Published Wed, 12 Oct 2016 00:26:58 -0400 on Seeking Alpha
It's the end of one month and the beginning of another, so it's time for my favorite update: my dividend update. These dividend updates reflect all dividends that I receive through my investing pursuits. I hope they can help inspire you to take control of your own finances and invest to build a passive income stream. What you use that stream for is up to you, whether it's to fund early retirement, just provide some FI/FU money, or even to provide for an annual vacation. The key is that it can provide options and open up all sorts of possibilities.
The end of each quarter is always a great time for dividend growth investors since many companies make payments during that time and my June haul proved to be no different. I received a total of $874.90 in dividends in my FI Portfolio during September and another $5.59 in my Loyal3 Portfolio. Both of those portfolios are regular taxable brokerage accounts. My Roth IRA also provided $43.25 with all dividends being reinvested. Across my taxable accounts my dividends totaled $880.49. Adding in my Roth IRA dividends brings September's total to $923.74 which is a personal best. Year to date my accounts have generated $4,519.26.
A full list of my holdings can be found here.
My FI Portfolio is the largest in terms of portfolio value as well as dividends received and it led the way with nearly $875 for the month. Compared to June of this year that's just a 1.9%. I have to admit that a meager 1.9%... Read more
|Stock name||Last trade||P/E||Earnings/Share||Dividend/Share||Dividend yield|
|T. ROWE PRICE GROUP||68.79||14.7||4.69||2.28||3.29|
|JOHNSON & JOHNSON||126.26||21.5||5.88||3.20||2.50|
|WALGREENS BOOTS ALLIANCE||83.03||22.0||3.78||1.50||1.77|
|BANK OF AMERICA||22.94||16.6||1.38||0.30||1.23|
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