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Summer and September are officially done and done. The trees are shedding their leaves, the days are getting shorter, and the mornings are colder. Autumn has arrived here in the Pacific Northwest. Early September was certainly interesting, as I went on a road trip with my brother-in-law and his brother-in-law to deliver a car to the Florida panhandle. We crossed 13 state lines as fast as we could, taking turns driving. I had a pleasant stay for a week with his in-laws, and then I flew back with my brother-in-law and his family.

AWP $ 44.00
BGY $ 33.80*
CHW $ 21.00*
CIK $ 22.50*
CLM $ 46.19
DHY $ 33.25
EAD $ 9.44
EDF $ 45.00*
EHI $ 25.20
EXG $ 92.40*
HQL $166.50
NCV $ 36.75
PFN $ 36.00
RA $ 69.85
USA $ 46.75
ZTR $ 33.90
TOTAL $762.53

* Includes Return of Capital

Not bad. Not bad at all. Thanks to my recent buys of HQL and CLM, the quarter’s third month was firmly out of the $600s range (which has been fairly typical of each quarter’s third month). And there were no unpleasant surprise dividend cuts, so overall September was a satisfying month.

The end of September also marks the end of the quarter, so how did I fare for Q3? Let’s add up the numbers and see:
Jul $1029.94
Aug $ 865.78
Sep $ 762.53
Q3 $2658.25

Compared to Q3 2018’s $2553.11, that’s a 4.12% year-to-year increase. That’s not bad, but isn’t as much as previous year-to-year quarterly growth.

In summary, September’s dividend total was a solid $762.53 that was notably better than the usual quarter’s third month.

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  1. Dividend Diplomats

    Quest –

    WOW! Almost $800, killing it, no doubt. I can’t wait to see what new heights you will achieve. 4th Quarter is underway and it’s time to make some mad moves to the finish line.


    1. Dividend Quest

      Thanks for the kind words DD! With October being the first month of the quarter, I aim to break $1K, making it my third $1K month this year (I had two $1K months in 2018, so that’s progress!).

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