2012-06 Dividend Income

It is time for the monthly dividend income report. The total dividend income for June, 2012 was $305.84, compared with $294.68 in March, 2012. This is one of the bigger months in terms of income.

But it’s still not enough to pay my rent.

If I had 100 shares of all the stocks that paid dividends in June, the income would have been $762.30. For March, if I had 100 shares of all the stocks that paid dividends, the income would have been $733.00.

For June 2011, the income was $236.50, and if I had 100 shares of each stock in June, 2011 the income would have been $637.90. The increase for the theoretical 100 shares was 19%. The increase in the actual income was 29%.

I am not sure why there was a difference in the rates of increase. My guess is that I do not have an equal number of shares of each stock. I will get to this as I write my “Dividend Journey” series. I have different number of shares of each stock.

Here are the stocks:

  • AFLAC Inc: $16.87
  • American States Water Co: $14.44
  • Black Hills Corp: $11.92
  • Bemis Co Inc: $15.35
  • ConocoPhillips: $33.00
  • Intel: $9.83
  • Vectren Corp: $18.19
  • Archer-Daniels-Midland Co: $10.74
  • Sonoco Products Co: $18.62
  • Chevron: $18.92
  • Emerson Electric Co: $20.27
  • Questar Corp: $8.27
  • Exxon Mobil Corp: $31.95
  • Johnson & Johnson: $19.30
  • 3M Co: $7.36
  • Walgreen Co: $12.15
  • Dover Corp: $6.82
  • Consolidated Edison Inc: $16.25
  • RLI Corp: $15.59

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Post created on 2012-07-02_19:59:51, last modified on 2018-02-08_23:56:47

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One Comment

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