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!

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Symbol Dividend Amount
ADM $17.80
AFL $25.76
AMGN $54.46
AVA $56.23
BBL $35.41
BMS $15.54
BP $42.76
CVX $28.78
EMR $22.08
GILD $44.87
HRS $27.64
HSY $18.77
IBM $66.11
JNJ $68.17
NAVI $41.04
O $11.14
PGX $0.21
TGT $43.60
TROW $10.14
UL $5.57
V $18.11
VTR $17.78
WFC $33.67

Total option income for September 2016: $0
Total cumulative option income for 2016: $488.96

Lending Club interest for September 2016: pending
Cumulative Lending Club interest for 2016: pending

Total dividends for September 2016: $735.76
Total cumulative dividend income for 2016: $3,613.29
Total cumulative passive income for 2016 (dividends, interest, options): $4,102.25
Forward 12-Month Dividends: $5,061.54

Full disclosure: Long all the above stocks

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12 Responses

  1. DivHut says:

    A great trend indeed of growing passive income. That’s a nice long list of names paying you in Sep. with quite a few in common between our portfolios. Sep. is always a fun month to report income. Keep the trend going. Thanks for sharing.
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    • scott says:

      Hi DivHut,

      Yep, the March, June, September, December months are always the best as far as reporting dividends goes. Thanks for commenting!


  2. Now that is some awesome/quick growing income right there. I love the listing of companies in your dividend portfolio. Those groups of companies should produce an awesome stream of growing dividend income for a long, long time. Keep up the great work!


    • scott says:

      Thanks, Bert! Diversification is very important because as we know companies (I’m looking at you BBL) can cut their dividends. Thanks for the comment!

  3. FerdiS says:

    I just love quarter-ending months! Congratulations on your total for September — nearly 16% up from last year… wow!

    FerdiS, DivGro
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    • scott says:

      Thanks, FerdiS. I loved reading your BA analysis on Seeking Alpha too. BA has been a good one to sell puts on and am hoping to own shares in it sometime soon as well.

  4. Hey Scott. It’s a great trend. And, the portfolio of stocks who paid you are all solid. I hope all is going well with your new job.
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    • scott says:

      Hi Nathan,

      Thanks for the comment! The new job is going well. I get paid monthly now rather than semimonthly so have to budget my investing for that. Hence, most of my new purchases will be more toward the beginning of the month.

  5. That’s a solid month and great growth y/y. I see a lot of great names in that group of stocks!

    • scott says:

      This Mar-Jun-Sept-Dec cycle to always great. It certainly helps to be diversified as well. Despite some substantial cuts over the past year the year-over-year growth was still positive.

      Thanks for commenting! Your portfolio looks great as well. Keep up the good work.

  6. wayne says:

    Outstanding! I’m hitting between 290 and 500/mo in dividend income. Variance is due to some holdings paying annual or semi annual dividends/gains etc. About 37% of that is monthly pays, 10% annual and semi-annual. Your spreadsheet tells me that I’m about 4.7% dividend yield. I’m working on addition positions to even out the monthly variance as well as trying to bring the anticipated annual dividends of each holding into a fairly equal % of total income so any holding that may go bust before I catch it, won’t be too much of a negative impact overall. Last month I decided to change dividends to cash to take advantage of the coming correction, whenever that may be… on the dips.

    Thanx for all you work, time and commitment to this. Do you post articles on Seeking Alpha? I see you as a great fit over there and it might even help market your spreadsheet for $5 a download. Besides it’s easier for me to ‘follow you’.

    • scott says:

      290-500/month is great! I agree that it is hard to even it out since there are a few months where many companies like to payout.

      I read Seeking Alpha but don’t write there. A couple people have been saying I should sell the spreadsheet. I likely won’t but instead will have a donation button on the site soon. It does take many hours of work, but would eat up even more time if I sold it. Thanks for the kind words!

      I’ll be away until Sunday night but then will look into your questions.


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