We have another winner! June 2017 will go into the Cheesy Index history books as the highest income month to date! Let’s quickly have a look at the June 2017 Dividend Update.
Monthly Dividend Update
The following shares were added last month:
- 200 AH shares, the dip after the Whole Foods news was an opportunity to average down.
We also have tons of DRIP shares including AAR.UN, CJR.B, DRG.UN, PLZ.UN, CIX, SJR.B and many more! Lot’s of payers in June.
Do also keep your eye on the Dividend Diplomats for an always amazing DGI income summary from various other bloggers.
Once we added up all the deposits received into the bank accounts (and corrected for exchange rates), the total comes to almost ~€885. That is a 26.9% increase from a year ago.
The graph below is showing the yearly dividend totals for 2015 and 2016, and a year-to-date dividend total for 2017. We are rapidly creeping up to the complete dividend income for 2016! Just about €1835 to go, which will take about 4 months or so.
The “Dutch” dividend income (AH, ABN, BOS, UNA and RDSA) are all after taxes (15%). The rest are held in RRSP’s and are not taxed (we will pay withholding tax when we withdraw from the account, but the dividends are not taxed themselves).
Dividend Stock Overview
Our dividend portfolio still contains 47 companies with a total of 11.793 shares and looks like this (up 2.574 shares from a year ago):
Dividend Sector Breakdown
When you breakdown the previously shown dividend stock overview by sector, it looks as follows:
How was your June? Did you also have a record month?