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Build your own money machine by carpet bombing your portfolio with dividends on a monhtly basis!

Do you know of all the hidden transaction costs?

Transaction costs are a frequent discussion point among retail investors and I will in this post explain some of the hidden transactions costs that most retail investors forget and why, as a dividend investor, it is important to keep costs at a minimum.

Dividend growth investing for beginners

Osinko, utbytte, udbytte, utdelning or arður. Call it what you like, but dividends is a foolproof way to make consistent, predictable returns in the market.


Blog posts:

  • Top 5 Nordic healthcare – companies

    September 8, 2019 by

    Healthcare is a broad description for many industries, and for retail investors it is sometimes hard to understand what a healthcare company is actually selling, producing or developing. Companies in this sector are also in various business cycle stages. From mature companies with stable income and broad products or services to companies with no income… Read more

  • 20 Nordic companies which will benefit from 7 Megatrends

    November 12, 2019 by

    It goes without saying that the world tomorrow will not be the same as the world yesterday. Changes happen constantly, and the changes may be of a temporary character, but others are so powerful that they will result in changes for the society on a fundamental level. I have written a short article describing 7… Read more

  • Top 5 Nordic ESG-companies

    October 29, 2019 by

    Investors has in the recent years become more aware of the companies they invest in and “green” companies has received a premium valuation. This premium valuation may be justified, but it can also be a sign of a overvaluated area to invest in. Either way, the increased focus has caused the cost of capital of… Read more

  • Dividend Income Update – October 2019

    October 23, 2019 by

    It’s time to sum up this month’s dividends, even though October is not over yet. I will not receive any more dividends this month and for October I recorded 791 NOK. This is down from last year, but last year I only received dividends from ABG Sundal Collier (which I offloaded during the year). This… Read more

  • Nekkar ASA – Time to unveild value

    October 8, 2019 by

    This company is not what you would expect to find in my portfolio, nevertheless I bought a small holding in the company following a write-up by Focused Compunding and Vetle Forsland. I bought into the company at 3.05 NOK per share, subsequent to the company distributing a dividend of 4 NOK per share. A little… Read more

  • Boule Diagnostics – Adding a MedTech-company to the portfolio

    October 1, 2019 by

    Initiated a position in Boule Diagnostics at 49.50 SEK on 1 October 2019. In this post you’ll find a short intro to the company and the reason why I added a MedTech company to my portfolio. About the company: Boule Diagnostics AB is a global diagnostics company that develops, manufactures and markets instruments and consumable… Read more

  • Eolus Vind – Nordic Wind Power developer

    September 25, 2019 by

    I bought my first shares on 25 January 2019 at 56.50 SEK per share. In this post you’ll find my investment thesis and the reason why I sold 25 % of my holdings in the company on 25 September 2019. Updated 16 October 2019: Sold an additional 25 % of my original holdings in Eolus… Read more

  • Dividend Income Update – September 2019

    September 21, 2019 by

    9 out of 12 months are over and it’s time to sum up the dividends for September. Last year the dividens for September ended on 312 NOK, while this year I recorded dividends of in total 1 340 NOK. I received the monthly dividend from TransAlta Renewables, quarterly dividend from Mowi and semi-annual dividends from… Read more

  • Do you know of all the hidden transaction costs?

    September 13, 2019 by

    Transaction costs are a frequent discussion point among retail investors and I will in this post explain some of the hidden transactions costs that most retail investors forget and why, as a dividend investor, it is important to keep costs at a minimum. The ordinary brokerage fee is easy to calculate and is often a… Read more

  • TransAlta Renewables – monthly dividend income machine

    September 12, 2019 by

    I increased my holdings in this monthly dividend paying company on 11 September 2019. TransAlta Renewables is a renewable energy infrastructure company headquartered in Calgary, Alberta and is traded in Canadian Dollars. TransAlta renewables is the renewable energy subsidiary of TransAlta Corporation. The parent company owns roughly 61% of TransAlta renewable’s stock. Majority of the company’s revenues… Read more

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