The dividend stock purchases machine keeps rolling! Yes, this is yet another round of dividend stock purchases, covering my last two weeks of activity. I am going to start doing this now, from an article standpoint, as my dividend stock purchases are becoming more frequent, due to certain life events and brokerage changes. The stock market was more volatile the last two weeks, creating value on dividend stocks I own. Therefore, I made a few stock purchases over the last two weeks and let’s find out what I bought!
The end of 2018 is rapidly approaching. With only three months to-go, I am working hard to identify different investment opportunities. With some extra cash, I am ready to put my capital to work and increase my dividend income as much as possible before the end of the year. In this month’s edition of my dividend stock watch list, I identified four stocks that I will keep an eye on. Ironically, I actually own all four stocks on this watch list. And on top of it, each have a dividend yield greater than 3%. So a potential purchase may add quite the punch. With that in mind, let’s see which four companies made the cut for my October Dividend Stock Watch List!
Shortly after I purchased shares of KHC last week, I decided to jump back into the action. Mr. Market presented two opportunities for investments that were on my watch list. So I couldn’t resist the opportunity to add some nice dividend income, right? Here is why I purchased additional shares of Kraft (again) and initiated a new position in National Grid (NGG)!
Can we get another article out about dividend stock purchases or what? Yes, this is yet another dividend stock purchase article, covering my last two weeks of activity. I am going to start doing this now, from an article standpoint, as my dividend stock purchases are becoming more frequent, due to certain life events and brokerage changes. Though the stock market has continued to roar, set new highs and show the bullish signs, there are always dividend stocks being undervalued out there. Therefore, I made a few purchases over the last two weeks and let’s find out what I bought!
About a month ago we published our September formal Watch List. A lot has changed over the last month. We have received a ton of dividends, the S&P 500 has been on a decline of 4.33% through October 17th. With October nearly in the rear-view mirror, it is time to update our watch list for the end of October and creep into November.
All – this post will breakdown the dividend increase announcements from the month of May that we hold in our portfolios. This is a great way to see if/when our individual stocks decide to give “more” earnings back to their shareholders – “us”! Some months we may have a post, others we may not – it all depends if our companies that we own decide to increase. We each will go through our portfolios and review any dividend increase announcement. This is one of the trickling effects/ways to increase your portfolio, reinvest those dividends to increase your annual income! And the cycle continues…