I started buying equities back in early 2010 as I decided to start living well below my means and take every penny of excess capital and invest that money in high-quality dividend growth stocks. This journey has served me well thus far, but to be honest I’d be happier if the market hadn’t run up so much in the last few years. Cheaper stocks means my limited capital goes further, and with it the future dividend income I’m buying with today’s dollars would be larger. But wishing for events that have not come to pass won’t get me anywhere; I try to take any situation and make the best out of it.
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