Category Archives: Investments

My Favorite Trigger Signals

This guest post has been written by Mike from The Dividend Guy Blog. His blog is well known for high quality dividend investing article and his most recent book: Dividend Growth: Freedom through Passive Income. By giving us the opinions of the uneducated, journalism keeps us in touch with the ignorance of the community.  Continue Reading

Dividend Toolkit Review

While I am usually not a fan of e-books when dividend loving blogger DividendMonk asked me to review his Dividend Toolkit I knew this was going to be an exception.  Right off the bat you can tell that *this* e-book is different as it is 200 pages broken up in 6 intro topics and 6Continue Reading

Investment Tips for First-time Workers

None of us plan to be poor when we retire, especially when we are young and starting our first jobs. Getting that first paycheck, no matter what amount it is, generally feels like a million bucks just to have your own money in the bank. But considering how many poor retired people there actually are,Continue Reading

A Covered Call Traditional IRA Update–The Great, The Good and The Bad

After years of largely ignoring my small traditional IRA I decided in March of this year it was about time to try out a covered call investment strategy I had thought about for a long time. The plan was to find undervalued equities with a market cap of at least $200 Million, a positive P/E,Continue Reading

I Can’t Believe I have Been Blogging for 4 Years

On August 5th of 2008 I put up my first post.  I had no idea if anyone would read about my journey, nevertheless care about what was going on in my life, but I wanted to share my thoughts with whoever wanted to read them.  Since putting that first post up I have seen somewhereContinue Reading

Where Would You Invest if You Didn’t Trust the Market?

I was thinking about my lack of risk tolerance the other week and I thought to myself that I can’t be alone.  I am only 30 but in the 12 years since I have become an adult I have seen 9/11, the dot-com crash, housing crash, credit crunch, unemployment rate nearly double, Euro Crisis, commodityContinue Reading