I must admit I agree with Martin Armstrong here. I do not have money because I worked; I have money because I invested some of what I earned in companies. This is why I am able to live off my income (which is mostly all dividends).
I started off my buying Canadian Savings Bonds on a monthly basis and when I cashed my bonds in in November, I had enough money to buy some stock. These bonds were cashable in November each year. I was lucky because November turned out to be a very good month to buy stocks.
Earlier this week, I wrote about starting out with Mutual Funds .
On my other blog I wrote yesterday about Mullen Group Ltd (TSX-MTL, OTC-MLLGF)... learn more. Next, I will write about Pizza Pizza Royalty Corp (TSX-PZA, OTC-PZRIF)... learn more on Friday, May 18, 2018 around 5 pm.
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