DIVIDEND INCOME

I’ll be posting Passive Dividend Income for my portfolios on a monthly basis. I started dividend investing in late 2011 but did not start blogging until early 2014. All dividends received since 2011 are as below.

2016 Dividend Income:
January 2016- $503.59
February 2016 – $734.53
March 2016 – $844.93
April 2016- $740.08
May 2016 – $856.04
June 2016 – $795.76
July 2016 – $706.00
August 2016 – $1069.01
September 2016: $931.36
October 2016: $871.79

Total Passive Dividend Income 2016: $8,052.98

2015 Dividend Income:
January 2015 – $294.36
February 2015 – $178.84
March 2015 – $341.08
April 2015 – $302.88
May 2015 – $218.24
June 2015 – $300.00
July 2015 – $315.33
August 2015 – $314.87
September 2015 – $417.73
October 2015- $386.69
November 2015: 520.06
December 2015: $568.06

Total Passive Dividend Income 2015: $4,159.10

2014 Dividend Income:
January 2014 – $210.77
February 2014 – $17.20
March 2014 – $114.08
April 2014 – $149.10
May 2014 – $41.49
June 2014 – $164.70
July 2014 – $222.72
August 2014 – $98.92
September 2014 – $178.95
October 2014 – 244.91
November 2014 – 163.97
December 2014 – $269.39

Total Passive Dividend Income 2014: $1880.57

2013 Dividend Income:
January 2013: $18.37
March 2013: $7.52
April 2013: $38.18
June 2013: $24.84
July 2013: $39.68
September 2013: $49.73
October 2013: $99.97
November 2013: $1.92
December 2013: $116.00

Total Dividend Income 2013: $396.17

2012 Dividend Income:
January 2012: $0.53
April 2012: $3.53
June 2012: $1.62
July 2012: $7.11
September 2012: $6.63
October 2012: $10.56
December 2012: $11.69

Total Dividend Income 2012: $41.67

2011 Dividend Income:
Year: Begin Journey

8 thoughts on “DIVIDEND INCOME

    1. Hi ADD,

      Totally agree. In the beginning, passive dividends look paltry but they soon start compounding and snowball really starts rolling. Glad to have you on same path. You are making a good progress over there!

      Thanks for stopping by!

  1. Great work over here.
    Maybe tou could add a 3months or 6months moving average chart of your dividend income so the trend was “visible”. Just a thought!
    Cheers!

    1. Hi DD,

      No question about that. It has been a fantastic journey from a humble beginning of 0.53 in dividends. When I look back, I’m just amazed to see the progress. It only shows the power of few years of discipline early in life, goes a long way to develop a snow ball machine, which gathers more snow (dividends) as it rolls faster (earnings).

      Thanks for stopping by!

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