My journey of becoming financial independence by 35 years old
Man! It’d suck being a day trader that got stuck in the middle of the whole thing. Buy high and having to always on the lookout. I’ve never been happier being a dividend growth investors. With all of those bad news in the recent months. I still manage a 65% growth in dividend vs. same month last quarter ($107.67 vs $163.3). This is the actual take-home money that I could use in retirement, without having to buy and sell like mad. This is truly passive income – do nothing and money keep flowing in, and dividends keep on raising.
The profile also increase from 2 companies to 8 companies that would diversify and decrease the risk. I’m looking to add more each month as strategy is working so far.
|05/26/15||Dividend||BMO – BANK MONTREAL QUEBEC 052615 12||$7.72|
|05/22/15||Dividend||C – CITIGROUP INC NEW 052215 100||$5.00|
|05/21/15||Dividend||COF – CAPITAL ONE FINANCIAL CORP 052115 10||$4.00|
|05/20/15||Dividend||CAT – CATERPILLAR INC 052015 10||$7.00|
|05/15/15||Dividend||O – REALTY INCOME CORP REIT 051515 50||$9.48|
|05/01/15||Dividend||T – AT & T INC 050115 30||$14.10|
|05/01/15||Dividend||DE – DEERE & CO 050115 10||$6.00|
|05/01/15||Dividend||VZ – VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS COM 050115 200||$110.00|
Total May 2015: $163.30
I’ll be busy with the rental turn over this weekend, so I thought I’d post my May dividend a little bit earlier. How’s your month go? Have you compare from same month from the last quarter to see how your dividend changes?
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