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Brendan
@brendanschema
Total Monthly Dividends Received 💰 I have much more invested that just my #DividendJourney portfolio shown here. But building something from the ground up is exciting & motivating. How much dividend income have you received this year? 💬…See more
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Avoiding over-diversification is just as important as diversification. 📊 You cannot make any money if you spread your money too thin. 💵 I have 10 positions in my #DividendJourney portfolio. …See more
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Roughly a year ago I began my #DividendJourney . This was both a personal & public endeavor where I created a dividend portfolio from scratch and tracked its progress on YouTube. A year, 1,000 subscribers, and about $1,000 later and an update video is in store. ⬇️ Videos made: 54 🎬 Portfolio value: $1,155 📈 Dividends reinvested: $16.48 💰 Friends in the "Friend Group" : 1,051 ✅…See more
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#dividendinvestor #buildandgrow Dividend investing starts out slow. People will laugh at you when your div payments are small. Ignore them and keep building. If you reinvest your divs the compounding will quickly snowball and you will see real results. Seeing your div income grow is the best motivator to keep going. Let the haters laugh. 10 years from now they won't be laughing. They'll be ask…See more
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Why $SCHD ? 🤔 This one position makes up nearly 35% of my #DividendJourney  portfolio and the goal is to hit 40%! So why do I think $SCHD is worthy of making up that much of the portfolio? It starts with the ETF's holdings! 👇 1️⃣ …See more
Aug 23, 2017 - Aug 23, 2022
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SCHD94.41%
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VOO84.24%
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VTI79.61%
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If you are investing in individual stocks you should be keeping tabs! 👀 This would inlcude reading over an earnings report and highlighting key points like... revenue growth/decline 🧾 earnings growth/decline 💰 hurdles, issues, or bright spots 😰🚨💡 future expectations and why! 🔮…See more
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The #DividendJourney portfolio has a BUSY week ahead of it. This is the purely dividend-focused portfolio I track on the Financial Friends YouTube channel! 🌱 I made some much purchases in the portfolio! 💰 And we saw $JNJ report earnings! 💊 But the portfolio is seeing ALOT of its companies reporting earnings: …See more
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We are now halfway through 2022 and I ended up reaching some of my #DividendJourney goals. ⭐️ That leaves me with only one choice, to move the goal posts further! 🥅 In this video, I break down my NEW goals for the remainder of the year AND how I plan to achieve them!💰 The focus is on: - Consistent deposits 💵…See more
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The S&P 500 is officially in a BEAR MARKET 🐻📉 🔹 What does this mean? A bear market simply means the S&P 500 has fallen 20% in value from the previous all-time high. That is it. 🔹 Should I be afraid? No. There have been 14 bear markets since 1929... this being the 15th. The average bear market has lasted 18 months. If you have a longer time horizon then this might actually be beneficial to you…See more
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I will be adding ONE of these FOUR stocks to my #DividendJourney Portfolio! 💰 Vote down below and comment your reasoning! ⬇️ 💬 I am building a dividend portfolio on YouTube and tracking it as I build it on my YouTube channel! 🌱 youtube.com/financialfriends If you want more context around this poll, information on the stocks, or to follow along on my #DividendJourney click the link below to watch the video! 📊👀 Full video for context here: https://youtu.be/grXWeJVjM5I

Proctor & Gamble ($PG)46.55%
Starbucks ($SBUX)18.1%
Target ($TGT)16.9%
Visa ($V)18.45%
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$DIS paid a dividend for 40 years before cutting it in 2020. The cut made sense given the circumstances but when will it come back? 🤷‍♂️ I have identified four major question marks that I believe Disney must have answers to before they decide to return payments to shareholders. The real question is when will they get these answers?❓ My thought... not for a long time. Find out why I think that below!…See more
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Even in a market downturn, this stock has continued to perform. 📈 With a PE of 28.63 the stock seems a bit pricey and has done nothing but go up over the last six months but I am still a buyer. 💰 Why? ⬇️ - I have a long time horizon - I can/will average down (in the event the stock falls) - The company sells cheap products with a high velocity and I do not want to risk the stock NOT falling…See more
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Look out my front door yesterday morning and see this 👀 $DE I have been accumulating some fractional shares of $DE in my #DividendJourney portfolio recently. I like this company moving forward as an agriculture play but also as a "mini" construction play as well. 📈…See more
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The full picture of any scenario is very important, especially in investing. Most of us here on Public have our holdings set to be shown, meaning that other users in the #PublicCommunity can see what stocks we own! This is awesome but it NEVER shows the whole picture! 👀 This is because many of us here on Public own stocks elsewhere! It may seem like I enjoy owning individual stocks and larger tech…See more
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How much stock will you need to own to have $AAPL pay for your cellphone every year or for $O to pay for your rent every year? Well, here you go! ⬇️ $1,000 iPhone = $1,000 dividends a year = $202,772 worth of $AAPL 🍎 $1,000 rent/month = $12,000 dividends a year = $294,860 worth of $O …See more
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With the increase in thoughts about the U.S. becoming more reliant upon itself, I got to thinking... what sectors, industries, or companies would benefit from this? 🇺🇸 Stocks like $CAT and $DE come to mind. 🧠 Well, I did some more digging and one of these companies... - Had a 4.7% market share within construction equipment (2020) 📊…See more
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Something as boring as this takes on a whole new meaning when you are an investor! I own a bit of $WM in my #DividendJourney portfolio! I love to buy businesses that people cannot live without and companies that do well regardless of the economic climate. 💰 Something like Waste Management, a literal trash company is essential to our everyday life! Other companies that come to mind include... $JNJ 💊…See more
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Buy businesses... not stocks. 📈 #DividendJourney What do I mean by this? Well, there are always new stocks, hot stocks, trending stocks, top movers, etc. being covered on Twitter, the news, and other social media platforms... even here on Public. That is fantastic and many people will buy-in, sell-out, and maybe even make a profit. 💰 But on my goal is not to swing trade, day trade, or really to se…See more
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