Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Dividend Income November 2014



In November 2014 my portfolio dividend income was as follows:

Quarterly dividends received from:

AT&T (T) - €91.02 ($115.00)
Alerian MLP ETF (AMLP) - €115.60 ($144.50)
Kinder Morgan (KMI) - €70.44 ($88.00) 
Royal Bank of Canada (RY.TO) - €16.03 ($20.01) (CA$22.50)
Prosafe SE (PRS.OL) - €38.13 ($47.70) (NOK324.00)

Monthly dividends received from:

Global X SuperDividend ETF (SDIV) - €57.72 ($72.30)
American Realty Capital Properties Inc. (ARCP) - €21.67 ($27.08)

Extra dividend received from:

Gjensidige (GJF.OL) - €186.32 ($235.52) (NOK1600.00)

My Total dividends in November are € 596.93 ($750.11). After tax payments, net dividend income is € 436.91 ($549.00). In year 2013, my net dividend income in November was € 250.31. My portfolio's net dividend income increased by 74% compared to last year in November. 


This month's dividend increased my cumulative net dividend income € 15841.56. 


My total net dividend income for this year are now € 6876.27.

My goal was to receive € 6.000 in net dividends for this year, Which I have now exceeded about 14%.

You can follow the development of my dividends here.

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10 comments:

  1. Congratulations on exceeding your dividend goal plus one more month to go, you are on fire this year!

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  2. Looking good, DH. Keep up the great work.

    R2R

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  3. The government sure takes there share from you. Is it possible to eliminate the taxes by sheltering the money in a retirement account?
    Either way, very good job.

    Keep cranking,

    Robert the DividendDreamer

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  4. DH,

    Congrats on another big month! Your YTD dividend income is fantastic. I'd be pretty close to financially independent on that kind of passive income. :)

    Keep up the great work. Hope to catch up to you someday!

    Best regards.

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  5. Solid yoy increase, keep up the good work!

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  6. Preikestolen spainDecember 7, 2014 at 3:37 AM

    Congrats, DH.
    Greetings from Spain.
    Please, do you think is a gooN moment for entering positions in some norge companies as Prosafe, Foe or Gjensisidge?
    I see Prosafe, especially Foe are in year- very lows.
    Wich is the dividend distributed by these companies?
    Thanks very much and Greetings!

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    1. Hi Preikestolen

      I would not buy any Prosafe or FOE at this moment, I would wait and see how the prise of oil will develop. Gjensidige is a good company with nice dividend, even I don't see much grow on it. Gjensidige and FOE normally pay annual dividend and Prosafe quarterly. Visit at the company homepage to get better information on their dividends.

      Thanks for stopping by!
      DH

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  7. Hei,

    "My Total dividends in November are € 596.93 ($750.11). After tax payments, net dividend income is € 436.91 ($549.00)."

    Pystytkö avaamaan, miten sait netto-osingoiksi 436.91e? Eikös 0,745*596,3 = 424,59e. Vai onko jostakin verotettu enemmän lähdeveroa?

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  8. Edelliseen korjaus: 596,93 * 0,745 = 444.71e

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    1. Moi

      ETF:n "osingot" katsotaan kokonaan pääomatuloksi (vero 30%), joten nissä ei ole 15% vähennystä kuten "normaaleissa" osingoissa. (423.61*0.745+ 173.32*0.3=436.91). Toivottavasti täme selvensi asiaa.

      Kiitos vierailusta!
      DH

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