Dividend Income

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  1. Hi PIP,

    Your dividend income is increasing at a super fast rate. Given the massive amounts you are putting to work, and the fact you are selecting good quality companies that consistently grow dividends, I wouldn't be surprised if your upward dividend income trajectory keeps its vertical slope for several years ahead. It just goes to show that hard work, regular savings, and quality investments do lead to compounding miracles over time.

    Good luck in your passive income pursuit!

    Dividend Growth Investor

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  2. Would you recommend loyal3? Pros and cons please.

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    1. Nicholas,

      Sorry for just now responding I just saw your comment.

      It depends on your goals needs.

      Pros:
      Invest for free
      Invest at little at $10 per purchase
      Can DCA into your positions

      Cons:
      Batch purchases so you don't know what price you paid until the transaction is complete
      Limited selection of companies available to invest in

      If you're just getting started and have small amounts to invest each month then Loyal3 could be a good way to get started. While the selection of companies is small there's still quite a few excellent DG companies on their platform.

      If you have enough savings each month to reduce commission costs to around 0.5% of your purchase then I would recommend one of the other discount brokers since you can still invest regularly without expenses being burdensome.

      Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Hey great dividend growth.. How much additional money do you put inside your portfolio every month?? let me know thanks.

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    1. Hansen,

      Prior to this year it $2.5-8k per month. I earn a very solid income and expenses were low so I was able to throw a lot of capital at my portfolio month after month. Things changed a lot this year but we're starting to get everything back to normal I expect to start investing monthly again but probably in the area of $1.5-3k per month for the foreseeable future.

      Thanks for stopping by!

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  4. Love the dividend income. I have been thinking of getting into this but I dont know much about it. I kind of like the idea of a dividend paying EFT. do you have any of those?

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    1. CFD,

      I personally don't use any of the dividend paying MF/ETFs but if I remember correctly Schwab is supposed to have a good one. I think that's the favorite among those that prefer that route.

      Thanks for stopping by!

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  5. Hey JC, it appears you will have a killer year for dividends. I hope to beat 2015 by at least 15% or better dividend increase. Good luck Bud.

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