May 2021 Dividend Report

Another month has gone by and I’m actually pretty late with my monthly report. It’s almost time to make the next one! So without further ado I present to you my results for May 2021:

TickerAmount (€)
Total €113,88

No less then 10 companies deposited their dividends on my brokers account, ready to be reinvested (manually) in other dividend stocks.

Here are the visuals:

Look at that love blue color!

And working towards my 2021 goal of €1750 in dividends received:

Running behind schedule

And (inspired by Engineering Dividends) a new graph with my annual dividend totals:

Already twice my total of 2018!

So we’re done with with month #4 and we are at 31% of our goal for 2021. Slightly behind schedule, but not by much.

May 2020€107,27
May 2021: €113,88
Total dividend ever: €3479,51

A small increase of 6,16% compared to last year even though there is a new payer (WKL). A quick investigation showed that its also due to a shift in payment of Ahold so no real worries there. So far my average growth rate from January through May has been a comfortable 30,09%.

The progress is still very real even though this is already my fifth year as a dividend growth investor since starting back in March of 2017 (with a monthly total of €1,98).

As always my results are converted from their base currency to euro and are post-tax.

I would love to hear your thoughts on the results of this month and ofcourse on your own results. Please let me know in the comments!

6 thoughts on “May 2021 Dividend Report

  1. Just another triple-digit income month… these have become the norm, Mr. Robot. Nice work!
    The WKL addition added a nice pop to this month’s totals. ABBV and T were the top payers I see. What are your plans with T in the months ahead? Just hold on to the shares and absorb the reduction in income? I’m curious as to your thoughts here.

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    1. I’m still somewhat torn on T. Next to the dividend cut (unsure what the new company will do for dividends) I’m about minus 400 euros in capital depreciation. So I’m still contemplating my next move.

      A rebuild of a position in for example VZ seems doable, but that capital loss is still holding me back.


    1. It’s a difficult decision, mainly due to my capital loss. The vaue is an interesting aspect, it could be that it recaptures my capital loss eventually. But that still leaves the dividend cut, which is my primary driver.


  2. Nice montly results. The new graphics looks really nice and shows nice growth YOY. Now the snowball is really getting started?

    Still many people havent made up there minds what to do with AT&T. It remains populair! I dont own any myself, so i dont have to choose. Or do i want to buy some for futher growth like mister groeigeld commented? Dam.. now i also have to choose..

    Greets Wouter

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    1. Well T is not particularly a real growth stock. Its a high yield, slow groth stock so I think your best bet at the moment is to look elsewhere until this plays out.


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