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Today I'll cover the principle of purchasing earnings. This is how I personally approach a stock exchange crash. As investors, we can buy passive earnings utilizing dividend stocks and lock in cashflow for many years to come.


Introduction – 0:00
What is purchasing income? – 1:43
Reality example (SBUX) – 3:19
Emotional impacts of purchasing earnings – 7:52
Summary – 9:43
Outro – 12:13


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  1. I am realizing how much my point of view has changed watching your channel. So, thanks!
    . I’m ok with stock price going down because the businesses are solid and will probably keep paying the dividend.
    I think it’s too late to sell out now and wait. Interest rates up, war… very complicated, anyway.

    Why, I might even buy Disney! No dividend right now, but I expect there will be.

  2. Great advise. When my safer blue chip dividend payers drop, first thing that comes to mind is my drip is going to buy that many more shares and my compounding snowball is getting bigger that much faster 💪

  3. Fantastic video Brandon. Watched and liked, thanks. Loving my dividend / covered call stocks.

  4. Good vid, dude. I started taking profits half way through 2021. So, now I have a very nice pile of cash all ready to start putting back into the market when the dust finally settles.

  5. I still think that people can go 100% equity entirety of their life and be fine, just need to make sure that by the time you need the cash flow for the living expenses, all of your dividend payments are safe, secure, growing and beating the inflation and you should be good for the rest of your life

  6. I’ve got a roughly 70/30 Income/growth approach and currently have cash so I’m LOVING being able to avg down some of my income positions and getting a steal on some growth opportunities that I might have had to wait for normally. Can’t time the bottom so don’t try, just take a deal when you see one!

  7. great booster video Brandon!!! i already had this vision, but this is a great reminder NOT to forget the great climb of 2020 till now. this is not a huge drop in a 3 year span. lets look at it as a reset. but when will it end? we never know. well said

  8. I am one of those retired folks that market downs are tougher. But bonds have been horrible. Would love a video focussed on recommendations for fixed income options. GIC suck bonds suck so what should we be doing for short term cash needs. How do we invest allocation for a 2 year, 5 year and 10 year. So much content is targeted at young investor with lots of time. Would love some content that targets near retirement or in retirement

    1. Check out Peter Schiff for a macro prospective to give you a broad prospective of the market for someone who is older as yourself.

  9. I am continually impressed with the content of this channel. Videos like these really make me happy that I follow your channel. Thank you!

  10. Always thinking of the long term. I’m going to school soon, but I’m gonna do the best I can to put some money aside to keep investing!🥳🥳🙏

  11. Love the video as always! What I’m doing for this recession is I’m buying 100$ worth of stocks every day for the next few months, sort of a mix between value investing and dollar cost averaging 🙂

  12. There could be an argument made that Starbucks is still very overpriced at these levels. The Debt to Equity Ratio has been negative for the past few years, which could be interpreted as a problem to pay future dividends. Starbucks is a great franchise but as far as an investment you should look carefully at the debt. There are some interesting articles in the media that analyze the difficult position of Starbucks.

  13. Thank you, great attitude. Can you please record video about hedging that comes handy at times like now. For example using inverse ETFs.

  14. I’ve been expecting the drop for a while now, I thought it would’ve happened earlier in the year but it’s definitely a great opportunity to average down on some positions and maybe even add some that seemed overpriced.

  15. Totally right about mindset, it’s exciting to see this massive drop. That’s going to sound crazy to some, but tuning your brain differently around all this stuff is a necessity.

  16. Well put Brandon. In the case of things going down, for those who have plans to hold for 5+ years this temporary blip will likely be forgotten by then time we reach the designated time horizon. Trying to catch a bottom is near impossible so dollar cost averaging stocks and treating them like businesses that produce income is a great mindset to have.

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