I have written a How-To book called "Dividend Growth Investing", and have recently launched a website, http://www.dividendgrowthinvesting.com. The book teaches investors how to find and evaluate companies as to whether they wouuld make good future dividend growers. But both ideas, finding prospects and evaluating their prospects could use refinement. I am still struggling with each. I have 25 years experience learning various aspects of the securities industry, and current serve as a FINRA arbitrator. The website, http://www.dividendgrowthinvesting.com, is a paid subscription site giving lots of information about using dividends to beat inflation and creating safe income streams that grow at the rate of 8% to 10% per year. The website gives a model portfolio and monthly newsletter to subscribers, along with explanations of what I am doing and why I am doing it. Each month, there is a small educational article about some aspect of dividend growth investing.
MS Physics (Michigan State University), MS Applied Mathematics (Michigan State University), MS Finance (University of Michigan). Passed several actuary exams (ongoing) and CFP courses (ongoing). Licensed insurance counselor.
I have more than 15 years experience in the financial world within the High tech industry. In the recent years I have made a change and acting as a business operations manager. It allows me to get new and different perspective on the business and operations.
I hold a B.A degree in Statistics and Actuary and a MBA. I'm a dividend growth investor that is looking to execute a sound retirement plan.I constantly learn about it from multiple sources and can say that I am a true fan of SA and many of the writers in this forum.
Dale Roberts is an Investment Funds Associate with Tangerine Investment Funds Limited, a subsidiary of Tangerine Bank wholly owned by Scotiabank. My articles are for information purposes only and do not constitute investment advice or an offer or the solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any securities. These articles are my personal opinion and are not those of Tangerine Bank or its subsidiaries. Remember past performance is not guaranteed and may not be repeated. Investment strategies are not suitable for everyone and you should always conduct your own research or speak to a financial advisor.