Dividend Increases

Written by MrStockFox. Posted in Dividends

I just got back from an exciting 18 day trip to Norway and the artic region.  Hopefully I will find some time soon to post some pictures. Here are some of the dividend increases that happened while I was gone.

I own positions in all companies below.

W. P. Carey (WPC)

  • declares $1.00/share quarterly dividend, 
  • .5% increase from prior dividend of $0.995.
  • Forward yield 5.9%
  • Payable July 14; for shareholders of record June 30; ex-div June 28.

Realty Income (O)

  • declares $0.2115/share monthly dividend, 
  • 0.2% increase from prior dividend of $0.211.
  • Forward yield 4.46%
  • Payable July 14; for shareholders of record July 3; ex-div July 29.

United Technologies (UTX)

  • declares $0.70/share quarterly dividend, 
  • 6.1% increase from prior dividend of $0.66.
  • Forward yield 2.33%
  • Payable Sept. 10; for shareholders of record Aug. 18; ex-div Aug. 16.

Target (TGT)

  • declares $0.62/share quarterly dividend, 
  • 3.3% increase from prior dividend of $0.60.
  • Forward yield 4.32%
  • Payable Sept. 10; for shareholders of record Aug. 16; ex-div Aug. 14.

Dividend Increases

Written by MrStockFox. Posted in Dividends

I love when I get a chance to report dividend increases.   I own positions in both FLO and TIF at the time of posting.

Flowers Foods (FLO)

  • declares $017/share quarterly dividend, 
  • 6.3% increase from prior dividend of $0.16.
  • Forward yield 3.65%
  • Payable June 23; for shareholders of record June 9; ex-div June 7.

Tiffany (TIF)

  • declares $0.50/share quarterly dividend, 
  • 11.1% increase from prior dividend of $0.45.
  • Forward yield 2.35%
  • Payable July 10; for shareholders of record June 20; ex-div June 16.

Apple (AAPL)

  • declares $0.63/share quarterly dividend, 
  • 10.5% increase from prior dividend of $0.57.
  • Forward yield 1.71%
  • Payable May 18; for shareholders of record May 15; ex-div May 11.

Dividend Income Update APR 2017

Written by MrStockFox. Posted in Dividends

Dividend Income

If you wish to view any of my past monthly updates you can find them here.

I am going to have to make this months update rather short, but wanted to get it out so that readers have a chance to see the progress. 

Looking at things in more detail, my monthly income was 238% higher than the same month a year ago and up 9% over last quarter.  I took in a $822.60 for the month of April.  My portfolio value increased from $382,157 to $393,302 which also includes my contributions of $4782. 

Current Stats
  • 12 Month Income = $12986
  • Total 12 Month Future Dividends = $15882

Each of the dips on the red curve are months in which I received dividend cut from one or more of my positions.

Key:

  • Dividend Income by Month
  • 12 Month Moving Average

Key:

  • Historical Income for the past 12 Months
  • Projected Income for the next 12 Months

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Key:

  • 2015 Income
  • 2016 Income
  • 2017 Income

Purchases

Below are all of my purchases for the month of March 2017. 

Company
Symbol
Company
Name
Shares
Purchased
Dollars 
Purchased
Income
NVO Novo Nordisk 14 $500 $15.68
KMI Kinder Morgan 3 $65  $1.50
WFC Wells Fargo 5 $260 $7.60
CAH Cardinal Health 11 $800 $19.80
GILD Gilead Sciences 2 $134 $41.6
QCOM Qualcom 30 $1600 $68.40 
BNS Bank of Nova Scotia 14 $770  
TD Toronto Dominion 11 $520 $18.04
UAA Under Armour 58 $1100  
AZO AutoZone 2 $1400  
QTS QTS Realty Trust 44 $2150 $68.64
SPG Simon Property Group 7 $1200 $49.00
    TOTAL $10499 $290.26

Monthly Capital Contribution

Below you can view the total dollar contributions made to my Dividend Portfolio since inception along with the 12 month total in red.  Currently my 12 month capital contribution total is coming in at $85059.  Going forward I would like to contribute at least $70,000 a year to my dividend portfolio and as of the last 12 months I seem to be crushing that number since I am currently closer to $80,000.  In the month of April I added $4782 in new funds to the portfolio.

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Portfolio Value

dividends

Since I tend to take profits more often than the typical buy and hold dividend investor, my Cost Basis and Portfolio Value ratio are not an accurate reflection of my overall profits within the portfolio. 

Portfolio Weighting

dividends

Option Income

dividends

Key:

  • Dividend Income
  • Option Income

If you wish to view any of my past monthly updates you can find them here.

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IBM Raises Dividend 7%

Written by MrStockFox. Posted in Dividends

  • International Business Machines (NYSE:IBM) declares $1.50/share quarterly dividend, 7.1% increase from prior dividend of $1.40.
  • Forward yield 3.7%
  • Payable June 10; for shareholders of record May 10; ex-div May 8.

With this raise it has increased my annual dividend income up to $15,772

Dividend Income Update MAR 2017

Written by MrStockFox. Posted in Dividends

Dividend Income

If you wish to view any of my past monthly updates you can find them here.

So last month I reported on the news that my largest dividend position raised its dividend over 600%.  What I didn't expect was that the dividend would show up on the last day of March.  For now my graphs below are going to be very skewed because of how much I took in last month.   For some reason I can't figure out how to adjust google charts to show in logarithmic.  I guess his is a good problem to have.  :)

Looking at things in more detail, my monthly income was 650% higher than the same month a year ago and up 182% over last quarter.  I took in a whopping $4028 for the month of March.  My portfolio value increased from $375,480 to $382,157 which also includes my contributions of $7354. 

Current Stats
  • 12 Month Income = $12409
  • Total 12 Month Future Dividends = $15556

Each of the dips on the red curve are months in which I received dividend cut from one or more of my positions.

Key:

  • Dividend Income by Month
  • 12 Month Moving Average

Key:

  • Historical Income for the past 12 Months
  • Projected Income for the next 12 Months

dividends

Key:

  • 2015 Income
  • 2016 Income
  • 2017 Income

Purchases

Below are all of my purchases for the month of March 2017. 

Company
Symbol
Company
Name
Shares
Purchased
Dollars 
Purchased
Income
QTS QTS Realty Trust 27 $1300 $42.12
NYRT New Yourk REIT 150 $1500  
TGT Target Corp 30 $1640 $72
SBUX STarbucks Corp 15 $800 $13.50
DOC Physicians Reit 38 $700 $34.20
AZO AutoZone 1 $716  
CMG Chipotle Mexican Grill 2 $840  
HRL Hormel Foods 8 $270 $5.44
UAA Under Armour 22 $440  
    TOTAL $8206 $166.96

Monthly Capital Contribution

Below you can view the total dollar contributions made to my Dividend Portfolio since inception along with the 12 month total in red.  Currently my 12 month capital contribution total is coming in at $80,564.  Going forward I would like to contribute at least $70,000 a year to my dividend portfolio and as of the last 12 months I seem to be crushing that number since I am currently closer to $80,000.  In the month of March I added $7354 in new funds to the portfolio.

dividends

Portfolio Value

dividends

Since I tend to take profits more often than the typical buy and hold dividend investor, my Cost Basis and Portfolio Value ratio are not an accurate reflection of my overall profits within the portfolio. 

Portfolio Weighting

dividends

Option Income

dividends

Key:

  • Dividend Income
  • Option Income

If you wish to view any of my past monthly updates you can find them here.

Thanks for reading.

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Weekly Purchases - 4/09/17

Written by MrStockFox. Posted in Weekly Update

This post represents all my purchases since March 31.  

I Bought:

This week I increased my annual income by $83.82.  Here is what I purchased:

Company
Symbol
Company
Name
Shares
Purchased
Dollars
Purchased
Income
KMI Kinder Morgan 3 $65 $1.50
NVO Novo Nordisk 14 $500 $15.68
UAA Under Armour 58 $1100  
QTS QTS Realty Trust 44 $2540 $66.64 
AZO AutoZone 2 $1400  


If you wish to view all my completed trades, you can find them located here.
(Sometimes the posting of my sells can be delayed by a couple days to even a couple weeks depending on when I get around to updating the spreadsheet.)

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TD - Likely to Fall Further

Written by MrStockFox. Posted in Trade Ideas

I didn't get this out in time before TD broke its bear flag, but I feel the stock still has some more downside left. It was setting up as a textbook bear flag and sure enough today it broke support.  Its next support should be between 45.50 and 47.00 area.  That is where I plan to add to my core holdings.

Dividend Income Update Feb 2017

Written by MrStockFox. Posted in Dividends

Dividend Income

If you wish to view any of my past monthly updates you can find them here.

This month I found out the wonderful news that my largest position inside my dividend portfolio raised its dividend over 600%.  This added over $2700 in dividends to my income.  I was completely blown away by this news.  You can read about it here.

Looking at things in more detail, my monthly income was 93% higher than the same month a year ago and up 9% over last quarter.  I took in a whopping $859.86 for the month of February.  My portfolio value increased from $327,710 to $375,480 which also includes my contributions of $8918.57.  You can read about why I had such a significant jump in value here.  In a single month I managed to raise my income from $11581 to $15131.  This happened for two reason.  One I mentioned above because of the dividend increase with Centamin and two because I decided to take on a huge position in Gilead increasing my stake to over $40,000.

Current Stats
  • 12 Month Income = $8918
  • Total 12 Month Future Dividends = $15131

Each of the dips on the red curve are months in which I received dividend cut from one or more of my positions.

Key:

  • Dividend Income by Month
  • 12 Month Moving Average

Key:

  • Historical Income for the past 12 Months
  • Projected Income for the next 12 Months

dividends

Key:

  • 2015 Income
  • 2016 Income
  • 2017 Income

Purchases

Below are all of my purchases for the month of October 2016. 

Company
Symbol
Company
Name
Shares
Purchased
Dollars 
Purchased
Income
XOM Exxon Mobil 51 $4200 $153
NAK Northern Dynasty 2140 $3000  
WPC WP Carey 2 $130 $7.96
UAA Under Armour 300 $6100  
VFC V F Corp 20 $970 $33.60
QTS QTS Realty Trust 30 $1500 $46.80
CVS CVS Health 14 $1050 $28 
KO Coca Cola 12 $480 $17.76
VER VEREIT 75 $660 $41.25
PFE Phizer 51 $1650 $65.28
GE General Electric 76 $2250 $72.96
WFM Whole Foods 13 $400 $7.28
QCOM Qualcom 21 $1100 $44.52
TGT Target 50 $3200 $120
TROW T ROWE Price 50 $3400 $114
CONE CyrusOne 70 $4400  $117.60
GILD Gilead 318 $21600  $661.44
ABBV Abbvie 49 $3000  $125.44
PSA Public Storage 20 $4300  $160
TEVA Teva Pharm 140 $4900  $190.40
VTR Ventas Inc 21 $1300  $65.10
    TOTAL $69,590 $2072 

Monthly Capital Contribution

Below you can view the total dollar contributions made to my Dividend Portfolio since inception along with the 12 month total in red.  Currently my 12 month capital contribution total is coming in at $77032.  Going forward I would like to contribute at least $70,000 a year to my dividend portfolio and as of the last 12 months I seem to be crushing that number since I am currently closer to $80,000.  In the month of February I added $8918 in new funds to the portfolio.

dividends

Portfolio Value

dividends

Since I tend to take profits more often than the typical buy and hold dividend investor, my Cost Basis and Portfolio Value ratio are not an accurate reflection of my overall profits within the portfolio. 

Portfolio Weighting

dividends

Option Income

dividends

Key:

  • Dividend Income
  • Option Income

If you wish to view any of my past monthly updates you can find them here.

Thanks for reading.

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