Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Dividend Income Update - November 2018

        The month of November 2018 is another month of dividend income landing in my accounts. This money is used to help pay my expenses if it is needed. If the money is not needed, it is ALL used to purchase new investments to further increase my cash flow.

 Non-registered Accounts
  • Bank of Montreal (BMO) - $33.60
  • Cineplex  (CGX) - $14.50
  • Enerplus (ERF)  -$ 5.58
  • Emera Inc. (EMA) - $58.75
  • Shaw Communications (SJR.B)  - $19.75
Subtotal :  $132.18

  • A&W Royalties Income Fund (AW.UN) - $5.43
  • Boston Pizza Royalties Income Fund   (BPF.UN) - $26.91
  • Cominar REIT (CUF.UN) - $12.66
  • Dream Office REIT   (D.UN)  - $14.00
  • Horizons Natural Gas Yield ETF (HNY)  - $7.84
  • iShares 1-5 yr Laddered Canadian Corporate Bond ETF (CBO) - $0.66
  • Killam Properties REIT (KMP.UN) - $  16.11
Subtotal:  $83.61

Total = $215.79

    I received a total of $215.79 in dividend income for the month of November 2018.  This represents a 17.9% decrease from 3 months ago and 18.0% decrease year over year.  

     The large decrease from 3 months ago was due to selling Dream Office REIT (D.UN) inside my margin account.  This sale is also the main reason for the large decrease year or year.
    I received $0.00 from option premiums within my investment accounts in November 2018.

    I will update my dividend income tab with the new amount I will include my option premium income also.  It is great to see money from passive income sources deposited into my brokerage account every single month.

On  Dec 1, I received more dividend income from one stock than I did for all positions in November. 

How was your dividend income for November 2018?

Disclosure : Long all securities above.

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I am not a financial planner, financial advisor, accountant or tax attorney. The information on this blog represents my own thoughts and opinions and should NOT be taken as investment or business advice.

Every individual should do their due diligence to make their own financial decisions based on their financial situation and tolerance for risk.

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