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My K.I.S.S. Dividend Growth Portfolio: 1st Quarter 2019 Update

Published Sun, 14 Apr 2019 18:06:57 -0400 on Seeking Alpha

Another good quarter for the stock market. Up over 14% over the past 3 months. And as would be expected during an up market, my dividend growth portfolio trailed the over-all return of the S&P. However, it still performed well, especially in terms of dividends produced and dividend growth. But I will go into the details of my returns and my dividends later. First, I’ll present my portfolio update and my transactions.
If you wish to review my previous quarterly updates, you can find them here:
My K.I.S.S. Dividend Portfolio: 1st Quarter 2018 Update My K.I.S.S. Dividend Portfolio: 2nd Quarter 2018 Update My K.I.S.S. Dividend Portfolio: 3rd Quarter 2018 Update My K.I.S.S. Dividend Portfolio: 4th Quarter 2018 Update Review of Third-Quarter Dividends and Contributions
These are the total dividends I received over the past three months and the comparison (in parentheses) to the same months during 2018:
Jan: $3,095.45 ($2,818.15) (+9.84%)
Feb: $5,419.46 ($5,019.33) (+7.97%)
Mar: $7,857.24 ($5,886.99) (+33.46%)
Total dividends collected in the fourth quarter of 2019: $16,372.15, an increase of 19.29% over the $13,742.47 I collected during the first quarter of 2018. $2,5323.87 of this was immediately reinvested through DRIP plans in my Charles Schwab accounts (See below for details).
In addition to dividends $1,500 was added to my portfolio as catch-up contributions.
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Stock name Last trade   P/E Earnings/Share Dividend/Share Dividend yield
ANNALY CAPITAL MANAGEMENT 9.12   0.0 -1.59 1.20 13.27
ALLIANCE RESOURCE PARTNERS L.P. 16.95   4.6 3.69 2.14 12.70
TANGER FACTORY OUTLET CENTERS 16.52   19.2 0.86 1.42 8.75
PIMCO CORPORATE OPPORTUNITY FUND 18.55   0.0 0.00 1.56 7.59
OMEGA HEALTHCARE INVESTORS 36.36   27.6 1.32 2.64 7.35
INVESCO 20.59   10.5 1.96 1.24 6.02
NATIONAL HEALTH INVESTORS 78.56   21.9 3.58 4.20 5.39
ONEOK 65.03   22.1 2.94 3.46 5.26
TUPPERWARE BRANDS 20.57   6.5 3.16 1.08 5.26
SIMON PROPERTY GROUP 163.82   21.4 7.65 8.20 5.04
DOMINION RESOURCES 76.66   36.5 2.10 3.67 4.89
WP CAREY & CO 85.28   27.1 3.15 4.13 4.86
IBM 135.76   14.3 9.48 6.48 4.77
SOUTHERN COMPANY 55.15   16.9 3.27 2.48 4.55
PRUDENTIAL FINANCIAL 99.33   11.6 8.57 4.00 4.01
CHEVRON 120.81   16.7 7.23 4.76 3.96
PRINCIPAL FINANCIAL GROUP 55.45   10.0 5.53 2.16 3.94
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA 77.27   11.7 6.58 3.02 3.93
REALTY INCOME 72.70   54.2 1.34 2.72 3.75
CVS CAREMARK 54.17   0.0 -0.44 2.00 3.73
DIGITAL REALTY 119.76   95.0 1.26 4.32 3.62
QUALCOMM 68.72   36.4 1.89 2.48 3.56
AVISTA 44.10   14.7 3.00 1.55 3.50
EASTMAN CHEMICAL 72.09   10.3 7.01 2.48 3.41
STATE STREET 55.03   9.2 5.97 1.88 3.41
WALGREENS BOOTS ALLIANCE 52.57   9.9 5.32 1.76 3.38
AMGEN 176.08   14.0 12.53 5.80 3.30
OMNICOM GROUP 80.18   13.7 5.86 2.60 3.28
THE FIRST OF LONG ISLAND 21.44   0.0 0.00 0.68 3.16
MAGNA INTERNATIONAL 46.32   5.7 8.15 1.46 3.16
EMERSON ELECTRIC 62.77   17.1 3.67 1.96 3.12
CRACKER BARREL OLD COUNTRY STORE 168.32   18.5 9.12 5.20 3.03
BLACKROCK 446.97   16.8 26.55 13.20 2.96
NU SKIN ENTERPRISES 51.24   22.4 2.29 1.48 2.93
TARGET 88.30   15.5 5.71 2.56 2.91
JPMORGAN CHASE 109.54   11.8 9.26 3.20 2.89
WISCONSIN ENERGY 83.61   24.2 3.45 2.36 2.88
PEPSICO 132.94   15.0 8.86 3.82 2.87
T. ROWE PRICE GROUP 105.94   14.0 7.57 3.04 2.87
PAYCHEX 86.68   30.4 2.85 2.48 2.84
CUMMINS 163.86   10.6 15.43 4.56 2.80
PROCTER & GAMBLE 110.91   26.4 4.20 2.98 2.73
JOHNSON & JOHNSON 140.71   26.1 5.40 3.80 2.72
ILLINOIS TOOL WORKS 151.98   20.2 7.51 4.00 2.62
AMERIPRISE FINANCIAL 153.53   11.7 13.11 3.88 2.58
LOCKHEED MARTIN 349.08   17.8 19.57 8.80 2.56
DARDEN RESTAURANTS 119.68   22.1 5.42 3.00 2.55
HASBRO 107.46   38.1 2.82 2.72 2.55
GENERAL DYNAMICS 171.94   15.5 11.10 4.08 2.40
UNITED TECHNOLOGIES 124.81   19.2 6.49 2.94 2.39
BOEING 347.16   19.9 17.48 8.22 2.37
LINCOLN NATIONAL 63.43   9.1 6.96 1.48 2.31
MCDONALDS 204.49   27.1 7.54 4.64 2.28
CINCINNATI FINANCIAL 103.54   16.9 6.14 2.24 2.18
SYSCO 72.52   24.0 3.02 1.56 2.14
RAYTHEON 177.12   16.5 10.73 3.77 2.12
AIR PRODUCTS & CHEMICALS 219.25   28.6 7.67 4.64 2.11
NOVARTIS 89.59   17.0 5.27 1.84 2.09
DEERE 151.51   14.8 10.26 3.04 2.04
AFLAC 55.04   13.5 4.08 1.08 1.99
UGI 52.72   24.2 2.18 1.20 1.98
WAL-MART STORES 108.65   37.6 2.89 2.12 1.96
NORFOLK SOUTHERN 196.51   19.5 10.10 3.44 1.73
APPLE 192.74   16.2 11.89 3.08 1.59
HARRIS 189.83   25.5 7.45 2.74 1.46
L-3 COMMUNICATIONS 245.65   19.2 12.79 3.40 1.40
MICROSOFT 132.45   29.4 4.50 1.84 1.40
BECTON DICKINSON 234.16   69.5 3.37 3.08 1.30
CSX 77.17   18.9 4.09 0.96 1.23

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