Posts Tagged ‘Investing’
Seems it was only a week or so ago when I posted my dividend income from June. It has already been a whole month since then. Can’t believe how fast this year is going by. Need to enjoy the nice weather more while it is still around. Nothing really anything exciting happened this month, but from a dividend perspective, there are some outstanding growth percentages. Let’s dive into the numbers!
I can’t believe it has been so long since I made a purchase. My last stock purchase was back in early May. Had a few big expenses hindering my purchases since then, but it is nice to be back on track and making some moves in my portfolio. Last week I hinted at making a new purchase in my June 2017 Stock Poll Results. I selected one of those 8 stocks from the poll that I thought had great value at these prices and picked up a few shares. If you haven’t already figured it out, I purchased 9 shares of General Mills (GIS) at $56.59. You can find more info on GIS below.
We hear sayings all the time. For instance, an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Which implies if you eat healthy, you will keep yourself and body healthy. That is solid childhood advice. However, we can use that same lesson in our finances. So I propose a new saying, “A dollar a day helps our investments pay.” Let me explain.
The following is a guest blog post:
By Laur Davidson, personal finance journalist
From early on, we are all told that non-mortgage debt is bad, and that we should do everything we can to become debt-free if we ever expect to be financially independent. However, we are also told that, the only way to build sufficient capital for a secure retirement is to save early and save often. So, student borrowers about to embark on a new career, which should it be?