Friday, May 5, 2017

APRIL 2017 - DIVIDENDS RECEIVED


Below is a recap of the dividends/partnership distributions that we received from our family's dividend stocks portfolio –  APRIL 2017 (recap).

DIVIDENDS

During the past month, our family received dividends/partnership distributions from a total of 12 companies/ETFs/Partnerships!! The total monies received from those 12 companies/ETFs/Partnerships was: $314.29

Below is a breakdown of the dividends/partnership distributions received this past month:


WELLS FARGO INVESTMENT ACCOUNT:
4/03/17 - BPY (Brookfield Property Partners): $3.96
4/03/17 - WMT (Walmart Stores Inc): $20.91
4/03/17 - TIS (Orchids Paper Products Co): $17.50
4/03/17 - GPC (Genuine Parts Co): $3.38
4/04/17 - BPY (Brookfield Property Partners): $6.88
4/17/17 - WPC (W.P. Carey Inc): $5.97
4/17/17 - VER (Vereit Inc): $61.88

4/17/17 - OXY (Occidential Petroleum Corp): $15.20
4/17/17 - ARI (Apollo Commercial RE Finance Inc): $97.66
4/25/17 - GE (General Electric Co): $6.00
4/26/17 - ORCL (Oracle Corp
): $2.09
4/26/17 - BNS (Bank of Nova Scotia): $8.41

EDWARD JONES INVESTMENT ACCOUNT:
4/26/17 - CMCSA (Comcast Corp): $64.45

OVERALL DIVIDENDS TOTAL THIS MONTH: $314.29


In case you interested, our family's dividend stocks portfolio 
may be found by clicking on the link below:

19 comments:

  1. AFFJ -

    Nice job crossing over $300+! What's wild - I don't own a single one of those above, which is crazy to think that! Congrats and keep tackling your finances.

    -Lanny

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    1. Thanks. I guess that just means that either I need to pick up some companies that you own, you need to pick up some of these, or both. haha

      Hope to find some similarities eventually. Regards, AFFJ

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    2. With so many great dividend companies out there and our own risk reward profile, the 4th options is that neither of u need to own each other stocks.

      Either way though, congratulations on the dividends, keep them coming.

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  2. Very nice income overall, $300 a month is nothing to scoff at! Well done

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    1. Thank you. $300 a month is definitely making it a little easier to grow those forward dividends. πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸΌ

      Appreciate you stopping by. AFFJ

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  3. Solid total for the month of April. Always nice to see a couple names in common paying us. Looks like ARI did the heavy lifting in April. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks Keith. Hoping to continue the momentum. As for ARI, I do owe a lot to this workhorse. But thinking of selling a few soon to capture some profits and use in another sector. πŸ‘πŸΌ

      Best wishes my friend. Affj

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  4. Great month. I'm curious though why do you have 2 different payments this month fem brookfield property?

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    1. Thanks. To be honest, I'm not sure why it was split into two dividend payments but the payout was still equal to .295/per share as anticipated.

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  5. $300 a month is great. Love that it is coming from so many sources! The majority of mine are concentrated in just a few this month. Will have to work on that for the future!

    Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks. We are proud of what we've built so far but still have a way to go πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸΌ AFFJ

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  6. Good month! You may want to research Orchids since they announced a dividend suspension this week.

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    1. Thanks Charlie. We saw that TIS has decided to stop paying dividends for awhile to pay upcoming debt obligations. I guess I won't be reporting those dividends for a few quarters or more. haha AFFJ

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  7. Great job AFFJ! Every month you're moving in the right direction. Slow and steady right??

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    1. Thanks PID. Yes, slow and steady! And preferably with no more dividends cuts and more raises! πŸ˜‰ AFFJ

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  8. Another solid month. Congrats! Slow and consistent :) WTG

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    1. Thanks. Loving the consistent dividends coming from our dividend stocks portfolio. AFFJ

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    1. Thank you very much πŸ™πŸΌπŸ’―

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