Welcome to the Dividend Diary of the TEV blog, in which I document my monthly passive income with dividends. Here you can find out which companies have generated juicy cash flow for me each month. Besides, I analyze how the month has performed compared to the previous year. In the best case, my dividend income has increased. I also want to document how I have invested in new companies that will increase my future cash flow.
As you know, I take care of my wealth management. To keep things simple, I have built three pillars:
- Active income.
- Passive income.
Dividends fall into the last two categories. They are passive because I no longer have to work to receive the payments. Furthermore, they also contribute to the conversion because I reinvest the dividends and thus increase my passive income through dividends for the future.
My dividend income this month:
This month I have received payments (before taxes) from the following companies:
- AT&T (23.4 USD/18.25 EUR)
- General Mills (16.66 USD/13 EUR)
- Bayer (61 EUR)
- Munich Re (58.8 EUR)
- Allianz SE (124.8 EUR)
- Mayr-Melnhof Karton AG (23.2 EUR)
- Apple (9.84 USD/7.69 EUR)
- AbbVie (18.51 USD/15.51 EUR)
- Kinder Morgan (17.58 USD/13.72 EUR)
- Omega Healthcare (14.74 USD/13.52 EUR)
- Procter & Gamble (17.38 USD/11.89 EUR)
- Realty Income (4.89 USD/3.35 EUR)
- Tanger Fact. Outlet (14.63 USD/10 EUR)
- MSCI USA Financials (11.3 USD/8.5 EUR)
- Reckitt Benckiser (20.32 GBP/16.68 EUR)
- Tencent (24 HKD/2.08 EUR)
The total dividend income in May was: 399 EUR.
Now let’s see how the performance was compared to the previous year. Last year I received only EUR 289 in dividends in May. This represents an increase of almost 40 percent. In total, I have received almost EUR 800 in dividends this year. And all that money came in despite Corona and the problematic economic development. So I am very happy with this development!
Past and future stock purchases
In May, I bought more shares of great companies so that the dividends will continue to rise in the future. In May I bought shares in the following companies:
- Henkel (11)
- VF Corp. (14)
- MSCI USA Financials (35)
- Unilever (10)
I did not sell any shares in May. Also in June, there are again some additional purchases of shares on my plan. I am relatively flexible here. Either I buy new positions or I increase my shares in existing investments. The following companies are on my watch list:
- Iron Mountain (IRM)
- Microsoft (MSFT)
- AB Inbev (BUD)
- Wirecard (WRCDF)
- PepsiCo (PEP)
- Taiwan Semiconductor (TSM)
Have you received dividends this month? What’s on your watch list? Let me know and just write in the comments.
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