Weekly Roundup - October 31, 2015
We finally started doing things again and I was so thankful to have to work. A week and a half of being away from the house and actually going backwards instead of making progress is way too long. We're moving slow right now but at least we're moving in the right direction which is more than I can say for last week. I'm slowly building up my workout regimen and it sure is nice being just a few miles from the gym. Even better is that since I'm working nights that means I get to go to the gym during the day when there's a whole lot fewer people. So there's no waiting for people to quit using what I need. I get in, work out, and leave usually within 30-40 minutes which is great. Just the little bit of exercising I've done has already made a tremendous difference in the way my body feels. Focus on your health people!
In case you missed them, here's the posts from the last two weeks.
- Dividend Growth Investing at Work - Higher Payments from the Leading Payment Processor
- Emerson Electric: Short-Term Headwinds Make for Attractive Long-Term Returns on Seeking Alpha
- Use the Recent Selloff in V.F. Corporation to Pick Up Shares on Seeking Alpha
- Portfolio Management: Considering Closing a Position
- Dividend Growth Investing at Work - Two More Increases to Close Out October
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!
Quit your 9-5 faster: The auxiliary fund by Dividend Mantra
How to increase dividend income by Dividend Growth Investor
A dozen things I've learned from Charlie Munger (distilled to less than 500 words) by 25iq
November 2015 stock considerations by DivHut
This conversation made my week by Income Surfer
Dominion Resources Inc dividend stock analysis by Roadmap2Retire
The surprising link between dividends and earnings by Sure Dividend
Can we only expect 4% investment returns in the future? by Financially Integrated
What discount rate to use to determine the present value of a stock on Dividend Monk
What's new? by Dividend Hustler
Quarterly review: Q3 2015 by DivGro
Portfolio update - October 2015 on Wallet Engineers
Working to a schedule: When to move on from a task and when to stick it out by Financially Free by Forty
Get comfortable being emotionally uncomfortable by Freedom Thirty Five
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.
I hope you all have a great weekend!
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