By Regarded Solutions : The more successful investors are the ones who avoid uncertainty rather than having to deal with it, combined with a prudent dividend growth portfolio which creates a more reliable income stream. Some of the most recent examples of how I have avoided uncertainty can be found
By Regarded Solutions : My previous article on dividend investing garnered nearly 600 comments thus far, and I believe blew enough holes in the belief that dividends do NOT matter in retirement, that some folks have reconsidered their own investing approach. Of course, the more stubborn some folks
By Regarded Solutions : There really is no other way for me to say this, but after reading some of the most absurd articles that dividends do not matter in retirement, I am compelled to just say this flat out -- if you are not investing in the greatest companies that will keep paying you an income
By Regarded Solutions : To further show how I either open positions or add to positions for my own retirement portfolio, I will use the Buy The Dips Portfolio , or BTDP, as my guide to show how there are currently some stocks within this portfolio, at or near my target price, to consider buying ...
By Regarded Solutions : For many years now, I have been preaching about dividend growth investing to just about any investor who cared to listen. The foundation for a more secure financial future can be found by investing in mega cap, blue chip, dividend growth stocks. While no investment strategy
By Regarded Solutions : In my previous update , I noted that I was surprised to see that the ETFOP held up just as well as the BTDP, more or less, and it looked like it was going to be a horse race. Toss that out the window for now. It has been my opinion that a dividend income portfolio managed by
By Regarded Solutions : So tell me where it is written that a dividend growth investor should NOT have Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL ) as a core holding in their portfolio for retirement? I have heard that the yield is too low (2% as of now), that the company has not proven itself as a steady dividend
young, had just two children, and never divorced. To be clear, I'm not suggesting social engineering as a retirement strategy , but the reality is that milestone events in life have an outsized impact on one's financial well-being
By Regarded Solutions : To further enhance my dividend growth portfolio, and to increase income, I am not the average hardcore dividend growth investor. I will selectively add a few high yielding stocks, knowing they carry added risk, but be confident in my ability to monitor these "dividend ...
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