Published Wed, 07 Oct 2020 15:36:59 -0400 on Seeking Alpha
Seeking AlphaDividend StrategyMy Dividend Growth Portfolio Q3 Update: 28 Holdings, 16 Sells, 12 Buys, 3.89% YieldOct. 7, 2020 3:36 PM ET|| Includes: ABBV, ADM, ADP, ALB, AOS, ATO, BEN, CAH, CSCO, CZNC, DGRO, ED, F, F.PB, GPC, HRL, IBM, KMI, KO, LUV, MDT, MET, MET.PA, MET.PE, MET.PF, MMM, O, PFE, RF, RF.PA, RF.PB, RF.PC, SBUX, SO, SOJA, SOJB, SOJC, SOJD, SOLN, T, T.PA, T.PC, TBB, TBC, VUGby: Cody PerezCody Perez Growth, ValueSummaryI received $67.56 in dividends for the quarter compared to $23.17 for Q3 of 2019.
Hitting new highs in dividend income.
Coronavirus and Presidential Election Race mean extremely volatile market heading into Q4 2020.
Welcome to my 2020 Q3 review of my portfolio.
This is the third installment of a series which will highlight my journey to financial freedom. My goal with my portfolio is to generate cash flows in the form of dividends that I can use to cover my retirement expenses without having to touch the principal. To do this, I am utilizing dividend growth stocks, growth stocks, and some funds. All the stocks mentioned are held under my self-managed individual account, unless otherwise mentioned.
In sharing my journey, I hope my investment strategies and style can help other investors along their journey to financial freedom.
For some reference, I am currently 22 and will not need to touch the dividends my portfolio generates for another 23-28 years (early retirement age). This means I will be investing as much as I can until I get there.
With that being said, in my last article, My Dividend Growth Portfolio Q2 Update: 27 Holdings, 12 Sells, 29 Buys, 3.47% Yield, I summarized my goals for 2020, SA income, both my DivGro and ROTH IRA portfolios, portfolio transactions that took place from April to June 2020, portfolio sector allocation goal, dividends, and return compared to the S&P 500.
In this article, I will outline my SA income, my DivGro portfolio, transactions that happened from July to... Read more
|Stock name||Last trade||P/E||Earnings/Share||Dividend/Share||Dividend yield|
|CITIZENS & NORTHERN||25.84||0.0||0.00||1.08||4.31|
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