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Tuesday, February 9, 2010

About my passive income: dividend earnings and making money online

Those last couple of days had been quite good. I am looking forward to write more articles on HubPages. I find it quite relaxing to write on HubPages. My latest article is about Chloé Sainte-Marie and her latest album in Innu native language. I plan to publish other articles on HubPages in the upcoming days. I have tones of ideas for articles. I might me able to reach the 100 articles on HubPages really soon since I lost one of my job recently and have a lot more times on my hands. While trying to make money on HubPages, I can still rely on my dividend income.

And the month of February is going to be very great for our dividend income! We are currently waiting for the following:

Pengrowth Energy Trust (PGF.UN), 7 cents per unit: 7.42$
Enbridge Income Fund (ENF.UN), 9.6 cents per unit: 28.99$
Bell Aliant Regional Communications Income Fund (BA.UN), 24.17 cents per unit:
Pembina Pipeline Income Fund (PIF.UN), 13 cents per unit:
Yellow Pages Income Fund (YLO.UN), 6.67 cents per unit:
Just Energy Income Fund (JE.UN), 10.333 cent per unit: 43.30$
Davis + Henderson Income Fund (DHF.UN), 15.33 cents per unit: 15.33$

For a total of 200.22$!

Ok, 200.22$ is not a fortune, but its money I made by doing nothing at all and I am pretty proud of it! This is actually my own definition of passive income: money earn by doing nothing at all. But HubPages income won’t enter in this category, because I really work hard on those articles! Actually, among the way, I find out that it’s easier to make money out of dividend than making money online. At least this is the reality for me.

When it comes to make money online, I am not very successful. But I saw my online income growing while using HubPages previously this summer. So I truly recommend HubPages to anyone who is willing to make money online on their free time. Let’s say that for now, when it comes to dividend income and online income; I am on a getting-rich-slowly scheme.


James Harris said...

I am interested to know why you are investing your non-registered investments different from the registered stuff. I like most of your dividend stocks except for a few but then I look at all the mutual funds you hold in your non registered and wonder why you don't invest the same way with them. Have you ever figured out what the mer's are on all them funds. I believe you should sell all mutuals and invest for income in the future through dividend stocks. Good luck in your investing

Sunny said...

Hi James, I had been investing since 2005. Back in the time, I start investing for my RRSP. I start investing in GIC, mutual funds and other. I only begin to invest in stocks in 2008. My portfolio is an accumulation of investment overtime. Since 2008, I mostly invest in stocks to make some money out of dividend. But also invested in some mutual funds that I taught where goods. I change my way since 2005 but my investment remains there. But I like to have a big mix of everyhing. I am not an expert, I just like to be all over the place. I am feeling more secure that way. Thanks for visiting.


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