My favorite post to write each month. 🙂 This is when I get to share all my dividend income for the previous month. These dividends are what I’ll eventually use to live off of when I become financially independent.
Here is April’s dividend income from my 3 stock investment accounts: Roth IRA, Loyal3, and Taxable Brokerage. I automatically reinvest all dividends in my Roth and selectively reinvest dividends in my other accounts.
Coca-Cola (KO): $4.33-reinvested into .111 shares @ $38.79 per share.
Realty Income (O): $2.81-reinvested into .067 shares @ $41.67 per share.
General Electric (GE): $5.81-reinvested into .217 shares @ $26.77 per share.
Coca-Cola (KO): $4.56
Wal-Mart (WMT): $0.96
Altria (MO): $3.36
Philip Morris (PM): $5.64
Realty Income (O): $19.89
General Electric (GE): $1.76
April Total: $49.12. Not nearly as much as last month but still a huge improvement over the $5.85 I received last April. With 1/3 of the year down I’ve received $220.24 which puts me behind in reaching my goal of $1000 this year. I guess I underestimated how much I was going to be able to increase my dividend total this year, huh? 😉 Oh, well, as long as I am making progress.
Full Disclosure: I am long KO, O, GE, WMT, MO, and PM. This post is not intended to be a buy or sell recommendation on any stock mentioned and is designed to be used for educational/entertainment purposes only. Only you are responsible for your investing and I always encourage you to conduct your own research prior to investing. Please see my disclaimer page for more information.
How was your April for dividend income? Do you have any dividend income goals you are trying to reach this year?