Dividend Received · Investing

November 2017 Dividend Report

Another month has come and gone and now we are the last month of 2017. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: “MAN I LOVE BEING A TURTLE!” Whoops sorry wrong quote!. Bonus points for the one that can give me the movie where its from (you can almost guess it!).

So how did I do this month, well I’m pleased to report that this is my best month ever! The largest dividend haul of my (very) short DGI journey but still I get a real kick out of it.

A total of five companies paid me in November:

Date Ticker Shares Amount (€)
1/11/2017 NYSE:T 12 4.28
1/11/2017 NYSE:GIS 10 3.56
15/11/2017 NYSE:HRL 10 1.22
15/11/2017 NYSE:OHI 13 6.1
15/11/2017 NYSE:O 5 0.76

So the total amount for this month is €15,92 which is less than previous month total of €6,41. This amount already has been adjusted fo the foreign withholding tax of 15% (not 30% since our country has a tax treaty).

My year to date graph is now looking like this:


With these dividends received I am also inching towards my 2017 goal:


So thats my report for November! How was your month?

19 thoughts on “November 2017 Dividend Report

  1. Hi Mr.Robot,
    Congrats on a new record! That’s what I love about dividend growth investing – we keep reaching new records constantly and it feels good to go in the right direction.
    My month looked very similar to yours 🙂 I also received dividends from O and T.
    Keep it up!

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  2. Nice going on your November Mr. Robot! A few more months and you will have year-over-year comparisons, which I’m sure you will be happy with. I think there is a clear upward trajectory on your dividend income chart.

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  3. Great dividend income update, thanks for sharing! I also hold OHI. Their price has taken a beating recently but I’m holding it for the long-term..fingers crossed it recovers over time. Thanks for sharing!


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