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More Dividends Update from February 2021




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Long time no see readers. I have missed a few months worth of updates because I have been spending more of my off time traveling to different places. Lately, I have been staying some what local but I see the travels spreading out more and more.

It is nice to know that while I am out playing that my portfolio will continue to work for me.

February didn’t start off as a great month for me when I first began investing but since that time it has really taken on a life of it’s own.

With continued growth and the dividends being reinvested, it will be very interesting to see how the growth will continue.

Let’s take a look at how the portfolio has performed during the month of February!

Dividends Received

February has become a great month for me. Years ago when I first started investing this seemed to be one of my weaker months. Since that time, I have built up a nice arsenal of stocks that pay dividends during the month of February. I have never bought any stocks based on when they pay their dividend.

Let’s have a look at what companies paid me a dividend this month.

Apple (APPL) – $1.72- Reinvested

General Mills (GIS) – $9.93 – Reinvested

JP Morgan Chase (JPM) – $13.88

Realty Income (O) – $8.35 – Reinvested

Omega Healthcare Investors (OHI) – $30.96 – Reinvested

Procter & Gamble (PG) – $5.92 – Reinvested

AT&T (T) – $44.35 – Reinvested

WestRock (WRK) – $3.28 – Reinvested

iShares National Muni Bond ETF (MUB) – $0.55 – Reinvested

February was the second month of Q1 and accounted for $118.94 of my 2021 Dividend Income.

In total during 2021, I have earned $207.01 in dividend income!

So far my dividends received looks like this

MoreDividends Income February 2021
MoreDividends Income February 2021 - 2

Dividends Received By Year

Despite how much growth I have seen during February, this month continues to produce a large 33.3% growth year over year. A lot of this was attributed to the strengthen of the position in ATT. Unless some more stocks were added I will not look to continue with this kind of growth.

Dividend Income February 2021
Dividend Income February 2021-2
Dividend Income February 2021-3

Portfolio Allocation

Small shifts in the portfolio allocation can all be attributed to shifts in the markets. It has been pretty consistent for a good number of months now.

More Dividends Portfolio Allocation February 2021

Current Portfolio

I love how the current portfolio is positioned. It is still well diversified and if I sold everything I would still see over a 30% return on my money mot even taking into account all of the dividends that have compounded in the portfolio!

More Dividends Portfolio February 2021

MoreDividends.com Articles

Here are the 4 articles that I posted on MoreDividends.com during September from oldest to newest.

4 Ways You Can Start to Grow Your Company’s Business Credit in 2021
Genuine Parts Increases Their Dividend by 3.2% In 2021
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Coca Cola Increases Their Dividend by 2.4% In 2021

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Conclusion

This turned out to be a good solid month. I was rewarded with a nice stream of dividend income. All of the money was reinvested back into some more stock. ATT has proved to be a great dividend payer since I am able to acquire more than a whole share every time it pays me a dividend.

Building up solid positions will only help me grow this portfolio even quicker.

I have some more new adventures to tell you about in some of my upcoming post.

As always I look forward to reading all of your comments and questions, until then….. happy investing!

-Jason from MoreDividends.com



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