July 2016 dividend income report

Not a lot of time to write a beefier post so I’m going to keep this report brief.

Here’s an overview of all dividends I received in July 2016:

  • Coca Cola: 9.58EUR
  • Royal Dutch Shell: 26.70EUR
  • Philip Morris: 51.74EUR
  • GlaxoSmithKline: 26.64EUR
  • General Electric: 6.36EUR

As usual, the dividend of my London-listed RDSB shares arrived a couple of days late. Adding it all up results in a monthly dividend income of 121.02EUR, the fourth triple-digit figure in a row.

This month is going to be a bit less impressive as none of my big payers send me a dividend in August. I am looking forward to the interim dividend from Novo Nordisk though, this diabetics treatment giant will declare its first interim dividend on August 5. I’m curious what kind of split they’ll use for the interim and final dividend.

Last week I also received several dividend increases.

  • Hershey: +6%
  • Diageo: +5% for the final dividend
  • PZ Cussons: +1.4%
  • Omega Healthcare Investors: +3.45% (its sixteenth consecutive quarterly dividend increase)

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10 thoughts on “July 2016 dividend income report

  1. DivHut

    “Dividends are coming” 🙂 Triple digit dividend income is always nice to receive. Congrats on keeping that flow going with some dividend increases too. You just have to love the results of investing in solid dividend income payers. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Dividends Are Coming Post author

      The dividend increases are nice but one thing that’s bothering me is that most of the raises I got this year were well below historical norms. The fact that several of my companies have a frozen dividend is also holding back dividend growth in my portfolio.

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