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Here in the Pacific Northwest, summer seems to be in full swing but the days seem to alternate between clear and sunny and overcast and moderately humid (ugh). Still, that’s better than the typical grayshine and rain the region is most known for.

With the end of June comes the dividend income total for the month. So let’s do the numbers and see how well I did in June…

AWP $ 45.00
BGY $ 38.00*
CHW $ 21.00*
CIK $ 22.00*
CLM $ 44.43*
DHY $ 38.50
DMF $ 12.30
DSM $ 22.83
EAD $ 9.57
EDF $ 45.00*
EHI $ 30.00
EXG $114.00*
HQL $ 41.00
** $ 1.20
NCV $ 45.50
OIA $ 4.30
PFN $ 36.00
RA $ 69.85
VFL $ 15.00
ZTR $ 33.90
TOTAL $689.38

* Includes Return of Capital
** Anonymous employer’s stock

With a total of $689.38, June’s dividend income was no high water mark (unlike May’s $844.18). But not every month is going to be a record setter, so $689.38 is certainly nothing to feel bad about at all.

The end of June also marks the end of 2017’s second quarter. Second quarter’s dividend total is $2369.74, which is 6.97% more than first quarter’s $2215.26 and 17.06% more than 2016’s second quarter ($2024.42). Nice!

Overall, with no dividend cuts causing any damage (Yaaayy!!) and only two quarterly dividend payouts, June was a solid month with no surprises. And in the world of dividend investing, a month without surprises is considered a win.

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  1. Buy, Hold Long

    Very well done, you should be happy with that. Awesome stuff!

    1. Dividend Quest

      Thanks BHL! Yep, I’m quite satisfied with June’s dividend income. Making money without trading time is always something to be happy about. 🙂

    1. Dividend Quest

      Thanks for visiting Passive Canadian Income. I will certainly try to keep it up, as dividend investing is both fun and profitable.

  2. Dan

    Great job Quest. June was a record for me, but like you say, you never know what is going to happen! Thanks for sharing,

    Passive Income Dude

    1. Dividend Quest

      Thanks for the visit Dan! Most of my dividend investing portfolio is comprised of ETFs that have monthly dividend payouts. This serves to smooth out the spikes in dividend income from quarterly payouts.

  3. Investment Hunting

    Nice job DQ. I can always count on you to pull in big dividend numbers.

    1. Dividend Quest

      Thanks for visiting IH. My dividend income numbers never seem big enough, but the fact that they’re steadily growing and that I’m not trading my time for the money always makes me happy.

  4. doug

    Good Job you keep raking those dividends in. hopefully you dont get a dividend cut for awhile and you can grow those dividends. Keep it up.

    1. Dividend Quest

      Thanks for visiting Doug! I hope I don’t suffer any dividend cuts any time soon as well. I’ve found that the first few months of the year seem to be the worst time for dividend cuts, but after that dividend cuts become less frequent (but they can happen at any time).

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