Q3 2020 Dividend Income

Today’s post is the start of a new series: Dividend Income Updates. To start I will include a quarter recap and going forward I will likely do monthly updates. Please be sure to review the disclosure at the bottom of these articles. I do NOT give stock advice, but rather share what our stock portfolios... Continue Reading →

Can the Market Get It Wrong?

Investing in the market today can be tough, especially if you are trying to build a portfolio of individual stocks. With the US stock market at an all-time high, many people are starting to question the strength of the rally and when it will run out of steam. Now before we get too far into... Continue Reading →

Your Basic Guide to Retirement

Being a millennial, I realize that retirement sounds like a foreign, future concept to most people my age. Retirement? I’m only in my 20s/30s; I’ve got at least 30-40 more years of working left before I can retire. Why would I worry about that now? I want to use my money to enjoy my life... Continue Reading →

An Easy Way to Invest in ETFs

As I’ve been reading through other personal finance blogs, I have noticed something that keeps popping up on many of them: ETFs. While I know what ETFs are, I have never actually invested in one. If you have read my prior blog posts, my husband and I typically invest in individual companies rather than picking... Continue Reading →

3 Ways to Invest in Real Estate

Last week I posted about homeownership and I am continuing the real estate theme, but this time with a different twist. My husband and I went to go look at a condo this weekend. Not for us (as many of you may already know we own a home), but for a close family member who... Continue Reading →

4 Investing Tips For Beginners

For many people, especially millennials, investing is a scary word. Millennials watched their parents, friends and relatives struggle through the most recent financial crisis of 2008-2009, where investment values were nearly cut in half. Many individuals lost their jobs and a significant portion of their retirement savings as stocks, bonds, mutual funds and 401K values... Continue Reading →

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