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Blogs and other influential resources

Blogs and other influential resources 

1. A Frugal Family's Journey -- Fantastic goals and an incredible focus. They share a lot of details even their mortgage.

2. Divhut -- I really enjoy this blog, especially the watch list

3. Dividend Diplomats -- An excellent overall blog especially their content on frugal living.

4. Engineering Dividends -- An experienced investor, with a nice portfolio. I relate because his roots are similar to mine. Someone that put away what they could early and built a nice nest.

5. My Dividend Dynasty -- An impressive portfolio and a nice story. Worth a follow.

6. Dividend Geek -- A blogger around my age with similar goals. Literally look at his 2016 dividends and it almost matches mine in 2017. I'm looking to buy a house in 2018, he just did it.

7. DivGro -- Love the watch list. The filters are helpful in narrowing down the list of potential buys.

8. Dividend Driven -- Lots of awesome things to look at here. If you want some inspiration the leaderboard will show you a look at what some people are bringing in each month. The stock board will show you what other investors are buying.

9. Dividend Hawk -- An impressive portfolio and good information about Dividend increases, etc.

10. Dividends and Hobbies -- Has a good track record of increasing Dividends the past three years.

11.  Dividend Life -- Interesting posts and analysis. 

12. Dividend Monkey -- Ambitious goals. Nice resource. 

13. Dividend Portfolio -- Just another real person pursuing a financial journey. Worth a visit.

14. Millennial Dividends -- Graduated in 2013 and already looking to retire. Can't knock the hustle.

15. Mustard Seed Money -- I really enjoy this blog. Great writing style and interesting topics.

16. Time In the Market -- Another 30 something guy like me searching for financial independence.

17. Osztalék Császár --A fellow dividend investor with a similar portfolio.


  1. Thank you very much for including DivHut on your list.

  2. Some of the best blogs out there as far as transparency goes. Thanks for the list of good blogs. Cheers

    1. Thanks for stopping by. I will add you to the list.

  3. Thank you for including me on this list of great blogs.
    Happy Investing,

  4. Thanks so much for the shout out. This is a great list of blogs!!!

  5. I just started a Net worth Blog, I would like you to check out my portfolio if you have the time.


    Any feedback would be appreciated

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    2. You have a very impressive portfolio. It looks like you've spend some time building it. I enjoy your writing style. Nice work. I think you will have quite a few followers if you keep posting. I will add you to my blogroll. You're a little braver than I am with how much you share about your net worth. But that is based on personal preference and comfort level.

  6. Hey there,

    I was poking around your site, reading your great content, and I saw you had a cool resources page here.

    Believe it or not, I actually have a blog on this exact subject. Check it out, lots of great stuff: https://investegies.co.

    What do you think about adding me to your list?

    Talk soon!


  7. Hey I would love to be added to your list!
    Great blog and I can't wait to see where your dividend income is in a few years!

    Check out my blog and let me know what you think!

  8. You have a nice portfolio and an interesting blog MD. I will add you to my list.

  9. Great list and appreciate your contribution to the investment community.

    I have included you in our list of recommended sites for dividend investing at https://valuestockguide.com/recommended-dividend-investing-sites/

    Dividends are a key consideration for us as value investors. May I request you to include https://valuestockguide.com in your list?

    Thank you and warm regards,
    Shailesh Kumar
    Value Stock Guide


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