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Dividend income February 2017

February 2017 was a great month for our dividend income. It wasn't an all time high month, but it was the second highest month so far.

The following companies paid us net dividend (in Euros, after taxes):
  • Whitestone REIT (WSR): €3.79
  • Omega Healthcare Investors (OHI): €9.86
  • Texas Instruments (TXN): €1.61
  • Abbvie (ABBV): €1.53
  • Kempen Global High Dividend Fund (KGHD): €3.43 (DRIP)
In total our net dividend income was €20.22. I cannot compare this to last year's income because we weren't investing yet at the time but this is an increase of almost 29% from last November.

I am looking forward to next month. March promisses to be a new all time high and the first month that net dividend income will exceed €50.

How was your February on dividend income?

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  1. A 29% increase over 3 months is a great increase. Do not worry, you will have year over year dividend income to compare. Keep up the great work.

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  2. That's another €20 that you don't need to work for! Great start and best of luck to keep this going.
    We just calculated ours too, came in at about €340. Which for a slow month like February is pretty good.

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  3. Keep up the good work! I just started myself two weeks ago.

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  4. Awesome job keep adding and it will grow. Quarterly increase is awesome

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  5. It doesn't have to be an all time high as long as you can consistently put up strong year over year results. OHI is an interesting pick I might consider one day. I like LTC too. A nice REIT pull back would be welcome. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. It'll be awesome to see that total go over 50 for the first time and then grow from there!

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