How I built my dividend portfolio

How I built my dividend portfolio For years, many years in fact, subscribers have asked about my step-by-step approach to building (and maintaining) my dividend income portfolio. Well, today’s post is an update on that approach including how I built…
How I used to sabotage my portfolio

How I used to sabotage my portfolio Some recent reader questions prompted me to update this post – let’s go! Dedicated readers of this site will know I spend a lot of time writing about what’s working in my financial…
2020 Financial Goals – September Update

2020 Financial Goals – September Update When it comes to goals, I once read the following: “Set goals that both excite you and scare you at the same time.” The reasoning behind that is simple: goals should motivating and somewhat…
Should I invest in taxable accounts?

Should I invest in taxable accounts? I’m well into my second decade of Do-It-Yourself (DIY) investing but that doesn’t mean you should invest using a taxable account like I have. Today’s post will tell you why and offer some considerations…
July 2019 Dividend Income Update

July 2019 Dividend Income Update “Do not save what is left after spending, but spend what is left after saving.” “Wall Street makes its money on activity. You make your money on inactivity.” “The stock market is a device for…
December 2018 Dividend Income Update

December 2018 Dividend Income Update Welcome to my latest dividend income update – my final one for 2018! For those of you new to these posts on my site, every month I discuss our approach to investing focusing on Canadian…