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September 2014 Dividend Income Update

I enjoyed this quote from David Chilton in Jonathan Chevreau’s recent article so much I figured I’d lead off with it for this month’s dividend income update. “Invariably, Chilton told me, the portfolios that had done the best over the long haul were of individual blue-chip Canadian stocks bought a long time ago and never sold. More often than not, they simply reinvested the dividends into more of the same stock.” Jonathan Chevreau went on to write: “I was reminded of this conversation a few weeks ago when an investor who had read ...
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August 2014 Dividend Income Update

Welcome to my latest dividend income update for 2014.  For those of you new to these posts on my site, every month I discuss my approach to investing using dividend paying stocks and how reinvesting the dividends paid from the Canadian companies I own are helping me reach financial freedom.   You can check out my previous dividend income update here. My plan is rather simple, almost downright boring, executed this way over the last 6+ years:  I invest in many established Canadian companies with no intention of selling them and I reinvest ...
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July 2014 Dividend Income Update

Welcome to my latest dividend income update. For those of you new to these posts on my site, every month I discuss my approach to investing using Canadian dividend paying stocks and some Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) to help reach financial freedom.  There is more to my portfolio beyond these investments but this approach is a big part of it. Outside of a few ETFs in my RRSP, I now own about 30 Canadian dividend paying stocks with no intention of selling any of them in the short-term, including this one that has cost me a few hundred bucks in losses ...
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June 2014 Dividend Income Update

You might already be aware business capital can be managed in many ways. Management can decide to reinvest earnings and grow the business. Management can decide to buy back shares so each remaining share can earn a higher proportion of profits. Management can decide to pay down debt. Management can decide to pay some of their earnings to shareholders in the form of dividends.  This is my personal favourite as an investor. With some companies I invest in, there are no “hot buys” that come to mind.  People don’t “tip” companies like ...
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May 2014 Dividend Income Update

I’ve written this statement before on my site but dividend investing seems to be more popular than ever.  There could be a few reasons for this… Maybe investors are fed up with the meager returns that bonds and GICs have been providing for many years, to borrow a phrase from Rob McLister’s site, our “sustainably unsustainable” low interest rates seem to have no end in sight.  Two, maybe more investors are going the do-it-yourself (DIY) investing route, using dividend paying stocks, because these investors have realized the high-priced ...

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