RetireOnDividends Blog

Investing in order to retire on dividends needn't be difficult. You just need to treat your financial decisions like investments and avoid speculation.

Here are articles to help you do just that. We hope you enjoy...

Mar 14, 2019

ETF investing strategies for the investor (rather than the speculator)

ETF investing strategies aren't easy to find, despite the fact that the use of ETFs has exploded over the last 15 years or so.

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Mar 13, 2019

Dollar Cost Averaging

Dollar cost averaging is the process of continuously and steadily purchasing stocks (or other securities) so you "average" out your purchase prices.

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Mar 05, 2019

given a divident to buy shares where i work

I was given a dividend to buy shares in the company where I work should I be paying taxes on it....I do not receive any money

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Feb 07, 2019

Jack Bogle 1929-2019 - The man who transformed retirement investing

Jack Bogle sadly passed away in January 2019. With his most recognised invention - the low-cost index tracker fund, he arguably did more to help average investors than any other person.

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Feb 07, 2019

Peter Thornhill: Debt Recycling strategy

We own our house (discharged mortgage) yet find Peter Thornhill's Debt recycling strategy to build a share/LIC portfolio totally fascinating. Are you

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Feb 01, 2019

Hargreaves Lansdown review - Is this the brokerage for you?

Why do you need a Hargreaves Lansdown review? Well, if you've got a great investment you're going to need a brokerage to actually buy the share, fund, or ETF?

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Feb 01, 2019

Enterprise Value - how it can help you value a company

To calculate the Enterprise Value of a company, take the market capitalization and add all the debt (including preferred shares, pension deficits & minority interests). If the company has net cash, the Enterprise Value is the market cap minus the cash.

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Jan 31, 2019

Leverage your house for better investment returns

Is it sensible to leverage your house for investment in stocks and bonds? At these times of unprecedentedly low interest rates, returns from investment should easily outstrip the cost of borrowing the money, but how much does it increase your returns?

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Jan 13, 2019

Retirement income from the Markets. Safety.

If I need all my income from my market dividends in order to live, then am I not very exposed: 1. if the market drops for a long period I starve 2. I

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Jan 09, 2019

Saving to invest? Here's an inspiring story to keep you saving

If you're saving to invest or have already got money in income-producing assets, it takes patience and the enormous power of compound interest to change a modest sum into a serious one. If being patient isn't your strength, I hope this page will leave you excited

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Jan 08, 2019

Use Discounted Cash Flow to value stocks

Analysts often use discounted cash flow to value stocks, so how do you do this calculation and how do you benefit from the valuation?

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Jan 07, 2019

Are crowdfunding investments a good idea for dividend investors?

I've been tempted by crowdfunding investments - particularly one in a new technology company, but I have a feeling my investing mentor, Mike Roberts, will hate the unpredictability of the return and the likely time lag between investment and dividend income, let's see...

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Dec 27, 2018

Inheritance

Hi, Where would you put an inheritance of $500K to generate and stable consistent income ?

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Dec 12, 2018

Stockopedia Review - the best resource for part-time investors?

It's time to write a Stockopedia Review - I’ve netted a 20% return in 8 months as a complete beginner, so you can probably imagine I'm a fan!

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Nov 12, 2018

Cash flow from assets: the most important stat in your financial life

Building cash flow from assets is one of the key lessons from Robert Kiyosaki's great book "Rich Dad Poor Dad".

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