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January 2019 dividend report

The new year started of with a bang and the first month has flown by. As you may have read in my previous post, I started the year with a nice deployment of capital. Initiating positions in the financial sector I added some more balance to my portfolio. Next to spending money, I also received money in the form of sweet dividends.

No less then 10 companies paid me in the past month, including newcomer Legget & Platt (LEG).

Ticker Amount (€)
PPL 7.03
IRM 17.32
KMB 3.73
PEP 3.44
DIS 1.3
HASI 3.66
LEG 4.52
CAH 4.96
O 3.79
CSCO 2.46
€52,21

Ladies and gentlemen, I broke the €50 mark for the first time! That is so friggin’ awesome! Bonuspoints for you if you know from which movie the following screenshot is from:

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My dividend visuals look more and more appealing:

div_received_january_2019

And I’m actively working towards my new dividend goal for 2019 (€650):

div_total_january_2019

Total dividend 2019: €52,21
Total dividend received ever: €485,29

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

January 2018€8,92
January 2019: €52,21

Thats another amazing increase of 585,31% 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)?

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December 2018 dividend report

December has come and gone and it was one of the busiest I have ever had. Work & personal life all conspired to rob me of my blog time but never the less my money continued to do the work for me. You got to love this DGI road we are one!

No less then 8 companies payed out their dividends including. Strangely enough PEP (or my broker) decided to move the payout of PEP to January so that stock is missing in this report. Here are the details:

Ticker Amount (€)
INTC 1.79
PFE 6.87
UN 8.65
IBM 5.86
ADM 4.52
O 3.79
ED 4.27
VFC 2.26
QCOM 2.77
€40.78

I closed the year strong with another month over the €40 mark. Hopefully I can continue this streak but I’m expecting to dip below this mark next year one or two times in the first month of the quarter.

And the visuals keep me excited as well:

div_received_december_2018

As you know, I already achieved my dividend goal for 2018. So everything these last months is just icing on the cake. That doesn’t mean I’m not maximising everything at the moment to finish the year strong (and possibly make my extended goal of €325!).

Total dividend 2018: €345,25 (crushed my extended goal with €20,25 to spare!).
Total dividend received ever: €434,04

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

December 2017€10,93
December 2018: €40,78

Thats another amazing increase of 373,10% 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)?

 

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November 2018 dividend report

So December is here and the holiday season has kicked off! Not quite Christmas yet (we have another guy in red bringing gifts before Santa on the fifth of December! :)) but the holiday spirit is defintely here. Nights are getting colder and the time for being merry is on its way. But before we kick back and relax (which I won’t because I don’t have any vacation days left so I’ll be in the office until the 30/12/2018) it’s time to look at the results for November.

No less then 8 companies payed out their dividends including newcomer TXN. Here are the details:

Ticker Amount (€)
T 11.53
GIS 3.64
OHI 6.43
HRL 1.4
ABBV 12.95
O 3.79
PG 4.26
TXN 5.7
€49.7

Thats right baby, another all-time dividend record is in the books! My second month of the quarter is always the largest and with my earlier TXN buy the month just got bigger. Lets look at the visuals:

div_received_november_2018

Although I didn’t crack the €50,- threshold (€0,30 cents darnit!) I’m liking the progress I’m seeing based on the graph alone.

As you know, I already achieved my dividend goal for 2018. So everything these last months is just icing on the cake. That doesn’t mean I’m not maximising everything at the moment to finish the year strong (and possibly make my extended goal of €325!).

Total dividend YTD 2018: €304,47 (only €20,53 to go for my extended goal people!).
Total dividend received ever: €393,26

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

November 2017€15,92.
November 2018: €49,70.

Thats another amazing increase of 312,19% 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)?

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July 2018 Dividend Report

So after completing my buying spree last month I took some well deserved time off the grid. Well not completely off but far removed 🙂 After being back in the office for a week I really needed to readjust back into the groove. Although I love my job, it hit me again that it would be fantastic to truely be a master of your own time. Oh well, only thing I can do is do my utmost best to create my own future. For myself and for my family.

Cool thing about being a DGI investor is that you get paid for doing nothing! I estimated that I would earn about €1,- a day during my vacation totalling €21,-. Let’s see how well I estimated this.

A total of 8 companies payed me this month:

Date Ticker Shares Amount (€)
03/07/2018 PPL 23 6.87
03/07/2018 PEP 5 3.37
04/07/2018 KMB 5 3.64
13/07/2018 HASI 15 3.59
16/07/2018 O 23 3.67
17/07/2018 CAH 5 1.73
26/07/20148 CSCO 10 2.4
27/07/2018 DIS 2 1.22
€26,49

So this means I actually earned about 17,94 during my vacation. Not too shabby! For the sharp observer you can also notice that this €26,49 is my new alltime dividend record!

So this means my progress so far this year is coming along nicely:

div_received_july_2018

And so far so good on my 2018 goals:

div_received_july_goal_2018

Total dividend YTD 2018: €142.
Total dividend received ever: €230,79.

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

July 2017: €6,55.
July 2018: €26,49.

Thats another amazing increase of 404,43% compared to last year! 

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

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June 2018 Dividend Report

And BOOM, it’s july! Summer is really upon us as the temperature keeps rising and vacation time is around the corner. This year its going to be even more awesome when I realise that during my vacation I’ll earn €1,- a day when I’m on my holiday having fun!

Although we’re really looking forward to a well deserved vacation, its not our time yet. So here are the numbers for June. Alas no personal record for me this month (Solid second highest ever though!), but I’m still excited about the growth as you’ll see later in the post.

Date Ticker Shares Amount (€)
01/06/2018 INTC 8 2.23
01/06/2018 PFE 9 1.74
06/06/2018 UN 10 3.96
08/06/2018 ADM 18 4.34
12/06/2018 IBM 2 2.27
17/06/2018 O 23 3.69
19/06/2018 VFC 6 2.02
21/06/2018 QCOM 6 2.72
€ 22,97

So this means my progress so far this year is coming along nicely:

div_received_june_2018

And so far so good on my 2018 goals:

div_received_june_goal_2018

We crossed the half year mark and I’m ahead of schedule on my 2018 dividend total!

Total dividend YTD 2018: €115,51 (which is almost €30 more then our 2017 total!)
Total dividend received ever: €204,30.

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

June 2017: 2,72
June 2018: €22,97

Thats another amazing increase of 844,49% compared to last year! 

How about you my dear readers / fellow bloggers, how was your June?

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May 2018 Dividend Report

And we’re in June! Is it just me or is this year going faster and faster by the minute? I’m still really excited with my personal record of last month and the fact that I could do an extra-large buy adding even more fuel to my FIRE 🙂

So ladies and gentleman of the jury, I present you my May results! No less then 6 different companies payed me last month:

Date Ticker Shares Amount (€)
01/05/2018 GIS 10 3,46
01/05/2018 T 31 7,45
15/05/2018 OHI 13 6,15
16/05/2018 HRL 10 1,35
16/05/2018 O 23 3,62
16/05/2018 PG 8 4,11
€26,14

Yes my preciousssssss………another personal record (two times in a row)!

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My year to date graph looks like this:

div_received_may_2018

This brings me that much closer to my 2018 goal:

div_received_ytd_may_2018

Still on track for the 2018 goals!

Total dividend YTD: €92,54
Total dividend received ever: €181,33

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

May 2017: €12,23
May 2018: €26,14

Thats another amazing increase of 113,74% compared to last year! 

How about you my dear readers / fellow bloggers, how was your May?

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April 2018 Dividend Report

Can you believe it? Another month has passed and it is already time for my new dividend report. It’s also the second time I’m able to report a YoY-comparison so I’m also pretty curious to see if I can top the previous month growth numbers which were a staggering 891,9%. (statistically impossible but who knows?!?)

My total for April 2017 was: €11,23. A pretty high number for my second ever dividends received but that is due to the dutch Ahold Delhaize stock which pays out annuallyin April.

Without further delay, here are the nitty gritty details:

Date Ticker Shares Amount (€)
13/04/2018 HASI 15 3.41
13/04/2018 O 23 3.74
16/04/2018 CAH 5 1.58
25/04/2018 CSCO 10 2.30
26/04/2018 AMS:AH 18 9.67
€20,70

Yes! A total of €20,70 (after taxes) of free money was deposited into my account. The highest dividend I have ever received. This covers my internet / tv / telephone bill for about two thirds!

My year to date graph looks like this:

dividend_YTD_april2018

This brings me that much closer to my 2018 goal:

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Still on track for the 2018 goals!

Total dividend YTD: €66,40
Total dividend received ever: €155,19

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

April 2017: €11,23
April 2018: €20,70

A whopping 84,3% increase compared to last year! That just awesome!

How about you my dear readers / fellow bloggers, how was your April?