Commonwealth Edison was the first stock I bought back in the mid 1970’s. Furthermore, I used my lawn mowing and paper route money to make the purchase. Commonwealth Edison is now a division of Exelon (EXC) and, part of the U.S. utility sector. I no longer hold a position in EXC, but I guess you never forget your first date. Most noteworthy, I no longer deliver papers or mow lawns (except my own). [Read more…] about U.S. Utility Sector: Should You Invest Now?
Dominion Energy Dividend
Energy is an essential service to power our homes, businesses and lives. Let’s take a look at Dominion Energy (D) from a dividend stock analysis perspective.
Dominion is one of the largest producers and transporters of electricity and natural gas in the United States utility sector. They also operate one of the largest natural gas storage systems. [Read more…] about The Lights Are On And Someone Is Home
Now that’s a pretty deep question for a personal finance blog isn’t it? I think it is a pretty important question, however, as you proceed along your journey to financial independence. Why so? Because living within your means, saving, investing and creating a passive income stream is hard work. It takes discipline. Having an overarching goal or set of objectives that you are trying to achieve helps you stay focused and committed to a personal finance plan. [Read more…] about What do you want to do with your life?
Hi. I’m glad you found your way here to Dividends Diversify. I’m Tom and this is my blog. You are reading my first post on personal finance. Welcome…
On a recent Sunday morning my wife and I went to a movie called The Glass Castle starring Brie Larsen and Woody Harrelson. I like matinee showings since a night at the movies can be pretty expensive. Our matinee tickets cost only $4.75 each. We also packed a lunch and ate it in a beautiful park after the show was over. A little more on all that later, let’s get back to the movie. [Read more…] about The Iron Castle