June Dividend Report 2018

Monthly Report June:

This month I received €222,43 in dividends compared to €53,59 last year. This is an increase of 315%!

Mainly new positions increased my dividend income this month. With Royal Dutch Shell, Enbridge, Think AEX ETF and Dominion Energy responsible for over 60% of my dividend.

This month I did use my monthly deposit to buy 12 shares AbbVie and 5 shares McDonalds. With the purchase of 12 shares AbbVie, AbbVie is now the largest position in my portfolio. So I did not open any new positions, but only increased current positions I have.

I ended the month with a portfolio value of €57.065.

Dividend Income – €222,43:

– Royal Dutch Shell €48,13
– Enbridge €39,92
– Think AEX UCITS ETF €24,44
– Dominion Energy €21,61
– Aegon €16,80
– DSM €16,51
– Johnson & Johnson €11,43
– Monmouth REIT €11,00
– EPR Properties €9,32
– Unilever €7,74
– Boeing €5,87
– McDonalds €5,23
– Bank of America €4,43

Transactions:
– Purchase 12 shares AbbVie @ $96,40
– Purchase 5 shares McDonalds @ $162,82

Dividend Changes:

2018 Target Status:
I’m at €11.900 out of €18.000 deposit target (66,1%)
I’m at €1.154,63 out of €2.200 dividend received target (52,5%)
I’m at €5.400 out of €5.000 extra mortgage repayments (target reached)

5 thoughts on “June Dividend Report 2018”

  1. Congrats on the great month IWD! That growth rate is freaking sweet and you are doing an excellent job progressing towards knocking out your goals. Keep up the great work and keep on hustling in 2018.

    Bert

    1. Thanks! New additions to my portfolio are helping me achieving a high growth rate especially, because I increased my REIT exposure after REIT shares did take a hit due to interest fears. For now it helps, but it inflates the growth rate a bit in the positive way.

    1. Thanks! I’m always looking for more decent euro shares to add, because I’m overweighted in $. It’s always a challenge for me to keep a balanced porftolio, because it’s much easier to find information and good analysis about American shares I tend to be slightly overweighted in dollars.

      1. That’s absolutely true! I made myself a little research about 100 largest Europe’s companies about their EPS and dividend history starting year 2005. From the list I managed to create my wishlist of euro shares.

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