Passive Income – September 2019

Once in a month I will publish a Passive Income Report. This will show you what changes happened in my portfolio and how much passive income I collected during the month. This month I received 321,5 in passive income, which is a 49 % increase compared to last September.

Passive Income

  • Microsoft (MSFT): 10,4 €
  • Johnson and Johnson (JNJ): 17,2 €
  • Target (TGT): 32,8 €
  • Exxon (XOM): 13,4 €
  • Fortis Inc. (FTS): 32,4 €
  • Enbridge (ENB): 59,6 €
  • Gilead Sciences Inc. (GILD): 14,4 €
  • Canadian Utilities (CU): 21,7 €
  • Royal Dutch Shell (RDS): 38,4 €
  • Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. (WBA): 18,6 €
  • Realty Inc. (O): 13,0 €
  • Mintos (P2P loans): 49,6 €

To keep things as simple as possible, I have converted all currencies and this stock dividend to Euros. 

In 2019 I have received 2 590 € in passive income, which is 74 % of my annual goal (3 500 €). 

passive income

If you are interested to read more about my passive income history, you can access older reports for more details.

Dividend Increases

Four companies in my portfolio announced dividend increases this month:

  • Fortis Inc. (FTS): +6,1 %
  • Microsoft (MSFT): +10,9 %
  • Realty Inc. (O): +0,2 %
  • W.P Carey Inc. (WPC): +0,2 %

I am always happy to see dividend raises as they increase my yield on cost!  These four raises increase my projected annual income by 12,9 €.

Buys/sells

I didn’t purchase or sell any shares in September

Summary

My portfolio value increased about 3 % in September. Another dull post, because I am still increasing my cash savings and not purchasing any shares at the moment.

Thanks for reading!

How was your month? How much passive income did you receive? Please share your thoughts in the comment section below!

2 thoughts on “Passive Income – September 2019

  1. Mr. Robot Reply

    Somid amounts and allmost 50% growth is a dream with your numbers. We share only two companies which is interesting. I see some companies which I would like to have like Microsoft. Only when to buy, that’s the question.

    • Dividend Deluge Post authorReply

      I’m a bit surprised how fast the growth has been even though I have been really passive on the market for a while. There are so many interesting companies around, but it’s really annoying that most of them look really expensive at the moment.

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