One thing that I love about the dividend income journey is to play around on google spreadsheet and try to make up new ways to stay motivated. Not only do I find it rewarding in the sense that it’s cool to see progress, but it also forces me to focus on my dividend income and not how the stock prices moves up and down.
So, the other day I sat down and played around and created a few tools on my Dividend Income Spreadsheet. I now know that for 2019, I should earn $2952 in dividend income and that’s a 6.28% increase from 2018. For 2020, I should earn $3150 which again is an increase of 6.72% from 2019 and you now what? That’s without including the reinvestment of the prior dividend. Man this snowball is rolling fast now.
Also, I don’t include the passive income I earn from my index funds (or BSU) since I don’t use it and most likely, will only let it reinvest itself for decades. You can figure more about my thinking in the interview I did two weeks ago
Dividend Income Forecast
(hehe – I got tired of writing the names so switched over to tickers at one point)
Wow. I’m so amazed. This makes me so happy and one can notice that almost all of my companies are increasing their dividend payment.
Current Dividend Income
2018 has been a crazy year. I’m still waiting for around $300 from a few companies before we close the books for May. Snoooowball!!
Dividend Income per month
Dividend Income per day
Income per hour
Payment for sleeping 8 hours
Not that bad earning a cup of coffee while sleeping? 🙂
Year by year review
Accumulated Dividend Income
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