More Dividends Update from June 2017


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Welcome back readers. I hope that everyone had a great month of June. As well all know, the end of a quarter is always the best month for dividend investors and this month proved to be no different. This month set a new record high for me. Plus I added some shares to the portfolio. Several companies announced dividend increases for stocks that I am holding. I managed to get a few extra post on the blog this month as well.

So all an all it turned out to be a pretty good month. I have had a small hiccup receiving one of my dividends from the transfer of stock from Loyal3. I will detail this more when I find out some more information about it.

With all of this being said, lets go ahead and give the update for the month.

Additions

During June, I did add a little to a couple of positions.

Hormel (HRL) – 2 shares – adds $1.48 to my projected annual dividend income

Kroger (KR) – 6 shares – adds $0.75 to my projected annual dividend income

These were a couple of small additions but I was willing to do it since I was able to buy them with no trade fees.

Dividends Received

**NEW RECORD MONTH**

Bank of America (BAC) – $5.12 – Reinvested

Emerson Electric (EMR) – $4.92 – Reinvested

Flowers Foods (FLO) – $5.59 – Reinvested

Kroger (KR) – $1.20

Microsoft (MSFT) – Pending

Southern Company (SO) – $6.13 – Reinvested

Stag Industrial (STAG) – $1.28

Target (TGT) – $11.02 – Reinvested

Wells Fargo (WFC) – $3.88 – Reinvested

Wal Mart (WMT) – $5.28 – Reinvested

Exxon Mobil (XOM) – $10.60 – Reinvested

June was the last month of Q2 and accounted for $61.74 of my 2017 Dividend Income.

So far my dividends received looks like this

MoreDividends Income June 2017

Dividends Received By Year

As we can see here I have had some great year over year growth. 106.14% is no laughing matter. Hopefully I can continue this kind of growth in the future.

Dividend Income June 2017

Portfolio Allocation

My recent small additions were not large enough to really effect my portfolio allocation. So any small changes that have happened are probably more influenced by the fluctuations in the market. I am currently looking to add a position that will make an impact on my portfolio allocation but have not pulled the trigger on it yet. Look for a future post about it 😉

More Dividends Portfolio Allocation June 2017

Current Portfolio

Here is a snapshot of what my current portfolio looks like. No major changes to really report. Just the few shares that I added plus the dividends that were reinvested. Look for more changes to this in the future 😉

More Dividends Portfolio June 2017


MoreDividends.com Articles

Here are the articles that I posted on here during June.

More Dividends Update from May 2017
Dividend Increase – Target ( TGT )
The Ultimate Dividend Playbook by Morningstar Inc and Josh Peters
Dividend Increase – Kroger (KR)
Dividend Increase – General Mills ( GIS )
Dividend Increase – Wells Fargo ( WFC )
Dividend Increase – Bank Of America ( BAC )

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Conclusion

June turned out to be a pretty interesting month for me. I set a new record high for dividends received. I was able to put out a couple of extra posts because of Dividend Increases. I will update everyone in a more detailed post on why my Microsoft dividend is pending. Plus I have some additions coming soon and some other interesting articles planned for the month to come. I always love doing these monthly updates because it allows me to keep in touch with where my portfolio is at. I hope that all of you enjoy them like I do.

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