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My Miracle App

My Miracle App

October 31, 20140 Comments

If you are like me I struggle to find quality blocks of  personal time. You know to do stuff that you want to do. I have always thought if I just get up early I could free up a perfect block of undistracted time to get things done.  However, you know the human behavior saying […]

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Reality Income Benefits as ARCP hit with Accounting Issues

Reality Income Benefits as ARCP hit with Accounting Issues

October 30, 20140 Comments

Realty  Income (O) which is one of our favorite dividend growth stocks on the DividendGeek stock list share price appears to be benefiting from the recent accounting issues at American Realty Capital Properties (ARCP) as investors dump their ARCP shares for the safety of O. Shares of ARCP dropped 19% yesterday. It was down more […]

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My Favorite Free Stock Market Tool

My Favorite Free Stock Market Tool

August 22, 20140 Comments

Tools matter. If you have ever tried to use a straight edge screwdriver to unscrew a Phillips head screw or rake leaves on your lawn with a garden rake you know what I’m talking about. My Dad would always say: “Get the right tool for the job it makes the work go much easier.” Growing […]

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Adding Kinder Morgan to our Best Dividend Growth Stock List

Adding Kinder Morgan to our Best Dividend Growth Stock List

August 14, 20140 Comments

We are adding Kinder Morgan (KMI) to our Best Dividend Growth Stock list following the announcement of a plan to consolidate Kinder Morgan Energy Partners (KMP), Kinder Morgan Management (KMR), and El Paso Pipeline Partners (EPB) into a single corporation. The consolidation announcement on Monday (Aug 11) sent shares of (KMI) rocketing up 9% from […]

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Dividend Geek is Live!

Dividend Geek is Live!

July 7, 20142 Comments

We are excited to announce that we now have live data during market hours! Now after you login the ‘Check for Undervalued Stocks’ screening page will display the current discount to fair value percentages based on the current market stock price. For example, in the consumer discretionary sector shown below during market hours the current […]

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Spread the word Dividend Geek is now Free!

Spread the word Dividend Geek is now Free!

July 3, 20140 Comments

We’re Free! Dividend Geek is thrilled to announce that our website is now free! Yes that’s right, not just free for a trial period, but completely free. We are changing from a pay for premium content model to a web traffic advertising revenue model. This is great news for existing members as you will continue […]

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What young people should do

What young people should do

May 15, 20141 Comment

Yesterday a friend shared with me a short article chalk full of the most amazing advice for young people. I was so impressed that I just have to pass it along to you. If you’re not young enough to take advantage of this I challenge you to share it with your kids or some young […]

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Clorox Rasies Dividend for 37th Consecutive Year

Clorox Rasies Dividend for 37th Consecutive Year

May 14, 20140 Comments

Clorox bleach – I have a big bottle of it in my laundry room, odds are you do too. Clorox announced a $0.74 quarterly dividend today payable Aug 8 for shareholders of record on July 23. That’s a 4.2% raise from the previous $0.71 quarterly dividend. I know, not a spectacular dividend growth rate for […]

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Have Capital? Thoughts on Building Your Dividend Growth Portfolio

Have Capital? Thoughts on Building Your Dividend Growth Portfolio

April 25, 20140 Comments

A Dividend Geek member recently asked me: “I have a 401K account that I am rolling over to a self-directed retirement account. My question to you, if you have $100,000 to invest immediately, how much would you put in each stock that meets the 20% below fair market value.”  I have been asked similar questions […]

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Financial Freedom – Part 1

Financial Freedom – Part 1

March 27, 20140 Comments

Financial freedom or ‘FI’ the acronym for financial independence that is commonly used in the dividend growth investing blogshere, has been on my mind a lot lately. People have various definitions of FI or ideas of what this means to them. To me I have boiled it down to this: “Financial independence is when your […]

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