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March 2019 dividend report

Another month has passed in a flash, amazing to see how fast time goes by. Ofcourse having an extremely busy month helps too 🙂 Between juggling a family with two kids, a trip to CloudFest in Germany and stress at work it is calming to see my money working for me in the stock market.

I (well technically my advisor) completed my taxes last week and its great to see an extra amount heading our way (we always pay the full amount on our mortgage so we get back once a year). So part of that money will most likely be used to invest some extra money in the stock market and / or paying off our mortgage.

On to the results for March:

No less then 11 companies payed me this month and (spoiler alert!) it has been another record breaking month!

Ticker Amount (€)
INTC 1.88
PFE 7.26
UN 13.29
IBM 5.93
ADM 10.53
ORI 10.04
O 3.89
ED 4.44
VFC 2.29
QCOM 8.9

Un-freaking-believable! Not only did I break my previous record of 54,68; I totally skipped the €60 range and went straight into €70 territory!

Here are the visuals:


Working towards my goal of €650,- in received dividends this year:


So a quarter in the year and over a quarter of the way towards my end goal. Not too shabby if I may say so myself. 🙂

Total dividend 2019: €177,38
Total dividend received ever: €611,42

And now….the big moment, my YoY-comparison!

March 2018€17,66
March 2019: €71,45

Thats another awesome increase of 404,86% compared to last year! As always my results are converted from their base currency to euro and are post-tax.

I’ll be off binge-commenting on your blogs now, I would love to hear your thoughts on your month (or mine)?


18 thoughts on “March 2019 dividend report

  1. Wow… impressive results, Mr. Robot. All 3 months this year show terrific progress, and you are well on your way to reaching your 2019 goals.
    Loved seeing you leapfrog the $60s. Three $10 payers this month is great, too.

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  2. Wow, congrats on smashing your record for monthly dividends! It looks like you will definitely need to re-think the target for the whole year 🙂
    I assume you will have some European payers still to pay their annual dividends in the upcoming months? 🙂
    Keep it up!

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    1. Hey BI! So far so good with regards to my goal, but the coming months will be lower then this month. My buy for April won’t generate dividends for another two months so next month will be somewhat the same.


  3. Feels good to hit a record. Keep up that solid progress. Like always we share a handful of names for the month. I still have ORI on my watch list for a buy but not at current levels. Look forward to your continued progress.

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    1. Hey DH, ORI seems to keep hovering around the $20 mark. Everything below that I think is great. Do you have a certain entry point you are among for?


    1. Hey Scott, welcome to my blog! Yes I was lucky with my expansion in Qcom. For the first time I find myself in a position where selling a stock could provide and instant return!

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  4. Hi Mr. R. Judging from your year over year chart, it looks like you are making some excellent progress. Sorry I haven’t stopped by here as much recently. I’ve had a few things going on in life. You know how that goes. Happy Easter. Hope your family is doing well. Your youngest will probably be walking soon and then investing in dividend stocks. I recommend JNJ as a first buy! Tom

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    1. Hi Tom, you were definitely missed! But I definitely know how busy life can become and then it’s just a matter of prioritizing the right things 🙂

      I’ve been thinking about opening a portfolio for the kids but haven’t made any decisions. We are monthly filling up their savings account since birth so there is that.


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