November 2019 Dividend Income & Recent Buys

Greetings! Can’t believe there’s one month left to go in 2019, and looking to finish out the year strong. The markets continued their roll again with the S&P 500 being up about 3.4% for the month. This is a great time to review investment allocations to make sure they still reflect your personal risk tolerance and goals. I’m expecting those inevitable market declines and preparing to stick with the plan.

Below is the dividend income received during November: (Values are in USD)

ABBV – 48.15

ALLY – 10.20

APD – 13.92

CAT – 24.72

CL – 12.04

CLX – 16.96

CVS – 25.00

GIS – 61.25

GWRS – 3.58

O – 10.22

PG – 14.17

T – 33.15

WCN – 6.11


November Dividend Totals: $279.47

Total Companies: 13

Month Increase YoY: 37.1%

December Watchlist: DAL, IBM, JNJ, VTI, WM

November Purchase(s):

3 shares – CLX @ $146.28 (existing position)

7 shares – NWN @ $65.90 (new position)

6 shares – WM @ $110.16 (existing position)

5 shares – XYL @ $78.20 (new position)

3 shares – YUM @ $98.14 (existing position)

**Below each purchase is a max view stock chart taken at the end of the month for each of these companies. The screenshots are from Google Finance and provide a quick overview with some extra metrics. These (5) purchases added $48.22 to yearly dividend income.

Let me know below if you plan on putting any money to work in December and what you are watching! Thanks for reading!


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7 thoughts on “November 2019 Dividend Income & Recent Buys

  1. A solid month, Divcome. You’ve amassed an impressive dividend income total for such an early age (late 20s, right?). You should be proud. I can’t say I got focused on investing until my 30s, as I instead was saving to purchase a home. In any case, keep this up and you’ll be reaching financial freedom in short order.
    I’ve been watching WM in hopes that I can add it to my Portfolio, but I’m hoping for a pullback of some sort before I dive in. YUM seems to have a had a decent retreat, but I haven’t followed closely enough to know why.
    Hope to see you add a portfolio page when you can. Keep up the good work on the blog and your investing.


    1. Thank you very much Engineering Dividends. Really enjoy following your blog btw and getting your great perspective. Yes, I have one more year of that age description left haha. Started out as more of a “trader” with options, etc. but a couple yrs ago found the “investor” mindset to be the best approach.

      Yeah WM always seems to be expensive but had to jump into that one, purchased again in Dec. Think YUM just got a little ahead of itself and needed the pullback, and the no fee commissions make it easy to fill out positions like this.

      Thanks again and have a good one!


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