August 2019 dividend income report

Time for the August 2019 dividend income overview!

August 2019 dividend income:

  • Bristol-Myers Squibb: 4.99EUR
  • Synchrony Financial: 10.02EUR
  • Colgate-Palmolive: 3.61EUR
  • Kinder-Morgan: 8.19EUR
  • Omega Healthcare Investors: 8.74EUR
  • Novo Nordisk: 29.36EUR

A total of 64.91EUR in after-taxes dividend income. Down 13.25% year-over-year as one stock is now paying in September instead of August.



July 2019 dividend income

July 2019 dividend income:

  • Philip Morris: 70.29EUR
  • General Electric: 0.26EUR
  • GlaxoSmithKline: 22.34EUR
  • Nike: 9.86EUR
  • Coca Cola: 10.45EUR

Adding it all up results in 113.20EUR in after-taxes dividend income for July 2019.

Dividend increases:

  • Hershey’s: +7%
  • Diageo: +5%

June 2019 dividend income report

Summer has arrived in full swing! June was another good month in terms of dividend income.

June 2019 dividend income

  • Recticel: 18.48EUR
  • Unilever: 20.01EUR
  • YUM! Brands: 3.29EUR
  • United Technologies: 3.45EUR
  • 3M: 4.49EUR
  • Hershey’s: 6.39EUR
  • Moury Construct: 36.40EUR
  • McDonald’s: 6.05EUR
  • YUM! China: 1.25EUR
  • NVIDIA: 1.57EUR
  • Royal Dutch Shell: 67.90EUR
  • Gilead: 25.26

In total that’s 194.54EUR in after-taxes dividend income, up 19.45 percent year-over-year.


April and May 2019 dividend income

Another brief update.

April 2019 dividends

  • BHP: 17.05EUR
  • Coca Cola: 10.49EUR
  • Nike: 9.95EUR
  • Novo Nordisk: 39.27EUR
  • Vestas: 25.31EUR
  • South32: 2.10EUR
  • PZ Cussons: 3.75EUR
  • GlaxoSmithKline: 28.25EUR
  • Diageo: 46.32EUR
  • Philip Morris: 70.05EUR
  • General Electric: 0.25EUR

A nice total of 252.79EUR for April.

May 2019 dividends

  • Bristol-Myers Squibb: 4.96EUR
  • Van de Velde: 27.40EUR
  • AB InBev: 69.30EUR
  • Sanofi: 27.55EUR
  • Colgate-Palmolive: 3.61EUR
  • Kinder-Morgan: 8.18EUR
  • Omega Healthcare Investors: 8.69EUR
  • Synchrony Financial: 9.51EUR
  • WDP: 168.00EUR
  • Ageas: 38.50EUR

And a grand total of 365.70EUR in May. Both months are above average due to the concentration of European stocks that pay just once or twice a year.

Dividend increases:

  • Kinder Morgan: +25%
  • Unilever: +6%
  • Synchrony Financial: +4.76%

March 2019 dividend income

Time to take a look at the March dividend income.

March 2019 dividend income:

  • YUM! Brands: 3.29EUR
  • United Technologies: 3.47EUR
  • Hershey’s: 6.38EUR
  • McDonald’s: 6.01EUR
  • Pandora A/S: 22.65EUR
  • Unilever: 19.67EUR
  • YUM! China: 1.24EUR
  • NVIDIA: 1.58EUR
  • Novo Nordisk: 12.26EUR
  • Royal Dutch Shell: 68.88EUR
  • Gilead: 25.52EUR

Also received 17.12EUR from the General Electric spin-off event. In total that adds up to 188.07EUR in dividends after all the dividend taxes.

February 2019 dividend income

Another quick update. I’ll also start by saying that due to some changes in my life, I’m still dedicating a lot less time to the blog and my writings. This may or may not change in the future. I’m still building up my portfolio, but at a lower pace due to changes in my savings rate.

February 2019 dividends:

  • Bristol-Myers Squibb: 4.85EUR
  • Kinder-Morgan: 6.48EUR
  • Colgate-Palmolive: 3.49EUR
  • Omega Healthcare Investors: 8.64EUR

Resulting in a grand total of 23.46EUR in after-taxes dividend income. Really the weakest month of the year, by far 😉

Recent dividend increases:

  • Colgate-Palmolive +2.4%
  • Coca Cola +2.6%
  • Ageas +5%
  • Sanofi +1.3%


January 2019 dividend income report

A new year, some new buys, some fresh dividends, and some dividend increases!

Here’s an overview of the dividends I received in January 2019:

  • Nike: 9.78EUR
  • GlaxoSmithKline: 22.34EUR
  • Philip Morris: 54.59EUR
  • General Electric: 0.25EUR
  • BHP: 31.57EUR (one-time, special dividend)

Adding it all up results in a total of 118.63EUR in after-taxes dividend income for January 2019.

Recent buys:

  • 21x Philip Morris: Picked up some shares last month to increase my total shareholding to 100 shares. High yield combined with a decent valuation.
  • 25x Ageas: My first stock in the financial sector. Low payout ratio combined with a decent yield and an attractive valuation.
  • 86x Synchrony Financial: My second financial stock. Somewhat riskier should a recession come around but cheap valuation, decent dividend yield with low payout ratio and a high level of buybacks.

Dividend increases:

  • Gilead: +10.5%
  • Novo Nordisk +3.8%
  • Warehouses De Pauw: +8%
  • Diageo: +5%
  • YUM! Brands: +17%

As it stands right now, I expect dividend income of around 1,889EUR over the next 12  months. Additionally, I should also be able to reclaim 240EUR via my tax return in 2020, resulting in a total of around 2,129EUR.

Which stocks did you buy recently?