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Dividend Stocks, Free Lunch Experiment #8

Dividend Stocks, Lunch Experiment Update: This month, long with the Stock market overall (the DOW is above 12,000 again… hooray), I gained in both EVEP and CIM!  The stock ANH didn’t move staying the same price.  If I could, I would like to get rid of ANH and buy something more conservative.  So far, I’ve been impressed… Continue Reading

Dividend Stocks, Free Lunch Experiment #7

Dividend Stocks, Lunch Experiment Update: This month, capital appreciation in the value of the stocks in the experiment has overall risen because of EV Energy (EVEP).  Ironically, EVEP is also the stock that I bought the least amount of.  Surprisingly, the market value of EV Energy has just surpassed the market value of ANH.  This… Continue Reading

Dividend Stocks, Free Lunch Experiment #6

Well, it’s time for another update!  The dividend payout rates have not changed and the overall appreciation of the stocks has raised! The Free Lunch Experiment, which invests in dividend stocks, is my first true experiment here at MoneyReasons.com and was started with the article called: “Paying An Adult Allowance, A Lunch Experiment”. In a… Continue Reading

Dividend Stocks, Lunch Experiment Update #5

Not much has happened since my last Dividend Stocks, Lunch Experiment #4 update, at least from a dividend yield perspective! For a background on how I’m going this experiment and why it’s free, click this article: A Lunch Experminent Actually the weekly dividend amount I get for lunch dropped a bit because ANH dropped their dividend payout amount,… Continue Reading