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My Dividend Investing Journey


Dividend Driven's Investing Thoughts

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Years To Retirement

Welcome to my dividend investing blog. I am a dividend blogger and I created Dividend Driven to track my journey to financial independence by age 70. I believe investing at least 50% of my monthly income into dividend paying ETF's will maximize my passive income during retirement. I also embody the ideals that everyone can exhibit self responsibility and manage their investments themselves. Today we have more access to different types of investments and research tools than we have ever had before. Dividend investing will continue to be a solid investment strategy long-term and it will create an abundance of wealth for the smart investor. Below is my journal of things that I think about when it comes to financial independence.

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Dividend Driven
01/31/2019

January 2019 Dividend Income

January 2019 Dividend Driven Update

Monthly Snapshot

Change in Net Worth

Dividend Income

YOY Dividend Comparison

Spending Plan Results

5 Reasons

Why do some companies issue a dividend?

  • To entice new shareholders to buy their stock
  • To show potential shareholders the companies strength
  • To reward existing shareholders
  • To share excessive profits
  • To remain a long term dividend aristocrat

Key Financial Decisions

Smart Choice

Live as if you did not get a raise

Unwise Choice

Get a cash advance

$1,000 Challenge

What if I had invested $1,000 into two competing companies back in January 2010 and reinvested all of their dividends?

Research Picks

Dividend Stock

Dividend ETF

Diversified Portfolio Picks

Dividend Stocks

Dividend ETFs

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Dividend Driven
12/31/2018

December 2018 Dividend Income

December 2018 Dividend Driven Update

Monthly Snapshot

Change in Net Worth

Dividend Income

YOY Dividend Comparison

Spending Plan Results

5 Reasons

Why are some people focused on early retirement?

  • They observe elderly family members situation as an example
  • They don't want to be employed by someone else
  • They want their money providing income instead of them working for it
  • They know the earlier you start saving the better compounding works
  • They are willing to sacrifice today for a brighter future

Key Financial Decisions

Smart Choice

Cut monthly expenses

Unwise Choice

Spend an entire bonus

$1,000 Challenge

What if I had invested $1,000 into two competing companies back in January 2010 and reinvested all of their dividends?

Research Picks

Dividend Stock

Dividend ETF

Diversified Portfolio Picks

Dividend Stocks

Dividend ETFs

Read More...
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Dividend Driven
11/30/2018

November 2018 Dividend Income

November 2018 Dividend Driven Update

Monthly Snapshot

Change in Net Worth

Dividend Income

YOY Dividend Comparison

Spending Plan Results

5 Reasons

Why do some people avoid debt?

  • To have more money to invest
  • To avoid paying a lot more in interest for something
  • To avoid having another bill or subscription
  • Improve their credit score
  • They understand the difference between a want and a need

Key Financial Decisions

Smart Choice

Buy only what you need

Unwise Choice

Prioritize your wants over your needs

$1,000 Challenge

What if I had invested $1,000 into two competing companies back in January 2010 and reinvested all of their dividends?

Research Picks

Dividend Stock

Dividend ETF

Diversified Portfolio Picks

Dividend Stocks

Dividend ETFs

Read More...
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Dividend Driven
10/31/2018

October 2018 Dividend Income

October 2018 Dividend Driven Update

Monthly Snapshot

Change in Net Worth

Dividend Income

YOY Dividend Comparison

Spending Plan Results

5 Reasons

Why do some people pass on free money from a company match?

  • They live paycheck to paycheck
  • They think a house is a better investment
  • They think they will need access to the money before retiring
  • Their friends do not have retirement accounts
  • They have excuses to not cut on spending

Key Financial Decisions

Smart Choice

Only pay for items in full

Unwise Choice

Pay the minimum amount on loans

$1,000 Challenge

What if I had invested $1,000 into two competing companies back in January 2010 and reinvested all of their dividends?

Research Picks

Dividend Stock

Dividend ETF

Diversified Portfolio Picks

Dividend Stocks

Dividend ETFs

Read More...
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