Companies you should consider as the backbone of a diversified dividend stock portfolio
If I had to write a list containing fifty rock solid businesses with
- a highly profitable and durable business model,
- a broad economic moat on the basis of iconic brands,
- an excellent track record of superior cash generation,
- sound financial fundamentals,
- a compelling dividend history,
- several robust catalysts for future growth
and therefore perfectly suited to be a core holding of a conservative dividend growth investor to build intergenerational wealth, at least half of them would be the big names of the consumer staples sector, especially following businesses:
- J.M. Smucker
- The Heineken Company
- Anheuser Bush
- The Coca Cola Company
- Mac Donalds
- Procter & Gamble
Stocks of such wonderful businesses truly are for life. Continue reading Stocks rewarding you FOR DOING NOTHING
Hi there, fellow Reader. I hope you had a terrific start into the New Year!
I want to share with you a brief look back at the passed year focusing on my achievements in terms of passive income and I will also make some projections regarding future cash flow streams. Continue reading Hitting my Passive Income Targets 2017
Evolution of my Investment Portfolio over the year
Who would have thought that 2017 would show such an amazing Stock Bull Market?
The Dow Jones Industrial is up 25 %, the broader Standard and Poors 500 Index gained almost 20 %. All around the globe indices have experience a nice increase between 15 % and 25 %. Continue reading My final stock acquisition in 2017
With only few days left in 2017, my November passive income review is more than due. So let’s have a quick look at the numbers. Continue reading November Dividends and Tax Reimboursements
Hey there, fellow Reader.
I want to share with you a few thoughts that came into my mind while reading a book by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan with the title “The One Thing”.
In a nutshell, the book is about the power of focus and consistency. Over time, these are ingredients for extraordinary results. Continue reading How to use the domino effect when investing
For my wife and me, the dream of a house with a big, wonderful garden is deeply rooted and in fact, buying our first real estate object is an incredibly exciting goal we pursue.
But having been looking for our Dream House for two years now, it’s pretty obvious, that “finding the perfect real estate object” is not an easy project.
The hard, cold numbers show us, that it is a pretty daunting task to find a house here in central europe, suitable to our “needs” and not to overpay. Continue reading Dreaming Big of a Tiny House
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It’s time for another dividend income update, so let’s take a short look back at October. Continue reading October 2017 Dividend Income
Wow! Time passes so quickly, three quarters are already in the books.
September was a very good month in terms of dividends with ten companies paying me the amount of around USD 440, that’s an increase of almost 20 % year to date, putting my investment income over last nine months to around USD 3’700.
I am well on track to reach my full year goal of USD 4’500 in dividend income. Continue reading September 2017 dividends and stock purchase
Since 2009 I have been building an investment portfolio consisting of dividend paying stocks with the purpose to transform it in an ever growing passive income machine over time. Continue reading Dividend increases of my stock holdings
August has been an amazingly interesting month. Continue reading August Dividend Income 2017