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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: Message 31377261
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28350Yes, if you work for an employer with more than 20 employees and get good healthInvestor2-yesterday
28349You appear to be correct but with some caveats: medicare.gov I have employer cB.K.Myers-Saturday
28348There is no penalty for not taking Medicare if you are covered by insurance at Investor21last Friday
28347D is my fourth largest position, tied with T for that place. Two dividend incrernsmth1last Friday
28346D Dominion increases dividend by 10%. The company is expected to increase by 10%Max Fletcher3last Friday
28345Hi ditch, Merry Christmas to you and your family too! I wish my wife did not krobert b furman-last Friday
28344Thanks, PIR was a technical trade, certainly not one based on fundamentals. BecaDitchdigger-last Friday
28343Waste Management announces plan to increase quarterly dividend payments and apprKip S-last Friday
28342PIR: Ditto -- nice timing on sell. Business doesn't look good - coPaul Senior-last Thursday
28341 Nice timing on your sell . . did not realize their earnings were to be releasedE_K_S-last Thursday
28340I noticed, and wanted to add some more....but, didn’t have the cash available. TMannie-last Wednesday
28339I have not pulled the trigger on IRM, but it is in top 3 of my watch list to buyJimisJim-last Wednesday
28338Did anyone notice the secondary offering, and subsequent 7-plus % decline in IRMGraustus-last Wednesday
28337 so I can bitch about my tax rate when the RMD comes my way That is one of my gosm1th-last Wednesday
28336You are correct. There are penalties for not signing up for Medicare when you arB.K.Myers-last Wednesday
28335Decided to sell PIR here at $5.73, good ride from $4.31. Bird in the hand etc...Ditchdigger-last Wednesday
28334My employment provides for our health insurance. When I'm no longer employrobert b furman-last Wednesday
28333Is your wife 66 and not in Medicare yet? There are severe penalties for not enrgeoffrey Wren1last Wednesday
28332Your situation sounds a lot like mine, and matches my current thinking. My wifesm1th-last Wednesday
28331I have the same issues. wife is 66 and I'm 65. Neither of us have entered robert b furman-last Wednesday
28330Jim: A few variables into the equation. I planning to wait till I'm 70 (Logain Ablar-last Wednesday
28329thx, roni... always good to get your perspective... /eomJimisJim-last Wednesday
28328SS and taking it Makes sense to me, Jim. I did at 62 (dang, that is four yearsrnsmth2last Wednesday
28327It occurs to me that the new tax laws will impact SS and Medicare -- this is a nJimisJim3last Wednesday
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