Sunday, July 29, 2018

June 2018 Dividend Update

I am a little less than 3 weeks away of completing my second half classes this summer and looking forward to the end of them. It has been busy both with working OT and taking a full load of classes all summer long. Here is my dividend update for June 2018.
Boeing Company (BA) $43.21
Delta Air Lines (DAL) $3.85
Ford Motor Company (F) $3.99
Pimco High Income Fund (PHK) $1.83
Pfizer Inc. (PFE) $4.31
Solar SR Capital Ltd. (SUNS) $1.84
Walmart Stores Inc. (WMT) ~$22.00
Valero Energy Corporation (VLO) $2.57
Southside Bancshares (SBSI) $15.07
Unilever PLC Sponsored ADR (UL) $5.81
United States Steel Corporation (X) $0.38
YUM Brands Inc. (YUM) $3.68
ExxonMobil Corporation (XOM) $10.57
Target Corporation (TGT) $3.39
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) $3.45
Whitestone REIT (WSR) $4.96
Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) $2.67
CSX Corporation (CSX) $2.80
Horizon Technology Finance Corporation (HRZN) $1.75
Kellogg Company (K) $10.26
Main Street Capital Corporation (MAIN) $2.44
Realty Income Corporation (O) $28.96
Stag Industrial Inc. (STAG) $1.58
Voya Global Equity Dividend & Premium Opportunity Fund (IGD) $2.53
McDonalds Corporation (MCD) $44.15
RLI Corporation (RLI) $1.11
Flowers Foods Inc. (FLO) $10.58
Prospect Capital Corporation (PSEC) $21.04
BP PLC Sponsored ADR (BP) $3.78
General Motors Company (GM) $5.15
Gamco Global Gold Natural Resources & Income Fund (GGN) $4.87
Waste Management Inc. (WM) $8.29
Main Street Capital Corporation (MAIN) $3.55
Sociedad Quimica Minera De Chile (SQM) $2.22
Kohls Corporation (KSS) $4.76
Stone Harbor Emerging Markets Income Fund (EDF) $7.17
Cornerstone Strategic Value Fund (CLM) $9.52
Gladstone Capital Corporation (GLAD) $4.74
LTC Properties Inc. (LTC) $3.50
PepsiCo Inc. (PEP) $12.16
Reaves Utility Income Fund (UTG) $0.02

June 2018 Dividends: $330.51


5 comments:

  1. Fantastic work, that's a lot of paying companies. Awesome stuff.

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    1. Buy, Hold Long,

      Thank you! I am hoping these amounts snowball higher in the future. School is very expensive these days which has and is hurting for some years.

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  2. Div Swan, Nice job. I have read that dividend paying stocks tend to outperform non-dividend payers because they're more profitable and better established than non-payers. So, I'm thinking you should be seeing nice appreciation in the value of the shares as well.

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    1. James,

      Yeah I think I read over 90% of the returns over a long period of time came from dividends being reinvested. DRIP is a great way to compound if you are not able to live off the cash dividends yet.

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