Sunday, February 10, 2019

Dividend Income Update - January 2019



      
        The month of January 2019 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 Nova Scotia (BNS) - $35.25  (transfer agent)
  • Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) - $17.00
  • Bell Canada Enterprises (BCE) - $75.50
  • Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce "CIBC" (CM) - $38.08
  • Cineplex  (CGX) - $14.50
  • Enerplus (ERF)  -$ 5.58
  • Restaurant Brands International (QSR) - $59.88
  • Rogers Communications Class B (RCI.B) - $96.00
  • Shaw Communications (SJR.B)  - $19.75
  • Telus Corporation (T.TO) - $54.50
Subtotal :  $416.04

TFSA
  • A&W Royalties Income Fund (AW.UN) - $5.43
  • Boston Pizza Royalties Income Fund   (BPF.UN) - $26.91
  • Dream Office REIT   (D.UN)  - $14.00
  • iShares 1-5 yr Laddered Canadian Corporate Bond ETF (CBO) - $1.43
  • Killam Properties REIT (KMP.UN) - $  16.11
  • TFI International (TFII) - $12.00
  • Telus Corporation (T.TO) - $13.08
Subtotal:  $88.96

Total = $505.00

    I received a total of $505.00 in dividend income for the month of January 2019.  This represents a 11.89% increase from 3 months ago and 19.78% increase year over year.  

    
    I received $0.00 from option premiums within my investment accounts in January 2019.

    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.

How was your dividend income for January 2019?

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.

2 comments:

  1. Solid start to the year. Love seeing those Canadian banks in other portfolios. I'm still sticking with my TD, BNS and RY. Keep on stacking!

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    1. Keith,

      Thanks for dropping by. It definitely has been a solid start to the year. Every dividend payment is a blessing as it requires no further work on my part to receive the ongoing dividend payments.

      The Canadian banks are very stable investments. The smart thing an investor can do when it comes to the Canadian banks is not to sell them ever !!

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