As mentioned in my previous post I would combine my January and February results in one big update and here it is! Even though a lot of cuts have been announced (damn you VFC and Intel) I’m still happy with my progress. I still need to take action on VFC and AT&T but that will happen after the ex dividend date, my full Intel position has been sold and redeployed into NN boosting my EU (Dutch) country allocation. Here are my results of the first two months of 2023!
January 2023: €129,26 (21,71% growth compared to last year)
February 2023: €149,01 (24,95% growth compared to last year)
And here are the visuals:
I’ve set the rather ambitious goal of receiving €3100,- (netto) in dividends, which is an increase of €521,- euro!
I’ve made the following buys (and sells) in the past two months:
I sold my Pentair stock because my broker does not provide a way to automatically reclaim the 15% additional dividend tax. These changes and additions to my portfolio delivered a net positive for my PADI (Projected Annual Dividend Income):
Interesting to note is that my PADI grew with €616 euro YOY, that’s a whopping 30,29%! I’m pretty excited about that actually, it really shows that my snowball is rolling. 🙂
The progress is definitely real going through my seventh year as a dividend growth investor 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 my results and ofcourse on your own results. Please let me know in the comments!
3 thoughts on “January & February 2022 dividend report”
The dividend cuts seem to be coming easier now after corona than before, to my opinion. Anyway, very nice PADI growth, that’s what we are looking for!
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Thanks Mr. Groeigeld, always grateful for your comment(s)!
The PADI growth is the most important one and adding over 30% in a year is terrific. Nice to see you mentioning your transactions again. I like the ASR and Ahold Delhaize buys too.
P.S. Looking at the graph it seems like January was actually an increase YoY rather than a decrease.
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