April & May 2017 Dividends

Playing some catch up here is the DFG dividends for the past 2 months.  April is very slow with only 4 companies handing some hard earned money over to me.  I believe a few of them were supposed to be last month but were bumped to April.  The grand total for that month was a solid $19.23.

On the other hand May turns the table and delivers 10 dividend stocks helping me to FI.  All of them total a generous $310.44 which will be reinvested in a company once I get my watch list created.

Company
Symbol
Held In
 Dividend
Amount Received
April Notes
Coca Cola
KO
IRA

9.25

Canadian Natural Resources
CNQ
Taxable

0.62

Coca Cola
KO
Taxable

0.74

General Electric
GE
Taxable

0.97

Walmart
WMT
Taxable

7.65







Company
Symbol
Held In
 Dividend
Amount Received
May Notes
Verizon
VZ
Taxable
 $           0.578
1.17

Donegal Group
DGICA
Taxable
 $           0.140
0.28
1% increase
Proctor & Gamble
PG
Taxable
 $           0.690
0.69
3% increase
Alliance Holdings Group
AHGP
Taxable
 $           0.550
0.55

Caterpillar
CAT
Taxable
 $           0.770
0.78

Span America Medical Systems
SPAN
IRA
 $           0.160
3.84

Caterpillar
CAT
IRA
 $           0.770
19.43

Bowl America
BWLA
IRA
 $           0.155
51.6

Verizon
VZ
IRA
 $           0.578
6.64

Proctor & Gamble
PG
IRA
 $           0.690
34.75
3% increase
Abbvie
ABBV
IRA
 $           0.640
32.27

Universal Corp
UVV
IRA
 $           0.540
27.24

Verizon
VZ
IRA
 $           0.578
69.9

AT&T
T
IRA
 $           0.490
61.3


The total accumulated dividends was higher in April and May than the previous year.  This shows the right trajectory for where I want to be in a few years when I start my retirement job.


Happy investing,
DFG

Comments

  1. Very nicely done, the graphs and tables make it really easy to follow along. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thanks BHL. I am a visual learner as well. I do read allot too but pictures and diagrams tell a good story.

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  2. Loving the graphical representation of your results, thank you for posting!

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    1. Thanks Robot. I used to have them in Excel online but got lazy and just tooks a screenshot this month.

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  3. Awesome job keep that trajectory going upwards

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