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Weekend Reading #2

One of the great joys of the Internet is being able to connect with and learn from other people from around the world.

Much of my dividend growth investing strategy has been influenced by reading other bloggers and authors and then taking what I’ve learned to create my own plan for investing success. Reading what others have to say keeps me informed and entertains.

Below are a few of the articles I have been and will be reading through this weekend.


Portfolio Thoughts (May 2018)

Engineering Dividends

I’ll be taking a look to see what sort of activity is going on over at the ED site. I’ve been building a sizeable cash position and would like to put some of it to work; I’m hoping to generate some ideas from reading this post.

FIRE. RIP. 2014-2018


I’ve been reading Tawcan over the past few years but haven’t read much from him this year. The FIRE acronym means Financially Independent Retire Early and so I’ll be taking the time to read through this post with a compelling title. It sounds like he may have achieved his goal, but we shall see.

Why We Broke Down And Bought A Used Truck


I bought my truck brand new in August 2012. It will be paid off two months from now and so this is a timely post. While I plan to continue driving what I have (a Chevy Silverado), it will be interesting to see how the crew at Frugalwoods went about (and thought about) purchasing their truck.

Thank you for reading and I hope you find some value from this weekend reading list!


What are you planning to read through this weekend?

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