Amsterdam Commodities decreases final dividend with €0,10

Amsterdam Commodities (Acomo) announced a decrease of their final dividend from €0,70 to €0,60. As a result my yearly estimated dividend income is decreasing by €4,50.

The full year dividend is now €1,00 instead of €1,10.

The net profit declined from €32.5 to €31.1 mainly due to the increase of declining commodities prices.

Yield on cost will now be 3,94%. This is the first dividend decrease this year. I keep Acomo in my portfolio as the change in net profit is modest. Nevertheless I will be cautious with the next profit report to monitor if I need to change my position from ‘hold’ to sell.

Aegon adds €0.01 to their half year dividend

Aegon announced an increase of their half year dividend from €0,14 to €0,15. This is an increase of 7,1%.

I have 270 shares Aegon. As a result my yearly estimated dividend income increased by €5,40.

Due to the increased dividend my yield on cost will be 5,77%.

Aegon is the 14th company in which I own shares which is increasing their dividend in 2019.

l’Oreal Increases Yearly Dividend with €0,30

Yesterday l’Oreal announced an increase of their yearly dividend from €3,55 to €3,85. This is an increase of their dividend by 8,5%.

I own 6 shares so my yearly estimated dividend income is increasing with €1,80. My yield on cost is now 2,22%.

l’Oreal is already the 12th company increasing their dividend payment this year.

ING Bank Dividend +1 cent

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During the presentation of 2018 numbers ING announced an increase of their final dividend from €0,43 to €0,44. As a result the annual dividend over 2018 will increase to €0,68.

As a result of this dividend increase my yearly estimated dividend income will increase with €2,00.

ING is the 10th company in which I own stocks who communicated an increase of their dividends.

After the dividend increase the yield on cost of my ING shares will be 6,08%.

Simon Property Group adds $0,05 to their quarterly dividend

Simon Property Group announced an increase of their quarterly dividend from $2,00 to $2,05.

I own 16 shares of Simon Property Group so the dividend increase results in $3,20 additional dividend income per year.

Due to the dividend increase the yield on cost of Simon Property Group is 4,99%.

January 2019 Dividend Report

Monthly Report January:

In January I received €140,32 in dividend payments. Previous year in January I received €42,43 so my dividend income is up 231%.

The first month of the year is never a big dividend income month for me. Actually normally January is the lowest dividend income month for me, but this year probably February will be the lowest month, because I expect €123,86 next month.

This month I received payments from 7 companies. Dividend payments from Wereldhave, Altria and Coresite Realty are responsible for over 50% of my income this month.

Dividend Income – €140,32:

Wereldhave47,88
Altria Group23,72
Coresite Realty19,31
National Grid18,01
Bank of Nova Scotia17,95
EPR Properties9,80
Brown-Forman B3,65

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Dividend Changes:

2019 Target Status:

  • I’m at €1.200 out of €14.400 deposit target (8,3%)
  • I’m at €140,32 out of €3.500 dividend received target (4,0%)