Tag Archives: Nestlé

Stop focusing just on investment performance

A combination of various factors are incredients for success Returns on investments (e.g. in company stocks or Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)) matter a lot in the context of the wealth accumulation process of individuals. So, of course its highly reasonable to put an eye on the portfolio performance on an …

Read More »

Dividend growth investing as income booster

This is a guest post. The author runs the blog My Financial Shape, documenting his family’s journey to Financial Independence by 2024 by establishing various passive income sources such as dividend-paying stocks, etc. My pursuit to achieve Financial Independence as a Dividend Growth Investor has had plenty of positive side effects over the …

Read More »

Sometimes dividend cuts are good signs

The communicated and executed dividend policy of a publicly-traded company is an important factor to consider when it comes to investing in income-generating assets. An immanent dividend cut for instance is often a warning sign that the business is running into troubles, that it has been applying an unsustainable dividend …

Read More »

L’Oréal the European Dividend Aristocrat

Dividend Growth Investing in European Stocks Long term oriented dividend growth investors that have created resilient stock portfolios churning out a steadily increasing stream of cash flows in form of dividends, often are positioned in the so-called Dividend Aristocrats which commonly refers to a US company that is a member …

Read More »

Brown-Forman and its rival Diageo

When constructing a diversified dividend stock portfolio that will churn out an ever-growing passive income stream over time, it’s vital to focus on well-established businesses with a durable and profitable economic moat, iconic brands, and a compelling track record of robust cash generation as well as a sound financial policy …

Read More »

Getting paid each month with Dividends

The beauty of passive income sources Investing in dividend-paying stocks is one of the easiest and most rewarding ways to establish an ever-increasing and reliable passive income stream. In contrast to active income (from a job), passive income is not (directly) linked to time. As a shareholder of The Coca-Cola …

Read More »

The healthy part of Coca Cola

This is a guest post. The author runs the blog My Financial Shape, documenting his family’s journey to Financial Independence by 2024 by establishing various passive income sources such as dividend-paying stocks, etc. The sweet Dividend King The Coca-Cola Company is without any doubt one of the most popular stock …

Read More »

Should Adobe pay out dividends?

When it comes to Dividend Growth Investing, putting money to work in high-quality businesses that have the growth potential to sustainably hike their shareholder distributions for decades is a key success factor. As a long-term oriented investor looking for reliable passive income sources, you want to have pieces of companies …

Read More »

Optimistic Investors are the triumphant ones

There are a couple of book treasures being extremely valuable especially for long-term-oriented Buy and Hold Investors. Besides The Intelligent Investor written by Benjamin Graham and A Random Walk Down Wallstreet by Burton Gordon Malkiel I’d certainly put Stocks for the Long Run by Jeremy Siegel and Triumph of the …

Read More »

Are there any European Dividend Aristocrats?

The term dividend aristocrat commonly refers to a US company that is a member of the S&P 500 index and has increased its dividend for at least twenty-five consecutive years in a row. Examples are enterprises such as The Coca-Cola Company, PepsiCo, Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson. Companies having the ability to raise …

Read More »
Newsletter Signup

Subscribe to our newsletter below and receive a

Free eBook

"Comparing Bitcoin to Gold"