2019 September Dividend Report

September 2019 is in books and almost you can see the year end .Summer  has been brutal here in texas ,last 3 months were extremely hot .  This september i hit an high for dividends for the month of the september and i hit 4 digits for september. This month i got paid $1178 from 41 companies. Almost receiving $40 a day which is nice ,it’s like working  another 4 hrs at $10.

Finally crossed 5000 in dividends for this year and since i started tracking dividends in 2014  i have crossed 32K in  total dividends,got to see if i can cross 35k for the year 2019 and maybe 50k in total dividends received for all years since 2014. These are some high goals.

September

Big contributor for this month dividends  are from the retirement accounts.

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Biggest payee in taxable accounts is BBL,i received more than $100.

Compared to last few years this year the growth has slowed down,as i have been not investing like before.

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Compared to 2018 dividends increased by 4.9%. Other than Dividend reinvestments  no significant investments happened in this month . Waiting for the new 401K to start with the new company so i can start investing in it.

So how did everyone did in september.

4 thoughts on “2019 September Dividend Report

  1. Hi desidividend,

    Congrats! Over 1k in dividends in one month is a big achievement.
    And I see lots of good companies which I also want to add over time.

    Cheers,
    DivRider

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  2. Congrats on crossing $1,100! We crossed into that territory for the first time for our main taxable portfolio in September too. I’m hoping this cool front that’s supposed to come through Texas next week can stick around a bit. As long as we get a break from the mid to upper $90s though I’ll be happy.

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