Dividend Income Update – September 2017

Another month has passed by, and it’s time for me to post the dividends that Skyy earned in the month of September. It’s hard to argue the success of long-term dividend growth investing when you can slowly and surely see dividend income rise over time and get closer to covering your family expenses.

I hope these monthly dividend income reports provide inspiration for any investors out there that are just starting out. It shows that it’s possible to one day pay for monthly expenses with dividends, which would provide an investor opportunities and freedom to pursue other interests than full-time work.

What you’ll see below is a list of every dividend Skyy collected over the prior month, which company paid the dividend and the amount of the dividend.

September 2017 Dividends Received

  • Pfizer (PFE) – $3.50
  • Wal-Mart (WMT) – $1.61
  • Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) – $1.76
  • Emerson Electric (EMR) – $2.55
  • Chevron (CVX) – $2.32
  • Realty Income (O) – $6.92
  • Unilever (UL) – $0.86
  • BHP Billiton (BBL) – $2.83
  • Consolidated Edison (ED) – $7.52
  • Old Republic (ORI) – $3.99
  • Flower Foods (FLO) – $1.87
  • Microsoft (MSFT) – $1.18
  • Waste Management (WM) – $0.90
  • Bank of America (BAC) – $2.45
  • Cornerstone Fund (CLM) – $38.70
  • Aberdeen Income Fund (FAX) – $8.23

Total dividends received during the month of September: $87.19

Its crazy to think that we have less than 90 days left in 2017! I honestly feel like the year just started a few months ago. The markets seem like they are hitting new highs, because everyone is waiting on the final decision on the new tax reform that will be established by the end of the year. Hopefully everything works out and if not I will be ready for a Market Correction after almost 10 years of the market heading higher.

As always we are truly thankful that Skyy was able to earn $87 this month without lifting a finger and continuing to be a great daughter. She did nothing to earn this money except for make great decisions with past Cash Flow!

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