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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
09/30/2019

September 2019 Dividend Income

September 2019 Dividend Driven Update

Monthly Snapshot

Change in Net Worth

Dividend Income

YOY Dividend Comparison

Spending Plan Results

5 Reasons

Why are some rich people cheap?

  • They are habitual savers
  • They value every dollar they spend
  • They want to keep money long as possible to maximize compounding
  • They remember when times where bad
  • They appreciate a good deal

Key Financial Decisions

Smart Choice

Save and invest at an early age

Unwise Choice

Risk or gamble everything on one stock pick

$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
08/31/2019

August 2019 Dividend Income

August 2019 Dividend Driven Update

Monthly Snapshot

Change in Net Worth

Dividend Income

YOY Dividend Comparison

Spending Plan Results

5 Reasons

What are some people's main concern about retirement?

  • Have they saved enough money
  • Will they have debt
  • Will there be another source of income besides social security
  • What will be their health care costs
  • Will they run out of money sooner

Key Financial Decisions

Smart Choice

Avoid student loans

Unwise Choice

Drop out of school

$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
07/31/2019

July 2019 Dividend Income

July 2019 Dividend Driven Update

Monthly Snapshot

Change in Net Worth

Dividend Income

YOY Dividend Comparison

Spending Plan Results

5 Reasons

Why do some people withdraw money from their retirement accounts early?

  • They don't realize the penalties or tax consequences
  • They are dealing with a serious illness
  • They exhausted their unemployment benefits
  • They are buying their first home
  • They want to pay off all of their personal debt

Key Financial Decisions

Smart Choice

Give every dollar earned a purpose

Unwise Choice

Make emotional purchases

$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...
Dripping In Dividends T-Shirts #BEAUTIFUL

Dividend Driven
06/30/2019

June 2019 Dividend Income

June 2019 Dividend Driven Update

Monthly Snapshot

Change in Net Worth

Dividend Income

YOY Dividend Comparison

Spending Plan Results

5 Reasons

Why do some people invest in retirement accounts?

  • To protect their money from bankruptcy
  • To build up their next egg for retirement
  • To save on taxes
  • To max out accounts annual limits
  • To generate future passive income

Key Financial Decisions

Smart Choice

Build a retirement nest egg

Unwise Choice

Live only on social security

$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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