Friday, November 27, 2020

2020 Dividends So Far

I think my goal for 2020 was to get $300+ dividends in my Robinhood Portfolio. Like a lot of goals planned for 2020, this isn't going to happen. 

You can see in the chart below the dividends I've received over the past 5 years. On November 9th of this year I passed the amount of dividends received in all of 2019. I was hoping to have reached this checkpoint earlier in the year, but I'll still end up getting over $200 in dividends this year. 

20162017201820192020
January$1.92$4.19$7.26$8.51$14.65
February$2.51$5.19$7.96$9.58$15.00
March$2.47$9.41$12.86$20.21$28.51
April$1.29$3.06$6.18$10.43$13.23
May$4.48$5.02$9.17$11.62$11.43
June$7.96$9.63$12.10$21.92$32.70
July$1.97$4.55$4.23$10.96$8.76
August$3.09$5.03$5.18$11.88$12.05
September$7.99$9.85$7.47$21.52$28.90
October$2.72$5.95$6.01$11.80$8.97
November$3.68$5.48$6.08$12.78$14.04
December$9.40$11.13$17.74$27.73$0.00
Total$49.48$78.49$102.24$178.94$188.24

I expect it will take a little longer to get back on course due to some companies reducing or cutting dividends. While I don't know of too many companies doing this, I heard that Disney is cutting their dividend for now. Also, I own Dunkin Donuts stock, and that is getting bought out into a private company. I will get some cash from the Dunkin Donuts buyout so I can buy more dividend stocks with that.

Signed,

Mitch

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