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New trade – Kinder Morgan Partenrship (KMP) – initial position – building my ROTH

New trade - Kinder Morgan Partenrship (KMP) - initial position - building my ROTH

Today, I added a new stock position to my ROTH portfolio. The added company is Kinder Morgan Partnership. I have this stock in my taxable account as well, but I wanted to have this stock in my ROTH too. Therefore I opened a new position. This trade is the last trade adding a new stock. Continue reading →

New trade & adjustment – AGNC, PSEC & VNR long stock – building my ROTH

New trade & adjustment - AGNC, PSEC & VNR long stock - building my ROTH

Today I maxed out my contributions to my ROTH IRA account! I am quite excited about it. Now, I will continue contributing to my regular taxable account until the end of the year. When the new year 2014 starts I will resume contributing to my ROTH IRA as long as I max it out again. Continue reading →

Trade adjustment – Realty Income (O) addition – building my ROTH

Trade adjustment - Realty Income (O) addition - building my ROTH

It almost makes no sense writing about this stock. It is one of my favorite REIT stocks and it will stay my favorite stock as long as it continues paying monthly dividends and raising them regularly. Realty income makes money by buying properties and renting them. Their income is from rentals unlike mREITs which are Continue reading →

How to buy stocks cheap in today’s expensive market

How to buy stocks cheap in today's expensive market

If you are a dividend growth investor investing into dividend growth stocks, you may have noticed that the market is somewhat overpriced. You can read on many blogs complaints from dividend investors that it is very difficult to find fairly valued or undervalued stocks today. I agree, that some stocks of my interest are expensive Continue reading →

How to trade stocks in Australia?

If you live in Australia you may have noticed that the Australian stocks market ASX has experienced quite substantial growth in the last decade. The first 8 years the Australian market boomed like no other market. This boom sparked attention of many investors who attempted to start their own investing. Why people invest in the Continue reading →

Trade adjustment – Kinder Morgan Partnership (KMP) addition #3

Trade adjustment – Kinder Morgan Partnership (KMP) addition #3

I hoped the price of Kinder Morgan Partnership will continue sliding down due to irrational selling triggered by a report issued by an analyst Kevin Kaiser of a research firm Hedgeye as I wrote in my yesterday’s post. Crazy reports like this may move stocks down and in the case of Kinder Morgan which was Continue reading →

Stop buying new investments, start saving a lot. A bubble is about to pop.

I had to say it although I do not know what is going to happen, but today’s move on the market was very surprising to me. It wasn’t the “surprising” halt on tapering efforts from the FED, but the Wall Street reaction what shocked me. Are we really dealing with a bunch of idiots on Continue reading →

Posted by Martin June 17, 2013

We need vacation to rest from our vacation (and trades I made during my vacation)

We need vacation to rest from our vacation (and trades I made during my vacation)

Do you also feel tired when you return from your vacation and the first day at work you wish you had more vacation to rest from your vacation you just spent? Well, this is exactly my case. We had fun in Disneyland. It was tiresome, we spent a horrendous money (although I saved for this Continue reading →

Posted by Martin April 27, 2013

My portfolio beats the market again

My portfolio beats the market again

Once again my results this week made me happy. My combined portfolio made of TD account (taxable) and ROTH IRA account grew faster than the entire market. After so many years of loses, mistakes and learning how to invest without losing money I am very excited about my results. I hope the results are not Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 05, 2013

A correction? Looks like not.

Yesterday I wrote about a possibility of market turning into correction or pullback. I was aware however about new money flowing into the market, although in slowing pace than a month ago (see the yesterday’s chart and Chaikin Money Flow; any value above 0.10 is considered as heavy buying, although it is slowing down). Today, Continue reading →