Good morning everyone! Hope you had a great weekend and are breathing in the spices of the Fall scented candles and are walking out to the mail box to pick up a dividend check or two. Not figuratively, but that’s what sometimes happens as a dividend investor. You wake up, sign online to your account and see businesses sending you a check for the funds you have placed in the market as their source of liquidity to operate a business. These are always fun surprises or moments each and everyday as a dividend investor, but over the last few weeks, more and more surprises and unexpected positives have come from being a dividend investor.
Here we go, here we go. All, you know what this is about. At the end of each month, we round-up as many dividend income summaries as we can and compile the results in an article. We love reviewing everyones’ progress. It is truly inspiring and it helps motivate us to continue pushing ourselves. Time to check out how well everyone performed in April. Let’s dive into our April dividend income summary from all of you in the Dividend Investing community!
Quarter 1 of 2016 is officially in the books, which means a quarter end month of dividend income has occurred! The reason why I specifically mention the quarter-end, as this is typically a larger than normal month for dividend income, as there are substantially more payers in the U.S. that pay on those specific months as opposed to others. This also marks my fifth busy season as an auditor being completed and I can wake up on Saturday not feeling like I need to be working for the firm, feels nice. This is also one of the exciting time periods where we will read on individuals breaking their record for dividend income for the month! All great news here. Without any more introduction, let’s take a look at what Dividend Income was received for March 2016!
Here I am again… hurting, almost feels like the knife that went in the first time was starting to come out, only to be pushed, but this time twisted. Another dividend cut, the 2nd one in three little months. Another commodity dependent business – BHP Billiton (BBL) cut their dividend, by an almost “coincidentally” 74% – the approximate figure that KMI also cut theirs by. This didn’t just sting, this burns, but it is a very & true learning experience for me. Read on… Continue reading
September… ah September. The leaves are changing and so did my dividend income for the month. It’s a wonderful quarter end, which for me and most investors – typically means a larger than normal month of dividend income to our portfolio. Most of the big blue chip companies pay on the calendar quarter end and I own quite a bit that does so. As the leaves change color and the temperature begins to cool in Ohio, our portfolios heat up with checks coming into our mailbox from all of the wonderful companies that we own. Now… to the numbers!
Hello everyone! Well, crossed 80+ hours this past week and glad February is officially over. Excited to share the previous month, so lets get to the February Dividend Income Summary!
What another crazy week in the stock market. The price of crude oil continues to slide, causing the price of many great dividend growth stocks to continue to slide. Both Diplomats had extra capital to spend (one much more than the other) to take advantage of the discounts the market has provided us. Which stocks did we buy this week? A few markets, outside of the market as a whole, took a little more of a “goodfellas” beating than others – Canadian Banks, Oil, Mineral/Resource realm.