Dividend growth investing has become a popular investment strategy in the last few years, but what exactly is it? This post explores the concepts behind dividend growth investing.
October 2020 was an interesting month in the markets. In this post, I will discuss my savings and investments along with stocks I plan to purchase in November.
A stock screener is a useful tool to filter out companies that do not meet your criteria. In this post, I outline the settings I use for the income portfolio.
In October 2020 I started a new portfolio with the aim of increasing my income. This post outlines my rationale behind the portfolio, and what is to come in this series.
There are a number of different types of mutual funds on the market. How do you know which one to choose? This post explores the various types of mutual funds available.
Mutual funds are a staple of many investors portfolios, but what exactly are they? In this post, we explore mutual funds and similar financial instruments that can offer you diversification at the click of a button.
Cash is King as the saying goes, but does this apply to your investing? Cash is one of the traditional asset classes, along with Stocks and Bonds. In this post, we will explain why cash is a useful asset to have in your investment portfolio and what you can expect to gain from it.
What are commodities and why should you know about them? In this post, we will cover the different types of commodities, along with their place in your portfolio.
Both investors and traders seek to maximise their returns. Stoicism has some useful tools that can help you do just that.
“The Magic of Compounding” is a term that has become popular in investing circles, but what exactly is it and how can it help you?
Diversification is often talked about in financial circles, but what exactly is it and how will it benefit you
Risk is inherent in life. There is no escaping it. Risk is also inherent in investing and trading, and just like life, we can’t escape it. We can, however, take steps to reduce our exposure to it.