July is done and this amazing summer continues! It has been a busy third quarter for us here, and so many bloggers out there, as the market continues to present buying opportunities. Lanny has initiated positions in companies like BBBY, ITW, and WRK and added to his position in KHC while Bert followed suit and initiated positions in ITW and WRK. Our inspiration to push ourselves to invest every dollar we can comes from ALL OF YOU in the blogging community. Each month, we read your income summaries and see how hard you are working to grow your income and relentlessly pursuing financial freedom. For those of you that are new followers, each month, we gather as many dividend income summaries from the community to share the results with all of you. Here is the July installment of the Dividend Income from YOU the Bloggers series!
There were records left and right in the dividend blogging community for March. So many people out there are seeing the benefits of their hard work, frugal living, and dividend growth investing strategy. Exciting stuff! For those of you that are not familiar, each month, we compile a listing of as many dividend income summary articles as we can from the blogging community in one place so we can share as many different stories as possibles. We wish we had the time to include every article out there, but unfortunately, we cannot. So please do not take it personally if your article is not included! Now, it is time to dive into the cold, hard numbers. Check out our March Dividend Income Summary from YOU the bloggers!
Third purchase in 31 days? Now that’s what I’m talking about. I’m starting to feel like the Lanny of old again, if only the grey hair can revert back to black, I’d appreciate it. January finished off with some tail winds, as big final year earning releases are coming out, Trumps making his speeches and movements, as well as your everyday volatility that January typically brings. As dividend investors, we need to sit tight and buy when we find the right value at hopefully the right times if you can. This purchase signifies that, based on my analysis. Let’s find out why I purchase Pfizer (PFE)!
Final dividend income totals have been tallied. Final purchases were made (or not made). Now that the ball dropped and the calendar turned, the book on 2016 is finally closed. A few weeks ago, I published my 2017 investing and life goals so I can hit the ground running in 2017. However, I can’t ignore the fact that I had 2016 goals to complete. I performed quarterly updates to monitor my progress; so for one final time, I will publish my 2016 goals review. Let’s see if I was able to meet my goals in 2016!
One month to go for 2016! In the midst of being snowed in, shoveling 2-3x per day, we have compiled the list of dividend income from the bloggers in the community. We’re sure you all know the drill, each month, we first publish our dividend income summaries (Bert’s here and Lanny’s here) and then aggregate as many as we can from ALL OF YOU in the dividend growth investing community. SO if we didn’t include you this month, please understand it is not personal and is more of a result of timing! Now, time to dive in and check out our November Dividend Income summary from all of you dividend bloggers in the community!
2016 is racing to an end. It has been a fascinating couple of weeks here. From a thrilling World Series that sadly didn’t fall in our favor to an election that has caused some noise in the markets. Have we mentioned yet that both of us were lucky enough to attend that historic Game 7?? We’re sure you all know the drill, each month, we first publish our dividend income summaries (Bert’s here and Lanny’s here) and then aggregate as many as we can from ALL OF YOU in the dividend growth investing community. SO if we didn’t include you this month, please understand it is not personal and is more of a result of timing! Now, time to dive in and check out our October Dividend Income summary from all of you in the dividend blogging community!
If you want to talk about how fast time flies, here is a perfect example. I was prepared to re-visit a dividend stock analysis that I thought I performed over Realty Income (“O”) a couple of quarters ago. When I looked at the date on the original analysis…it was November 2015. I cannot believe 12 months have flown by that quickly…where has time gone? Even though I have reviewed the company in the past, I thought it would be a good idea to update the stock analysis I performed considering the recent pullback in price, the fact that they were one of the four stocks on my October Watch List, and the company’s recent earnings release. A lot can change over 12 months, I think we can all attest to that in some capacity. So let’s re-run Realty Income through our stock screener.