Archives: Quantigence Living

Why We Love Foreign Earned Income Exclusion

If you’re a new reader, you’ll want to start here and get an idea of who we are and what our motivations are behind building our Quantigence DGI Portfolio. Sure, we wanted to develop an objective way to construct a dividend growth investing (DGI) portfolio and share it with other DGI investors but what really • Read More »

How’s Our Cash Position Looking?

After producing the July portfolio update a few days ago, we came away from the exercise with mixed feelings. Our plan to invest around $9,000 USD per month for the next 24 months is great and all but we don’t like the market today. The S&P is hitting all-time highs now and it seems like the • Read More »

We Get 30 Raises a Year

When you work in a typical corporation, things suck. Human resources is always sending out emails reminding you to fill out whatever lame performance review forms they’ve decided to impose on you and your team. Compliance is always warning you not to trade stocks. Legal is always telling you not to throw away important papers. “Talent • Read More »

How Do We Save So Much Money?

As a beginner to investing, what you soon realize is that you have to have money to make money. Let’s say you have $10,000 to invest, which means you probably have more cash on hand than 90% of Americans. If you managed to pick the right stock and double your money, you’ll have just $20,000. • Read More »

6 Ways to Save Money During Business Trips

Let’s be clear about one thing here. When you work for a company that gives you eff-all for a raise, year over year, while that same company has nearly tripled in size, you don’t exactly feel incented to save them money. That’s not what this article is about. It’s about how we can save you money • Read More »

Who is Quantigence?

Hello gentle readers. My name is Joe P and I am the founder of Quantigence. The first thing you will notice is that I don’t disclose my full name. There are a few reasons for that. Firstly, I am presently employed as an officer at a financial services firm and it is best that I • Read More »