My oh my. What a difference a month makes. In last month’s article, we discussed how dividend growth slowed and there may be an economic slowdown. This month, it is a completely different story. The coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic has spread and the economic impact has been unlike anything I have ever seen. The impact on individuals, small business and corporations is changing on a daily basis. For many companies, they are rethinking their 2020 strategic visions and changing their dividends & capital strategies on the fly. It will be tough to predict the expected dividend increases in 2020; however, we will highlight the companies that have historically announced dividend increases in April.
Each month, we summarize the dividend increases from the previous month and highlight the expected dividend increases in the coming month! February had a lot of dividend increases, which was a blast to follow. Things will slow down in March before ramping up again. One thing I would like to note is that I made some formatting changes this month compared to last months. I’ll discuss the changes in each section; however, each change was made to hopefully bring more valuable information to YOU while reading. I’m excited for your feedback. Here are the expected dividend increases in March!
Man, I can’t believe that we are already one and a half months through 2020. Time continues to fly by at an amazing clip. Soon, my daughter will be one and I’ll be reminiscing about all of her amazing milestones from her first year. I will say this, she loves to babble and crawl. I’m in store for an exciting, action packed year at this rate! Each month, we take time to reflect on the previous month’s results and monitor our progress as we pursue financial freedom. This article will contain my January dividend income summary and discuss any major portfolio updates.
The first month is officially in the book. Lanny kicked off our round of purchase summaries by showing how he invested over $9,000 in the stock market in January! Amazing Lanny, just amazing. While we didn’t add anywhere close to that, we were able to move a little cash off the sidelines and into the market. Here are our January dividend stock purchases!
We are in the thick of winter here. Snow flurries are flying and temperatures are dropping. The perfect time to sit inside with a warm cup of coffee, blog, and learn about dividend investing Lanny just published an article explaining how dividends are taxed and the tax benefits of this passive income stream. Lower tax rates are just another reason why we love dividend investing. Another reason we love this investing strategy is because of the dividend increases. We monitor each dividend increase like a hawk; we celebrate the strong increases and shake our heads after a disappointing increase. That’s why each month, we publish an article exclusively focusing on the expected dividend increases in the coming month. Here are the expected dividend increases in February.
The final month of dividend income results for 2019! Did we knock it out of the park, or what?
What’s crazy is how many stock purchases the two of us have made over the years that stemmed from an article we read on one of your websites. We cherish this community. Which is why we aggregate as many dividend income summary articles from around the community. Here is the December 2019 version of the Dividend Income from YOU the Bloggers series. It is time to get motivated!
Thanksgiving is behind us and we are quickly racing towards Christmas and Hanukkah. It has truly been a pleasure watching my wife experience the holidays for the first time with our daughter. I wish I could describe the feeling more, but all I know is that I am loving every second of the experience. With another month behind us, it is time to once again review the results and see how our dividend income stacks up against last year. Let’s dive into our November dividend income summary.