So the year 2016 has come to an end and so does tracking the year. I’ve greatly improved the way I track all of my investment purchases, dividend raises, and dividend income and growth this year. I know exactly how my investment journey has benefited my passive income cash flow, and ultimately, my net worth and sustainability in relation to expenses.
This past month I’ve finally boosted my dividend income to an average of over $200 a month. It took 22 months to get to this point but it’s become practically clock work to me now and is very feasible for me to continue this journey.
The writing makes it a little more difficult and takes by far the most time, but I get a lot out of it myself and it forces me to think a lot of my decisions over as I’ve forced accountability on myself by sharing this with all the readers. If you’ve been a dedicated reader on the blog here, I truly thank you for making this all possible up to now. Thanks to you, I’ve recently organized to renew the web site for a 3-year period in 2017.
Best of luck to everyone in 2017, I hope the market continues to roar forward and our dividend income can collectively grow and we’re all one year closer to financial independence.
Summary of December Investment Activities
Throughout December, I’ve purchased:
- 43 shares of Enbridge Income Fund Holdings Inc. (TSE: ENF) at $34.80 (Annual Dividend Income +$80.24)
- 110 shares of TransAlta Renewables Inc. (TSE: RNW) at $14.15 (Annual Dividend Income +$96.80)
- 12 shares of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) at $116.87 (Annual Dividend Income +$27.36 USD)
One of my holdings increased their dividend.
None of my holdings were sold to recuperate capital.
None of my holdings reduced their dividends.