Sam mentioned that he would be interested in an A to Z dividend investing course. If I were to create something like that, I would want it to be highly targeted, relevant, and applicable to your specific needs. So, I have two questions for you all:
Would you be interested in a dividend investing course?
If so, what specific questions, issues, etc. would you like to see a part of it?
Here were a few ideas that came to my mind:
How much do I need to save per month to end up with an estimated $X in dividend income within the next X number of years?
How do I value a dividend stock? Can you include spreadsheet templates?
How have dividend stocks performed in market crashes?
How do I control the urge to sell at the bottom of a market crash?
What types of investment accounts should I use (401k, Traditional IRA, Roth IRA, taxable account)? Which should be my highest priority?
Which brokerage company should I use?
How do I minimize the amount of time spent on my dividend portfolio?
How can I quickly and easily find new dividend stock ideas?
Should I invest in dividend stocks or dividend ETFs? Or both?
How should I think about higher income sectors (like Utilities and REITs)?
Should I own bonds and, if so, what should my allocation be?
What role do bonds play in a portfolio?
What is a sustainable withdrawal rate in retirement or early financial freedom?
How do I research a good ETF?
How many stocks should I own?
How diversified should I be across all sectors?
What are some financial ratios that I should pay attention to?
Should I invest a lump sum of money or dollar cost average over time?
How do I know if it’s a good time to invest or not?
Should I rebalance my portfolio and, if so, how often?
What are some investing mistakes and how to avoid them?
Is there a dividend checklist I can follow before making investment decisions?
How do I put all of this together into a useful framework?
What data sources and research providers should I get, if any?
How do you analyze ETFs and mutual funds?
Should you invest in ETFs or individual stocks? Who is right for what?
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