December, A 45% Growth YoY In Dividend Income To End 2019

With this blog post about my dividend income for December an amazing year of progress to financial independence comes to an end. It’s getting more excited each and every year. I will write a separate blog post about the year 2019 and my goals for 2020.

Income numbers December

The amount of dividend income for month 2019/12 was $191.35. Three companies paid me more than last quarter as a consequence of a raise or larger position. Here’s the breakdown:

Bank of America (BAC) – $7.02

BlackRock (BLK) – $13.20

Cummins (CMI) – $13.11

Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) – $7.60

3M (MMM) – $41.76

Norfolk Southern (NSC) – $5.64

Realty Income (O) – $3.86

Southern Company (SO) – $21.70

Stanley Black & Decker (SWK) – $8.28

Union Pacific (UNP) – $5.82

Wells Fargo (WFC) – $13.77

Exxon Mobil (XOM) – $49.59

Progress

My passive income for the month of September 2019 was $192.92 That means a decrease of 1% QoQ; The progress YoY is more meaningful; my dividend income for December last year was $131.95 so that’s an awesome increase of 45% YoY. Let’s look at the graph YTD:

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Buys In December

During this month I bought 20 shares of Simon Property Group (SPG) for a price of $145.98. You can read more about this purchase in this article. It still trades at an attractive valuation with a P/AFFO of 13.5 and a dividend yield of 5.78%.

Dividend Income FY 2019

Including this month I collected a nice FY $2,961.57. This means I closed this year with an increase of 65% YoY. WOW!

Thanks for stopping by and feel free to comment.

Happy investing!

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