July 2018 dividend income report

Another short report.

July 2018 dividends

  • Coca Cola: 9.91EUR
  • Nike: 8.67EUR
  • GSK: 22.70EUR
  • Philip Morris: 53.58EUR
  • General Electric: 3.01EUR

In total, that’s 97.87EUR in after-taxes dividend income for July 2018.

Dividend increases:

  • Diageo: +5%
  • Hershey’s: +10%
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June 2018 dividend income report

Not a lot of time to write so this will be another quick report.

June 2018 dividends:

  • Unilever: 19.15EUR
  • YUM! Brands: 2.70EUR
  • United Technologies: 3.14EUR
  • Hershey’s: 5.69EUR
  • NVIDIA: 1.42EUR
  • Moury Construct: 36.40EUR
  • McDonald’s: 5.14EUR
  • YUM! China: 1.01EUR
  • Royal Dutch Shell: 65.85EUR
  • Gilead: 22.41EUR

In total, my after-taxes dividend income for June 2018 came in at 162.91EUR, a 17.35% year-over-year increase.

Dividend increases:

  • Philip Morris: +6.5%

 

May 2018 dividend income report

Time is flying fast, here we already have the May 2018 dividend income report.

May 2018 dividends

  • Bristol-Myers Squibb: 4.51EUR
  • AB InBev: 75.60EUR
  • Van de Velde: 27.40EUR
  • Colgate-Palmolive: 3.32EUR
  • Kinder Morgan: 6.17EUR
  • Omega Healthcare Investors: 8.22EUR
  • Sanofi: 26.50EUR
  • Warehouses de Pauw: one new share @ 94.50EUR + 59.85EUR cash

In total, this adds up to 306.07EUR, marking the first time my monthly dividend income exceeds the 300EUR mark!

 

April 2018 dividend income report

Here’s a look at my April 2018 dividend report:

April 2018 dividend income:

  • Nike: 8.25EUR
  • Coca Cola: 9.38EUR
  • Novo Nordisk: 37.24EUR
  • Vestas: 31.47EUR
  • Diageo: 43.47EUR
  • PZ Cussons: 3.71EUR
  • GSK: 27.83EUR
  • Philip Morris: 47.53EUR
  • South32: 2.11EUR
  • General Electric: 2.87EUR

Adding it all up results in a grand total of 213.86EUR in after-taxes dividend income.

Dividend increases:

  • Kinder Morgan: +60% (as previously promised)
  • Unilever: +8%

New buy:

  • 17 shares of AB InBev

That’s it for this month!

Anheuser-Busch InBev CEO Brito poses with a Stella Artois beer after a news conference in Leuven

March 2018 dividend income report

Another month with relatively little news.

March 2018 dividend income:

  • Yum! Brands: 2.58EUR
  • United Technologies: 2.98EUR
  • Hershey’s: 5.33EUR
  • McDonald’s: 4.81EUR
  • NVIDIA: 1.35EUR
  • Pandora A/S: 22.70EUR
  • YUM! China: 0.94EUR
  • Unilever: 18.01EUR
  • BHP: 15.31EUR
  • Royal Dutch Shell: 63.29EUR
  • Novo Nordisk: 11.58EUR
  • Gilead: 21.04EUR

In total, that’s 169.92EUR in after-taxes dividend income for March 2018.

Dividend increases:

  • Colgate-Palmolive: +5%

Other interesting dividend news:

France (of all places!) lowered its dividend withholding tax from 30% to 12.8%.

 

February 2018 dividend income report

Not much to report this month.

February 2018 dividend income

  • Bristol-Myers Squibb: 4.34EUR
  • Kinder Morgan: 3.65EUR
  • Colgate-Palmolive: 3.02EUR
  • Omega Healthcare Investors: 7.79EUR

February is one of my weaker dividend months and this time my after-taxes dividend income came in at just 18.80EUR.

Dividend increases/cuts

  • YUM! Brands: +20%
  • PZ Cussons: Dividend freeze
  • Novo Nordisk: +3%
  • Pandora A/S: Dividend -50% to boost the share buyback
  • Warehouses De Pauw (WDP): +6.7%
  • Gilead: +10%
  • Sanofi: +2.4%
  • Omega Healthcare Investors: Dividend freeze for rest of 2018
  • Coca Cola: +5.4%
  • Van de Velde: -52%
  • South32: +19.44% and a special dividend
  • BHP: +37.5%

January 2018 dividend income report

The last dividend of the month rolled into my account this noon.

January 2018 dividend income

  • Philip Morris: 48.14EUR
  • General Electric: 2.84EUR
  • GSK: 22.65EUR
  • Nike: 8.44EUR

In total that adds up to 82.07EUR of after-tax dividend income, which is a bit less than the 86.05EUR I received one year ago. The main reason here is the weakened US dollar and the GE dividend cut.

Dividend increases:

  • Diageo: interim dividend: +5%
  • Omega Healthcare Investors: +1.54%

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New buys:

  • I added more Pandora A/S and Vestas shares.

Overall, a pretty uneventful month. How was your dividend income this month?