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Posted by Martin July 24, 2021

2021 Week 29 investing and trading report

The third week of July is behind us. I am on a vacation and it is really difficult to do anything when you have to attend family and invest as well, so this investing and trading report took a bit more time to complete than usual. My next week will be probably late too. Last Continue reading →

Posted by Martin July 18, 2021

2021 Week 28 investing and trading report

Another week of July is over and it is time to provide our weekly investing and trading report for our main business account. We run two accounts – one account is our main business account where we trade options against dividend stocks we either own or plan on owning. Our second account is a challenge Continue reading →

Posted by Martin July 10, 2021

2021 Week 27 investing and trading report

We are in the second week of July 2021. The stock market was volatile a bit when the investors started freaking about a problem that just about two or three weeks ago was no problem at all. As you will see in this week’s investing and trading report, we took trading this week lightly and Continue reading →

Posted by Martin July 07, 2021

Dividend Growth Stocks to Accumulate in July 2021

Our primary goal is to accumulate dividend growth stocks and create a strong, safe, and large passive income. Our secondary goal is to trade options around those stocks to generate additional income and reinvest that income to accumulate even more dividend growth stocks. To find a proper strategy that would get me to my goal, Continue reading →

Posted by Martin July 06, 2021

June 2021 $100 Challenge account review

We have completed our first month growing our $100 account to $75,000. At first, the net-liq value was a bit bumpy but it quickly recovered. We also deposited another $100 to our account (we will keep adding $100 every month). As of today, our account is worth $302.67. That makes our account behind the monthly Continue reading →