Latest Monevator Posts

How to improve your sustainable withdrawal rate

You can raise your sustainable withdrawal rate by improving your withdrawal plan.

Weekend reading: People forget that people forget

People prefer to be dramatic over being right, plus the rest of the week's good reads...

Debate: Should you count your own home in your net worth ‘number’?

Is your house an asset that you can count towards your freedom fund financial status – or should you put your own home to one side?

How to get a 14% return from RateSetter

Good news! RateSetter has brought back its £100 bonus for investors who put away just £1,000 for a year. To get the bonus, follow my links to RateSetter in this article. I will also be paid a bonus by RateSetter if you sign up via one of these ‘refer a friend’ links to claim your […]

Weekend reading: There’s no silver bullet to finish off Brexit

The Nightmare on Acacia Avenue that is Brexit, plus the rest of the week's good reads...

What is a sustainable withdrawal rate for a world portfolio?

Craft your own sustainable withdrawal rate using the layer cake approach.

Dividend Growth Investor

Ten Dividend Growth Stocks For April 2019

I launched my premium Dividend Growth Investor newsletter in July 2018 with the main goal of educating individual investors and empowering them to learn how to achieve their goals. I use the experience accumulated in my own investing over the past decade and a half, as a guideline for my newsletter. I discuss the process to identify and research individual companies, in order to come up with ten...

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Ten Dividend Geese Laying Golden Eggs for Investors

As part of my monitoring process, I review the list of dividend increases every week. I use this exercise to review dividend increases for companies I own. I also use this exercise to observe dividend companies in action, and potentially uncover dividend gems for further research. I usually focus my attention on companies that have managed to boost distributions for at least a decade. I then...

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How to improve your investing over time

As dividend investors, we focus on identifying and selecting the companies to include in our divided portfolios. The ultimate goal is achieving our stated dividend income objectives. As a result, a lot of effort is put into the company research department. I believe that this is all great. In my investing, I have found that this is very helpful. I have found however that I want to improve over...

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Money Bulldog

How Do You Feel About 40 Year Mortgages?

After the financial crash of 2008, first time buyers would have been hoping the time had finally come when they could afford to get on the housing ladder. Sure enough, house prices did fall in this time, but not for long. As they started to plummet and credit dried up, interest rates were lowered to

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How to Make the Most of Your ISA Allowance

Many people know that they have an annual ISA allowance, but how can you get the most out of it? Here are 5 simple ways to get the most out of your ISA allowance for the new tax year and those to come. Save Early in the Tax Year To get the most benefit from

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Kuflink Review

In this Kuflink review we take a closer look at this peer to peer lending platform, to give you the important information you need to know BEFORE you invest! We’ll look at the different types of account Kuflink* offer and the requirements for investing in each – these being the Select-Invest, Auto-Invest and IFISA accounts.

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