Dividend Income

This is where I will update the overall dividend income received from holdings in the Niche Fund. The average of all dividend increases received in 2017 is 6%, with 10 of 12 holdings announcing an increase this year so far.

Forward projected dividend income stands at $248.53. This income will be used towards purchasing additional shares of dividend stocks to add to existing holdings or new holdings. I have revised the results for December 2016 and 2017 to include mutual fund dividends. I’ll leave the original income posts up for December. In 2018 and going forward, I’ll include all dividends received from mutual funds, ETFs and stocks.

2015 2016 2017 2018
January  $-  $4.59  $11.42 $25.89
February  $-  $4.74  $4.98 $6.21
March  $-  $14.84  $17.46 $24.58
April  $-  $13.45  $16.53 $21.35
May  $-  $5.26  $5.36
June  $-  $14.92  $20.56
July  $-  $13.40  $16.05
August  $-  $4.86  $5.47
September  $1.40  $15.03  $22.61
October  $2.61  $13.63  $18.89
November  $4.74  $4.98  $6.37
December  $12.61  $76.25  $100.52
Total  $21.36  $185.95  $246.22  $78.03

 

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31 thoughts on “Dividend Income

  1. Hi DN,

    Welcome to the DGI community. I love finding new sites just starting out so I can follow along on the journey. It’s amazing how fast dividends start adding up. I look forward to seeing yours snowball. Best of luck.

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    1. Hi IH, thanks for checking out my journey. It is always nice to hear from fellow DGI bloggers. I hope to pick up a few of the names in your portfolio someday. I will follow your progress as well. Cheers

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  2. Welcome to the DGI community. I love finding new sites just starting out so I can follow along on the journey. It’s amazing how fast dividends start adding up. I look forward to seeing yours snowball. Best of luck.

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    1. Hi IH, it is slow going in the beginning, but I’m looking forward to seeing the impact of the first dividend increases in my portfolio. Of course the additional purchases will drive passive income growth too. I hope to turn the snowflake into a snowball soon. Cheers

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