Sunday, December 28, 2014

Dividend Income - November and December 2014

Sorry for not getting the November dividends post out, but here it is as well as Decembers. 

November 2014 Dividends Received:

  • Realty Income Corp. (O) - $4.03
  • Deere & CO INC. (DE) - $16.80
  • American Rlty Cap. PPTYS (ARCP) - $19.25
  • Clorox Company (CLX) - $11.10
  • Kinder Morgan Inc (KMI) - $49.28
  • Procter & Gamble Company (PG) - $9.65
  • Caterpillar Inc (CAT) - $9.80

  • Total dividends for the month of November: $119.91

    December 2014 Dividends Received:

  • Realty Income Corp. (O) - $4.03
  • American Rlty Cap. PPTYS (ARCP) - $19.25
  • McDonald Corp (MCD) - $10.20
  • Chevron Corp (CVX) - $21.40
  • International Business Machines (IBM) - $6.60
  • Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM) - $8.97
  • Aflac Inc. (AFL) -$9.75
  • BP plc (BP) - $48.00
  • Target Corp (TGT) - $22.88
  • Ensco (ESV) - $63.00
  • Wells Fargo & Co. (WFC) - $9.80
  • The Coca-Cola Co. (KO) - $21.35

  • Total dividends for the month of December: $245.23

    WOW I passed $200 in a single month for the first time. That right there can cover my total expense for my car.

    One of my many Goals is to receive $2,000 in dividends for this year.

    With this year dividend completed. I received a total of $1,614.61 of dividends. WOW!!

    This put me at 80%. I did not reach my goal for total dividend for the year, but that's OK. As long as I am trying has hard as I can to save and invest the money, I will be heading in the right direction.

    Don't forget to check out my Dividend Income page which shows the total income by month.

    This month I also made a sell and two buys. Keep a look out for those posts as well as a 2014 in review and a 2015 goal.

    Thanks for reading and commenting. 


    1. FFD,

      Nice work crossing $200 for the first time! Do you reinvest your dividends or simply hold them in cash and purchase the next stock with it? Great work and you'll have a great 2015 year without a doubt - great sounding dividend paying stocks in that portfolio. Good luck!


      1. Thanks Lenny, I reinvest it right away. I pick the company that I feel undervalue at the time. The posts that are title "FRIP Purchase" are buys that are only with dividends and it is commission free.

        Thanks for commenting.

    2. Dont let not reaching your goal discourage you. Keep working at it. Good luck with your 2015 goals!

    3. Nice job FFD! It's pretty great to see your dividend income graph steadily climb upwards! Keep it up!
      I see you've been fripping a bit BP. I might take a look at CAT and WFC as well, I don't know them that well.

      Good luck with your 2015 goals! I'm still sort of figuring mine out as my estimates have been fairly conservative because I underestimated some of the wonderful dividend growth these stocks go through as well as the added effect of the reinvestment of dividends. It's like you can almost see the compounding.

    4. Nice Job, keep up the great work. $200 is a real accomplishment. I hit that level a couple months ago and this month hope to hit $300 for the first time.

    5. Whew, heck of a 2014! Love that pop of December income and with all of the capital you've been able to contribute, you'll see a great 2015. Just think how far you've come in the last year and a half. Pretty sweet!

    6. That's a great performance for 2014 even though you didn't make your goal. 80% is a great accomplishment ... keep up the good work and good luck for 2015.

    7. Congrats FF! I am a bit behind with $120 of dividends this month. What a thrill to see them grow every quarter....
      I wish you all the best in 2015 and will keep following your great posts.


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