100% Dividend Growth Investing
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. For these weekly discussions, Mike is supported by co-host Vero, his core business manager and long-time partner at Dividend Stocks Rock.
The information contained in this podcast should not be considered as buy or sell recommendations. Please read the full disclaimer here.
What to Expect
This podcast covers 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.
Fire Questions Session: Selling Apple, Canadian Banks Earnings, Utilities Going Down, and Much More!
Just like hiking, investing is much funnier with a buddy by your side to help you stay the course. Today, we use Mike’s hiking buddy talent to answer the most frequently asked questions investors have.
Selling stocks at a loss? Protection against inflation? Another tech bubble ahead? DRIPs? Using stop sells? These are all answered… and many more!
How Mike Became a Dividend Growth Investor and Which Lessons Did He Learn
Mike started investing in dividend stocks in 2010. How did he become a dividend growth investor? What led him to that investment strategy? Today, we’ll cover Mike’s investing story and which lessons he learned through the journey.
How to Build a Recession-Proof Portfolio with Dividend Growth Stocks
In this episode, we invite investors into taking action! No matter what your age or your stage of life, you’ll find guidelines on how to take control of your investment and build a recession-proof portfolio that will lead you to retirement.
Lessons From a Market Crash
It’s no surprise now, the pandemic greatly affected our lives. But how did it impact the stock market? What are the lessons an investor should have learned from it? How to react to an unpredictable event such as a market crash?
We answer these questions by sharing 7 pieces of advice inspired by Mike’s experience as an investor and as a former financial planner.
Retirement Portfolio Series – Withdrawal Mechanics to Enjoy Retirement
In the last episode of this series, we’ll elaborate a simple, but effective, plan to make sure you always have enough money to enjoy your retirement.
How to withdraw money? Which stocks to sell? How many transactions per year? When should you wait before withdrawing?
- Retirement Portfolio Series – How to Increase Your Yield and Protect Your Income From Inflation
- Retirement Portfolio Series – Two Dividend Options to Create Your Paycheck
- Retirement Portfolio Series – Let’s Start With the Basics: Budget and Cash
- Dividend EV Stocks and How to Ride that Trend in a Safe Way
- Brookfield Stocks: Which Shares to Hold?
- How to Compare Two Stocks
- Get the Best of Each Sector Series – REITs and Industrials
- Get the Best of Each Sector Series – Technology and A Guide to Buying Tech Stocks
- Get the Best of Each Sector Series – Healthcare and Utilities
- Sector Allocation – How Many Sectors Should You Have and Which Ones?
- Get the Best of Each Sector Series – Communication and Financial Services
- Get the Best of Each Sector Series – Basic Materials and Energy
- Get the Best of Each Sector Series – Consumer Cyclical and Consumer Defensive
- Canadian vs. U.S. Market! Why Not Both?
- How and When to Sell Your Losers
- What the Hell is the Dividend Triangle
- Why Dividend Growth Investing Matters?
Since 2003, Mike has been 100% invested in equities. He shifted his entire portfolio into a dividend growth investing strategy in 2010. Mike worked in the financial industry for a number of years including 5 years as a certified financial planner and another 5 years as a private banker. He decided to leave the corporate world of banking at the age of 35 because his ultimate goal was to help more investors be successful. In 2013, he founded Dividend Stocks Rock, which is a service that now guides over 2,000 investors down the path of success using a Dividend Growth Investing model. He is followed by over 55,000 people and counts 13,000+ webinar attendees to date.
Vero completed her Communications college degree in 2007. During the first years of her career, she mainly worked in the marketing field for a newspaper and a large high-end furniture store; where she learned to adapt to the fast-changing world of advertising. In 2010, she made the bold move of working in the “blogosphere” alongside with Mike. This life-changing decision opened the doors of dividend growth investing for Vero. She quickly turned into Mike’s second brain and has hold the position of Core Business & Marketing Manager since the foundation of Dividend Stocks Rock in 2013. Throughout the years, she has discovered in herself a high interest for investing and she believes in the emporwement of investors.
Full disclaimer: The information contained within this podcast is for informational purposes only and it is not intended as a recommendation of the securities highlighted or any particular investment strategy; nor should it be considered a solicitation to buy or sell any security. In addition, this information is not represented or warranted to be accurate, correct, complete, or timely. The securities mentioned in this podcast may not be suitable for all types of investors and the information contained in this podcast does not constitute advice. Before acting on any information in this email, readers should consider whether such an investment is suitable for their particular circumstances, perform their own due diligence, and if necessary, seek professional advice.Google+