More Dividends Update From September 2017


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Welcome back readers. I hope that everyone had a very pleasant month of September. During the month, I was preparing to make a purchase but before I pulled the trigger, the stock that I was watching started a big rally. So despite me still really liking the company, I just don’t like the price that I would have to pay now. With this being said, unfortunately I did not make any new purchases during the month of September. I did however have a new record breaking month for me which I am thrilled about.

Yesterday when I went on the More Dividends Facebook page, I was pleasantly surprised to find out that my blog had been listed as a Top 100 Dividend blog which was great news. There are a lot of great blogs listed so I was very happy with being listed as #44. In celebration of this achievement I have decided to put a badge for this award at the bottom of the page.

Thank you to everyone who is on this journey with me! Now let’s check out how we did during the month of September.

Additions

During September, despite having a lot of interest there were no purchases made during the month. Hopefully I will be able to find some good opportunities during the coming month.

Dividends Received

**NEW RECORD MONTH**

Archer Daniel Midland (ADM) – $3.84 – Reinvested

Bank of America (BAC) – $8.21 – Reinvested

Emerson Electric (EMR) – $4.96 – Reinvested

Flowers Foods (FLO) – $5.64 – Reinvested

Kroger (KR) – $2.00

Microsoft (MSFT) – $3.51 – Reinvested

Pfizer (PF) – $6.79 – Reinvested

Southern Company (SO) – $6.20 – Reinvested

Stag Industrial (STAG) – $1.29

Target (TGT) – $11.50 – Reinvested

Wells Fargo (WFC) – $4.01 – Reinvested

Wal Mart (WMT) – $5.32 – Reinvested

Exxon Mobil (XOM) – $10.70 – Reinvested

September was the last month of Q3 and accounted for $73.93 of my 2017 Dividend Income.

So far my dividends received looks like this

MoreDividends Income September 2017

Dividends Received By Year

All my stocks paid out more this year except for MSFT because of having sold off a partial share during a transfer. Plus I own a few more companies this year than I did last year.

Dividend Income September 2017

Portfolio Allocation

With no new additions there isn’t much movement in the allocation of my capital. Lets take a look at the breakdown.

More Dividends Portfolio Allocation September 2017

Current Portfolio

With nothing but reinvested dividends affecting the portfolio there hasn’t been a big change. I am still very happy with the current positions that I hold and am hoping to maybe find some new opportunities soon.

More Dividends Portfolio September 2017


MoreDividends.com Articles

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

More Dividends Update from August 2017
Dividend Increase – Microsoft (MSFT)

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Conclusion

Now hasn’t that been a great month. The lack of current contributions is not holding back my portfolio. I am still currently seeing some great year over year growth. Hopefully some new investing opportunities will present themselves soon. Until then I will continue to let my dividends reinvest and continue to grow my portfolio.

I am so proud of recently being recognized as one of the webs Top 100 Dividend blogs. Be sure to check out the bottom of the page to check out the recently added badge.

I appreciate everyone who sticks around and reads my blog posts. It is so inspiring to me when I read all of your words of encouragement.

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


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