For the second month of 2018 I struggled a lot.. There have been a lot of dips and I did not have enough money to get more invested. It was frustrating but in a sense it was also great to get both my legs back onto the ground and not put all my savings into the stock market.
Why (D)ividend (G)rowth (I)nvesting?
First of all, maybe I should explain what DGI is. It basicly means that you’re buying into a company instead of just buying a certificate that fluctuates in price. Looking for companies that pay a dividend is obviously part one, but looking at their dividend history is where it gets really exciting! Continue reading…
Friday february the 2nd I decided I would put my last cash in Apple. Their earnings had been good in my eyes, yet the market put Apple 3% lower. So at a price of $163 I jumped in ($164,73 incl transaction fees) with 8 shares.
Now why would I buy them at this point?
The first month of 2018 is already behind us again, this is my monthly overview!
I gave investing a little go before 2017, it was through my bank ING, this was not perfect as half of the stocks I knew were not available through them. So at 10 january 2017 I opened my current account at BinckBank brokers and except for january itself, 2017 was my first full year of investing. Here is how it went: Continue reading…