Dividend Income – June 2024

June is over, July is almost halfway
through and the second half of the year has begun. In June 2024, the
dividend income of my portfolio was as follows:

My Total dividends in June are
€3,586.43 ($3,877.92). After taxes, my net dividend income is
€2,664.86 ($2,852.77). In year 2023, my net dividend income in June
was €2,196.51 ($2,382.48). My portfolio’s net dividend income
increased by €468.35 or 21.3% to compared the same month of
previous year. Compared to the previous year, there have been several
changes to the dividend income of June: In 2023, KESKO paid its
quarterly dividend in June, this year it will pay it in July. AVANCE
increased its dividend by 132% compared to last year and also paid a
return of capital. Five new dividend payer have joined to the
portfolio, namely WTRG, ES, LHX, CCI and JGPI.DE, TRTN has left
portfolio while Brookfield aquired it, additional purchase such WEC,
NEE, ENB.TO, PPL.TO and O. Compared to a year ago, the holdings also
included some solid dividend increases like NN.AS, V, AFL and ADM,
but unfortunately also dividend cut from WBA, VFC and SDIV.

This net passive income of €2,664.86
means that I received a pleasant €88.73 every day or €3.70 every
hour during June, regardless of what I did. For the first six months
of the year, the corresponding amounts are €67.22 per day and €2.80
per hour.

This month’s dividend increased my
cumulative net dividend income € 168,602.48.

Net income / expenditure

Net passive income for June was
€2,664.86, and by the end of June it totalled €12,234.61.

Total expenditure for June was
€1,042.98, and by the end of June it totalled €6,735.23.

The result for June was €1,621.88,
and by the end of June it totalled €5,499.38.

I have now collected 52.1% of my target
net passive income for this year, which is €23,500.00.

You can follow the development of my
dividends here.

Full Disclosure: Long on above
mentioned stocks except WBA.

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