Dropping Some Love with LoveDrop

Love Drop is a micro-giving network of people who unite as a community to help one person or family a month. By subscribing to the team for as low as $1, they make it easy for their members to change lives in a fun and tangible way. Each month Love Drop delivers a unique combination… Continue Reading

The Misunderstanding Most Investors Make

The Misunderstanding Most Investors Make

I’ll be honest that I am not fully convinced as to what investment style works, and I am alright with that since my response is to have a little bit of everything. I have an actively managed dividend portfolio, a 401(k) made up mostly of actively managed mutual funds, a whole life insurance policy, and… Continue Reading

Updating My Perpetual Income Dividend Machine

Updating My Perpetual Income Dividend Machine

I started my perpetual income machine dividend portfolio at the beginning of last year and it has quickly become one of my favorite pieces of my financial world.  It isn’t large (yet) but it will be!  The goal is simple to find undervalued stocks only within the Dividend Aristocrat Index.  Last year I only updated… Continue Reading

Giveaway Edition of Evan’s Thank You

Before thanking those that linked to me this week, I wanted to highlight some fantastic giveaways! A contest offered by CheckNGo at The Centsible Life! To win the iPad 2! Enter to win here: http://bit.ly/TCLiPad WealthInformatics is giving away an Amazon Kindle to celebrate the 1 year anniversary! Win a $100 gift card to amazon for checking a… Continue Reading

Why Americans Defend Higher Income Individuals

Why Americans Defend Higher Income Individuals

  I was discussing President Obama’s campaign promises (shut down Gitmo, get out of the 2 wars we were in, and lower unemployment lol) the other week with my in-laws and I came up with a theory why Americans, generally, defend higher income individuals.  I am sure the theory is not original or even all… Continue Reading