Author Archives: Buy - Hold - Long

June 2019 Net Worth (+5.40%)

Dividends Received June 2018 – $0.00Dividends Received June 2019 – $6.37 Passive Income Made Earned:Adsense (Website) – $12.77AdMob (Apps) – $3.98Dividends – $6.37Etsy – $20.87 TOTAL – $43.99 Net Worth at an all time high now. Thanks to the markets and a little bit invested wow. This was my goal for the end of the… Read More »

Passive Income Via Etsy – Part 1

Hi guys, another video. I wanted to create a small series of videos about passive income. This will be Part 1 of setting up your Etsy Account and how to do some quick research into what to sell. Take a look and let me know. Oh yea and be sure to SUBSCRIBE!

Business Update – Growth-a-plenty

This is a little different than what I usually post. Unfortunately, I can’t include exact figures as it is confidential information. But what I can do is use percent figures and you can figure out the rest! In Australia our tax year is starting July and ending last day of June. Therefore, we are coming… Read More »

Investing For The Future – 3 Types of Investments I’m Holding For 50 Years

Another video on 3 defensive type stocks that I plan to hold for 50 years plus. Those three types of stocks are directly related to agriculture, water and housing/real estate. I believe these will stand the test of time and will continue to be of significant importance in our modern day world. Let me know… Read More »

May 2019 Net Worth (+1.53%)

Dividends paid in May 2018 – $23.39Dividends paid in May 2019 – $56.23Increase of 140.4% let’s keep that rate up! Assets increased but so did Liabilities. Overall an increase of 1.5% is nice. I wouldn’t expect next month to be so good. We have paid off our lay-by recently and purchased more things for baby… Read More »

April 2019 Net Worth (+3.42%)

Well, I finally get one weekend home without doctors appointments, birthdays or other obligations… and I get sick! Fantastic! Dividends paid were up to $231.21 which is a 10.75% increase over last year! Net worth increased over the month, thanks to a decent market and paying off the home loan. No surprises. I was actually… Read More »