Another month down. July is always a fun month because it is my birthday month! This year, I finally entered my final year in my 20s and will be enjoying this victory lap before I enter my 30s. The market was interesting this month and there were several weeks where there weren’t any investment opportunities jumping off the screen at me or Lanny. But then the end of the month struck! But I’ll save the details for the article…..Here is my July dividend income summary!
Last week, with a volatile stock market, I decided to jump right back into the action. All of us have been watching this market closely and getting excited about the opportunities that have started to present themselves. I had some extra cash on hand and wanted to add to several positions in my portfolio. After some research, my investment decisions were made and I found the two stocks I wanted to purchase. Here is why I purchased shares of Procter and Gamble (PG) and Starbucks (SBUX) last week.
One of the best months of dividend income to report. As dividend investors, we love the quarter ends, due to being the most popular month, as well as an even better month for those that have mutual funds and/or ETFs. The busy season is slowly slowing down, gosh I wish it would end, but dividend income always keeps me at least going for the time being.
Two months are over in 2018. Where has time gone? Seriously, the first two months have 2018 have flown by! But no matter how busy you are, what you have going on in life, or how many hours you may be working, there is one thing that I love about dividend investing. Your dividend income is ALWAYS working for you in the background and you barely have to lift a finger to receive the benefits. Well, February was not different from January or any of the months before it. Time to dive in to my February Dividend Income summary!
I keep a copy in PDF of my portfolio every quarter, and have a deeper dive at 12/31, but this also provides a blog’d example of where I stand, so I can always refer back on the site the historical position of my portfolio. As we have done in the prior years, this post will be an overall recap of my portfolio, the contributions, dividends going forward, dividends received, what I can analyze from the current position, etc.. It’s always fun to see what the year compiled into one snapshot of all of the hard work that goes into the dividend engine. I am excited to see where it stands and what can be done going into this new year! Let’s dive on in. Continue reading
Here we are folks. The third quarter has come to a close, the weather has fluctuated from very cold, back to very hot in the span of a week. Leaves have fallen off of the tree, but I still see people laying out here in Northeast Ohio. Time is moving fast and we must keep up with adding value and productivity to our lives. September marks a very exciting quarter end for us dividend investors and I’m excited to share the results!
Are you all ready? Another installment of our monthly round-up of dividend income monthly reports from many of our fellow dividend investing, FIRE pursuing bloggers. We love reading and trying to summarize as many journeys as possible each month because it is awesome to see the progress of so many other bloggers AND the results serve as great motivation for the community. The progress is infectious! June is a particularly exciting month since a lot of companies, mutual funds, and ETFs pay out their quarterly dividend. Now, lets dive in, and check out our June dividend income summary from YOU the bloggers!