Dividend Income Update – May 2017

I’ve completed 750 days of freedom race and it has been awesome with all the support. I’m truly blessed to be posting it from the country where Statue of Liberty stands. It stands for freedom and I hope to achieve my own financial freedom in 3000 days when I complete my race.

I crossed a figure of $1500 in passive income, though it was less than last month due to many sells made. I’m excited to write about my passive dividends received in month of May as they flowed into my account even without me lifting any fingers. Now, I’ve got 34 fantastic companies in my Portfolio.

I hope that this passive income report provides inspiration to all the readers out there that even when you are starting out fresh, you can still do it, like my journey just short time back. Although, it is a long race: slow and steady, we can win it on our terms and time. Without further ado, here are dividends received:

Abbvie Inc. (ABBV): $38.40
AES Corp. (AES): $18.00
Chatham Lodging Trust (CLDT): $77.00
EPR Properties (EPR): $34.00
Eaton-Vance In. (EXG): $38.00
Gov. Properties Income Trust (GOV): $129.00
HCP, Inc. (HCP): $185.00
Hospital Properties Trust (HPT): $117.00
Main Street Capital Corp. (MAIN): $101.75
National Healthcare Inv., Inc (NHI): $95.00
Realty Income Corp. (O): $35.87
Omega Healthcare Inv., Inc. (OHI): $346.50
Sr. Housing Properties Trust (SNH): $195.00
STAG Industrial, Inc. (STAG): $58.33
AT&T, Inc. (T): $147.00
Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD): $52.69
Verizon Com. Inc. (VZ): $202.13

Total passive income for May: $1,870.67.

Instead of getting a single salary once a month, I got paid by above companies throughout the month, simply by owning a tiny sliver of a slice. Imagine that there are thousands of people hired by those companies and that they are working for you, rather than, you working for them. This feeling of achieving financial freedom over 3000 days, is what drives me to keep racing and I’m sure readers alike!

Full Disclosure: Long on above mentioned stocks.

How did your passive dividend income come along in May?

Dividend Income Update – April 2017

I’ve completed 720 days of freedom race and it has been awesome so far. I’m truly blessed to be posting it from the country where Statue of Liberty stands. It stands for freedom and I hope to achieve my own financial freedom in 3000 days when I complete my race.

Wow. I edged past a milestone figure of $2000 in passive income. I’m super excited to write about my passive dividend checks that I received in month of April. They come into my account like a clockwork without lifting any fingers. I’ve got 34 fantastic companies in my Portfolio

I hope that this passive income report provides inspiration to all the readers out there that even when you are starting out fresh, you can still do it. Although, it is a long race: slow and steady, we can win it on our terms and time. Without further ado, here are dividends received:

Apollo Inv. Inc. (AINV): $45.00
Baxter Intl. Inc. (BAX) : $3.25
BCE Inc. (BCE): $161.95
Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS): $112.08
Chatham Lodging Trust (CLDT): $77.00
Dr Pepper Snapple (DPS): $5.80
EPR Properties (EPR): $34.00
Eaton-Vance In. (EXG): $38.00
General Electric (GE): $24.00
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK): $171.35
Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc. (HST): $40.00
Coca-Cola Company (KO): $18.50
Main Street Capital Corp. (MAIN): $101.75
Altria Group, Inc. (MO): $61.00
Merk & Co. Inc. (MRK): $21.15
Nike Inc. (NKE): $4.50
Realty Income Corp. (O): $35.87
Occidental Pet. Corp (OXY): $38.00
Pebblebrook Hotel Trust (PEB): $76.00
Phillip Morris Intl., Inc. (PM): $104.00
PennantPark Investment (PNNT): $54.00
Reynolds American Inc. (RAI): $96.90
STAG Industrials, Inc. (STAG): $58.34
Starwood Property Inc.(STWD): $336.00
Telus Corp. (TU): $107.45
Walmart Stores (WMT): $12.75
W.P. Carey, Inc. (WPC): $298.50

Total passive dividend income for April: $2137.14.

Instead of getting a single salary once a month, I got paid by above companies throughout the month, simply by owning a tiny sliver of a slice. Imagine that there are thousands of people hired by those companies and that they are working for you, rather than, you working for them. This feeling of achieving financial freedom over 3000 days, is what drives me to keep racing and I’m sure readers alike!

Full Disclosure: Long on above mentioned stocks.

How did your passive dividend income come along in this month of April?

Dividend Income Update – March 2017

I’ve completed 690 days of freedom race and it has been awesome with great support of DGI bloggers. I’m truly blessed to be posting it from a country where Statue of Liberty stands. It stands for freedom and I hope to achieve my own financial freedom in 3000 days when I complete my race.

Wow. I crossed magic figure of $2500 in passive income. However, over coming months, it will be down due to spring cleanup of my portfolio. Still, I’m super excited to write about my passive dividend checks that I received in month of March. They are now pouring into my account without lifting a finger. So far, I’ve got 41 fantastic companies in my Portfolio

I hope that this passive income report provides inspiration to all the readers out there that even when you are starting out fresh, you can still do it. Although, it is a long race: slow and steady, we can win it on our terms and time. Without further ado, here are dividends received:

Archer Daniels Midland Co. (ADM): $16.00
Aflac Inc. (AFL): $6.45
Amgen Inc. (AMGN): $11.50
Avista Corp. (AVA) : $10.72
Boeing Inc. (BA): $7.10
Bank of America (BAC): $9.37
BHP Billiton ADR  (BBL): $328.00
BP plc (BP): $191.98
Crown Castle Corp. (CCI): $14.25
Chatham Lodging Trust (CLDT): $66.00
Cummins Inc. (CMI): $10.25
CenterPoint Energy, Inc. (CNP): $13.37
ConocoPhillips (COP): $53.00
Chevron Corp. (CVX): $118.80
Digital Realty Trust, Inc. (DLR): $46.50
Consolidated Edison Inc. (ED): $17.25
Emerson Electric (EMR): $12.00
EPR Properties (EPR): $34.00
Eaton Vance Fund (EXG): $26.60
Flower Foods, Inc. (FLO): $32.00
Gilead Sciences (GILD): $26.00
HCP, Inc. (HCP): $170.20
IBM Inc. (IBM): $7.00
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ): $12.00
Kraft Heinz Comp. (KHC): $12.00
Coca-Cola Co. (KO): $10.50
Lockheed Martin Corp. (LMT): $9.10
Main Street Capital Corp. (MAIN): $87.88
McDonald’s Corp. (MCD): $9.40
Microsoft Inc. (MSFT): $11.70
New Mountain Finance Corp. (NMFC): $170.00
Realty Income Corp. (O): $32.63
Pepsico Inc. (PEP): $15.05
Pfizer Inc. (PFE): $32.00
Qualcom Inc. (QCOM): $13.25
Royal Dutch Shell, Inc. (RDS B): $282.00
Southern Company (SO): $56.00
STAG Industrials, Inc. (STAG): $49.00
Target Corp. (TGT): $18.00
United Tech. Corp (UTX): $6.60
Vector Group Ltd. (VGR): $280.00
Ventas Inc. (VTR): $96.88
Wells Fargo & Co. (WFC): $38.00
Exxon Mobil (XOM): $45.00

Total passive dividend income for Mar: $2504.83, it was little higher than normal due to HCP paying this month, rather than last month in Feb.

Instead of getting a single salary once a month, I got paid by above fantastic companies throughout the month, simply by owning a tiny sliver of a slice. Imagine that there are thousands of people hired by those companies and that they are working for you, rather than, you working for them. This feeling of achieving financial freedom over 3000 days, is what drives me to keep racing and I’m sure readers alike!

Full Disclosure: Long on several of above mentioned stocks.

Dividend Income Update – February 2017

I’ve completed 660 days of freedom race and it has been awesome with all the support. I’m truly blessed to be posting it from the country where Statue of Liberty stands. It stands for freedom and I hope to achieve my own financial freedom in 3000 days when I complete my race.

I crossed a figure of $1500 in passive income, though less than last month. I’m excited to write about my passive dividends received in month of Feb. as they flowed into my account even without me lifting any fingers. So far, I’ve got 93 fantastic companies in my Portfolio.

I hope that this passive income report provides inspiration to all the readers out there that even when you are starting out fresh, you can still do it, like my journey just short time back. Although, it is a long race: slow and steady, we can win it on our terms and time. Without further ado, here are dividends received:

Abbvie Inc. (ABBV): $32.00
Abbott Laboratories (ABT): $21.20
AES Corp. (AES): $15.00
American Express (AXP): $1.60
Caterpillar Inc. (CAT): $23.10
Chatham Lodging Trust (CLDT): $60.50
CVS Health Corp. (CVS): $10.00
EPR Properties (EPR): $34.00
Eaton-Vance In. (EXG): $24.39
General Dynamics Inc. (GD): $3.80
Gov. Properties Income Trust (GOV): $32.25
Hospital Properties Trust (HPT): $91.80
Kinder Morgan, Inc. (KMI): $75.00
Main Street Capital Corp. (MAIN): $83.25
Realty Income Corp. (O): $32.62
Omega Healthcare Inv., Inc. (OHI): $310.00
ONEOK Inc. (OKE): $307.50
Proctor & Gamble Company (PG): $33.47
Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan (POT): $20.00
Royal Bank of Canada (RY) : $19.02
Starbucks Inc. (SBUX): $2.50
Sr. Housing Properties Trust (SNH): $195.00
STAG Industrial, Inc. (STAG): $46.67
AT&T, Inc. (T): $156.80
Verizon Communications. Inc. (VZ): $155.93

Total passive income for Feb: $1,787.40.

Instead of getting a single salary once a month, I got paid by above companies throughout the month, simply by owning a tiny sliver of a slice. Imagine that there are thousands of people hired by those companies and that they are working for you, rather than, you working for them. This feeling of achieving financial freedom over 3000 days, is what drives me to keep racing and I’m sure readers alike!

Full Disclosure: Long on above mentioned stocks.

How did your passive dividend income come along in February?

Dividend Income Update – January 2017

I’ve completed 630 days of freedom race and it has been awesome so far. I’m truly blessed to be posting it from the country where Statue of Liberty stands. It stands for freedom and I hope to achieve my own financial freedom in 3000 days when I complete my race.

Wow. I came close to a milestone figure of $2000 in passive income, but did not quite hit it this month. I’m super excited to write about my passive dividend checks that I received in month of Jan. They come into my account like a clockwork without lifting any fingers. So far, I’ve got 97 fantastic companies in my Portfolio

I hope that this passive income report provides inspiration to all the readers out there that even when you are starting out fresh, you can still do it. Although, it is a long race: slow and steady, we can win it on our terms and time. Without further ado, here are dividends received:

Apollo Inv. Inc. (AINV): $15.00
Baxter Intl. Inc. (BAX) : $1.95
BCE Inc. (BCE): $83.57
Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS): $101.48
Chatham Lodging Trust (CLDT): $55.00
Walt Disney Comp. (DIS): $3.90
Digital Realty Inc. (DLR): $44.00
Dow Chemical co. (DOW): $6.90
Dr Pepper Snapple (DPS): $5.30
EPR Properties (EPR): $28.80
Eaton-Vance In. (EXG): $20.32
General Electric (GE): $24.00
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK): $115.18
Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc. (HST): $50.00
JP Morgan Chase & Co,. (JPM): $14.40
Main Street Capital Corp. (MAIN): $75.86
Altria Group, Inc. (MO): $115.90
Merk & Co. Inc. (MRK): $18.80
National Healthcare (NHI): $36.00
Nike Inc. (NKE): $2.70
Realty Income Corp. (O): $27.34
Occidental Pet. Corp (OXY): $26.60
Pebblebrook Hotel Trust (PEB): $64.60
Pepsico Inc. (PEP): $15.05
Phillip Morris Intl., Inc. (PM): $208.00
PennantPark Investment (PNNT): $84.00
Reynolds American Inc. (RAI): $71.30
STAG Industrials, Inc. (STAG): $44.02
Starwood Property Trust (STWD): $240.00
Sysco Corp. (SYY): $3.30
Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD): $48.46
Telus Corp. (TU): $71.43
U.S. Bancorp (USB): $14.00
Walmart Stores (WMT): $7.50
W.P. Carey, Inc. (WPC): $247.50

Total passive dividend income for Jan: $1992.16.

Instead of getting a single salary once a month, I got paid by above companies throughout the month, simply by owning a tiny sliver of a slice. Imagine that there are thousands of people hired by those companies and that they are working for you, rather than, you working for them. This feeling of achieving financial freedom over 3000 days, is what drives me to keep racing and I’m sure readers alike!

Full Disclosure: Long on above mentioned stocks.

How did your passive dividend income come along in first month of the year: January?