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A place to share info and have discussion, mostly on dividend stocks, but including ETFs, CEFs, mutual funds, and other income producing investments. The overall goal being to build a growing income stream, portfolio growth being secondary. With an abundance of very intelligent and experienced posters, and no real functioning retirement board on SI, imho a good place for any retirement questions or concerns.

My personal favorite book to give any young person. The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason
amazon.com

Two thread favorite reads:

The Single Best Investment: Creating Wealth with Dividend Growth by Lowell Miller
amazon.com

2006 Edition available as a free PDF online. Introduction and first 46 pages required reading imho.
mhinvest.com

The Ultimate Dividend Playbook: Income, Insight and Independence for Today's Investor by Josh Peters
amazon.com

Descriptions of Achievers, Aristocrats, and Champions:

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Printable list here:

dripinvesting.org

Here's a handy website (courtesy of another board). The home page gives dividends, total return, dividend growth rate for various time periods and the like for any stock going back as far as 1970.

There's also a drop down menu ( top right ) where you can pull up inflation rate, S&P earnings and the like since 1960.

longrundata.com

This site will give you a the 3 and 5 year dividend growth.

dividendinvestor.com

Dividend Safety Scores: simplysafedividends.com

Another helpful site: theconservativeincomeinvestor.com

A few more some could find handy:

Stock screener: finviz.com
All things closed end funds: cefconnect.com
Dividend news: seekingalpha.com
Preferred stocks and baby bonds: dividendyieldhunter.com

I am going to track my IRA here and update it monthly. Anyone who would like to do the same, I will link to the header. Real world always being better than hypothetical.

Current portfolio: siliconinvestor.com
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29373I find I pretty much stay away from illiquids. I have in the past, put in limit Steve Felix-yesterday
29372CoreSite Realty declares $1.03 dividend May 24, 2018 7:26 AM ET|About: CoreSitMannie-yesterday
29371The perils of trading preferreds. Looked in this morning, and there is RPT-D dogeoffrey Wren1yesterday
29370 Some nice ones coming out lately: May 23, 2018 4:28 PM ET Universal (NYSSteve Felix-Wednesday
29369RE: BGS & OHI OHI seeing a nice recovery too like BGS and now yielding 9.1%E_K_S4Wednesday
29368B&G Foods (NYSE: BGS) declares $0.475/share quarterly dividend, 2.2% increaSteve Felix2Wednesday
29367CBRL Announced a 4.6% dividend increase and a good-sized special dividend CBRLrnsmth1Tuesday
29366 Regarding Social Security: PER WIKI: According to the Social Security Trustegeoffrey Wren3Monday
29365My current utes include D, DUK, ED, VVC, SO and WEC. Have had them all for manyresearch12341Sunday
29364Been buying PPL w/ two earlier Buys in last 30 days. Have another Buy if it falE_K_S2Sunday
29363Not sure what you find compelling about CSWC. Other than MAIN, I tend to stay amaverick61-Sunday
29362Bottom line, SS has $5.3 billion of IOUs, called intra-govt debt — that 5.3 billJimisJim-Sunday
29361A great list. I already own half of them, mostly from much lower levels. I’m gresearch12341Sunday
29360(On Topic) PEP and KO have both taken it on the chin lately and I am have them oMax Fletcher3Sunday
29359 Quite a few "good" stocks yielding 3% and up, within 5% of their 52 wSteve Felix4last Saturday
29358Alright Gentlemen, lets get back to dividend paying stocks. I stumbled across a Maurice H. Norcott6last Saturday
29357I just don't see what is to be gained by anyone in some of the discussions. Steve Felix1last Saturday
29356yep like I sed, no monetary balances in the SS trust fund other than bonds. theythe traveler-last Saturday
29355Actually I would argue both research 1234 and the traveler BOTH made accurate stmaverick61-last Saturday
29354Hi Steve, we've had pretty good weather here the last few weeks, raining todDitchdigger-last Saturday
29353research1234, I keep rec-ing your posts because I appreciate that you are corrKip S-last Saturday
29352I will respond only because your untrue statements may worry folks who currentlyresearch12342last Saturday
29351I said I wouldn't respond but I will make an exception for just this one sinthe traveler1last Saturday
29350 Hi Ditch. We've had enough rain in the last week for a whole summer. Just sSteve Felix-last Saturday
29349There absolutely is a trust fund. It’s a verifiable fact that is not debatable.research12341last Saturday
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