Investing is broad, but necessary, category in a person’s personal finance world. Leaving your savings in just cash never made much sense nevertheless at today’s rates. Investing is often thought about in terms of buying stocks, but it is more than that, you could invest in an insurance based product, real estate, a business, yourself, etc.
The downturn in the market I discussed last month was pretty short lived, so it'll be interesting to see what stocks still meet my metrics below. As a reminder, every month I buy a lot or two (currently defined as $500) of a hopefully undervalued dividend growth stock. Screening for Undervalued Dividend Growth Companies Dividend Growth History The very first hurdle that a company has to pass is whether it has increased its dividend for 20 or more years. I am looking to build a sustainable income stream, and it is my hope (and all it is a hope) that if they [...]