I am relatively new to dividend investing. I started serious dividend investing in 2015. At the moment my dividend income is painfully low (as compared to my age). I hope to grow it over time. My dividends stale in comparison to some of the dividend stalwarts. If you are relatively new to dividend investing please look me. I would like to share ideas and have friendly challenges.

2019 Goals
--- Generate $3,000.0 in (taxable) forward dividends
--- Generate $800.0 in (taxable) dividends in a single quarter
--- Generate $750.00 in side hustle income
--- Financial Independence: 14.705%

2018 Goals
--- Generate $1,500.0 in forward dividends
--- Make two additional mortgage payments
--- Generate $400.0 in dividends in a single quarter
--- Generate 4,160 vitality points
--- Be Financially Independent (FI) by 01/2032
--- 2018 Year end review

2017 Goals
--- Generate $500.0 in forward dividends(Achieved: 09/2017)
--- Buy house(Achieved: 06/2017)
--- Generate $750.0 in forward dividends (Achieved: 12/2017)
--- Generate $200.0 in dividends in a single quarter (Achieved: 12/2017)
--- Generate 4,160 vitality points (2,625 points, 63.10%)
--- 2017 Year end review


  1. How much do you need to become financially independent?

    1. It's a long story. I might add a quick article on my version of FI. That being said as of now it is 30x my current expenses. That is my FI target.

  2. It is related to our all dreams of life like purchase home, cars, higher education of child which can be fulfill from money.We have to do a proper planning and follow with proper discipline which is called Financial Planning. You can built your plan with the help of Investment Service in Patna online resources.

  3. Hi

    about the FI goal, It depend of the inflation and of the stock market crashes. IF But overall market usually makes comeback after 8 years if a crash occurs.

    Hope for the best

    Greeting from Swedendivin.