Starting this months I will report all my dividends in euro.
Coresite Realty €5,62
National Grid €17,41
Wisdomtree Smallcap Dividend ETF €0,72
A total of €42,43
I’m at €252 out of €5.000 extra mortgage repayment above the regular repayment (5,0%)
I’m at €1.500 out of €18.000 deposits in my stock account (8,3%)
I’m at €42,43 out of €2.200 dividend received (1,9%)
Today I bought 45 shares of Amsterdam Commodities at a price of €25,35. Amsterdam Commodities N.V. (Acomo) is an international group of companies with its principal business being the trade and distribution of agricultural products.
Acomo has a yearly dividend of €1,15 at the moment. With this purchase my yearly estimated dividend income increases with €51,75. The yield on cost is 4,54%.
After the sales of 12 shares Verizon and some dividend income, I have same funds available to reinvest. The available funds I used for the purchase of 14 shares Macquarie Infrastructure Company at a price of $65,99.
I already owned 7 shares Macquarie Infrastructure Company so after this purchase I have 21 shares.
The weighted average purchase price decreased from $76,84 to $69,61. With this purchase I added an estimated yearly dividend income of $79,52 to my portfolio. The yield on cost based on a yearly dividend of $5,68 per share is 8,16%.
Today I sold 12 shares of Verizon Communications and closed my position in this stock. Based on the Q4 results published today by Verizon.
For years now both the sale and EBIT of Verizon is growing at a very slow rate. Based on the today published figures I decided to sell all my Verizon shares.
-€556,78 Purchase Price
+€20,73 Dividend Received
+€518,71 Sales Price
-€17,34 Total Result
I bought the shares at an USD price of $49,58 and sold them at an USD price of $53,15, but during the time the USD/EUR exchange rate changed during the time I owned Verizon from 1,0696 to 1,2284. This is an 13% decline.
It’s a good sample to show the impact exchange rates can have on a portfolio.
With the sales of 12 Verizon shares my estimated dividend income this year decreases with $28,32.
Today EPR Properties did announce a dividend increase from $0,34 per month to $0,36 per month. This is an increase of 5,9%. The yearly expected dividend per share is now $4,32.
I own 30 shares of EPR Properties so my yearly expected dividend increased with $7,20.
The expected yield on cost is now up from 6,35% to 6,73%.
Today Omega Healthcare did announce a dividend increase from $0,65 per quarter to $0,66 per quarter. This is an increase of 1,5%. The yearly expected dividend per share is now $2,64.
I own 53 shares of Omega Healthcare so my yearly expected dividend increased with $2,12.
The expected yield on cost is now up from 9,61% to 9,76%.
Recently Abbvie did go ex-dividend and the dividend got increased from $0,64 per quarter to $0,71 per quarter. This is an increase of 10,9%. The yearly expected dividend per share is now $2,84.
I own 15 shares of Abbvie so my yearly expected dividend increased with $4,20.
The expected yield on cost is now up from 3,93% to 4,37%.
Today Coresite Realty did go ex-dividend and the dividend got increased from $0,90 per quarter to $0,98 per quarter. This is an increase of 8,8%. The yearly expected dividend per share is now $3,92.
I own 7 shares of Coresite Realty so my yearly expected dividend increased with $2,24.
The expected yield on cost is now up from 4,18% to 4,55%.
USD dividends ~ $36,94 / €30,71
Bank of America $3,96
Coca Cola $5,55
Johnson & Johnson $3,36
Wisdomtree Smallcap Dividend ETF $4,28
Royal Dutch Shell €7,97
Think AEX ETF €6,76
Think Global Real Estate ETF €3,30
Think Morningstar High Dividend ETF €2,70
iShares MSCI Emerging Markets ETF €0,77
AUD Dividends ~ €20,51 / €13,41
Macquarie Group $20,51
A total of €74,00
Today I purchased 30 shares EPR Properties at a price of $64,22. EPR Properties is a REIT investing in Entertainment property, Recreation property and Education property. This means that EPR is specialized in investing in for example cinema complexes, golf complexes, waterparks, schools, etc.
EPR Properties is at the moment paying a monthly dividend of $0,34 per share. This is $4,08 per year and the yield on cost will be 6,35% at the current dividend level.
With this purchase I add an expected yearly dividend of $122,4 or €101,42.