Here is the dividend income report for February, 2017.
The monthly dividend income came out to $466.05. The yearly income total for 2017 through the end of the month was $684.93.
The income for February, 2016 was $383.08, and the yearly income for 2016 through the end of February was $620.16.
There is not a whole lot to report this month. I did buy Aqua America, which pays in “C” months, but I did not buy it in time for the March payout. Long term, baby, long term.
On the bright side, the twelve-month moving averages all moved higher. On this site, I only report the overall twelve-month moving average, but on my spreadsheet I break it down by Roth IRA and rollover IRA. I will have to pay taxes when I withdraw from the rollover, so I don’t want to see a nice big number and then have a big surprise when I need the money. The twelve-month moving average for the Roth IRA is a pretty small number. Right now it is about $140. I admit I have moments where I wonder if I will have enough to live on when I am old.
Here is a table with the year-to-date amounts, the monthly amounts, and the three- and twelve-month moving averages for each February from 2012 through 2017:
Here are the stocks and the income amounts for February, 2017:
- AT&T: $52.03
- Verizon: $60.98
- WGL Holdings Inc: $17.18
- ABM Industries Inc: $9.84
- Vodafone: $16.87
- Lowe’s Cos Inc: $19.33
- Clorox Co: $46.89
- Air Products & Chemicals Inc: $57.64
- Texas Instruments: $54.48
- Colgate-Palmolive: $44.10
- Hormel Foods Corp: $16.69
- Northwest Natural Gas Co: $29.20
- Procter & Gamble: $40.82
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