Last month of the quarter, the favorite of most dividend income investors. Most companies pay during the period and that means the most income! As it stands, this is still true for me, so a big month is in the books. Time to look into the results.
Steady climb across the portfolio as almost all holdings are up since last year. Biggest increase coming from Wells Fargo and an increase in my Ford investment. 12% is nice increase for an account that I do not add capital to, merely selectively investing my dividends.
12-month dividends for this account are now $2,592.71 after ending last month at $2,577.41. More raises slowly adding to my forward income. This account isn’t too far away from snowballing in a bigger way.
Rolling over my old 401k has been a blast this year, as almost all my months have seen about 60% growth over last year. That won’t last forever, but it’s made this account a lot more fun to track.
Forward 12-month dividends for this account are now $2,216.43 after ending August at $2,226.04. I have some capital ready to deploy in this account, so some changes will be coming next month. Hopefully I get closer to $200 in December.
Brokerage account is getting ready to go for real now. I’m trying to put $1,500-$2,000 a month into this account over the next couple of months. Hopefully I can find some good values to put it to.
Forward 12-month dividends for this account are now $1,129.64 in comparison to $1,040.76 at the end of August. Nice little increase of almost $100 to my forward income. Can’t wait to set up my goals for this account in 2020.
In total, my dividend income for the month of September 2019 was $548, up 32.7% from my September 2018 total of $413. Second straight month of over $500 a month. This an only mean a $600 month is coming soon for the first time.
Forward dividend income now sits at $5,938.78 up from $5,844.21 for a total increase of $94.57, or 1.6%. A forward income of $6,000 is undoubtedly coming as I write up my October income report. Great way to close out the year.