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Mar 03 2015

Dividend Income Report for February 2015

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What? It’s March already?? Man, February blew by so fast that Valentine’s Day seems like just last week. I did make a couple stock buys last month, so that gave my dividend income a nice little boost.

With February done, let’s see how my dividend income did for the month, so here are the numbers:
BGY $ 49.00*
CFP $ 71.45*
CIK $ 22.00*
DHY $ 42.00*
DMF $ 10.50
DSM $ 22.83
EXG $121.95
HTR $ 28.50*
NCV $ 63.00
OIA $ 4.10
PFN $ 36.00
VFL $ 19.50
HHY $ 11.25
TOTAL $502.08

* Includes Return of Capital.

I’m getting a little ahead of myself, but HQL announced that this quarter’s dividend will be 50 cents per share, a 3 cent increase from last quarter’s 47 cent per share dividend. ETF funds with steadily rising dividend payouts are as rare as hen’s teeth, so HQL is proving to be a very good buy indeed.

With last month’s buy of 150 shares of HHY and 100 shares of RSO, my projected average monthly income is now $551.55. Also changed is my projected average daily (24-hours) income of $18.13/day, average hourly income is 75.6 cents, and average minute income is 1.26 cents.

February’s dividend income was good, as it shows that my monthly dividend income is now regularly clearing $500/month. Breaking $500/month was a huge deal last year, but now it’s quickly becoming a routine occurrence . Funny how that works. Of course, there are always exciting new goals to reach for, such as attaining an average projected monthly income of $600.00 for 2015 (and with luck, $650.00 may be achieved). I look forward to when $600/month seems passé as I’m reaching for $700/month. 🙂

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2 comments

  1. dividenddreamer

    Nice monthly dividend total. Nothing like extra cash every month, or week, or day, or minute, or……

    Keep cranking,

    Robert the DividendDreamer

  2. Dividend Quest

    You got that right. That’s the best thing about passive income, it’s great knowing one has money coming in regardless of what you’re doing. Yeah, maybe I’m a little crazy breaking my dividend income down by the month, day, hour, and minute but it’s all just another way of keeping score of every little win. Earning 1.26 cents per minute sounds like a joke, but when you calculate what that adds up to annually, then it’s getting into serious money. I’m looking forward to my next milestone of passively earning 2 cents per minute…

    Thanks for dropping by, and keep that snowball growing!

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