Dividend Quest

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Date registered: February 9, 2014

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Latest posts

  1. Dividend Income Report: June 2020 — July 3, 2020
  2. Dividend Income Report: May 2020 — June 8, 2020
  3. Dividend Income Report: April 2020 — May 8, 2020
  4. Dividend Income Report: March 2020 — May 8, 2020
  5. My Latest Trades: CLM, PNNT, USA (buys); RA (sells) — May 8, 2020

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Jul 03 2020

Dividend Income Report: June 2020

And so ends the first half of 2020. Needless to say, the tumult of 2020 just keeps on rolling. In addition to the continued civil unrest across US cities and the number of COVID-19 cases rising in many states with relaxed quarantine rules, the stock market’s 50 or so days of recovery came to an …

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Jun 08 2020

Dividend Income Report: May 2020

So ends May. On a personal level, May was okay with nothing really major worth noting. With one solid week of warm weather, I was able to get some stuff done outdoors. Unfortunately, the month ended on a bitter note with civil unrest sweeping the nation. Being an election year, I’m sure the politics of …

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May 08 2020

Dividend Income Report: April 2020

Well, April is over and done. Spring is finally here as the rain is becoming less frequent and the sunny days are becoming more frequent. The country is still in lockdown, virus fatalities have risen exponentially from 4,054 on April 1 to 62,175 on April 30 and will only get worse. The nation’s economy is …

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May 08 2020

Dividend Income Report: March 2020

What a month. The COVID-19 virus and the impact it’s making upon the world made March a notable month. We saw the sharpest one month decline in the market’s history as the US economy ground to a halt in response to the virus. Businesses are closing or severely curtailing their hours, unemployment has spiked as …

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May 08 2020

My Latest Trades: CLM, PNNT, USA (buys); RA (sells)

It has been quite some time since I’ve made a buy, mainly because I have little cash to invest with. But still, with the late February market crash in reaction to the rapidly growing COVID-19 pandemic, I felt it was a good time to make a move and buy some stocks. So on March 2, …

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Mar 09 2020

Dividend Income Report: February 2020

Well, February 2020 is now done (and being a leap year, February had a leap day), Here in the Pacific Northwest winter is slowly losing its grip and the days are getting noticeably longer again. On the first day of February I got a new niece, followed by a new nephew on March 3. I …

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Jan 31 2020

Dividend Income Report: January 2020

Wow, the first month of 2020, one-twelfth of the year, is over and done. Here in the Pacific Northwest, the weather has been largely grey, dreary, and wet from frequent rain. A typical January here. One month into the new year, the stock market and general economy are doing quite well. There’s a lot of …

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Jan 11 2020

Dividend Income Report: December 2019

And so December 2019 is finished, along with the year and decade. Here in the Pacific Northwest, December started off rather cold with freezing mornings but ending with typical cloudy rainy days. December was a nice holiday season for investors, as the Dow started at the upper 27000s and ended at the mid-28000s. Not bad. …

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Nov 30 2019

Dividend Income Report: November 2019

I hope everybody had a good Thanksgiving holiday with family and friends. It was for me, as I spent Thanksgiving at my sister-in-law’s place with most of my in-laws in attendance. Here in the Pacific Northwest, it has been a mostly dry but unusually cold month. I’m almost done raking leaves, but one’s neighbor’s tree …

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Nov 26 2019

Dividend Income: The Ace Up Your Sleeve

The relationship between employer and employee has always been of keen interest to me ever since I joined the work force on a full-time basis. Why? Because at the time I had just finished college in 1990 and the economy went into recession. “Downsizing” became a new household word and I struggled to land a …

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