AT&T is part of my passive income portfolio. While it’s not sexy and glamourous like TSLA, it’s a good earner and generates good dividends. I show you how I analyzed the stock and chose it for my portfolio.
All this has happened before and will happen again. I share my personal thoughts on what we’re entering a NEW Roaring 20’s with the possibility that it will be followed by a 1929 like Stock Market Crash! I even highlight some a possible ‘crash performing’ type of investment.
My Passive Income Summary for February 2021. My goal is to build a $100,000 a year passive income portfolio!
Why JNJ has been a long term holding of my Passive Income Portfolio as I work toward $100,000/year in Passive Income!
Building a dividend producing passive income portfolio requires thought, time, and education. Today I’m sharing 5 tips for building a dividend passive income portfolio and how you can figure out the right strategy for you. As I’ve written before, this idea came to me after my wife and I reviewed her 401k at the end of 2020. She had by accident generated a large sum of dividends without even trying. This was the same for me in my 401k as well and we generated $800 in dividends by accident in our trading account.
My Passive Income Summary for January 2021. My goal is to build a $100,000 a year passive income portfolio!
Why RYLD has become part of my Passive Income Portfolio as I work toward $100,000/year in Passive Income!
Why QYLD has become part of my Passive Income Portfolio as I work toward $100,000/year in Passive Income!
Why GILT has become part of my Passive Income Portfolio as I work toward $100,000/year in Passive Income!
I’m shaking $hit up and it’s going to get real in my Passive Income Journey!
My thoughts on starting a dividend investing. I want to build a passive investing portfolio of high dividend yielding stocks, ETFs, and mutual funds!
Get active in the markets! I mean lose actively in the markets…
Diversifed Low Cost Mutual Fund Retirement Strategies always win in the end.
Passive Investing is NOT Passive Income. Learning the differences and build a solid retirement plan.
People have no patience when it comes to investing. Stick with the passiving investing plans and you’ll get there in a methodical way.
My wife owns Dodge & Cox’s Stock Fund (DODGX) and its been a great performer for her account. I just wish they offered it in my 401K! Despite the nice trending chart below, DODGX is not without its risks. I ran a quick Monte Carlo simulation and discovered quite a few nasty negative return outcomes for DODGX. In fact there’s 0.04% chance for a nasty -51% rate of return over the past 10 years.