Author Archives: Evan

Happy 30th Birthday Evan

I can’t believe I turn 30 years old today. Growing up didn’t 30 seem old? It wasn’t like turning that cool 21, or even 25…it was 30! It was substantial almost like you aren’t “that kid” anymore. Not as shocking that I survived to 30 is the fact that I have been writing on myContinue Reading

Don’t Assume Your Time is Worth a Monetary Amount

This past Saturday I found out that my local BJs had gas which was about 30 cents cheaper then most local competitors and since The Wife and I both had our gas lights (literally) on I figured I would fill us both up.  The Wife hates getting gas so I figured I would do itContinue Reading

No Research Reasons Why I Like Mature Dividend Paying Stocks

Between providing alternatives to the dividend aristocrats, discussing preferred shares and building a pension I feel like I have been talking about investment income a bit too much lately and I am going to slow down for November…right after this post.  The other day a pretty regular commenter, John from Curious Cat Investing Blog, saidContinue Reading

November Net Worth–Remember To Back Up Your Information Edition

I was shocked earlier this month when I went to update my Net worth spreadsheet only to find it was corrupt! I am not exactly sure what happened but since the file was password protected I couldn’t find anyone that could do both, extract the non-corrupt information and decrypt said information.  I thought that thisContinue Reading

My Scary Health Insurance Choices

I figured since it was Halloween l would post about something really scary…My Health Insurance Options and Premiums.  Considering it is open enrollment for season I am sure most people are facing the same decisions. My Health Insurance In the 3 years I have been writing on My Journey to Millions I have not broughtContinue Reading

What Other Dividend Lists Exist Besides the Dividend Aristocrats?

For me, stock indexes and/or stock lists provide either a starting point for my research or an investment opportunity if a particular fund invests in that list or index.  Each time I have written a post about my Dividend Investment Portfolio I indicated that I use the Dividend Aristocrats as a starting point.  I letContinue Reading