RIPE FOR INVESTING

My Investing Journey with Passive Income and Stock Market investing

I just passed $300 in PASSIVE INCOME!

I just passed one of my milestones, breaking $300 in PASSIVE INCOME.

Here is my breakdown of how I did it

1)Patreon $114.96

Patreon continues to be my outperformer, I love this site.

2)Google Adsense $3.04

3)Teachable $58.62

Teachable is where I sell my Digital Music Teaching videos for download and sale.

4)Skillshare $26.85

Not a bad month for skillshare, I generally average around $20 a month from my online music course on the site.

5)Stock Dividends $117.05; Now this is my complete TOTAL of dividends which includes my Roth IRA, Traditional IRA, and Brokerage account. Not all of these dividends can or should be withdrawn today.

6)Digital Products $15.03

This is from sheet music sales. I only sold a few this month.

7)Amazon Affiliate $2.81

This gave me a total of $338.36 in passive income with a total of $239.47 that I could potentially take out as income today.

Lastly, I’d like to end by stating I’m now officially monetized on my youtube music channel so that will add somewhere around 30-40 dollars to my passive income as well next month. Good things coming down the pipe!

Top Growth Stock picks for 2020

I’ll first give you the list and then some data about why I like these companies. However, I’ll preface it by saying I own all of them but two.

  • FORTINET
  • NETFLIX
  • MIMECASE
  • TYLER TECHNOLOGIES
  • IDEXX
  • CHEWY
  • GENPACT
  • FACEBOOK

The chart above provides a summary of SOME of the data I look at when evaluating GROWTH STOCKS. Things like EPS growth, both on a quarterly and yearly basis. Predicted EPS growth and Cash Flow Growth rates are some other things I make sure to look at. Lastly, Return on Equity and REVENUE trends.


SO HERE ARE THE STOCKS

First, let’s look at FORTINET. Fortinet is a Cyber Security stock that isn’t too exposed to the COVID-19 area.

Quarter to Quarter EPS growth of 76.47%, A 5 yr cash flow growth rate of 52.4%, 22.07% Revenue growth Q to Q and lastly a 35.56% Return on Equity. FORTINET is an extremely well managed company, has very little debt on their books, and is a CASH FLOW KING.


MIME: Mimecast is an EMAIL SECURITY company. They do a lot of work with Microsoft products. 29.2% Year to Year EPS growth and a 21.57% 5 year Cash Flow Growth Rate. This stock has an even higher EPS growth rate year over year than Fortinet. In addition, it beats it out in the Revenue growth department. Another thing you can’t see in this chart is that the companies MARGINS are increasing, which is a good sign as well.


NETFLIX-What can I say, Netflix is one of my all-time favorite stocks; I am up over 60% in this stock. The main reason I started investing in Netflix was because I saw that the Cash Flow growth rate was incredible. Over five years it has increased its CF growth rate 44%. INCREDIBLE! You can also see from the chart above that NFLX is putting up some HUGE growth numbers, over 100% Quarter to Quarter. Return on Equity is fantastic, so the company is managing itself well and revenues continue to increase. I believe Netflix is positioned well during COVID-19. I simply hope they are able to film more and more movies without too much interruption. Lastly, I believe NFLX has shown that its competitors are no match for it, DIS didn’t take its market share (for many obvious reasons).


FACEBOOK-I no longer own FB, I swing trade it from time to time. At the same time, it’s hard to deny that its book look wonderful. Just look at the Cash Flow and Revenues, not to mention the great EPS growth rate quarter to quarter. Once again, I think Facebook is one of those stocks you can count on to get you through COVID-19 unscathed. Despite a recent mix up with large companies that no longer want to use the company for advertisement, I believe FB is going to be okay without them. FB has a HUGE number of advertisers, it’s a place they need to be.


GENPACT-Genpact is more of a slow grower, not a 100% growth stock. It’s been around for a long time and is a very diversified company. Its primary business of course is analytics. 41.94 EPS growth Q2Q is pretty incredible for a company with this history. 23% projected growth next year is another reason I put this on my growth stock list. At these prices, I believe the company is seriously undervalued. I’m currently buying more of this stock.


IDEXX-Idexx is involved in the vetinary product business. Between this and Chewy, you could be on the start to a PET ETF :). Once again, you can see that this one has some slower EPS and revenue growth numbers than many of the others. However, a hefty 21% projected growth for next year. I think this will be a fine company to own in the future. Disclaimer-I do not own this one, at the moment I find the valuation to be just a bit high.


TYLER TECHNOLOGIES-This is another one that is more of a slower grower. It’s revenues have slowed and is only projected to grow 8.52% next year. At the same time, I feel the company has a nice moat. 68% increase in EPS quarter over quarter, so maybe it can keep that going and beat expectations with its growth


CHEWY-Chewy is one of my favorite stocks right now, our little cats love this company. With COVID-19 still running rampart, I think ordering pet supplies through the mail is here to stay. I do have some concerns with the company, the main one being how many shares it’s employees are being reimbursed with. However, look at the gigantic REVENUE growth on this one quarter to quarter…..46%! Analysts are projecting a 57% increase in earnings next year as well. I believe the future looks bright for Chewy. I unfortunately only own a very small portion (1% of my portfolio) so I plan on upping my game in this one before the year is over.

HERE IS THE YOUTUBE VIDEO AS ALWAYS:

JUNE PASSIVE INCOME & MY PORTFOLIO

HERE IS MY JUNE BREAKDOWN

  • Adsense $4.96
  • Amazon Affiliate $2.82
  • Skillshare $9.21
  • Digital Products $24.50
  • Patreon $76.81 (Before Taxes)
  • Teachable $9.21
  • Dividends $12.33
  • Dividends in retirement accounts $101.21
  • Swing trading $37.06

TOTAL PASSIVE INCOME (NOT COUNTING RETIREMENT) $197.35

TOTAL PASSIVE COUNTING RETIREMENT DIVIDENDS $298.56

Some notable improvements, last month I had ZERO Digital Products and Amazon Affiliate income. So even though they are small amounts, it is a positive movement. Patreon, like last month, continues to be the outperforming. My swing trades for the month include ROKU and FACEBOOK, both over an 8% return.


My DIVIDEND BREAKDOWN:

Putnam Municipal Income CEF (PMM) $.26

Marten Transport $0.20

Genpact $1.46

HOFT $10.40

In my Traditional IRA:

IEF $.61

SWK $11.04

Kforce $2.20

Cash $0.01


MY PORTFOLIO

The MAIN thing I’m doing is contributing more and more into ITOT (A total market ETF). I am also selling small portions of VALUE/DIVIDEND stocks like Westrock, Medical Properties Trust, and American Eagle Outfitters.

I want to increase my positions in growth stocks like Chewy, Fortinet, Akamai, and Marten Transportation.

I’m also buying small portions of the gold ETF, IAU. I think Gold still has a little bit more to run before another pullback.

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