Friday, March 20, 2020

Guest Post-Sure Dividend

Bob over at http://suredividend.com  reached out to me recently about sharing a guest post here.I have not done this very often on my site, but have a lot of respect for the research they do over there. I have read quite a bit of the content they put out and find it high quality. I am happy to share what they put together for you all to read. He has identified 3 companies who are likely to weather the next recession that appears to be heading our way. All 3 companies have raised their dividends for 50+ years and show no signs of stopping. It is good timing to share this post right now for what is currently happening in the world. I also work in the healthcare field which makes it hard for me to put out much original content while working Full Time and finishing up my final class MBA class.

I would love to hear comments and suggestions on anything here as always. Feedback in the community is what makes blogging exciting and being able to learn from each other is an excellent thing.

Sunday, March 15, 2020

February 2020 Dividend Update

We are halfway through March already and I am looking forward to the weather getting warmer and finally finishing school. I have sold quite a few shares of some of my dividend stocks when they were still higher then they are now. I have bought a cheap stock that went south so far, but taking a hit on my dividend income. I am still investing twice a month in CocaCola and Disney once a month in a separate account after selling a lot of my KO holdings in primary account.

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

January 2020 Dividend Update

As we enter into February it is time again to update my dividend income for the first month of 2020. It is winter time here and not much fun to go outside in really cold temperatures and snow. I will start up my final course tomorrow night and finish it April 22 before graduation a week later. I am ready to get that degree and put my education to use hopefully sooner than later.

Friday, January 10, 2020

December 2019 Dividend Update

We have come to a the end of 2019 and on to a new year in 2020. I have one last course from Feb-April and will be graduating on April 29, 2020 with my Master Degree in Global Supply Chain Management & International Business. I am hoping to find a career using either my Finance degree or my MBA in the near future.

In addition to trying to sustain and grow my dividends and pay off my debts, I am speculating on a couple cheap stocks that I feel may have potential. BNGO being one of those companies I recently have been adding to. I used to own RGEN at $3 something many years ago and sold back then and missed out on what is now a $97 stock. We will see what happens with this company as a lot of these stocks have pumped recently and M&A is alive also.

Overall, 2019 was a decent year with my portfolio returns and in terms of income generation. Let see what I ended the year with.

Friday, December 13, 2019

November 2019 Dividend Update

Time is flying as we are not far from the New Year and it is time to update my dividend progress for the month of November. I look forward to seeing how everyone's 2019 shapes out and it appears that many of us made significant progress year over year. I have a break from school until I take my final class and graduate in May with the MBA.

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

October 2019 Dividend Update

I finished my capstone course for the MBA last week and am down to one final class needed that starts at the beginning of February. Looking forward to graduating in May 2020. The weather here is has turned very cold already. Record low temperatures and a record amount of snow already in November at one time.

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

September 2019 Dividend Update

Hello Everyone! I am getting ready for a conference call tonight with members of a group in my capstone class and thought I could sneak in a dividend update. September was a very nice month for many of us since many large companies pay on a quarterly schedule that falls on September. I have also been trying to accumulate one non dividend stock in the portfolio that is cheap (WTER) that could have potential. It is a speculative company that has not really made a profit which is disappointing, but revenue growth has been strong at over 50% growth for 5 years in a row and the potential of being acquired by a major brand is a possibility in the future. They sell their products in many large stores including Walmart and Kroger under the brand name Alkaline 88 and plan on acquiring AquaHydrate which is backed by Jillian Michaels, Mark Wahlberg, and P. Diddy.