Joseph’s Dividends: June

While it’s not as exciting for me to write about, I realize I really should be sharing my journey with dividend investing more frequently. Recently, I did write a brief review of my experience so far with M1 Finance, but that was broad overview. I need to continue to live up to my title as Dividend Brother and share more of what I’ve been up to.

This first one post will be a little longer as I want to do a quick month-by-month recap of my dividend heavy IRA from its inception in April of 2018 until now. I’ll be honest, I don’t expect this to be extremely fascinating to anyone unless you get really jazzed about dividend income. Which, if you found your way to our blog I guess there a decent odds that this does do it for you. Ok, you’ve been warned . . . now let’s get granular!

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M1 Finance – A Review

This is the story about how I earn my title as a “Dividend Brother.” If you’ve been keeping up with my Trade Journal entries, you might be wondering, “Where are all of Joseph’s great dividend stocks?” The answer is they’ve been here all along, I just haven’t gotten around to writing about them until now. So, let me tell you about my dividend investing strategy, M1 Finance, and why you might consider using a similar strategy with this broker.

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Starting Over With $150

After four months that felt like four years, I’ve started live trading again. It’s a new year, and I’m excited to start fresh on this new leg of my trading journey. I blew up my original account at the end of August, 2019. As of the beginning of the year 2020, I’m starting over with a whopping initial investment of $150. Thank you Robinhood for making such craziness possible. I know all the conventional wisdom says I should have a minimum of $3,000 to start. (And realistically, more like $5,000.) I’ll get there. However, I wanted to get my toes wet using the new strategy I’ve been paper trading for the last four months. 

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