To learn more about dividend growth investing, read Dave Van Knapp’s dividend growth investing lessons.
Books I Recommend
Dividend for Starters ~ “Passive income for everybody! Personal blog about financial independence through Dividend Growth Investment.”
Dividend Growth Investor ~ “I am an investor who wants to generate a sizable passive income stream by investing in dividend paying stocks which have the tendency to increase their dividends over time”
Dividend Yield – Stock, Capital, Investment ~ “Self-Educated Dividend Income Investor, Living Off Dividends, Sharing my Ideas and Thoughts about Stocks, Dividends and Growth Opportunities.”
Financial Freedom to the divorced people ~ “The journey to financial freedom with investing in dividend stocks\ETF’s, of divorced dad that pays alimony.”
Hack Your Finances ~ “Computer guy trying to hack his own finances and documenting the journey. Thoughts on trading, investing, dividends/passive income, budgeting, and life hacking.”
Investment Hunting (Formerly Dividend Dreams)
I Want To Retire Soon ~ “My pursuit of financial independence through passive income from Dividend Growth Investments.”
Passive Income Pursuit ~ “Pursuing Early Financial Independence through Dividend Growth Investing and other Passive Income.”
A Frugal Family’s Journey ~ “A California family documents their journey towards Financial Independence.”
FTSE Market and UK Investments ~ “Investing in the FTSE market especially dividend stocks and other investments to help me retire early”
Roadmap2Retire ~ “A financial independence journey via dividend growth investing and other sources of passive income”
Ryan’s Money Rules ~ “I blog about our money rules. How to make it, how to grow it, and how to keep other people’s mitts off of it.”
Early Retirement Extreme ~ “-a combination of simple living, anticonsumerism, DIY ethics, self-reliance, and applied capitalism”
CapitalOne360 ~ The bank I use to earn interest. It can transfer cash instantly to my investment brokerage Sharebuilder.
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