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Posted by Martin April 24, 2020

Realty Income: The Top Monthly Dividend Stock For Income Investors

Dividend growth stocks have a number of buying opportunities to consider right now, thanks to the significant drop in the stock market to begin 2020. Even with the recent rebound, the S&P 500 remains down 13% per year. Certain sectors such as real estate have been hit even harder, due to the widespread store closures Continue reading →

Posted by Martin April 22, 2020

What is the best money investment at medium risk in 1 year?

If you must be in a stock market, buy the entire index (SPY). Yet, it will diversify you but if we get a selloff, you may not be able to get out. I expect at least 18 additional years of a bull market but that doesn’t mean we will have no corrections on the way Continue reading →

Posted by Martin April 22, 2020

People chasing oil buying USO long term are poised for a rude awakening.

People are jumping in oil (USO) futures these days. Data shows that these buy orders are coming from retail investors (from Fidelity, TD Ameritrade, and similar accounts). People, who are jumping in USO now think that with futures at 2.50 per contract they will become rich long term when oil recovers. But they have it Continue reading →

Posted by Martin April 21, 2020

How to protect myself when trading on margin

This is my sin I commit in trading and investing all the time – over trading. I trade and invest using margin. You may argue, that it may be dangerous and you should trade and invest cash. I disagree. This is how I see it: If I want to buy 100 shares of a stock, Continue reading →

Posted by Martin April 17, 2020

Is it a good idea to always buy low if you are investing in small stocks, especially if you are a beginner?

If you can correctly identify “low” and a type of a “low” then of course it is a good idea to always buy a low. But how do you know that a “low” in a certain stock is due to bad performance of a company going bankrupt or due to overall market conditions? And how Continue reading →

Posted by Martin April 16, 2020

Dividend aristocrat Helmerich & Payne (NYSE: HP) cuts dividend. What to do?

In these hard days of covid mess it is difficult to be a true dividend growth investor. Even high quality companies like Helmerich and Payne (HP) which was increasing their dividend for 47 consecutive years decided to cut the dividend. As a dividend investor I was relying on the dividend aristocrat list and always defended Continue reading →

Posted by Martin March 27, 2020

In what type of market environment should you be buying dividend stocks?

This depends on your plan and goal. If you plan on building a portfolio over long haul which will one day generate nice income you can use to pay your bills and live off of your investments, then you should invest in any and all market environments. Ignore all noise, rumors, and fears of others Continue reading →

Posted by Martin March 18, 2020

Brutal wipe out with bright outlook?

This was hard few weeks on Wall Street with markets flushing out a lot of value over a flue. And yes, I mean it. This is just another version of a flue we know about. Scientists were able to identify the virus genome 10 days after outbreak and worked on a vaccine and solution. All Continue reading →

Posted by Martin March 13, 2020

Are dividend shares a good way to protect yourself in a recession? If not, why not?

Yes and no. Dividends themselves will not protect your principal investment. If there is a recession or a panic selling, your stocks will lose value. There is no protection except going 100% cash. But that is tricky because no one will ever know when the recession started until we are in one deep to our Continue reading →

Posted by Martin March 06, 2020

What are the investment strategies you are having?

Strategy: I decided to invest into high quality dividend growth stocks.   Reason: To get paid regularly regardless of what the stock market is doing and regardless of what the stock price is. If you buy a growth stock and plan selling a portion of it to generate income and the stock drops, you will Continue reading →