Should you pay off debt or invest first? Follow this simple 4 step approach and leave your financial worries behind forever
This post is my first post about 5-Bullet Sunday. 5-bullet Sunday is a weekly blog post with 5 topics that were on my mind this week related to Financial Independence and Dividend Growth Investing.
In this post I’m providing a practical approach on how to start investing in dividend growth stocks. It consists of 4 main steps: self-education, opening a brokerage account, stock research and an approach to purchasing shares. Interested? Have a look inside!
In this post i’m sharing my goals for 2020. I’ll start by explaining my approach to goal-setting followed by the actual goals grouped in 4 different categories. I hope that you enjoy this post!
I recently published a YouTube video with a stock analysis of Unilever from a Dividend Growth Investor point of view, because recently I saw several DGI’s recommending this stock after the recent 10% drop. This post provides the link to that Youtube video.
"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 and share my journey: to give you a European perspective."
Do you know how to average down stocks when share prices are falling? If not, check my article to be prepared for when it happens.
Finding dividend stocks should be easy. Check out my very straight forward dividend stock screener based on just 3 criteria.
3 simple examples of investor rules of thumb every dividend growth investor should know. They are easy to apply and separate wheat from chaff.
Generating Option Income doesn’t need to be difficult. Read here about two strategies to generate additional income. It includes examples!
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Unilever share price dropped almost 10% in just 2 trading days. What was the reason for it and is now the right time to buckle up and load the truck?
Lately I have started to look more and more into European REIT’s after getting several questions from the readers. One of the first…
Enagas SA is probably the highest yielding European Dividend Stock right now. But is it a safe investment? Safe enough I think, read/watch more!