This month I wanted to take a different approach and create a summary report from all of the blog posts I read this morning related to May’s Dividend Income. I’ll list out the website name, the individual and their May dividend income with a link to their article. I won’t be going in any order – so don’t be afraid if your name is at the top or bottom of the list – it really goes in order of when I stumbled into your blog in the past or follow clicks from others comments to read your blog – so no real order here. I am pumped to review all of your performances and share them in a summarized format for the community. How did YOU perform? Let’s check it out.
May Dividend Income Results from the Community
I also want to start off by saying – Sorry if I don’t read your blog post – not intentional, but am trying to get through as many as possible today! Leave a comment here and I’ll add you to the list. Here are the posts that I read:
Dividend Mantra – $358.67! What a month he had – way better than last year’s May amount, but also, he has established a new baseline of $350 at a minimum. Great job. Also to note – he received 14 different paychecks… how many of us had that or work for that many companies? Damn!
My Dividend Pipeline – $1,110.96. Um… yeah. So – how many of us are shaking at the thoughts of making this much in MAY? In a dividend-off month? MDP, you suck but are awesome at the same time. NICE work! That would cover all of my house and utilities. Money.
Dividend Hustler – $932.99 – awesome. You and MDP are having a nice little battle in how much you can earn in dividend income. Been awesome having you apart of the community and great job establishing a new company/account that you discussed last month. Would be pumped to reach these levels you guys are at.
DivHut – $320.79 – Very sweet! He has 3 accounts that are pumping dividend income with an IRA, Roth IRA and taxable account. He recently established an account purely for the high yielding REITs as well. The majority of his income came from the taxable account at ~$222. Nice!
Pollies – $364.68 – great work over here. A large amount came from AH.AS (approximately 1/3) but also PG, O and others paid nice dividends. Great job adding 10% growth compared to last year, keep it up and you’ll be over $400 next year’s May!
Dutch Dividend – $783.40 – huge month. Dutch had 3 big payers in ARLP, KMI and AT&T for a total of $524.60 but still had over $250 from other companies. Crossing $750 is impressive!
Frugality to Financial Freedom – $456.26 – cha-ching! Awesome month as FTFF shows us being frugal, investing and receiving dividend checks “ain’t so bad” eh? Great job.
Happy Money Bags – $179.22. Talk about going leaps and bounds. This is awesome and HMB was able to cover a lot of utilities if things ever really hit the fan. All about trying to be frugal, such as us diplomats trying to save 60% of your income each month. Great job.
Dividend Empire – $60 in empire portfolio and $23.33 in retirement portfolio – nice job! Just starting out and he’s on a mission to whoop the crap out of forward income and financial independence. Great job and best of luck man!
What’s interesting here, in just these posts that I read, this is a total of $4,867.06 in dividend income analyzed! How awesome is that? Who wants to join up and get that beach house, sip on a drink and enjoy the sound of waves crashing? Joking, but this is awesome. Congratulations Everyone! Also – these are the posts that I’ve read this Saturday morning and wanted to showcase them out. Remember – I may not have gotten to all of them and this is in no way, shape or fashion in any order or exclusion on purpose! Only so much time, right? Next time can and will be a different story.
Congratulations to everyone in the community on their dividend income – definitely are making waves and bounds, and cannot wait until everyone reaches their goals. How did YOU perform this month? What can you do differently to pump your results up in the smartest way possible? Please comment below – eager to see the feedback!