Should I buy? Should I sell? Or Should I stand pat? The market should never dictate how or when you invest. By increasing your confidence levels, you will invest with more conviction, save time, and eliminate many of your dilemmas. Everybody deserves a happy retirement. Mike Heroux from The Dividend Guy Blog is not only a passionate investor, but he is also pretty good at explaining how the market works and how you can make your money work more effectively for you. This podcast will cover all aspects of dividend growth investing. The clearer and more detailed your investing methodology, the easier it is to stick to your plan and avoid the potential pitfalls. Supported by dividend stock examples, facts, and a well-tested investing strategy, you will receive his best advice on how to properly respond to market fluctuations; how to build your dividend growth investing portfolio; and, how to manage that portfolio so you can eventually enjoy a stress-free retirement. Since 2003, Mike has be... more
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It’s been a few months since we had a guest on the show, and today is the day! We welcome Kyle Prevost, a personal finance teacher and an online entrepreneur, well-known for his blog Million Dollar Journey and the Financial Canadian Summit. Today, he... more
Mike keeps repeating to investors that now is not the time to take guesses and that they should review their portfolios to ensure their holdings can stay the course. Let’s see if Mike did his homework and check out his top 10 holdings: their weight, ... more
About 18 months ago, after some interest rate increases, we raised our red flag on some companies that seemed in trouble. Today, we’ll go back to them to see if we were right or wrong and why. Then, we’ll share more businesses that may cut their divi... more
Great podcast with plenty of useful information. Great job Mike and Vero!
Love this podcast. It is easy to understand not overwhelming. Explained so clear, concise. Thank you. No other one like this. Enjoy the weekly updates.
Thanks Mike and Vero, love this podcast!
I enjoy your content! Keep it up. If you could discuss your favorite dividend stocks more often I’d greatly appreciate it. Your latest episode helped me understand the type of investor I am. I truly enjoy researching companies and picking my own stocks. more
Great podcast that provides ideas to get an investor thinking. Thanks for the great work.
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