Tuesday, June 9, 2015

May 2015 Dividend Update

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May was a busy month with school and a study abroad trip I took throughout Europe. Just because you get busy does not mean some things don't happen still. Regular recurring investments still occur while away and so does receiving dividend income. Final exams and a pile of papers are due by next week as I try to wrap up another semester before starting again. Here are the dividends I received in May in my regular brokerage account.

Deere & Company (DE) $6.93
Pimco High Income Fund (PHK) $1.85
Solar Sr Capital Ltd. (SUNS) $1.41
Communication Sales and Leasing (CSAL) $5.86
Gladstone Capital Corporation (GLAD) $3.47
Chambers Street Properties Inc. (CSG) $0.59
Whitestone REIT (WSR) $5.81
Horizon Technology Finance Corporation (HRZN) $1.42
Independence Realty trust (IRT) $1.30
Linnco LLC (LNCO) $1.21
MAIN Street Capital Corporation (MAIN) $1.76
Procter & Gamble Corporation (PG) $5.50
Realty Income Corporation (O) $21.82
STAG Industrial Inc. (STAG) $1.24
Voya Global Equity Dividend & Premium Opportunity Fund (IGD) $2.23
Enerplus Corporation (ERF) $3.11
Inland Real Estate Corporation (IRC) $0.75
Pengrowth Energy Corporation (PGH) $0.22
Student Transportation Incorporated (STB) $1.67
Caterpillar Incorporated (CAT) $4.90
Sociedad Quimica Minera De Chile S A Sponsored ADR (SQM) $0.72
Gamco Global Gold Natural Resources & Income Trust (GGN) $7.12
Prospect Capital Corporation (PSEC) $35.87
Armour Residential REIT (ARR) $0.10
Southern Copper Corporation (SCCO) $1.33
Stone Harbor Emerging Markets Income Fund (EDF) $4.56
Cornerstone Progressive Return Fund (CFP) $8.14
Fifth Street Finance Corporation (FSC) $6.37
Gladstone Capital Corporation (GLAD) $3.50 (2nd one of May)
LTC Properties Incorporated (LTC) $5.60
Reaves Utility Income Fund (UTG) $3.25

Total May 2015 Dividend Income: $149.61

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  1. Wow, that's along list of dividend payers for the month of May. Great job of spreading your income stream. I see quite a fee CEFs as well. No doubt paying a nice size distribution. You post highlights that fact the dividends keep rolling in, while you work, travel, play and sleep. Ahhh.... the beauty of passive income. Great update and thanks for sharing.

    1. DivHut,

      Thank you! Even though I have not been able to afford to buy much lately, it is great to see some regular buying in the past few years is paying off some dividends.

      I look forward to the future when can get my degree and pay in full all my credit card debt regularly once again.

      Thank you for stopping by. I appreciate it!