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Posted by Martin March 30, 2020

History repeats itself

I can see it all again and it is amazing and satisfying at the same time. Although, I should feel sorry or sympathy but I do not. Call me cynical or rude, but I actually feel satisfaction. What am I talking about? All the fools who last few weeks were boasting about their great success 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 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 →

Posted by Martin February 26, 2020

When the market goes up, everybody complains. When it falls, everybody complains.

So, I was wrong. Yesterday, I posted my expectation of a measured move. And it failed. Twice the futures tried to set up a pullback, twice that attempt failed and markets finished red. After exceptional, and never seen before, 3% drop in a row, a 1% selloff now seems like a lukewarm tea for babies. Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 25, 2020

What’s next in the stock market after this big rout?

The selloff we just experienced exceeded all my expectations. I do not remember when I saw the market drop more than 3% in two consecutive days. It was amazing! Well, of course, if you forget, that it was your money on the table in this rout. It is also a never seen move action when Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 25, 2020

A needed correction on the way – don’t panic

Selling never feels good and people have hard time to handle it. It’s their money and they fear them getting lost. They start rushing to protect the value of their portfolio and start selling. Pouring oil into fire. However, this is not the time for panic and time to start selling. If you knew this Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 21, 2020

The stock market is now at all times highs. What are you buying? Are you worried about a recession?

I keep buying what I have been buying since 2006 and that is high quality dividend growth stocks. If you look at the chart from 1982 to 2000 (that is 18 years long bull market) the market was making new all time highs until 2000 for 18 years. 18 years of all time high market. Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 17, 2020

Coronavirus fear overblown. Load up anytime Wall Street freaks out.

Apple (AAPL) said that they will not meet the revenue guidance due to Coronavirus and market participants pooped their pants again. Futures down 0.45% (now recovered a bit to -0.34%). This virus is an old news. Come up with something else. I do not want to belittle the death of people, but just in the Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 24, 2020

As we approach 2020, are you bullish or bearish on U.S. stocks for dividend growth investors?

Definitely bullish. I expect this market to go a lot higher. However, there will be corrections on the way up. By “a lot higher” I am referring to the secular bull market which in my opinion will last for the next 15 to 18 years and delivers substantial gains. However, it will not be a Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 19, 2020

2019 trading and investing results and 2020 goal

It took me a lot of time to kick myself into writing this report. I wanted to be regular in doing so, but it was hard lately. I was busy at work, and also busy at studying trading qand investing. Although I have 14 years experience in investing in stocks and 10 years in trading Continue reading →