Dividends4Life: Spring Cleaning My Dividend Portfolio

Spring Cleaning My Dividend Portfolio

Posted by D4L | Sunday, April 22, 2012 | | 0 comments »

I conduct formal Portfolio Reviews of my public Dividend Growth Portfolio (DGP) twice per year, in April and October. The DGP contains real money and actual stocks, and it illustrates real decisions made in real time. Its purpose is to demonstrate how one person (me) executes strategies and tactics of dividend growth investing. You can see my successes and mistakes, form judgments on whether stuff make sense or not, and comment on whatever you think will help me or the dividend growth community.

The discipline of semi-annual formal Portfolio Reviews is designed to force me to think about the portfolio strategically, as well as to make decisions about each stock and take appropriate actions. The formal reviews are part of a buy-and-monitor habit that helps avoid the pitfalls of a passive buy-and-forget approach.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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