Monthly update – December 2019

December is always a busy month, and this year was no exception. I have bought a lot of presents for the ones I love, and I have bought a lot of stocks for my self and for my future. More on that later. Now to what is always the best thing: The Dividends!

This months dividends added up to a total of DKK 130,3 (20 $)

The dividends was paid from a total of 19 companies (Gladstone made two payments):

Aflac6,24
Parker Haffinin5,05
Leovegas9,76
United Technologies4,26
Johnson&Johnson10,87
AGNC7,36
Main3,57
3M8,18
Gladstone9,23
STAG3,43
Coca-Cola6,85
Main4,11
Vanguard all world7,99
Vanguard High Dividend6,31
Ishares Euro Dividend2,76
Harvest7,31
T.Rowe8,61
Gilead Sciences7,13
LTC4,34
Gladstone6,94

As always, the numbers are in DKK – for Euro divide by 7,5 and US dollars divide by 6,5

A really great month of dividends with a lot of steady names like T.Rowe, J&J, 3M, United Technologies and some ETF’s like Vanguard all World.

Even though the monthly paying stocks are a bit riskier than “normal” stocks, I must say, that they are paying quite steady dividends every month. I know it’s “just” 5 $, but hey; It’s a start.

As a new addition for these monthly updates I will from now on have a graph of my total accumulated dividends:

Since I started my dividend portfolio, I have received a total of DKK 1.215,08 kr. / 187 $

Stock buys

As mentioned, I really upped my stock purchasing game, and will continue for the coming months.

I bought twelve new stocks in December and added to one of my other positions:

Stockno. of shares
Prosus NV2
Uber Technologies Inc.4
Sparindex – INDEX Dow Jones Sustainability World6
Vanguard FTSE All-World High Dividend Yield UCITS3
Unilever NV2
Kimberly-Clark1
Carnival Corp.3
Intel Corp.2
Microsoft Corp.1
iRobot Corp.2
Toyota Motor Corp.1
China Mobile (Hong Kong) Ltd3
Ternium SA7

Uber, Prosus and iRobot do not pay a dividend. I bought them for my small collection of stocks of my allocation, that I call stamps. Read more about that here.

Unilever, Kimberly Clark, Microsoft, Toyota and Intel are giant companies with a small yield but steady income. I have long wanted to add Microsoft to my portfolio, and now the first share is bought. Hopefully I can add a few more, when the stock price takes a dip in the future.

Carnival Corp. and Ternium has a higher yield but also a but more risk.