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It's been quiet on this blog for the past couple of weeks, and the dividend report of June is actually twelve days late. Why? It's vacation time! But while I've been away, my portfolio has been at work as usual.
I bought my first preference shares the other day. An equity type not very popular in the dividend growth community, with a very well reasoning due to the fact that the dividends typically don't grow. But I thought I should give it a try.
May has been one long party. The weather here up north has been superb, and the dividends pile up. Most of the annual-paying stocks in the Nordic market pay out their dividend this month, providing my portfolio with dividends in the four-figures!
It's been over a year since I shifted my investment strategy towards a more long-term goal. I used to chase hot stocks, but are now much more comfortable aiming for a stable growth. So I thought it's time to revisit what I want to achieve with this strategy.
This month has been more hectic than usual. My TODO list is a nightmare, and I've had trouble with my work-life balance. But there are also positive things happening. The weather is finally getting more warmer here up north, and my portfolio shows a three digit year-over-year growth!