

Johnson & Johnson stock analysis

Dividend Talk – Episode 70 – Q3 Earnings Reflections ($ABB $ROG $UL $OR)

Last but not least, my digital soulmate Engineer my Freedom and I continue to enjoy our #DividendTalk podcast very much.

We are already at episode 70, can you believe that? I still vividly remember how we just recorded ourselves thinking that 1 or few people would be interested in actually listening to us ๐Ÿ˜‰

We still have a lot of inspiration for many more episodes, so don’t worry!

But if you do happen to know a (retired) CEO who you think we could interview, then please let us know! We would love to hear from a CEO how they think about capital allocation and dividend payments to their investors.

Having said that, enjoy episode #70. Earnings season has started and in this show we discuss 4 very iconic European dividend growth stocks ๐Ÿ‘Œ

Dividend Talk – Episode 70:—Q3-2021-Earnings-has-started–incl–ABB–UL-ROG-OR-e198f8b

So as you can see, a lot of activity is happening and I just wanted to share this to all of you in a single and combined post.

I hope you enjoyed the content and feel free to ask any question or suggestions in the comment section below this article.

Enjoy the remainder of the week!

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!


Iโ€™m not a certified financial planner/advisor nor a certified financial analyst nor an economist nor a CPA nor an accountant nor a lawyer. Iโ€™m not a finance professional through formal education. Iโ€™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 canโ€™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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