Dividend Income



Financial independence cannot guarantee long term retirement unless the retirement capital generates enough income. Cash flow is more important then assets. I started tracking dividends since January 2015. I am mostly invested in cheap index funds and ETFs, hence dividends are on quarterly basis.

Check out my portfolio

Quarter2015201620172018
Q1/March$18.78$17.84$70.32$200.56
Q2/June$24.33$73.29$133.85$369.57
Q3/September$38.46$13.22$146.29$356.24
Q4/December$53.53$45.01$228.07$0.00
Total$135.10$149.36$578.53$956.98








3 comments:

  1. Wow you really increased from 2016 to 2017! Thats awesome to see!

    I just started my own blog about dividend growth investing and my path to financial freedom.

    If you have a second check it out and let me know what you think!

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    1. Thanks. Will definitely check out your blog.

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  2. That is really impressive annual growth rate! Investing in index funds also gives you a nice sector diversification.

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