• Jack Gsantner: Dividend Millionaire

    The dividend millionaires mentioned on the site usually fit a certain profile. That is to say, long-lived, frugal to the point of obsession, and typically childless. Indeed, their eccentricities often explain what drives them to accumulate all that wealth in the first place. Without them, we probably never hear their stories.

  • Russ Gremel: More Dividend Millionaires

    The “dividend millionaire” stories are by far the most popular type of content on the site. Month after month it seems to rank number one in the list of search engine terms that bring folks here. The prospect of earning tens of thousands of dollars a month in passive income is obviously a big draw! […]

  • Black Enterprise’s 1992 Consumer Stock Picks

    Buried way down on page 102 of the December 1992 edition of Black Enterprise magazine is an article titled The Power Of Investing In What You Know. It starts by listing some of the greatest consumer products of the past century – think Coca-Cola Classic, Heinz Ketchup and Kellogg’s Corn Flakes – before discussing the merits of […]

  • The Story Of Agnes Plumb

    A little library of dividend millionaire case studies is starting to build up on the site. The ones I find most interesting cover folks from the lower and middle-income brackets – the likes of Margaret Dickson, Paul Navone, Ronald Read and Anne Scheiber. The latest one – the story of Agnes Plumb – is slightly different, […]

  • Anne Scheiber: Another Dividend Millionaire

    Occasionally I pull up the web traffic data for the blog to see which search terms are leading people here. It turns out that a bunch of you stumble onto the blog each month looking for “dividend millionaires”. Now, I confess I don’t know exactly what a dividend millionaire is, though it sounds pretty cool. Anyway, searching for […]