Dividend Ten

Freelance & personal finance journal

Month in Review

Dividend Income for June 2016 – $158.89

Dividend Income Update
Makin' It Rain

Makin’ It Rain

In June I collected the following dividend payments:

Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) – $51.24
Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) – $39.60
Nvidia Corporation (NVDA) – $5.54
Wells Fargo & Co (WFC) – 15.97
Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM) – $46.54

Total received in June: $158.89

image (11)

Some thoughts:

  • Right now I’m still at the relative start of my dividend journey and my income is a bit sporadic. Most of my payments as you can see are coming in March, June, September, and December.
  • I’m looking to build my dividend portfolio further in the coming months, but not in a rush. Right now I have a fair bit of cash sitting on the sidelines opportunistically, and I’m looking to research others and find opportunities to deploy it in high quality companies at a price I’d like to pay.

I’ll update my dividend page to reflect June’s tally.

Thanks for stopping by!

2 Comments

  1. Nice job Dividend Ten! I love how your month was built on receiving dividends from some workhorse companies like JNJ, XOM, WFC, and MFST. No need to rush into the market, this is a long term game. Patience is key and wait for the right moment to strike. Keep it up and keep on adding those great companies to your dividend portfolio!

    Bert

    • Greg Gee

      Thanks Bert for stopping by and for the encouragement. Agree that patience, especially with DGI, is definitely a virtue. 🙂

Leave a Reply

CommentLuv badge

Theme by Anders Norén