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February is gone, along with winter’s final snowstorm that impacted the Pacific Northwest during the middle of the month, and spring is right around the corner. The market did pretty well until the final week of the month, when it became rather choppy and somewhat volatile. Hopefully this will pass and the market will return to its more bullish trend.

Well, let’s dive in and do the numbers for February:

AWP $ 44.00
BGY $ 33.80
CIK $ 22.50*
CLM $ 40.05*
DHY $ 28.88
EDF $ 20.00*
EHI $ 26.80
EXG $ 92.40*
FGB $ 70.13
NCV $ 29.75
OHI $127.30
PFN $ 36.00
ZTR $ 24.00
TOTAL $595.61

* Includes Return of Capital

February’s total of $595.61 is no trivial amount, but it’s still a bit less than my usual February total. The slow steady decline of my dividend income continues unabated.

I’m happy to report that there weren’t any new dividend cuts in February, so that’s good. Again, because I needed the cash, I sold off shares of OHI in February. I first sold 10 shares at $37.1814 per share, 10 more shares at $37.155 per share, and 15 shares at $36.775. As a result, OHI’s payout was smaller than its previous payout in October.

Overall, February was an okay month at best. The middle month of the quarter is usually my lowest earning, so I have some optimism for next month’s performance.

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