Trading 212 offers three types of accounts: CFD, Invest, and ISA. The latter two are what I use and recommend everyone else rely on, whilst CFD is where you can lose (or gain) large sums of money. But Invest and ISA are pretty similar, so which should you choose to use?
It’s time for another quick update to the spreadsheet tracker. I’ve added more charts, because everyone loves to see data visualised. The goal with this tracker and dividend investing is to improve your life. A great way of aiding this is to have you spend as less time as possible gazing at this spreadsheet.
The dividend tracker is pretty good, but it’s not perfect. You may have spotted a version number on the data tab, which denotes which version of the tracking spreadsheet you’re rocking. I’ve made some substantial changes to the tracker, which allows us to move to version 0.3. Pretty awesome, right?
Investing can be just as rewarding, if not more so, than your typical run-of-the-mill savings plan. For saving in general, it’s usually advised to put aside between 10 to 15% of your monthly income. Should you bring in £2,000 each month, it’s a good idea to at least save £200 of that paycheque.
Looking for a solid dividend stock to invest in? I’ve got you covered with some metrics you should bear in mind. It’s important you look at companies you like the look of, not just in terms of numbers, but the product/service and stance on topics sensitive to you.
The dividend tracker I use on a daily basis was created from scratch, using the excellent spreadsheet from Investment Moats as inspiration. Whether you have a single portfolio or a few spread across different brokerages, this tracker will aid you in keeping everything logged with the ability to dive in and check out some graphs.
The majority of companies publicly traded lost value over recent months, largely down to the COVID-19 outbreak. 2020 has been considered by many to be a write-off, but that couldn’t be further from the truth when it comes to certain stocks. Realty Income is one of these, and here’s why I’m continuing to add more to my portfolio.
It’s been a good few years since I ran a blog having dedicated much of my written hours to my day job. 2020 seems like an odd year to return to this way of publishing thoughts, but it’s a great opportunity with more people getting online and looking at ways to make money and live a better life.
Debt isn’t fun. No one wants to owe money to anyone, but more people today find themselves parting with large sums of their monthly paycheck to clear debts. Looking at how much money you owe may appear daunting, especially if it won’t be cleared until a few years, but there’s an easy method to get a grip on debt.
Dividend investing is a particular stock trading strategy, which essentially focuses on investing in companies and make your money work for you. Instead of attempting to time the market and make a quick buck in the short term, dividend investing is all about the long game. This strategy requires you to pick and choose stocks that pay out cash to shareholders on a regular basis for reinvestment. It’s how I go about making money and I’m going to show you why you should consider it too.