Friday, December 11, 2020

Dividend Income - November 2020


Time seems to be running fast, the year is coming to an end, a few weeks and Santa are knocking on the door and then the New Year is celebrated. Hope better and safer than this year! Anyway, it's time again to report my dividend income. In November 2020 my portfolio dividend income was as follows:





My Total dividends in November are € 1,666.97 ($ 1,964.02). After tax payments, my net dividend income is € 1,237.00 ($ 1,457.37). In year 2019, my net dividend income in November was € 834.98 ($ 923.55). My portfolio's net dividend income increased by € 402.02 or 48.1% to compared the same month of last year. Compared to the previous year, there have been several changes to the dividend income of November: NESTE paid a semi-annual dividend last year in October this year payment was in November, UNA normally pays in December, now it paid in November. Some new holding in a portfolio (SBUX, WRK, GD), additional purchases (T), a few dividend cuts (SKT and SDIV). I also temporarily doubled my holdings in OKE while transferring it to another broker.




This month's dividend increased my cumulative net dividend income € 92,068.79.





After November my net dividend income is € 14,783.80 ($ 16,623.31), so I have now collected 82% of my target net passive income for this year, which is €18,000.00. It was long ago clear that I would not reach my 2020 target. As I have mentioned earlier some companies of my portfolio have cut, postponed or cancelled dividend payments. At the moment, it looks like my net dividend income this year will be just over € 16k. However, looking confidently forward, I will continue according to my plan and grow the portfolio by acquiring what I think are good dividend-paying stocks.


You can follow the development of my dividends here.


Full Disclosure: Long on above mentioned stocks, except ORI.ST and AMLP.


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  1. That Neste payout is rockin it!

  2. Thank you so much DH. Reading your blog always motivates me to invest further. All the best. Merry Christmas

  3. Wow, nice haul of dividend income. And nice YoY growth. I certainly like a lot of the names in your portfolio. I look forward to 2021 reports!