September 2019 Dividend Review.

yall-got-any-more-of-them-dividendsYes we are done with September and onto October. While it is still hot during the day it is cooling down at night and feels great in the morning.  That is what we did was we went around the monopoly board and collected money except this money is not fake. it is the real deal and the results i have show it. Of course there are a few disappointments but that was to be expected with some of the dividend cuts and selling. As the markets turn one day up and the next day down one thing that is basically constant is the dividends hitting my dividend account. One of the goals is to be able to live off the dividends. While i could right now combined with my military retirement and disability, i am not settling and going forward and going to see how much dividend income i can accumulate before I officially call it quits and start using the dividend income.

As you can see I was paid 21 times by 21 companies. That comes out to $41.47 per company. 6 new stock and 3 sells throughout the year for this month.  Buys and re investments have helped bring this up. $870.88 is my new record and this record will continue to grow and grow and grow.

If i were to go to my Durango Joes coffee shop at 2.97 a cup times 30 is $89.01.  That would  leave me with a nice $781.78 to put towards my bills.   I am going to eventually put it all back in the stock market, I brought in 29.02 a day or $1.20 an hour on a 24 hour day this is the second month getting over $1.00.  This is a 36.40% increase over last September. Total for year now I have brought in $5295.85 which brings our total per day $19.39.  Total lifetime tracked dividends is $22,059. 85. Definitely seeing the results each month. The 12 month estimated dividend stands at $7061.13 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 $870.88 brought in this month and a total of $5295.85 I am 72.54  percent of my Bronze level goal of $7300.   I still expect to make my goal this year. My 12 month out  Prospective dividend rose from $7490.12 to $7600.12

I have been making some changes to my Portfolio,  to streamline it into a portfolio that is driven by dividend increases. The portfolio will be better in the long run because of this. The portfolio page has been updated here.

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 September 30th, 2019 I have a 12.15%  S&p 500 TR is 12.98%  increase. Increase from Jan 1st -September 30th 19.18%  S&p 500 TR is 20.55%  for the month of August it is 4.44% to 1.87%  to the S&P 500 TR.

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

August Buys and Sells

August is officially over now We are well on our way into September. What did we buy or sell?

  1. On 08/02/2019 I bought 7 shares of R for $50.05 for a total of $350.35. This will add $15.68 to my dividends.
  2. On 08/05/2019 I bought 12 shares of FDUS for $14.68 for a total of $176.12. This will add $18.72 to my dividends.
  3. On 08/05/2019 I bought 7 shares of WBA for $52.15 for a total of $365.08. This will add $12.81 to my dividends.
  4. On 08/06/2019 I bought 11 shares of FDUS for $14.53 for a total of $159.80. This will add $17.16 to my dividends.
  5. On 08/07/2019 I bought 2 shares of HBI for $14.59 for a total of $29.18. This will add $1.20 to my dividends.
  6. On 08/09/2019 I bought 2 shares of PPL for $29.61 for a total of $59.22. This will add $3.30 to my dividends.
  7. On 08/09/2019 I bought 1 shares of BAC for $28.10 for a total of $28.10. This will add $.72 to my dividends.
  8. On 08/13/2019 I bought 2 shares of PPL for $29.20 for a total of $58.40. This will add $3.30 to my dividends.
  9. On 08/14/2019 I bought 5 shares of DAL for $57.16 for a total of $285.80. This will add $8.05 to my dividends.
  10. On 08/14/2019 I bought 5 shares of LYB for $73.02 for a total of $365.11. This will add $21.00 to my dividends.
  11. On 08/23/2019 I bought 3 shares of LYB for $69.20 for a total of $207.60. This will add $12.60 to my dividends.
  12. On 08/28/2019 I bought 4 shares of PPL for $29.06 for a total of $116.22. This will add $6.60 to my dividends.
  13. On 08/30/2019 I bought 30 shares of APTS for $13.61 for a total of $408.18. This will add $31.50 to my dividends.

 

Total for the month that i added in dividends was $152.64. I dint sell any dividend stocks but i did sell 2 shares of Google on 8/29 for a total of $2,384.71 which includes the $.05 fee. Not as many transactions this month but a nice amount added to my total dividends. I still spent $2609.16.

The portfolio page has been updated here.

 

Have you had any buys or sells lately let me know in the comments.

 

Buys and sells June 19

Another busy month this month has been, reshaping my portfolio into a better one that will  be better at dividend growth through dividend raises. now lets get started.

buys

  1. On June 6th i bought 10 shares of NRZ at $15.59 for a total of $155.89. This purchase will add $20.00 to my yearly dividends.
  2. On June 7th I bought 4 shares of DUK at $87.27 for a total of $349.09. This purchase will add $14.84 to my yearly dividends.
  3. On June 7th I bought 10 shares of NRZ at $15.18 for a total of $151.75. This purchase will add $20.00 to my yearly dividends.
  4. On June 12th I bought 15 shares of HBI at $16.01 for a total of $240.09. This purchase will add $9.00 to my yearly dividends.
  5. On June 14th I bought 6 shares of NRZ at $15.50 for a total of $92.98. This purchase will add $12.00 to my yearly dividends.
  6. On June 14th I bought 6 shares of R at $55.96 for a total of $335.76. This purchase will add $12.96 to my yearly dividends.
  7. On June 17th I bought 4 shares of DAL at $55.68 for a total of $222.70. This purchase will add $5.60 to my yearly dividends.
  8. On June 17th I bought 1 shares of LYB at $85.90 for a total of $85.90. This purchase will add $4.20 to my yearly dividends.
  9. On June 18th I bought 3 shares of MO at $50.25 for a total of $150.75. This purchase will add $9.60 to my yearly dividends.
  10. On June 19th I bought 6 shares of KR at $23.70 for a total of $142.17. This purchase will add $3.36 to my yearly dividends.
  11. On June 20th I bought 7 shares of NRZ at $15.65 for a total of $109.52. This purchase will add $14.00 to my yearly dividends.
  12. On June 20th I bought 10 shares of BAC at $28.09 for a total of $280.86. This purchase will add $6.00 to my yearly dividends.
  13. On June 20th I bought 6 shares of DAL at $55.95 for a total of $335.70. This purchase will add $8.40 to my yearly dividends.
  14. On June 21st I bought 5 shares of MO at $49.59 for a total of $247.96. This purchase will add $16.00 to my yearly dividends.
  15. On June 21st I bought 4 shares of D at $77.10 for a total of $308.42. This purchase will add $14.68 to my yearly dividends.
  16. On June 24th I bought 10 shares of KDP at $29.93 for a total of $299.34. This purchase will add $6.00 to my yearly dividends.
  17. On June 25th I bought 10 shares of ABBV at $66.54 for a total of $798.48. This purchase will add $42.80 to my yearly dividends.
  18. On June 26th I bought 10 shares of GIS at $48.91 for a total of $489.13. This purchase will add $19.60 to my yearly dividends.
  19. On June 26th I bought 5 shares of MO at $47.91 for a total of $239.54. This purchase will add $16.00 to my yearly dividends.
  20. On June 27th I bought 3 shares of MO at $47.66 for a total of $142.97. This purchase will add $9.60 to my yearly dividends.
  21. On June 27th I bought 6 shares of KR at $21.36 for a total of $128.13. This purchase will add $3.84 to my yearly dividends.

 

 

This month again was a lot of buying i made 20 buys which came to a total of $5035.23. total dividends added was 268.48

Sells

On June 6th I sold all my walmart shares for $2,108.83 including a 4 cent transaction fee. On 6/20 i sold out of AZZ for a total $1,237.61 including a 3 cent transaction fee. WMT set me back  $42.40. and AZZ set me back 19.04.

So a grand total of $207.04 was added to my dividends this month. Have you had any buys? Any sells? Dividend Portfolio page has been updated here. Let me know in the comments.

 

 

March 2019 Dividends.

yall-got-any-more-of-them-dividends Marvelous March Madness dividends are in and they are good. as matter of fact they are so good i set a new record with them. That means some other months will be even better when i look at the my future dividends.

What my goal is is to build a passive income stream that pays all my bills and givves me enough left to have fun on. Right now i can pay most of my bills, I own half my house split with my mom so she pays most of the house bills but eventually i will be paying those. I want to jump ahead of the game and not have to worry if they are covered. I have my military retirement and VA disability which help out but if i just relied on that i would fall short when its my time to take over paying the house bills.

I have structured my dividends as a mix of income and future growth, so i have a good mix of stocks that are pleasently safe but as we have seen with GE and KHC and a few others companies can cut or even eliminate  their dividend at anytime. I dont own those but i have owned companies that have both cut and eliminated their dividend.  I dont believe in diversification just for diversification but to build a nice passive income stream.

As you can see this was a record month with total dividends at $699.49. I dont plan on it but most of the stocks i added to or bought till recently was not in the third quarter ending month. While i fell a little short and do i mean a little, but that might be to much maybe a smidgen short of $700 that was due to selling of stocks going back to last year of course i helped out other months UVE was sold and added to ATT and SJT and WRE were recently sold. I made up the  dividend almost in the Quarter ending month akready with a purchase of D last month. Ford the last 3 years has paid a supplemental dividend but this year did not and that is ok as  I would rather not rely on a one for long even though i have others and if another company pays me one i will not complain. I do believe this will be my last Quarter ending month under $700.00.

Slower  month for buying and 1 sell than the last few months which you can read about here .

A marvelous total of $699.49 What is not to like about this? You can compare last years results on the page and also see what percentage each dividend was. With this dividend reinvestment of PEG it now is my first stock of many hopefully that go over $800.00 so it has joined that club.

As you can see i was paid 20 times by 20 companies. That comes out to $34.97 per company. New companies D and DAL and R helped out with their first payment this month. The rest is from additional buys and some dividend reinvestment.

If i were to go to my Durango Joes coffee shop at 2.97 a cup times 31 is $92.07.  That would  leave me with a nice $607.42 to put towards my bills.   I am going to eventually put it all back in the stock market, I brought in $22.56 a day.  This is a 2.4  percent increase over last March. Total for year now I have brought in $1655.23 which brings our total per day $18.39.  Total lifetime tracked dividends is $18418.51. Definitely seeing the results each month. The 12 month estimated dividend stands at $6,620.92 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 2 of my bills, 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 $699.49 brought in this month and a total of $1655.23 I am 22.67 percent of my Bronze level goal of $7300. we put a serous dent in it but i was hoping to be closer to 25 percent there is still lots of time and I am hoping by the end of June to be at 50 percent or higher we will see. My 12 month out  Prospective dividend is now at $6978.31.

For those that like total return im 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 i through MAR 31 2019 i have a 6.65 percent S&p 500 TR is 6.51 percent increase. Increase from Jan 1st -Mar 31 13.33 percent S&p 500 TR is 13.65 percent for the month of March it is 3.1 percent to 1.94 percent to the S&P 500 TR

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

Dec 2018 Dividends

yall-got-any-more-of-them-dividends This is the best month it seems like to bring this MEME out always funny. As the winter has arrived . the stock market was down in DEC but as long as dividends are coming in it does not matter if the stock market is down, up, or sideways. Now it is time to see how much I brought in.

We once again fell just shy with $695.56 So close to $700.00 we did not hit it this year but next year we will in at least 2 month.

You can see the December buys here

As you can see i was paid 21 times by 19 companies. That comes out to $36.60 per company. CFFN paid its extra dividend in NOV instead of DEC which pushed last months up.

If i were to go to my Durango Joes coffee shop at 2.97 a cup times 31 is $92.07.  That would  leave me with a nice $603.49 to put towards my bills. But i am going to eventually put it all back in the stock market, we brought in $22.43 a day.  This is a 50.48% increase over last November. Total for year now we have brought in $5275.56 which brings our total per day $15.79. This month continued to put last years total dividend in the rear view mirror. Total lifetime tracked dividends is $16,763.28. Definitely seeing the results as our final income for this year stands at $5,953. 12 dollars for this year. The 12 month rolling estimated dividend stands at $6,616.60. 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 all my bills, 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 this month.  You can look at the past dividends page which has now been updated Past Dividends.

How was your dividend haul? Did you do better than expected? Let me know in the comments below.

December 2018 Buys

December the buy continued a little  as the markets continued to slide and it was a wild ride but the object is to get great companies at great prices.

12/06/2018 bought 12 shares of GIS for $475.32 at $39.61 a share adding $23.52 a year in dividends

12/07/2018 Bought 14 shares of KR for $406.98 at $29.07 a share adding $7.84 a year in dividends

12/10/2018 bought 14 shares of BAC for $346.92 at $24.78 a share adding $8.40 in dividends

12/17/2018 bought 15 shares of NRZ for $235.05 at $15.67 a share adding $30.00 in dividends

12/21/2018 bought 5 shares of GIS for  $200.40 at $40.08 a share adding $9.80 in dividends

12/21/2018 bought 12 shares of MGIC for $91.80 at $7.65 a share adding $3.72  in dividends

12/24/2018 bought 12 shares of KR for $320.94 at $26.75 a share adding $6.72  in dividends

12/26/2018 bought 13 shares of HBI for $152.75 at $11.75 a share adding $7.80 in dividends

 

Total  spent was $2230.16 which added to my dividends a total of $97.80 a year. while big spending will slowdown we will still see some nice buys this year. Have you bought anything lately?

HBI Buy 2

Today i pulled the trigger on another stock. That stock was HBI.

Hanesbrands Inc., a consumer goods company, designs, manufactures, sources, and sells various basic apparel for men, women, and children in the United States. The company operates through four segments: Innerwear, Activewear, Direct to Consumer, and International. It sells bras, panties, shapewears, hosiery, men’s underwear, children’s underwear, and socks; and other activewear, such as T-shirts, fleece, sport shirts, performance T-shirts and shorts, sports bras, and thermals, as well as licensed logo apparel in collegiate bookstores, mass retailers, and other channels. The company licenses its Champion name for footwear and sports accessories. It provides its products primarily under the Hanes, Champion, Maidenform, DIM, Playtex, Bali, JMS/Just My Size, Nur Die/Nur Der, Leggs, Lovable, Wonderbra, Flexees, Lilyette, Gear for Sports, Bonds, Berlei, Shock Absorber, Abanderado, Rinbros, and Zorba brand names. The company markets its products through retailers, wholesalers, and third party embellishers, as well as directly to consumers. As of December 31, 2016, it operated 252 outlet stores in the United States and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, as well as 460 retail and outlet stores internationally; and Websites under the Hanes, One Hanes Place, JMS/Just My Size, and Champion names.. The company also sells its products in Europe, Australia, Asia, Latin America, Canada, the Middle East, Africa, and the Caribbean. Hanesbrands Inc. was founded in 1901 and is headquartered in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Continue reading “HBI Buy 2”