Tagged: amgn

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December 2017 Income

Total dividend income for December 2017 was $1278.18. This is up 62.7% over the dividend income received in 2016! I had three months this year where I broke over $1000. December’s dividends also bring me up to just over $20,000 in lifetime dividends received (since 2011). I’ll be coming out...

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September 2017 Income

September has always been one of the higher paying months, and this month was no exception. In fact, I set an all time record for me… $1226.75. This is a 66.7% increase from last September. My rent for the month was basically all paid by dividends! This was the second...

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December 2016 Income

Total dividend income for December 2016 was $785.70. This is up 62.5% over the dividend income received in 2015! It is also more money that I received the entire year in 2012. It has been fun to see the portfolio and the dividends get larger and larger. I also received...

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Adding to Two Positions I Already Own — AMGN and NSRGY

I’ve been busy with work, vacation, and the holiday season, which has kept me from writing a couple of posts. The great thing, though, is that even though I’ve been busy, my dividend income has kept rolling in. December has always been a great month for dividend income, and I’m...

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September 2016 Income

September has historically been one of the higher payout months. Total dividend income for September 2016 was $735.76, an increase of 15.7% over last September. Total dividend income for September 2015 was $635.77 and in September 2014 I received $312.11. I like this trend! Options: None currently open. Symbol Dividend...

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Latest Purchase of Amgen (Finally!)

It has been a while since I posted here (despite being very active troubleshooting the dividend portfolio tracker spreadsheet). On June 8th I added 20 additional shares of the biotechnology company, Amgen (AMGN). This purchase adds on to the already 34 shares that I had, adding an additional $80 per...

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Recent Sales and Purchases – November 2015

Sales Sales of dividend generating stocks usually don’t happen too often for those of us investing through this methodology. We hope that we do enough research and invest in companies that will be able to sustain paying dividends. These companies generally have historically paid dividends through the bull and bear...