With the last company on my watchlist reporting its quarterly results yesterday, I can wind up my dividend collection for the year already. I have managed to hit 6% yield from my portfolio. This outperforms my expectation of a 5% yield, with the help of some margin trading. While I am happy with this, the … Continue reading 6% Yield Portfolio
If you are a Singapore resident and hoping to rely on dividends as a main form of your passive income, you don't have to look overseas, our Singapore market is a great place to help you do so. Finding that difficult to believe ... just read the following: STI ETFDon't know how to choose stock, … Continue reading SG : A Great place for Dividend Seekers
If Warrior can do it, so can you!Regular readers of my blog will know that one of my key investment objectives is to build a portfolio that can provide 5% dividend yield annually. I try to be a bit more kia-su (i.e. afraid to lose) by adding 1% to the more convention 4% Rule. If you … Continue reading 5% Yield, I did it!
Firstly, let me welcome 6 new subscribers to this blog. I appreciate your support and interest. Secondly, I must admit I have neglected this blog for the past one month. Work and family life have been hectic and have taken priority. The activities at home and at work are actually still very intense. So this … Continue reading Investing for Dividend is really Great!
I am glad that I created an income portfolio in Dec last year. Since then, I have not sold any of the companies that I have put inside which fulfilled one of the objectives that I wanted. I was doing too many buy and sell transactions that were not good for long term passive income … Continue reading Refresh Income Portfolio
Many things happened in the investment world in the last 3 months. I am just glad that my dividend yield target stays on track to deliver 5% return by end 2018 and my net "worth" has managed to hold on. I started tracking my net worth quarterly since Q4 last year because I came to believe that … Continue reading Glad that Net Worth is Holding On
It has always been my aspiration to build an overall portfolio that can provide me with a consistent passive income of about 5% dividend yield in preparation for the time when I am no longer active at work. I reckon that my family will need an annual "income" of $72000 or $6000 a month to … Continue reading Dividend Plan On Track
I realised that I have been a trader but I really want to build a portfolio of "income" stocks to make sure it can provide me with a passive income of decent yield sustainably. However, the current way that I am doing it by mixing all the stocks up is not helping me to do … Continue reading New Investment Strategy to build an Income Portfolio