June 2018 Dividend Income And Expenses

There are some months when everything in life just comes together.  Income is high, spending comes in low and everyone has a ton of fun.  Those months you just can’t help but say to yourself, “I’m winning at life!”

Then there are other months when the car breaks, the roof leaks, you lose your job, and the dentist sends you a big-assed bill…

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A Cash Flow Management Strategy For Financial Independence

Believe it or not, I’ve written this post a couple of times.  I’ve never published the previous versions because I’ve never been happy with how the post came across. Cash flow management is one of those topics that’s hard to put into words without sounding like some kind of arrogant know-it-all.

I honestly DON’T know-it-all and my cash flow management strategy is really based upon this fact.  That’s the honest truth…

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Investing Ideas: April 2018

Need some investing ideas?  Then this is the post for you!  In this continuing series of posts, I share the investing ideas I’ve been researching each month.

The general consensus is that stock market is expensive right now, but I contend that if investors look in lesser known or “avoided” corners of the market there are still a few bargains to be found.

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Utility Stocks: Treasure Or Trash?

Are you considering an investment in utility stocks?  Utility stocks were once considered investments for “widows and orphans” because they provided a safe, steady, and growing dividend income with good prospects for capital appreciation.

For decades utilities were considered solid investments that held-up well even during recessions.  Electricity and water utilities are sometimes even considered recession proof — In a recession you’ll still always find a way to pay the power bill.

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