January 2019 – Dividend Buys & Dividend Income
Dividend Growth Investing can be fun and entertaining, why do Investors choose to invest in Dividend Stocks over anything else?
When writing this, it will be my second year having started up a Roth IRA over on M1 Finance and can already see the snowball effect dividends are having on the portfolio.
Let’s go ahead and cover January’s Buys & Dividend Payout.
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What Stocks Paid Out:
|TOTAL DIVIDEND INCOME||$37.82|
What Stocks Did I Buy:
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|14Jan19||Shares||Buy Price||Annual Income|
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|28Jan19||Shares||Buy Price||Annual Income|
As shown above, every week this month I added $115.38 for a total of $576.90 of new equity going into the market. I used the new equity as well as re-invested dividends to increase my annual income going forward by $22!
Dividend Stock Increases?
Consolidated Edison, Inc. increased their yearly dividend from $2.86 to $2.96, an increase of roughly or $.10 or 3.50% Per Share. The Dividend Increase along with monthly buys improved dividend income from $8.69 to $12.60 going forward.
Kimberly Clark Corp increased their yearly dividend from $4.00 to $4.12, an increase of roughly $.12 or 3.00% Per Share. The Dividend Increase improved dividend income from $19.07 to $19.65 going forward.
Increase Over Last Year?
I had just funded the Roth IRA in January of 2018, so I had not received Dividend Income in this portfolio.
This is an increase of 200% compared to dividends received in January 2018 which was $0.
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