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Posted by Martin May 15, 2021

2021 Week 19 investing and trading report

The second week of May 2021 is over and here is our weekly investing and trading report. Last week was busy for us as we had to roll many of our trades down when the market started selling off due to inflation fears. But this fear, subsequent selloff, and a sharp recovery provided a great Continue reading →

Posted by Martin May 08, 2021

2021 Week 18 investing and trading report

May 2021 started in a similar manner as the previous months – slowly. We only made about $551 trading options in the first week of May. Honestly, it was a surprise to me as I expected less due to the stock market slowdown and selling pressure. So, this income is a nice surprise. In today’s Continue reading →

Posted by Martin May 06, 2021

Dividend Growth Stocks to Accumulate in May 2021

Our primary goal in our portfolio is to accumulate dividend growth stocks. Our secondary goal is to trade options around those stocks to generate income and reinvest that income to accumulate even more dividend growth stocks. To find a proper strategy that would get me to my goal, I needed to answer a simple question: Continue reading →

Posted by Martin May 01, 2021

2021 Week 17 investing and trading report

April is over and it is time to write our weekly investing and trading report. But before we proceed, let’s mention that today is a day when Berkshire Hathaway and Warren Buffett with Charlie Munger have their annual meeting. I plan to visit the next year’s meeting if it will be opened to the public Continue reading →

Posted by Martin April 24, 2021

2021 Week 16 investing and trading report

April is heading to its end and I am providing my weekly investing and trading report to show how our account grew last week, what trades we took and where we are in accomplishing our goals. April was slow trading stock options and our income for the whole month appears to be low and below Continue reading →

Posted by Martin April 17, 2021

2021 Week 15 investing and trading report

Another week of April is over and it is time to provide our weekly investing and trading report again. I am extremely pleased to see our portfolio growth acceleration. It grows faster every week. Last week, we continued accumulating dividend growth stocks and trading options around our stock positions. Although, last week, we just adjusted Continue reading →

Posted by Martin April 10, 2021

2021 Week 14 investing and trading report

The first week of April is over and it is time to provide our weekly investing and trading report again. Our portfolio growth seems to be gaining steam and growing faster than before. We continued the aggressive accumulation of stocks that we like because they pay us dividends while we wait for them to appreciate Continue reading →

Posted by Martin April 04, 2021

Dividend Growth Stocks to Accumulate in April 2021

We have a few goals to achieve for our investment portfolio, some goals are primary, others are secondary goals that support the primary goal. I wish, I had more disposable funds to invest and that determined our primary goal – invest and trade so our investments generate enough income that can be reinvested. And here Continue reading →

Posted by Martin April 03, 2021

2021 Week 13 investing and trading report

March 2021 is in the books! And as you would be able to see in this investing and trading report, it was our best month this year generating a nice income for our partnership members. The month of March started slow and I thought it would stay like this. But as the market started going Continue reading →

Posted by Martin March 27, 2021

2021 Week 12 investing and trading report

March 2021 is almost over, we have three trading days left and the month can be closed in the books. It is Saturday, and time to provide our weekly investing and trading report. This week was slow and I thought it would end the entire month weak and with very little income compared to January Continue reading →