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Lean, Mean Dividend Machine

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 arĂ°ur. Call it what you like, but dividends is a foolproof way to make consistent, predictable returns in the market.


Blog posts:

  • Valmet Corporation – Out of the woods

    January 9, 2020 by

    I’ve been looking at the company for a while now and today I initiated a position in an industrial I argue has a conservative pricing. Summary: I find the current share price to be too conservative for this quality company and expect that the return in the coming year will come from multiples expansion (from… Read more

  • Dividend Income Update – December 2019

    December 17, 2019 by

    The final dividend in 2019 has been recorded and it is time to review the lean, mean, dividend machine for the year. December was the month this year with the lowest dividend received, and I only received the monthly dividend from Transalta Renewables. I did not receive a dividend in December last year, hence 2019… Read more

  • Visa Inc. – Future Dividend Aristocrat?

    December 2, 2019 by

    Not overlooked, nor undervalued. This is not a case for value investors, but a perfect match for dividend growth investors. I purchased my first shares in the company on 2 December 2019 for USD 184.15 per share. About the company: Visa, Inc. is a global payments technology company working to enable consumers, businesses, banks and… Read more

  • Dividend Income Update – November 2019

    November 29, 2019 by

    November has been a cold and rainy month and the dividends has poured into my account. This month has only been surpassed by April and May, which in the Nordic countries are the main period for capital distribution from listed companies, and I’ve recorded in total 2.397NOK from seven companies. Last year I received dividends… Read more

  • Kitron ASA – strong revenue growth and improving margins

    November 26, 2019 by

    Established in Arendal in 1962, Kitron has a long track record within the manufacturing of high-complexity, high-reliability electronic products. It is expanding its global presence with manufacturing facilities in Norway, Sweden, Lithuania, Germany, Poland, China and the U.S. Its customers outsource manufacturing of electronic circuit boards and related services to improve flexibility, cost efficiency, accuracy… Read more

  • Sparebank Vest – Selldown of Equity Capital Certificates

    November 26, 2019 by

    Sparebanken Vest is a Norwegian Savings Bank located on the west coast of Norway and is the third largest savings bank in Norway. It operates as an independent financial services group (not part of the Sparebank 1 – alliance) and it has a market cap of approximately NOK 6.4 billion and a strong focus on… Read more

  • Hemfosa – takeover bid

    November 16, 2019 by

    Updated 21 November 2019: Sold my shares at 117.4 SEK on the 21 November 2019. The price of SBB AB B-shares was trading at 23.5 SEK, implying a discount of ~6.5 % if I held my shares until the offer had gone through (beginning of January 2020). Even though a bid for one of my… 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

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