Dividend Income






Cory
20170701

24 comments:

  1. There is shift towards dividend focus in 2013. There is still more work to do.

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  2. thanks ... still not half of yours. Will be next year GOAL !

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  3. Alright ! The year ended with $28,940. That's translate to $2,412 monthly dividend.

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  4. Q1 2014 is a little slower due to divestment of some reits to lesser leverage stocks. Dividend $7068 YTD.

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  5. Caught up at 5 months mark. Will be good to beat 2013 by end of year.

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  6. Finally accumulated dividends crosses $100k mark. Who say dividends is little must be delusional. :)

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  7. Hit 20K Mark for this year dividends

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  8. Oh great best last year record in term of dividends

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  9. $5503 so far this year in dividends. The plan for 2015 is to hit $35K.

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  10. $26582. likely will no beat last year mark as i have much lower invested amount. Furthermore shifted more towards Bonds.

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  11. With the last of my dividend captured for 2015. Is a new high of $31,169 as i plough more into the market for cheaper shares in the last quarter.

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  12. Will be good if you can share your stock portfolio as it can be serve as a guide for other investors.

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  13. Hi Arthur, I haven't found the right time to do this yet as I personally feel the need to brush up my stock picking skill and only in recent years start to collect more dividend stocks. Notable ones are First Reit, Suntec Reit, FCT Trust, Singtel, Starhub, SoilBuild Reit, ...

    Cory

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  14. Hi Cory,

    It's good that you track your dividends received and it's great motivation to know that dividend share investing does work!

    Cheers,
    TFS

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    1. Dividend Investing works best when market is at low. We are now in one of the lows. Cheers !

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  15. Nice,do you mind reveal the size of your portfolio?

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    1. Hi Dividend town, is good to leave something for imagination. Btw i notice you classify 1 lot by 100 shares in your blog. Is that the norm practise now ?

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  16. Hi Cory,alright I will leave it to my imagination ;).Since SGX had changed the lot size ,i will prefer to use 1 lot as 100 shares to avoid confusion, however for other veteran investor, they are accustomed to 1000 per lot concept but is up to individual to interpret it as long they are comfortable with it.

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    1. SGX one board lot size is 100 units or shares

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    2. Yup ! Usually I do not have to bother as POEM uses number of shares.

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  17. Just updated. Surprise shoot up to due to Neratel Dividends....

    Year 2016 received $36,025. That averages $3000 a month.

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  18. Hi Cory, just curious - what's your average yield and total portfolio value at cost? Just thinking how you get $3,000 at $x portfolio at x% average yield.

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    1. Hi Ken, without diverting too much on my asset. I have investment in bond, preference shares, Reits and Blue Cap stocks. Their yields range from 3% to 9% of which I have confidence in getting my capital in full amount at least over mid to long term but which i spreaded across incase i am wrong. I am heavier on the lower side.

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