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  • Confessions Of A 'DGI Lite' Investor, Part 3: Care & Feeding Of The DGI Lite Dogs [View article]
    Miz,
    Would that be "Hot Dogs", Great read, keep it up!
    Linda
    Sep 19, 2012. 10:30 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Patient Investors: An Interesting Dividend Approach Using Your Home Equity [View article]
    Very well put Gratian, I agree.
    Good Luck to all, Linda
    Sep 14, 2012. 11:50 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • How To Raise Portfolio Income By Selling Overvalued Companies [View article]
    Robert, very good article. I have been pondering that question on a couple of my stocks for a couple of months. I've even considered selling a portion as opposed to the whole position.
    Linda
    Sep 14, 2012. 11:22 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The 'Common Man' Portfolio: Keeping Things Simple [View article]
    Dave, I always enjoy your articles, you come across as "Down to Earth", or as a wise Doctor from the South told me last year, "Salt of the Earth Folks." Thank you for passing on valuable lessons with everyday circumstances.
    Best Wishes, Linda
    Sep 13, 2012. 11:36 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Confessions Of A 'DGI Lite' Investor [View article]
    Ok, that cracks me up, I'm sure the guys at my work are wondering what I am reading on my net book that makes me laugh. Thanks to all for good articles and the laughter and wisdom that follow in the comments.
    Sep 13, 2012. 10:52 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Confessions Of A 'DGI Lite' Investor - Part 2: Creating The DGI Lite Portfolio [View article]
    MizMagic, enjoyed it, your dogs will hunt!
    Linda
    Sep 12, 2012. 10:31 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Confessions Of A 'DGI Lite' Investor [View article]
    Miz Magic, well done!!! I am in the same financial place as you. After the first year of investing, the only thing I know for sure is, I will probably never learn it all, but I will try! Love the SLAP and SLAM, and look forward to future articles.
    Best Wishes, Linda
    Sep 12, 2012. 09:32 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • My Mad Method Meets The 'Chowder Dividend Rule' [View article]
    JD, once again enjoyed your article, I wrote Chowder's formula down and was going to check my stocks to see if they meet his rule. Thank you to Chowder and all the others who always give sound advice. I will send you a message for excel sheet they are so fun looking, hope I can make it work for me and have fun, too!
    Best of Luck to All!
    Linda
    Sep 10, 2012. 11:31 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Time For A Portfolio Check-Up! [View article]
    Larry, enjoyed the article! My CPA said the same thing. The problem isn't in the yearly tax filings, but could cost me a lot in taxes in long run when I sell. I chose to sell the mlp I had, till I could understand better. I also added WAG and consider it a keeper. Wish you continued success!
    Linda
    Aug 2, 2012. 10:20 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Say 'No' To The Dress: A Dividend Champions Guide To Wedding Planning [View article]
    JD, Enjoyed your article and I wish you, your wife and daughters success when the day comes. Tips I learned from my daughter's wedding: Plan the event at least a year away. We too, gave our daughter a set amount we were willing to spend. She could have as much as she wanted or what she wanted within a budget. Luckily, we were able to do invitations, silk flower arrangements, photos ourselves. Food is a big expense, I bought briskets and sausage on sale and kept in freezer, had a restaurant cook it for 1.00/lb. bought the sides, picked it up and delivered to hall and hired servers through hall. Give them the wedding of their choice within reason. We enjoyed the whole process, but, I am glad I only have one daughter, weddings are expensive.
    Jul 20, 2012. 10:15 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Dividend Growth Investing: Reflections On What I've Learned, Part 2 [View article]
    Bob,
    Like you, not only do I enjoy reading the articles, in addition to that benefit, I feel we learn just as much from the comments. I think deciding on an entry price and sticking to it is the hardest part. Being new to this, its easy to question yourself, at least for me.
    Linda
    Jun 29, 2012. 12:47 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Dividend Growth Investing: Reflections On What I've Learned, Part 2 [View article]
    Bob,
    Enjoyed this article and previous ones and I am looking forward to next one. Hope you and wife continue to have success. I agree that we should treat it like a business. Like buying a house, I feel for the investment to grow properly, you have to choose each stock at a good entry point and add value to it as long as you own it. I have my wish list printed with entry prices and I find that helps. Also, I am trying to diversify my portfolio with dg stocks across sectors and I can see the difference that makes. When I grow up, I wanna be like you and Chowder and have 50.
    Thanks agian!
    Linda
    Jun 29, 2012. 10:24 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Characteristics Of High Dividend Growth Companies [View article]
    Adam,
    Great article, I agree, as a younger old person just starting my portfolio. I have been looking to add dividend growth stocks in addition to my high yields. I will be adding more wag as the summer winds down. Thank you Robert for sharing your website with us!
    Linda
    Jun 26, 2012. 09:47 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Retirement: Setting Priorities For 'Enjoyment Without Employment' (Part 6) [View article]
    I have enjoyed reading all your articles, Thank you for your time!
    Jun 19, 2012. 09:50 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • One Man's Search For A Safe And Growing Income Stream [View article]
    My entry point is set very low, and not a large position if I pull trigger on them. I feel they could grow from there. I like a lot that are on your list, but only so much cash to work. Some of my buys are lower yields with future growth potential, as I have time and I don't need the income now. I have been considering adding a healthcare reit, and noticed you have some on your list. You have given me food for thought as your articles always do. Long: mo,t,vz,f,bac,cop,psx,...
    Jun 7, 2012. 12:02 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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