As the trend in dividend growth investing rises, I would like to point out reason why you should not buy dividend stocks. I've seen a lot of investors argue that it's only wise to invest in companies that pay out a dividend, supported with questions like "Warren Buffet only invested in companies that paid dividends" or "what's the point of investing in a company if you don't … [Read more...] about Why You Should Not Buy Dividend Stocks
Today (11/16/2016), minimum wage in the United States is $7.25 per hour. Many states also have their own minimum wage laws and luckily for us, the higher of the two apply. Especially here in DC where the minimum wage is $10.50 per hour and the cost of living is ridiculously higher. Let's take a look at dividends again and see how much we'd need to save up in order to … [Read more...] about How much do you need in dividends to cover minimum wage?
My dad and I had a conversation about what we'd do with $500,000. From his perspective, he's into the real estate investing venture and told me that he'd probably buy properties and rent out the rooms for passive cash flow. A cheap, yet decent home within the DC area is around $500,000. However, from an investing perspective, I started thinking about what sort of dividend … [Read more...] about Dividend Investing Strategy for Financial Freedom
Those who invest in dividend paying stocks earn an easy residual income every quarter. And building up a huge pile of dividend stocks can earn a hefty amount of income with a relatively lower risk investment. If you do your research and buy stocks with high performance ratings (5 stars), you can earn a nice payout every quarter. Be wary of those companies that say they … [Read more...] about Easy Residual Income with Dividend Stocks