NOV 2018 Buys

Another busy month of buying but not as busy as OCT  but lots of good buys with some stacking of dividends.

We will start off with…..

NOV 2 ABBV 7 shares at $79.85 for a total of $558.93 this adds $29.96 per year to my dividends.

NOV 6 APTS  35 shares at $14.08 for a total of $492.96 this adds $36.40 per year to my dividends.

NOV 6 CFFN 15 shares at $12.71 for a total of $190.65 this adds $5.01 per year to my dividends.

NOV 23 ABBV 3 shares at $85.75 for a total of $257.25 this adds $12.84 per year to my dividends.

Nov 23 MO 3 shares at $53.58 for a total of $160.73 this adds $9.60 per year to my dividends.

Nov 23 KR 7 shares at $29.76 for a  total of $208.29 this adds $3.92 per year to my dividends.

Nov 30 FDUS 62 shares at  $14.05 for a total of  $871.40 this adds $96.72

This month $2740 was spent on stocks, adding $194.45 in dividends.

Have you been buying? what have you bought or thinking of buying? Let me know in the comments below.

 

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October 2018 buys II and a Dividend Raise

Well we had  some nice buys in the first half the month and the second half of the month came. Did i buy? of course i did or i wouldn’t be writing this or would I? Since it isnt april fools i probably wouldn’t lol. Here is the report of my first buys  here

Lets see what we did

OCT 19 ABBV 3  shares at $89.41 for $268.24 adds $11.52 in dividends

Oct 19 IRM  11 shares at $32.09 for $352.94 adds 26.88 in dividends

OCT 22 ABBV 4 shares at $87.85 for $351.40 adds $15.36 in dividends

OCT 22 SJT 15 shares at $5.48 for $82.20 adds $8.13 though varies month to month

OCT 22 FLO 10 shares at $19.06 for $190.60 adds $7.20 in dividends

Oct 26 CVX 3 shares at $110.72 for $332.16 adds $13.44

OCT 26 IRM 11 shares at $30.55 for $336.03  adds 26.88 in dividends.

IRM is a new addition a little about them. Iron Mountain Incorporated is a holding company. The Company stores records, primarily physical records and data backup media, and provides information management services in various locations throughout North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia Pacific and Africa. The Company operates through five segments: North American Records and Information Management Business, North American Data Management Business, Western European Business, Other International Business, and Corporate and Other Business. The Company offers records and information management services, and data management services. The Company provides storage and information management services to legal, financial, healthcare, insurance, life sciences, energy, businesses services, entertainment and government organizations. The Company’s other services include information destruction services, information governance and digital solutions, compliant records management and consulting services, and other ancillary services.

My 11 original shares of IRM were bought at .5875 a share and soon I woke up to the news of a raised dividend by 4 percent.

BOSTON, Oct. 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Board of Directors (the “Board”) of Iron Mountain Incorporated (NYSE: IRM /ASX: INM), the storage and information management company, declared a fourth quarter cash dividend of USD $0.611 per share on the common stock of the company, payable on January 3, 2019 to shareholders of record as of the close of business on December 17, 2018. The company’s previous quarterly dividend per share was $0.5875, representing an increase of 4%, consistent with the company’s 2020 growth plan. the new dividend added 1.034 a year to that purchase. Beginning next year.

This time spent 1914.17  added 109.41 in dividends. total for the month is 4664.86 in capital spent plus an addition of 237. 89 in future dividends.

Have you bought any companies lately? Have you had any dividend raises? Let me know in the comments below.

October 2018 buys

Lots of buying going on in community and for once i didnt want to miss out and for once i didnt. I have done a lot of buying since October began, way to much to put into the dividend report for OCT.

Oct 3rd I bought 30 shares of SPKKY at $13.20 for a total of $396.00  adds  $20.56 in dividends

On OCT 5 i bought 10 shares of KR at  $29.30 for a total of $293.00  adds $5.60 in dividends

40 shares of MPW at $14.37 for a total of $574.80 adds $40.00 in dividends

On Oct 12 i bought 4 shares of KR at $26.79 for  $107.16 adds $2.24 in dividends,

2 shares of KO at $44.76 for $89.52 adds $3.12 in dividends,

10 shares of CFFN at $12.31 for $123.14 adds $3.50 in dividends,

3 shares of MAIN at $37.45 for $112.37 adds $7.02 in dividends,

5 shares of ABBV at $90.83 for $454.15  adds $19.2 in dividends,

2 shares of SBUX at $56.31 for $112.63 adds $2.88 in dividends,

15 shares of F at $8.63 for $129.40 adds $9.00 in dividends,

On OCT 15 i bought 4 shares of ABBV at $89.63 for $358.52 adds $15.36 in dividends.

All in all i spent $2750.69, New companies were MPW and ABBV to my portfolio the others were adds although small they still count. these buys totaled together will add $128.48 a year to my dividends. Have you been buying anything? Let me know in the comments.

Disclaimer: Long all stocks bought.

August Dividend Report

image My favorite time of the month is here when we start reading peoples dividend reports and see how great you guys did and compute mine so we can see how I did. This month is no exception September is here Pumpkin spice coffee is already at SBUX and is probably best thrown in the trash after you order it but none the less another month is in the books.

August was the first full month that my sharebuilder account had been transferred over to Merrill Edge. So now while its hard to say its now a  Merrill Edge account.

Along with my bigger purchase of KDP earlier in the month which I wrote about I alo purchased a smaller amount of VOD on August 20th for 5 shares with a price of $22.97 for a total of $114.85, commission free. This buy adds $8.75 to my forward dividends. Small buys count  also and I want every dollar to count so we are. smaller buys we will  describe here unless i make a few of them throughout a week.

Continue reading “August Dividend Report”

Buy #13 KDP

On Tuesday Aug  8 I made another buy.  It was KDP and it was my second buy of KDP. this becomes my 13th buy  this year.

KDP is a leading producer of 1) specialty coffee and single-serve brewing systems available in more than 20mn homes and offices in North America. Keurig has partnerships with many global coffee, tea and cocoa brands. 2) Dr Pepper is the 3rd largest carbonated beverage producer in the US with strength in flavored (non-cola) carbonated beverages. It also has a diverse portfolio of non-carb beverages. 

This buy was for 11 shares at $23.80 a share this came at a cost of $261.80. because I am a Platinum rewards member with BAC/Merrill Edge this was a free trade. At .60  Cents a share this will add $6.60 dollars a year to my dividends.

Have you bought anything lately?

Buy number 12 KDP

ON 07/18/2018 I decided to buy KDP. this was my first time buying and shortly after the merger. Keurig Dr Pepper, Inc. manufactures and markets non-alcoholic beverages. The company is headquartered in the Burlington, Massachusetts. I bought 30 shares for $24.01. the total cost was $720.23.  from what i here they will start off paying .60 cents a share  so this will add $18.00 dollars a year to my forward income. This transaction was commission free. This buy gives me 32 wonderful dividend paying companies. This becomes my 6th buy this month. Remember every dollar counts.

Have you bought anything lately?

Disclaimer: Long KDP

2018 buy #10 CIM and #11 AGNC

Made 2 small buys on July 12 2018.  next best thing to receiving dividends is buy a company  so that i get more dividends.

The first buy was CIM i bought a small portion  only 10 shares for $18.89.  I have owned this stock for awhile and have added to it over the years this buy will add $20.00 dollars a year to my dividends.

AGNC is the second buy i also bought 10 shares of it for $19.07. I have owned this stock for awhile and have added to it over the years this buy will add $21.6 dollars a year to my dividends. Both of these buys were commision free.

Both are Mreits while Capital One  classified them in the reit section. Merrill Edge classifiers them as financial. 6 in one basket half a dozen in another lol.

 

Have you bought anything lately.

Disclaimer: Long all stocks mentioned