I believe that writing is the key to success in most endeavors. The act of writing requires you to go through the entire creative process of brainstorming ideas, researching them, evaluating them, coming to a conclusion, and then finally presenting those ideas in a persuasive manner. When I started investing, if you could call it … Continue reading Writing a Dividend Investing Policy Statement
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Followers of my blog will know that I really like REITs. They're are a relatively low risk way to generate income from your investment portfolio. Instead of reinvesting the dividends, I am returning them to my cash holdings to pay for fun things in life. One of the downsides of many REITs and dividend paying … Continue reading Five Monthly Dividends to Love and One to Avoid
If you follow dividend investing and REITs in particular, one name will almost always pop up as a solid dividend payer: Realty Income $O. Rightly so! Realty Income pays monthly dividends and has raised its dividend for the last 26 years. But is it a right fit for someone looking to grow dividends aggressively? Let’s look … Continue reading Is Realty Income a Dividend Cultivator REIT?
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