Category Archives: Investments

March 2014 Dividend Champion Watch list

After my February 2014 Dividend watch list update I bought: 12 Shares of KO for $456.27 I didn’t sell any shares last, although I may be doing this a bit more when/if I find a particular equity egregiously overvalued as is/was the case with the only sale I made in the past couple years within this particular investment account.  It turnsContinue Reading

Five Money Saving Tips for SMEs

If your business is looking to cut back on the expenses, you may be glad to know that there are thousands of ways to cut down on company outgoings so that you can start saving money. Here are just five of them: 1 – Choose the right financial exchange broker If you happen to dealContinue Reading

I Looked at my First House for a Real Estate Investment

Last week I looked at my first property for investment purposes.  I doubt I am going to get involved but it was exciting nonetheless.  The experience made me question whether I actually want to get involved in a short term flip. Looking at my First Possible Flip I took a look at the house withContinue Reading

There are Amazing Investment Lessons in Warren Buffett’s Shareholder Letters Part Two

When I finished Warren Buffet’s authorized biography The Snowball: Warren Buffett and the Business of Life last month I knew I wasn’t done delving into all that is Buffett.  I immediately downloaded all of his shareholder letters.  If you are new to Buffett (beyond reading what other’s think he is thinking on investment sites) I would recommendContinue Reading

Four Simple Ways to Use Your Shopping Cart to Stay Connected to Customers

An online shopping cart is much more than just a means to an end. Along with the standard order finalization and payment processing functions, this tool can also be used to attract, engage with, and connect to your customers. There are several ways in which this can be done. Provide a Guest Checkout Option OfferingContinue Reading

I May be a Landlord by Year’s End

I have thought about owning rental property for a few years.  Other than in a goals and objectives post I never mentioned the desire on the blog, because it never felt like an actual possibility. The first problem is that the pure cost of purchasing an investment property on Long Island would be significant. I amContinue Reading