Dividend Received · Investing

July 2019 dividend report

And just like that the main vacation of the year has come and gone. I’ve used my time off to spend some great quality time with my family.

It serves as a reminder that I need to keep working on my/our financial independence so I can spend even more quality time with them while also enjoying life to the fullest now.

No easy task but hey if it was easy, everybody would do it!

My results for July 2019:

Ticker Amount (€)
PPL 7.14
IRM 22.06
KMB 3.87
PEP 3.60
DIS 1.34
HASI 3.79
LEG 9.05
CAH 5.08
O 3.94
CSCO 2.66
FDX 2.45

And the visuals for July:


Total 2019 goal is about certain now :):


Total dividend 2019: €471,82
Total dividend received ever: €905,86

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

July 2018€26,49
July 2019: €64,98

A nice 145,30% increase compared to last year!

As always my results are converted from their base currency to euro and are post-tax. I would love to hear your thoughts on your month (or mine)?

5 thoughts on “July 2019 dividend report

  1. Great month Mr. Robot and it’s nice to see that you had some quality time with your family!
    In terms of dividend income, impressive growth compared to last year. And I have to notice that you somehow manage to make months pretty even which is nice. Most of dividend investors receive less in the first month of the quarter and most in the last month 🙂
    Keep up the consistency!

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    1. Thanks a lot BI. Family matters most 🙂

      I try to keep the dividend flow as steady as I can. It’s not always possible but it’s still pretty consistent.


  2. Hey Mr. Robot. Looking good on that dividend growth. Keep it going.
    I thought PEP paid in late June? Maybe it doesn’t show up in your brokerage account until July?
    I didn’t know you bought some FDX. I’ve got to watch more closely!
    Glad you were able to enjoy some time with the family. Take care.


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