Dividend Investing – Explained! (Part II)

Welcome to Part II of our dividend investing series. If you missed part I, you can check it out here. Let’s continue… How Do Payments Work – Real Life Example Using a real-life example, let’s go with a company like Home Depot (NYSE: HD) which currently pays an annual dividend yield* of 2.43% which translates to […]

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Dividend Investing – Explained! (Part I)

One of the most frequently asked questions from our community and a topic I love talking about (and participating in!) is dividend investing.  In this post, I’ll explain the basics of what dividends are all about. As always, I’ll also share a real-life example! For those of you completely new at this, and looking to […]

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What is a REVERSE Stock Split?

Let me start with this: Regular stock splits are typically a good sign. It means that the stock price for a particular company has gone up way too much. So, the board of directors decides it might be a good idea to “split” the stock price to make it more accessible for new investors. I […]

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Are Airlines Stocks Worth The Investment?

Airline stocks had a rough week. Some members of the Girl$ on The Money Instagram family that recently invested in airlines reached out to me with this question: “I invested in airline stocks recently. Unfortunately, I witnessed the price of all these stocks decline notably this past week. What happened? Did I make a mistake […]

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Free Resources for Investing Beginners

Hey, everyone! I’ve been wanting to write a post for quite some time where I share all of the free resources we offer here at Girl$ on The Money. This is for those of you just getting started in your investing journey. And here we go.. Our Weekly Investing Newsletters These are sent out every […]

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What I Read: April 2020

Hey, everyone! April came and went, and I forgot to share what I’ve been reading. To give a little bit of a backstory: Back in January of 2019, I gave myself to challenge of reading at least one book per month. I actually enjoyed that so much (and crushed my goal last year) that I […]

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Should I stop contributing to my investments?

Hello, everyone! The investing question(s) of the week goes as follows: “Should I reduce or stop contributions to my 401(K) at the present time considering the uncertainty in the stock market and the economy?” -And- “Should I stop adding money to my investment accounts until things are back to “normal”?” I received these questions from […]

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What I look into When Selecting Stocks

I often receive a lot of questions about “what stocks to invest in.” Personally, instead of telling people what to do, I prefer TEACHING them how to do it. In this post, I’d like to elaborate more on how I personally approach stock investing. I’ll go over some of the core strategies that have worked for […]

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What I am Reading: March 2020

Hey, everyone! I almost forgot to share the book of the month. Here’s what I’ve been reading: How To Stop Worrying and Start Living By: Dale Carnegie I am actually almost done. It’s been a great book. Here’s the irony/back story behind this: I came across the title of this book for the first time […]

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