October dividends are in the barn. Queue up the bringing in the harvest metaphors right along with pumpkin spice everything. October holds the honor of my best dividend payout month. And sure enough, this October produced my best one month total yet. I haven’t broken the lofty three figure barrier yet. I’ll get over that hurdle next October. Although, sneaky December might take the prize. More to come on that….in my December post of course.Continue reading “Dividend Builder – October 2020”
The month of September was not prolific in the traditional dividend department. September did provide the setting for a perk, an adventure, a life dividend. My family and I took advantage of mandatory remote work and we hit the road for a three week, 2,400 mile road trip.Continue reading “Dividend Builder – September 2020”
It’s not as bad as the picture of my chart looks. I promise. That being said, September was quite a month for my trading. I tried some new things, fell flat on my face, and realized I’m going to take my trading in whole different direction going forward. Overall, I ended the month in the red, but I couldn’t be more excited about it.Continue reading “2020: September”
With several of my holdings showing no sign of recovery, and feeling inspired to be more selective with my choices, in August I made some large adjustments to my dividend portfolio.
In my M1 Finance account, I had one pie that was made up of several Global X ETF’s. They were higher yield, but as the ETF’s themselves didn’t seem to be as well established, they didn’t bounce back with the rest of the market over the summer. I decided to cut my losses on them and move the money to more reliable dividend earners.
The other major change I made was moving several REIT’s from Dividend Stocks pie to my REIT specific pie. It wasn’t a change that necessarily had to happen, but it’s one of those little things that makes my brain happier.
Now, on to the dividend earnings report!Continue reading “Joseph’s Dividends: August”
The dividends of August are a mild bunch. Not only are they mild, they are a small group too. My three monthly payers, Horizon Technology (HRZN), Realty Income (O), and Stag Industrial (STAG), made their regular appearance. The heavy hitter, batting cleanup and driving in the most funds, is the embattled MLP, Energy Transfer (ET).Continue reading “Dividend Builder – August 2020”