Dividend report February 2018

In February I received €86,53 in dividends:

AbbVie €8,51
Apple €5,03
EPR Properties €8,63
Iberdrola €12,08
Omega Healthcare €27,95
Royal Bank of Canada €5,85
Simon Property Group €12,79
Verizon €5,68

I’m at €300 out of €5.000 extra mortgage repayment above the regular repayment (6,0%)
I’m at €4.200 out of €18.000 deposits in my stock account (23,3%)
I’m at €128,96 out of €2.200 dividend received (5,9%)

Buy 8 Unibail-Rodamco
Buy 21 Macquarie Infrastructure Company
Buy 35 Wereldhave
Sell 11 Think Global Real Estate UCITS ETF
Sell 15 Think Morningstar High Dividend UCITS ETF
Buy 10 Unilever
Sell 30 Elior
Buy 3 l’Oreal
Sell 20 iShares MSCI Emerging Markets UCITS ETF
Buy 10 Royal Bank of Canada

I have a bit too many positions in my portfolio which are relatively small, because when I started investing I often bought 2 or 3 different companies a month to spread my money. This month I closed some relatively small positions and invested the money back in some medium sized positions.

3 thoughts on “Dividend report February 2018”

  1. Looks like you had a busy month. Lots of activity. I am happy to finally receive my first dividend payment from ABBV. Looks like they are paying you nicely as well. Keep it up!

  2. As the comment above mentioned… a very busy month for you. That’s a lot of buying and selling. I don’t like to buy and sell a lot. Generally, the more you touch your portfolio the more it tends to under perform. If you like a stock for a particular reason and it goes down it might be a good idea to simply hold on to it or average down. Still, you managed a nice passive income for the month. Keep up the good work.

  3. I Indeed had a busy month. I tend to do just 1 or 2 transactions a month, but in Feb I did decide to sell a few small positions which I build up when I started buying shares. When I started investing I did split up my monthly deposit in 3 different share purchases to keep my portfolio spread over different sectors and companies.

    Now I sold the companies which are low on my watchlist and which would stay small in size. I reinvested the money in some medium sized positions.

    I will now be back to 1 or 2 transactions a month probably.

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