2015 at age 60, and now manage our family investments..
Live on rents and dividends, without selling any of our solidly performing properties or companies.
Husband & Father, CEO Healthcare, M.S. Healthcare, B.A. Business.
Dividend Growth Investing, Real Estate Investor, Bank Investor, Board Member, and Healthcare Faculty Member.
Make wise choices with what we have, and living a full and healthy next half of our lives. Focus on family, personal growth, financial wisdom, joyful living, physical fitness, and studying the lives of the great men and women of our world.
Like you, we have taken on the challenge of developing adequate income streams to support our life in retirement. Our investments currently produce rental income and dividends adequate to support our lifestyle.
Your comments and advice are always appreciated.
I am an Oil & Gas industry professional working in the industry since 1977. Current owner of an Oil & Gas well service company based in NY. Providing safe, efficient and environmentally sound services to the oil and natural gas industry in the Appalachian Basin. Employing 40+.
Services include: consulting, work over, completion and swab rigs, trucking, fluid hauling, roustabout, frac tank and tool rental.
My investment portfolio is invested in Gold, Silver and companies that operate in the Oil & Gas industry. I only invest in industry's and company's whose operations I am familiar with.
Opportunistic global value long/short investor. Long term (5-20+ years holding periods) investment approach. Currently studying at Wharton School of Business and working for Quaker Capital Investments.
Current Areas of Interest and Strategy:
Value Large Cap U.S. Companies with exceptionally strong balance sheets and/or cashflows
Value Large South Korean Companies
Value Large Polish Companies
Value Large Russian Integrated Oil Companies
Bubbling tech stocks that won't be able to grow into their valuation
Poor quality U.S. businesses trading at exceptional valuations
Independent retail investor. Interested mainly in acquiring solid DGI stocks for the long term, employing a smaller portion of funds to higher risk/yield securities. Occasionally employ options to enhance returns or manage risk.
RE attorney retired. Now receive more interest income than dividends. Began investing in 1970s with RE, bonds and preferred stocks; shifting to dividend stocks in 2010, 11 & 12. No mutual funds. No longer use options. Average 1 hours/day researching (reading SA) where ever I am unless market is active ... then more. Enjoy other hobbies more than investing, but personal management is critical. I am envious of all you young DGIers because of the opportunities out there and your ability to access them via the internet, and evaluate them via your computers. Ever do a spreadsheet in pencil?