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JUNE DIVIDENDS – #DIVIDENDSERIES

Summer is in full swing and the heat is on. Just found out that DGS will not be paying a dividend for July so that will have a massive impact on my goals and also my earnings. Added some more FTN so hopefully that offsets some of the payout that was expected from DGS.

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MAY DIVIDENDS – #DIVIDENDSERIES

Another month, another dividend report. As we all know here in Canada, the summer is getting close and this usually means more spending, because no one wants to be inside when its warm and sunny. So squeezing out extra funds for the dividend series might be a little challenging, but once there is a will there is a way.

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Cryptocurrency guide in 4 Easy Steps – Guest Post

Cryptocurrencies are currently one of the fastest growing markets in the world. And because there is not just one option how we can get out crypto coins, we have created the following guide in which we will uncover to you all possibilities how to get or profit from cryptocurrencies. So without further introduction, let’s dive right into it.

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#SCC SEPTEMBER DIVIDEND UPDATE

Small Change Challenge #SCC is in full effect and the dividends for September are in. The dividends aren’t much as was expected because of the nature of the account My aim is to get the dividends to a point where the incoming dividends are enough to purchase three(3) of each stock monthly, then I will try to add different names to the portfolio.

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September 2017 Dividend Income

Well, there goes September and it’s finally beginning to feel like fall, bye bye extended summer. Time to start dusting off those old winter coats and thinking about those winter tires, but no worries because it’s about to be “The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year”. The festive season talk is for another time and another blog because it’s dividend reporting time, so let’s get straight to it.

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