It may not be the most Stoic thing to say, but money makes me happy. Not necessarily money itself, but what it represents and provides.
March was a fun month! The Income Portfolio had a positive month, and I dipped my toe into the crypto world. Read on to see the performance and details.
After a crazy start to the year, I finally got around to looking at January and February’s returns. Read on to see how the income portfolio performed!
As 2020 draws to a close, this post outlines the performance of the income portfolio in December. We will also look at the overall performance since it’s inception in October 2020.
If you spend time perusing the personal finance blog-o-sphere, you will come to two conclusions. One, you need to reduce the amount you spend. Two, you need to increase the amount you make. While that advice works, it could use a little wiggle room.
It was another good month for the Income Portfolio! Read on to see how the portfolio performed, along with my savings and investments for the month.
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.
Budgeting doesn’t have to mean cutbacks and restrictions. If used correctly, it can be a useful tool in your personal finance toolbox.
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.