Hi, I’m Nathan.
Welcome to Dividend Growth Machine.
If you’re reading this page, then you apparently want to know something about me.
You already know my first name. My last name is Winklepleck. There will be a spelling test at the end. So pay attention.
You also may wonder if I know what I’m talking about with all this investing stuff. That’s debatable. But I do have some fancy credentials that suggest I either (a) know what I’m talking about or (b) am good at taking tests. Probably the latter.
Anyways, I graduated from the University of Evansville with a degree in Economics and Finance. If you don’t know where Evansville is, it’s in southwest Indiana. Almost Kentucky. And also almost Illinois.
From 2014 to 2017, I studied 6 months straight for three massively grueling tests about investing. It was fun. And I mean “fun” as in “not at all fun”. But hey, now I get to put “CFA” after my name. That’s not to be confused with the “Cat Fanciers Association” – which I am not a part of.
My wife and I now live in Indianapolis with our two kiddos.
When I’m not hanging out with my awesome family, I help people make better financial decisions and manage their investment portfolios. I also try to help them save on taxes and make sure they don’t run out of money in retirement. It’s a blast. I love working with clients and helping people use their money to live better lives.
But that’s enough about me. This blog wasn’t made for me. It was made for you.
If you’re here because you read my book, thank you for reading. I hope this site will be a resource for you as you continue on your dividend investing journey.
If you’re here because you found me on Google or via a friend’s recommendation or because you accidentally landed here — I hope you find something useful.
If you’ve read all of this “About Me” page, you must like something about this website. So I’d love to hear from you! Send me an email and let me know what you think about what you’ve read. Let me know if you have a particular topic you want to read about.
Have a question? I promise that I’ll have an answer. What I cannot promise is that it will be a good one.
Thanks for reading more about me. And thanks for visiting my little corner of the web.
Nathan Winklepleck, CFA