Here is the dividend income report for November, 2016.
The monthly dividend income came out to $506.98. The yearly income total for 2016 through the end of the month was $5048.77.
The income for November, 2015 was $460.83, and the yearly income for 2015 through the end of November was $4517.55.
It looks like I will beat my total from 2015. But I will still not beat my best year, so 2016 will only be my second-best year. For the first time, my 12 month moving average was more than $500.
For the past few years, my total was going up by about $1000/year, but I think that rate will not hold this year. I will have to live to about 150 to be able to live off my dividends at the rate this is going. Granted, if I rolled over my Roth 401K from my job, I would have a lot more money to invest.
Right now, I am not too sure what to invest it in. PE ratios are still pretty high. But, as I have said, they have been high for a while. But, as Barry Ritholtz reminds us, markets are rarely fairly valued. Maybe next year I will start to buy more. I found a site called Earnings Cast that archives quarterly conference calls for a lot of companies. Another thing to add to my to-do list.
Here is a table with the year-to-date amounts, the monthly amounts, and the three- and twelve-month moving averages for each November from 2011 through 2016:
Here are the stocks and the income amounts for November, 2016:
- AT&T: $50.31
- Verizon: $60.26
- WGL Holdings Inc: $17.05
- Lowe’s Cos Inc: $19.23
- ABM Industries Inc: $9.51
- Air Products & Chemicals Inc: $57.28
- Clorox Co: $46.56
- Colgate-Palmolive: $43.85
- Hormel Foods Corp: $14.18
- Northwest Natural Gas Co: $28.95
- Procter & Gamble: $40.49
- Texas Instruments: $54.10
- Eaton Corporation: $65.21
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