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Why Investing in an Organic Farm is Profitable

Why Investing in an Organic Farm is Profitable

  The organic farming industry is one the fastest growing industries around the world. People who now know about the disadvantages of eating chemically treated foods are converting to the traditionally grown vegetables and fruits. Inorganic farming is not just harmful to the consumers; it is also adversely affecting the environment. This is because the Continue reading →

My Private Investment Fund Dream

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Help me creating a private investment fund

My dream was to start and manage a private investment fund and potentially, one day, go public and offer investing services to general public. I have been investing for several years and became quite successful in it. So far my investments make in average 13% ROI annually. I would like to raise money to boost Continue reading →

Posted by Martin April 25, 2013

Trade Adjustment – AT&T (T) addition

Trade Adjustment - AT&T (T) addition

As I announced on my Facebook page, the conditional order triggered the trade today morning and I bought some more shares of AT&T. This addition helps increase my overall dividend payout to 652.41 dollars a year.       TRADE DETAILS 04/25/2013 09:31:12 Bought 26 T @ 37.36 DIVIDEND STOCK DETAILS Total shares held as Continue reading →

Trade Adjustment – Realty Income (O) addition

Trade Adjustment - Realty Income (O) addition

Today morning my conditional order triggered a buy order. I bought 22 shares of Realty Income @ 44.00 a share. This trade increases my stake at Realty Income to 98 shares and I will be receiving $212.66 in annual dividend. Originally I posted on my Facebook page that I purchased 25 and rounded my holdings Continue reading →

Posted by Martin March 13, 2013

Trade exit – Armour Residential (ARR)

Trade exit - Armour Residential (ARR)

Armour Residential (ARR) cut its monthly dividend to $0.07/share from $0.08. It’s the 2nd cut in as many quarters and the price dropped. For me it is the end of holding this stock. This morning I sold my shares in ARR and I am no longer interested in this paper. Now I will be looking Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 21, 2013

Market correction

Market correction

The market finally truned into a correction. Hold your hats, we may be running low. My estimate is to pull back down to $145 – $146 level (SPY). Have you saved enough money to buy more stocks?

Posted by Martin January 27, 2013

Why I dumped mutual funds from my investing strategy

Why I dumped mutual funds from my investing strategy

I no longer believe in mutual funds. Earlier I thought they were a great investment vehicle, because they can provide diversification. But is it really such a significant trait of the funds that it can beat mutual funds flaws? People, those slightly informed about investing, know that generally, 95% of mutual funds do not exceed Continue reading →

Posted by Martin October 25, 2012

Lending Club Holdings page

I really enjoy investing with Lending Club. I’ve been investing with Lending Club for almost 3 years and over that time I have developed a method of selecting, evaluating and watching new notes in which I want to invest and those I am already invested in. The method of watching the notes I already own Continue reading →