June 19 Dividends

yall-got-any-more-of-them-dividends Well its time to report my dividend recieved for the Jolting June dividends. The bad news is I did not hit $700.00. Guess you will have to wait to see the good news.

If you have read this far you know now the good news is that i completely jumped the $700 figure and landed at $839.59, which now stands an impressive record month.

Busy month for buying and selling which you can read about here.

As you can see i was paid 24 times by 23 companies. That comes out to $34.98 per company. 6 new stocks  helped with this month. Then other buys and re investments have helped make up the difference.

If i were to go to my Durango Joes coffee shop at 2.97 a cup times 30 is $89.1.  That would  leave me with a nice $750.49 to put towards my bills.   I am going to eventually put it all back in the stock market, I brought in $27.98 a day.  This is a 20.08 percent increase over last June. Total for year now I have brought in $3470.99 which brings our total per day $19.17.  Total lifetime tracked dividends is $20234.27. Definitely seeing the results each month. The 12 month estimated dividend stands at $6941.98 based on this month, through the end of 2019. You can see the results after time a mix of dividend reinvestment and adding on my own has helped this tremendously. This month would pay 3 of my bills with a little left over, but when i inherit the house i will have more so i want to be able to cover most of those also. Looking at the chart you can see what percentage of  dividend was from each company this month.  You can look at the past dividends page which has now been updated Past Dividends.

With $839.59 brought in this month and a total of $3470.99 I am 47.54 percent of my Bronze level goal of $7300. This month put  some dent in it I was hoping to be at 47 percent percent by this month and i was. This quarter it will probably drop a little before surging back in Quarter 4, I still expect to make my goal this year. My 12 month out  Prospective dividend rose from $6822.34 to 6941.98

I will be making some changes to my Portfolio, not all at once but over time to streamline it into a portfolio that is driven by dividend increases. This will take time and will have some sells and hard decisions. but in the end i will have a better portfolio.

For those that like total return I am  gonna start including it in here, I myself just care about the dividends but some like the total return

Since June 18 when i first moved my money  through April 30, 2019 i have a 8.11%  S&p 500 TR is 11.10%  increase. Increase from Jan 1st -June  30 14.88%  S&p 500 TR is 18.54%  for the month of June it is 6.11% to 7.05%  to the S&P 500 TR.

Also on a side note this month was my first month earning over $1.00. I earned$1.16 on 24 hour pay scale. Onward $2.00.

How was your month? Let me know in the comments below.

Author: dividendsandhobbies

A Christian first and foremost. I love to invest fish grow a garden etc.

17 thoughts on “June 19 Dividends”

  1. You’re killing it Doug! June is always a strong month for my portfolio as well. Keep doing what you’re doing and we’ll both achieve our goals in no time!

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    1. Yes it is huge and i keep dripping it. others are catching up slowly and surely. and someday i expect it not to be the biggest dividend but it will be for at least another quarter lol. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.


  2. Congrats on passing that $700 mark you were hoping for. You passed it well. Seems like your portfolio is rocking along. As you pointed out we finally have a common stock for the month. So many ways to earn that passive income.

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  3. Congrats on the record month, Doug! Love that you skipped the $700s.
    Even though it appears you are behind on reaching your goals at the half way point of the year, you sound very confident you are going to do what it takes to achieve them. I like it.
    That XOM dividend is impressive as well at over $100. I hope to reach that level with XOM sometime in the next year or two, maybe sooner if I sneak in a small purchase.

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    1. Thanks I like the pie chart also it gives me an idea of how much and little each stock is. LOL Glad i finally passed the the $700.00 marek and into the $800.00. thanks for stopping by and commenting.


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