How to Set and Achieve Dividend Retirement Goals

This is a guest contribution by Ben Reynolds at Sure Dividend.  Sure Dividend uses The 8 Rules of Dividend Investing to find high-quality dividend growth stocks suitable for long-term holding. If you’d like to contribute a guest post to The Dividend Ninja, check out our Guest Posting Guidelines. The ‘holy grail’ of a dividend investing is when dividend income exceeds your monthly expenses.  At this point, you are completely financially free.  You can retire (if you choose) on your own ...

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KaratGold Coin (KBC) Is Making Gold Spendable Online

Although gold is, and always will be, useful, it’s an asset that has failed to make any meaningful transition to the digital world. A natural element, gold grows in the ground and is only extricated with mines through great physical effort. It’s purified into a high-quality formand developed into products and as a material in various technologies. For personal investors, it’s stored in vaults and deposit boxes. And where it used to be a de facto money for people all around the world, today ...

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How to Make Your Retirement Portfolio Inflation Proof

The following is a guest post. If you’d like to guest post on the Dividend Ninja, be sure to check out our Guest Posting Guidelines. To hear the talking heads tell it, there’s no inflation out there. And with the price of oil (and therefore gasoline) in a tailspin, inflation looks like the last thing anyone should be worried about. But long-term numbers tell a very different story. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Inflation Calculator, prices have roughly doubled in the last 25 ...

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Why Should I Invest in Bonds? 3 Reasons Investors Are Spooked

These days, bonds are getting a bad name. But, that shouldn’t be the case. You should invest in bonds. Stock markets are off to a tremendous start, dividend stocks are outperforming, and not surprisingly investors are losing their confidence in government issued bonds. There are three main reasons why investors are spooked with bonds. First and foremost, are the sovereign debt woes in Europe and the antics of the U.S. government to raise the debt ceiling, which sent ripples around world markets ...

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