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Trade adjustment – Kinder Morgan Partnership (KMP) addition

Trade adjustment – Kinder Morgan Partnership (KMP) addition

Recently I was piling cash in my TD account waiting for an opportunity to buy dividend paying stocks. It wasn’t and it still isn’t easy to find a good dividend stock which would be priced at a value I would be willing to pay. I saw many great stocks seeing running up and I was Continue reading →

Posted by Guest August 06, 2013

Save Up for a Cause

Save Up for a Cause

This is a guest post by Jeremias. He introduced himself. My knowledge regarding stocks or investments I would say is quite on the average compared to people on the same age as I am, 15 years old. My parents introduced me to mutual funds when I was seven years old and I place money there Continue reading →

Posted by Martin August 04, 2013

My inspiration in the last week #31

My inspiration in the last week #31

I often browse the internet to find ideas about investing, trading stocks, options, investing opportunities and strategies. I like to read about investors and what their investing/trading approach to create income you can live on is.   Ways to accelerate dividend income – Get Financially Integrated! – by Integrator Buy And Hold – Is It Continue reading →

Credit Card Debt Solutions

Credit Card Debt Solutions

Credit card debt is something which is very easy to compile but it is relatively difficult to eliminate. Credit card debt is very different from home loan or mortgage payments where the creditors have at least a tangible asset to back up their money. This is the reason why credit card debt has become extremely Continue reading →

Trade exit – Pitney Bowes Inc. (PBI) put selling – 1.07% gain

Trade exit – Pitney Bowes Inc. (PBI) put selling - 1.07% gain

I was no longer comfortable with Pitney Bowes (PBI) stock and thus earlier I changed my mind on this trade. Originally, I was OK to hold this stock in my portfolio in case I get assigned, but after 50% dividend cut the rules changed. For this reason I decided to take advantage of Pitney’s somewhat Continue reading →