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Dividend ETF Analysis – VIG

Welcome to the fourth episode of my dividend ETF analysis series; today we’re looking at VIG, Vanguard’s Dividend Appreciation ETF. You can find all the other ETFs covered in this series here. As always, we’ll take a look at how...

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Dividend ETF Analysis – VYM

On today’s third episode of my dividend analysis series, we’re taking a look at VYM, Vanguard’s High Dividend Yield Index ETF. In this series, we look at portfolio construction, performance and dividend growth and you can always find the other...

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Dividend Review – August 2022

Bond yields in 2022 are rising and making bonds somewhat interesting again. Our friend, the bond lost a lot of luster after the 2008 recession. A recovery in stocks combined with downward rates and easy money policies shifted a lot...

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Dividend ETF Analysis – DGRO

Welcome to the second episode of my dividend analysis series where I’m taking a deep dive into ETFs like DGRO. If you want some insight into this series then check out the first post here where I reviewed SCHD. In...

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Dividend ETF Analysis – SCHD

Welcome to the first episode of my dividend ETF analysis series where I’ll take a deep dive into ETFs like SCHD. I’ll be going over the ETF’s investment style, how the holdings are picked, expense ratios, how the ETF has...

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Dividend Review – July 2022

Is this a quick market recovery or just a dead cat bounce? That’s the question most investors are asking and something I’ll cover quickly in what will eventually be a dividend update. The S&P 500 is up 6.9% in the...

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Home Affordability is a Problem

We bought our house in December of 2020. At the time we lived in a somewhat cramped 900 square foot apartment and paid $1900/month for the pleasure of living next to random people. We also didn’t have a garage(those cost...

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Dividend Review – January 2022

It’s 2022 and it’s time to get more dividends! Last year was a solid year for growth despite it being a slow savings year for me. After all, we bought a house at the end of 2020 which pushed a...

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