Saturday, July 2, 2016
June was a busy and exciting month for me with the graduation. The warmer weather lately is so much better than the cold winters here that seem to last longer every year. June is one of those bigger months in dividends for many people. We are halfway through 2016 already? Time is moving along quickly and that is reason enough to put every effort into our investments to reach our goals. Before too many years pass by and we don't get to enjoy our hard work and use the money on traveling and good experiences. There are some great bloggers who realize that our time is limited and we should look out for our own future and making the most out of it.
Friday, June 24, 2016
Scheduled for June 24, 2016 I purchased 1.5061 shares of The Walt Disney Company (DIS) at $98.91. The ESPN noise continues to dominate Disney and keep the price down under $100. Add in the other issues of the tragic alligator problem and the portion of the Brexit drop we had today it has stayed in the red. It is my hope that it stays down for a bit longer so I can buy more!
Tuesday, June 7, 2016
So, instead let's see how the dividend world treated me in May!
Thursday, June 2, 2016
On 05/24/2016 I purchased 1.5193 shares of The Walt Disney Company (DIS) for $98.05/share.
On June 2, 2016 I purchased 20 shares of Flowers Foods Company (FLO) for $18.67/share.
Thursday, May 5, 2016
Here we are in May, where the weather should start to begin warming up. The summer months should bring about more enjoyment as we are able to do more outdoor activities and sports and actually enjoy being outside. April has end and here I am tallying up my dividend income with about 6 weeks left until my graduation. I hope everyone had a great month in April and look forward to reading your reports and plans for the summer.
Friday, April 29, 2016
On 04/25/2016 I purchased 1.4422 shares of Walt Disney Company (DIS) for $103.29/share. The stock has been on a run for the last few weeks. The company has a lot of successful movie launches already this year and upcoming for the next few years. The market has rightfully ignored the CEO successor situation, but I won't be surprised if it does come into play if Bob Iger does not extend soon.