It’s time for the monthly dividend income update. As always, you can check the updated info any time on the Dividend Income Spreadsheet and the Portfolio Spreadsheet. Summary: Dividend Income for September 2018: $118 or 977 NOK Year to Year growth for September: 264% Total YTY growth: 92.39% New spreadsheets includes Total Return and Income Read more…
It’s time for the monthly dividend income update. As always, you can check the updated info any time on the Dividend Income Spreadsheet and the Portfolio Spreadsheet. Summary: Dividend Income for August 2018: $164 Year to Year growth for July: 15% Total YTY growth: 82.78% Entered the green area ($2000) on the dividend meter Said no to Read more…
It’s time for the monthly dividend income update. As always, you can find the updated info any time on the Dividend Income Spreadsheet and the Portfolio Spreadsheet. Summary: July is a weak dividend income month Dividend Income for July 2018: $70 Year to Year growth for July: 10% Total YTY growth: 75.12% Moved back Read more…
It’s time for the monthly dividend income update. As always, you can check the updated info in the Dividend Income Spreadsheet and the Portfolio Spreadsheet. Summary: Dividend Income for June 2018: $210 Year to Year growth: 499% Purchased 27 Dominion Energy at $67 Purchased 40 shares of Investor AB B at 360 SEK Reinvested Read more…
It’s time for the monthly dividend income update. As always, you can find the updated info any time in the Dividend Income Spreadsheet and the Portfolio Spreadsheet. Summary Dividend Income for May 2018: $726 Year to year growth: 115% Purchased Oaktree Capital for $4,000 Reinvested Dividend in Novo Nordisk and Nordea Traveling to Read more…
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 Read more…
Finally, it’s time for the monthly dividend income update. My dividend income is meeting every goal and I can’t wait for May’s income to arrive. I’m expecting around $800 in income for this month. As always, you can check the updated info any time in the Dividend Income Spreadsheet and the Portfolio Spreadsheet. Read more…
The first dividend income update for 2018 is finally here, and I’m highly satisfied with the development of my “dividend income project.” Let’s summarize the results: Total Dividend Income for January landed on $57.90 or 445.95 NOK Last year’s dividend income for January was $12.86 or 99.04 NOK Quadrupled the Read more…
2017 will soon be in the books, and what a year it’s been. Financially, I’ve added more than $10,000 to the portfolio and $3,000 to the funds portfolio. The dividend income has risen from $336 to $1,117 which means a 232.44 % YTY growth. But my forecast for 2018 is even more motivating. Before we go ahead and look at the dividend forecast for 2018, let’s take a look at this months Dividend Income Update. (more…)
Welcome, The Dividend Income Report for November is finished, so lét´s go ahead and take a look:
- Total Dividend Income for November: §110.00 or 915.30 NOK
- Last year: $16
- Dividend Income VS Total Spending: 11.44%
- Payment from 9 companies
- Total Dividend Income is close to $1,100
- Total dividend income from 2016: 226.13%
Introduction to Accounting: What You Need to Know About Equity and Debt in Order to Understand the Concept of Dividends
In this blog post, we will analyse the balance sheet and talk a bit about ratios like P/E and P/B. It’s super important that you understand the red line between equity, debt, and dividends (I’ll write the Norwegian terminology in brackets), and this blog post will teach you exactly that! (more…)
Before we dig into the Dividend Income Summer Update, I want to talk a bit about how my summer has been. The summer of 2017 has been wonderful. On Saturday I turned 25 years old. I celebrated my day by doing a 15-hour hike with my family in the Norwegian fjords. My dog at 11 was struggling a bit because of the previous hikes this week, but as always, he managed. (more…)
Few things give me more pleasure than seeing my annual income rise, as well as buying stocks that have met some short term difficulties. (more…)
H&M is one of the most known retailers in the world. The combination of quality and cheap has been a success for a long time for the Swedish worldwide retailer. However, like most retailers, H&M is struggling. In the US, that’s mostly due to increased competition from Amazon, but is that also the case for H&M? I doubt it. Let me just quickly explain why. (more…)
The following article originally appeared on DivGro on 2017-07-9.
It’s hard to imagine that it has been five years since I started investing and bought my first stock, Netflix (NFLX). When I look back and think about the mistakes, lessons, and experiences over these years, I am quite humbled. (more…)
- Dividends received: 12
- Dividend Income for May 2017 landed on $322.76 or 2,735 NOK
- Last year I got $215 in May, so the income stream from May is now 50% higher.
- The dividend income was enough to pay for my whole gym membership twice, enough to cover my yearly phone bill two times or enough to cover 80% of the food budget for the month.
- Or even better, the dividend income for May was enough to pay for 35 super expensive, cold and fresh beers. If I wanted to, I could actually party for free every Friday throughout the whole month of May!
- Dividends received: 7
- Dividend Income in April 2017 landed on 1695.38 NOK or $198
Almost twice the total dividend income from Q1 $100
- Last year’s dividend Income in April was ZERO!
- Reinvested the dividend in Hennes & Mauritz AB (HM B) and Veidekke (VEI) (more…)
We are already in the middle of April and I can see spring is slowly coming. Even though the temperature is around 6 Celsius, the sun is shining. Summer is not that far away anymore.
It’s not that easy finding stocks that trade at an undervalued or fair price these days. At least not if one only looks at S&P 500. Luckily, I’m Norwegian so my periscopes are not just set on the US. It’s set on the globe, and we have some great companies here in the Nordic countries too. (more…)
Hello readers! From now on, I will start writing a dividend income update every third month. Hopefully, this will increase my focus and make it easier to track my performance. A lot of things has happened this quarter, and there have also been quite a few changes in my portfolio. (more…)