One Up On Wall Street by Peter Lynch

Look at any list of the top investing books and this book will normally be up towards the top. One Up On Wall Street by Peter Lynch is not your conventional style of investing

More Dividends Update from February 2017

Welcome back. What another great month that it has been. I hope that everyone has been prospering very well. The market is continuing to soar to new heights on a daily basis. Currently the

My Compounding Money Strategy

Hi again readers, today I want to talk to you about my Compounding Money Strategy. A lot of people are completely satisfied with living a life with a simple earned income strategy. We all

Recent Buy – Pfizer (PFE)

Several years ago I learned about something called dividend growth investing. When I first started reading about this style of investing one company was referenced in the article. Can you guess which company that

Why You Need an Emergency Fund

An emergency fund will be your lifeline when you are faced with emergencies like road accidents, unforeseen illnesses, or sudden job loss. You could also need the money for unintended home repairs or car

More Dividends Update from January 2017

Welcome readers. I hope that 2017 has been going good for you so far. For me, since work has slowed down some I am able to focus some of my energy to other things

Recent Buys – Target (TGT) & a little Coca Cola (KO)

Welcome readers and thanks for visiting. I hope that all has been going good for you. The market has now officially closed over the 20,000 mark. What an amazing time to be in the

For your listening pleasure!

Hey there readers. I hope that you have had a great start to 2017. I am equipped with a fresh set of Goals For 2017 and am looking to try and build my best

Goals for 2017

Last year turned out to be a great year for me. I was able to accomplish a lot of my goals that I had set. It also allowed me plenty of learning opportunities as

More Dividends Update from December 2016

It seems like such a long time since I have done a monthly update here at More Dividends. In reality, I only missed the month of November and for that I apologise. In the