Weekly Roundup - June 7, 2015
Unfortunately my writing has taken a hit over the past few weeks but that doesn't mean I haven't been active with investing. Late in May I initiated a position in Ross Stores (Full Analysis Here) but after the share price dropped shortly after my purchase I felt that I needed to average down my cost basis. So to get June started off right I bought some more shares of ROST. I also made another purchase during the week and I'll get the post written up about it soon. Eventually my schedule will normalize and I can get into a groove with writing; hopefully, this week will be the start of that.
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Once again I'd like to say thanks to each and every one of you that read, commented, and shared posts from here this past week. I think this dividend growth investing and financial independence community is amazing and the openness from everyone is awesome. Thanks again!
Now on to the links!
The two sides of our portfolio by Income Surfer
Dividend investors have an advantage over everyone else on Wall Street by Dividend Growth Investor
Outlook for June 2015 by Roadmap2Retire
Start living your post financial independence life today by Islands of Investing
Fighting for financial freedom by Tawcan
Why "buying the dip" doesn't always work by Financially Integrated
Recent buy by Dividend Mantra
Investment income update - May 2015 by Retire Before Dad
Dividend income update - May 2015 by DivHut
That time I met Warren Buffett and Mark Cuban by Frugal Rules
Also, if you're looking for investment ideas, A Frugal Family's Journey keeps a list of stock analyses and recent buys from fellow bloggers.
Sometimes when I get some free time I like to check out TED talks because there's a wealth of knowledge and always very interesting topics. Here's an interesting speech regarding wealth inequality and our perceptions of it.
I hope you all have a great rest of the weekend.