Hey there, I’m Cara!

And I don’t know about you, but I love earning passive income each month! Technically I’ve been a DIY dividend investor since I was 5, made my first dividend stocks purchases at 18, and started in earnest building dividend portfolios in 2017. Long term monthly dividend income as a DIY investor is my goal.

Those long work hours and commutes take their toll on us, especially as we reach 40. Instead of continuing to fight an uphill battle, start earning additional passive income. I realized I lost track of my active investing path years ago. Everything else took priority. The good news is it’s possible to get back in the driver’s seat of your future with a few simple changes.

Setting up an investment portfolio is both exciting and scary at the same time. The more time you spend researching stocks you realize how important it is to have simple systems in place to plan your portfolio and track your progress so you can crush your goals.

Investing for dividend income is a constant learning experience. I’ve had a combination of successes and missteps. The key in both is learning from what works (why it worked) and what didn’t work. None of us have working crystal balls, so we can’t accurately predict the future, and if 2020 taught us anything we can’t predict a black swan event either.

But we can proceed with our eyes wide open and make smarter decisions on what has the potential to work. Part of building your portfolio will be intentionally deciding what you’ll buy.

Here at Fresh Dividend learn the key tips you need to create your own portfolio and put yourself on the path towards monthly passive income. Stock recommendations can change day over day, so we focus on tools to support your process. I focus on showing you a simple roadmap to setting your dividend goals and how to get there. Let’s cut through the noise and create income goals you know you can achieve.

Are you ready to get started?

You’ll need to save money in order to invest. Do you have your finances in order? Do you have an investing strategy beyond your 401K? If budgeting isn’t your thing, you still need a way to pay your bills and save money without stress.

Don’t feel overwhelmed to the point of not getting started. Feel free to drop me a note to say hi. I look forward to hearing from you!

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