Sunday, November 17, 2019

Expired Options (November 2019)

Several of the options I'd sold expired on Friday, 15 November.

When options expire, I no longer have associated obligations. For puts, there no longer is a chance that I would have to buy shares and the margin that was set aside as collateral gets released. For covered calls, there no longer is a chance that my shares will be called away.

Expiration creates an opportunity to replace some of the expired options with new ones in the coming weeks. In this article, I provide a summary of expired options and discuss potential replacement trades.

Additionally, I discuss what happened with in the money options that would have expired this month. Sometimes, I decide to roll forward such options to avoid assignment. The alternative is doing nothing and waiting for an assignment.

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Dividend Increases: November 4-8, 2019

In this article series, I provide a weekly summary of dividend increases. I like monitoring dividend increases because I consider stocks with regular dividend increases to be candidates for further analysis.

As a bonus, I include ex-dividend dates for the next two weeks.

Five of this week's dividend increases are double-digit percentage increases.

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Reasonably Valued High-Quality, High-Yield Dividend Growth Stocks

I've been using a modified version of David Van Knapp's quality scoring system to rank the Dividend Aristocrats, the Dividend Kings, and the Dividend Champions.

The system employs five widely used quality indicators from independent sources and assigns 0-5 points to each quality indicator, for a maximum of 25 points. I call the total score a stock's quality score.

This article presents reasonably valued, high-quality dividend growth stocks (with quality scores of 20-24) that yield at least 3%.

For each stock, I present key metrics, quality indicators, a fair value estimate, and the Chowder number.

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Dividend Increases: October 28-November 1, 2019

This article series provides a weekly summary of dividend increase announcements. I like monitoring dividend increases because I consider stocks with regular dividend increases to be candidates for further analysis.

As a bonus, I include ex-dividend dates for the next two weeks.

Seven of this week's dividend increases are double-digit percentage increases.

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Monthly Review Of DivGro: October 2019

Once a month, I review my portfolio of dividend growth stocks, DivGro. I present details of any buys or sells, and I provide a summary of dividends collected. I also consider the impact on DivGro's projected annual dividend income (PADI).

In October, I closed two positions and added shares to five existing positions. Five DivGro stocks announced dividend increases in October. The net result of these changes is that PADI decreased by about 2.8% in October. Year over year, PADI increased by 13.5%.

As for dividend income, in October I received dividends totaling $1,209 from 24 stocks in my portfolio, a year over year increase of 8%. So far in 2019, I've collected $20,803 in dividends or about 83% of my 2019 goal of $25,200.

Saturday, November 2, 2019

Options Update: October 2019

I write monthly update articles to summarize options trades and to keep track of options income. Each update also serves as a status report on open options and the obligations I might have.

My goal in 2019 is to collect $21,000 in options income and I'm very happy to report that I've achieved that goal with October's options income! Year to date, I've collected $21,541 in options income!

With two months to go, I'm wondering if my options income will exceed my dividend income goal of $25,200? That would be quite an achievement!

Thursday, October 31, 2019

Summary Of Dividend Increases In Q3-2019

In this article, I summarize the dividend increases announced in the third quarter of 2019 (Q3-2019), as summarized in my weekly Dividend Increases article series. These articles cover dividend increases for a selection of dividend growth stocks in the CCC list. The following screens determine the selection:

     • Dividend Yield ≥ 1.0%
     • Market cap ≥ $1 billion
     • No stocks that are being acquired
     • No Over-The-Counter or Pink Sheet stocks

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Recent Sell: Gap

I bought shares of Gap (GPS) in June 2019 due to an options assignment.

When I first looked at GPS, the company seemed to have good prospects on top of a generous dividend. Now, unfortunately, the prospects seem less favorable and, while the dividend is very generous, it is deemed Borderline Safe by Simply Safe Dividends. 

I've been using a new quality scoring system to assess the quality of my DivGro stocks. The system is simple and does a great job identifying high-quality stocks, and also lower quality positions that may be candidates for the chopping block. GPS has a quality score of only 9, which puts it in the Low-Quality category.

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Dividend Increases: October 14-25, 2019 (Part 2: Remaining Sectors)

In the past two weeks, 23 companies in the CCC List announced dividend increases. When so many companies increasing their dividends, I  break up my summary articles into two or more parts. That way, the articles aren't too long and I can include more FASTgraphs charts of stocks with compelling earnings growth.

Part 1 of this three-part article dividend increases announced for stocks in the Utilities and Financials sectors. This is Part 2, which covers dividend increase announcements for the remaining sectors.

Dividend Increases: October 14-25, 2019 (Part 1: Utilities And Financials)

In the past two weeks, 23 of the companies I track announced dividend increases. This two-part article provides a summary of these increases and provides several FASTGraph charts of stocks that exhibit impressive earnings growth.

I like monitoring dividend increases because I consider companies that regularly increase their dividends to be candidates for further analysis and possible investment.

Part 1 of this article covers dividend increases announced for stocks in the Utilities and Financials sectors. Part 2 will cover dividend increases of stocks in the remaining sectors.

Saturday, October 26, 2019

Recent Sell: Ford Motor

I first bought shares of Ford Motor (F) in November 2014 and increased my position occasionally to a maximum of 2,000 shares.

One of the reasons I've held my F position for so many years (despite its poor performance) is that I managed to boost my yield through options income.

But I'm no longer interested in holding F. The stock has a Borderline Safe dividend according to Simply Safe Dividends and a quality score of only 11. For reference, only stocks with quality scores of 15 and above are considered to be high-quality stocks.

In this article, I'll share my thoughts on F and provide a transaction summary.

Friday, October 25, 2019

Expired Options (October 2019)

In my September Options Update article, I listed no fewer than sixteen options with October expiration dates.

Four of these options were trading at or in the money, meaning they were in danger of being assigned. Furthermore, a few options were trading out of the money with small margins of safety.

Before expiration, I took some defensive actions to avoid options assignment. Specifically, I rolled forward several options and in some cases moved the strike price out of the money.

But most of the options expired and I no longer have associated obligations. For puts, there no longer is a chance that I would have to buy shares and the margin that was set aside as collateral gets released. For covered calls, there no longer is a chance that my shares will be called away. The options premium I collected by selling these options become free and clear or secured.

Monday, October 21, 2019

Quarterly Review of DivGro: Q3-2019

This is the 27th quarterly review of DivGro, my portfolio of dividend growth stocks.

My quarterly reviews summarize the transactions executed in the past quarter and provide a summary of dividend income and dividend changes. Additionally, I include charts showing various portfolio statistics. The reviews are mostly informational and help me to track progress over time.

Now in its seventh year of existence, my portfolio generated more than $6,290 of dividend income this quarter and I'm projecting dividend income of at least $6,680 per quarter going forward.

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Dividend Increases: October 7-11, 2019

This article series provides a weekly summary of dividend increase announcements. Monitoring dividend increases helps me to identify candidate stocks for further analysis.

As a bonus, I include ex-dividend dates for the next two weeks.

Only one of this week's dividend increases is a double-digit percentage increase.

Friday, October 11, 2019

Monthly Review Of DivGro: September 2019

Welcome to the September review of DivGro, my portfolio of dividend growth stocks. The goal of these monthly reviews is to share updates I've made to the portfolio and to provide a summary of dividends collected. Additionally, I look at how the month's activities have impacted DivGro's projected annual dividend income (PADI).

In September, I added shares to one existing position. Eight DivGro stocks announced dividend increases in September. The net result of these changes is that PADI increased by about 0.8% in September. Year over year, PADI increased by 19.5%.

As for dividend income, in September I received dividends totaling $3,355 from 46 stocks in my portfolio, a year over year increase of 24%. So far in 2019, I've collected $19,594 in dividends or about 78% of my 2019 goal of $25,200.

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Dividend Increases: September 30-October 4, 2019

This article series provides a weekly summary of dividend increase announcements. Monitoring dividend increases helps me to identify candidate stocks for further analysis.

As a bonus, I include ex-dividend dates for the next two weeks.

Two of this week's dividend increases are double-digit percentage increases.

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Options Update: September 2019

Welcome to another options update article!

I write monthly update articles to summarize options trades and to keep track of options income. Each update also serves as a status report on open options and the obligations I potentially have.

My monthly target for options income in 2019 is $1,750. September's options income was below average at $1,382. After I made some fantastic progress in August, I'm still on pace to collect $21,000 in options income this year!

This month I'm reporting on one assignment and a multitude of income-generating trades.

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

10 Dividend Growth Stocks For September 2019

The CCC list is a wonderful resource for dividend growth investors. It contains nearly 900 stocks trading on U.S. exchanges that have paid higher dividends for at least five consecutive calendar years. An accompanying spreadsheet provides valuable data and is updated monthly, courtesy of Justin Law.

In this article, I rank a subset of the CCC stocks and present the 10 top-ranked stocks for consideration. I use a ranking system that assigns letter grades to stocks relative to their performance among sector peers. Using a sector-oriented ranking system avoids the problems associated with ranking dissimilar stocks.

This month I decided to rank CCC stocks in the Energy sector.

Sunday, September 29, 2019

Dividend Increases: September 23-27, 2019

This article series provides a weekly summary of dividend increase announcements. Monitoring dividend increases helps me to identify candidate stocks for further analysis.

As a bonus, I include ex-dividend dates for the next two weeks.

No fewer than eight of this week's dividend increases are double-digit percentage increases!

Friday, September 27, 2019

Expired Options (September 2019)

I had several options that expired on Friday, 20 September.

When options expire, I no longer have associated obligations. For puts, there no longer is a chance that I would have to buy shares and the margin that was set aside as collateral gets released. For covered calls, there no longer is a chance that my shares will be called away.

The options premium I collected become free and clear, also known as secured. Since I started options trading to boost DivGro's dividend income, I've secured options income totaling $38,865.

This article discusses what happened with my options that expired in September.

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Dividend Increases: September 16-20, 2019

This article series provides a weekly summary of dividend increase announcements. Monitoring dividend increases helps me to identify candidate stocks for further analysis.

As a bonus, I include ex-dividend dates for the next two weeks.

No fewer than eight of this week's dividend increases are double-digit percentage increases!

Monday, September 23, 2019

Monthly Review of DivGro: August 2019

Every month, I write a review of my portfolio of dividend growth stocks, DivGro. The goal of these monthly reviews is to share updates I've made to the portfolio and to provide a summary of dividends collected. Additionally, I look at how the month's activities have impacted DivGro's projected annual dividend income (PADI).

In August, I opened ten new positions and added shares to six existing positions. Additionally, I closed three positions and reduced my holdings in one position. Two DivGro stocks announced dividend increases in August. The net result of these changes is that PADI increased by about 2.8% in August. Year over year, PADI increased by 20.1%.

As for dividend income, in August I received dividends totaling $1,612 from 19 stocks in my portfolio, a year over year increase of 12%. So far in 2019, I've collected $16,238 in dividends or about 64% of my 2019 goal of $25,200.

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Options Update: August 2019 (Part 2)

August was a spectacular month for DivGro's options trading! I added options income totaling $6,591 and secured options income of $9,461.

Recall that secured means I no longer have obligations related to the options that produced that income. When options expire or are closed early, my obligations as an option seller fall away.

Part 1 of this article covered the "normal" options trades I executed in August: an options assignment, an expired option, a closed option, some rolled options, and several covered calls and put options trades.

In Part 2, I'm presenting a few closing spread trades, the main contributors to this month's spectacular options income. Additionally, I'll summarize options expiring in September and October, and provide a summary of year to date options income.

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Options Update: August 2019 (Part 1)

I write monthly options update articles to summarize options trades and to keep track of options income. The updates serve as a status report on open options and potential obligations.

My options goal for 2019 is to collect $21,000 in options income, which equates to a monthly target of $1,750. Through July, I've averaged about $1,711 per month, a bit short of the desired monthly average.

The good news is that August was a spectacular month! I collected income by selling a few covered calls and put options, but I also closed a few spreads early for some solid gains. The net result is that
my options income for 2019 spiked to $18,566, just $2,434 shy of my 2019 goal!

Part 1 of this article covers an options assignment, an expired option, a closed option, and some rolled options, as well as several covered calls and put options trades. Part 2 will present the spread trades, the main contributors to this month's spectacular options income spike!

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Dividend Increases: September 9-13, 2019

In this article series, I provide a weekly summary of dividend increases and ex-dividend dates for the next two weeks.

I like monitoring dividend increases because I consider stocks with regular dividend increases to be candidates for further analysis.

Two of this week's dividend increases are double-digit percentage increases!

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Dividend Increases: September 2-6, 2019

In this article series, I provide a weekly summary of dividend increases and ex-dividend dates for the next two weeks.

I like monitoring dividend increases because I consider stocks with regular dividend increases to be candidates for further analysis.

Two of this week's dividend increases are double-digit percentage increases!

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Dividend Increases: August 26-30, 2019

This article series provides a weekly summary of dividend increase announcements and a summary of ex-dividend dates for the next two weeks.

I like monitoring dividend increases because I consider stocks with regular dividend increases to be candidates for further analysis.

One of this week's dividend increases is a double-digit percentage increase!

Thursday, August 29, 2019

Expired Options (August 2019)

The main options expiration day for August was Friday, 16 August.  I had a few options slated for expiration on that day and this short article explains what happened.

When options expire, I no longer have any associated obligations. The options premium collected become free and clear, also known as secured. Since I started options trading to boost DivGro's dividend income, I've secured options income totaling $29,404.

I usually write monthly options update articles summarizing options trades and also to keep track of options income. These updates serve as a status report on open options and potential obligations. In contrast, this article covers expirations.

Monday, August 26, 2019

Dividend Increases: August 19-23, 2019

This article series provides a weekly summary of dividend increase announcements and a summary of ex-dividend dates for the next two weeks.

I like monitoring dividend increases because I consider stocks with regular dividend increases to be candidates for further analysis.

One of this week's dividend increases is a double-digit percentage increase!

Thursday, August 22, 2019

Dividend Increases: August 12-16, 2019

This article series provides a weekly summary of dividend increase announcements and a summary of ex-dividend dates for the next two weeks.

Companies that regularly increase their dividends show confidence in the potential growth of future earnings. I monitor dividend increases for stocks on my watch list of dividend growth stocks to identify candidates for further analysis.

Two of this week's dividend increases are double-digit percentage increases!

Monday, August 19, 2019

High-Quality Dividend Stocks

I've been using a slightly modified version of David Van Knapp's quality scoring system to assess the quality of dividend growth [DG] stocks.

The quality scoring system employs five widely used quality indicators from independent sources and assigns 0-5 points to each quality indicator, for a maximum of 25 points. I call the total score a stock's quality score.

It occurred to me that I could use the quality scoring system to find high-quality stocks. I simply screen for stocks that match predetermined levels for each quality indicator. This article presents a ranked list of 36 stocks with quality scores of 24-25.

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Dividend Increases: August 5-9, 2019

This article series provides a weekly summary of dividend increase announcements and a summary of ex-dividend dates for the next two weeks.

One way to identify dividend growth stocks for further analysis is to monitor dividend increases. I like monitoring dividend increases for stocks on my watch list. Companies that regularly raise dividends show confidence in the potential growth of future earnings.

Three of this week's dividend increases are double-digit percentage increases!

Sunday, August 11, 2019

Recent Sells (Part 2)

Welcome to Part 2 of my article on recent sells.

I've been using a slightly modified version of David Van Knapp's quality scoring system to assess the quality of my DivGro stocks. The system is simple and does a great job identifying high-quality stocks, and also lower quality positions that may be candidates for the chopping block.

In Part 1 of this article, I discussed four lower quality positions and decided to close one of them, EPR Properties (EPR). In Part 2, I'm covering three additional lower quality stocks and my decision to close out two of them.

Saturday, August 10, 2019

Recent Sells (Part 1)

Lately, I've been using David Van Knapp's quality scoring system presented in this article on high-quality, high yield DG stocks. I love the simplicity of the system and it appears to do a remarkable job identifying high-quality stocks. Also, there appears to be a positive correlation between quality scores and my recent ranking of the top holdings of dividend ETFs (presented here and here).

So I decided to rank the dividend growth [DG] stocks in my DivGro portfolio by quality score with the objective to identify and potentially close weaker positions. The results of this ranking can be found here.

Seven of my DG stocks got quality scores below 15. For reference, only DG stocks with quality scores of 15 and above are considered to be high-quality stocks.

Friday, August 9, 2019

Home Run Number 19

More than a year has passed since I last celebrated a home run.

Recall that I use the term home run to identify a stock in my portfolio that crosses the 100% mark in total returns.

My last home run was Apple (AAPL), which became the first $1T publicly-traded company shortly after it became my eighteenth home run stock.

This article presents my 19th home run stock, a list of previous home runs, and shortlist of home run contenders.

Thursday, August 8, 2019

Dividend Increases: July 29-August 2, 2019 (Part 2: Remaining Sectors)

Companies that regularly increase their dividends show confidence in the potential growth of future earnings. I monitor dividend increases to identify candidates for further analysis.

Part 1 of this article covered dividend increases announced for stocks in the Industrials, Materials, and Financials Sectors.

This is Part 2, which covers the remaining sectors.

Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Dividend Increases: July 29-August 2, 2019 (Part 1: Industrials, Materials, And Financials Sectors)

I monitor dividend increases for stocks on my watch list of dividend growth stocks to identify candidates for further analysis. Companies that regularly increase their dividends show confidence in future earnings growth potential.

In this two-part article, I provide a summary of recent dividend increases. Part 1 covers dividend increases announced for stocks in the Industrials, Materials, and Financials sectors. Part 2 will cover dividend increases from stocks in the remaining sectors.

Sunday, August 4, 2019

Monthly Review of DivGro: July 2019

Welcome to another monthly review of DivGro, my portfolio of dividend growth stocks. My goal with these reviews is to share updates of my portfolio and to detail the dividends I received during the month. Additionally, I look at how the month's activities have impacted DivGro's projected annual dividend income (PADI).

In July, I added shares to four existing positions. Eight DivGro stocks announced dividend increases in July. The net result of these changes is that PADI increased by about 2.4% in July. Year over year, PADI increased by 17.9%.

As for dividend income, in July I received dividends totaling $1,556 from 23 stocks in my portfolio, a year over year increase of about 26%. So far in 2019, I've collected $14,626 in dividends or about 58% of my 2019 goal of $25,200.

Friday, August 2, 2019

Options Update: July 2019

Welcome to another options update article!

I write these monthly updates to summarize options trades and to keep track of options income. Each update also serves as a status report on open options and the obligations I potentially have.

My monthly target for options income in 2019 is $1,750. I'm happy to report that July's total exceeded my monthly target, although I'm still a little behind the pace needed to collect $21,000 in options income this year.

This month I'm reporting several expirations, as well as a multitude of income-generating trades.

Thursday, August 1, 2019

Dividend Increases: July 22-26, 2019 (Part 3: Remaining Sectors)

I monitor dividend increases for stocks on my watch list of dividend growth stocks to identify candidates for further analysis. Companies that regularly increase their dividends show confidence in future earnings growth potential.

Last week, 30 companies on my watch list announced dividend increases. Part 1 covered stocks in the Utilities and Energy sectors, while Part 2 covered the Financials sectors. This is Part 3, which covers the remaining sectors.

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Dividend Increases: July 22-26, 2019 (Part 2: Financials Sector)

Last week, 30 companies in the CCC List announced dividend increases. When so many companies increasing their dividends, I  break up my summary articles into two or more parts. That way, the articles aren't too long and I can include more FASTgraphs charts of stocks with compelling earnings growth.

Part 1 of this three-part article dividend increases announced for stocks in the Utilities and Energy sectors. This is Part 2, which covers dividend increases of stocks in the Financials sector. In Part 3, I'll report on dividend increases for the remaining sectors.

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Dividend Increases: July 22-26, 2019 (Part 1: Utilities and Energy Sector Stocks)

Last week, 30 of the companies I track announced dividend increases. This three-part article provides a summary of these increases and provides several FASTGraph charts of stocks that exhibit impressive earnings growth.

I like monitoring dividend increases because I consider companies that regularly increase their dividends to be candidates for further analysis and possible investment.

Part 1 of this article covers dividend increases announced for stocks in the Utilities and Energy sectors. Part 2 and Part 3 will cover dividend increases of stocks in the remaining sectors.

Monday, July 29, 2019

DivGro Stocks Ranked By Quality Score

My DivGro Pulse articles focus on the strategy of dividend growth [DG] investment.

Generally, I want to buy the highest quality DG stocks at the deepest possible discounts. Ideally, those stocks would offer the highest dividend yields and double-digit percentage dividend growth rates. I would prefer a fully-diversified and equally-weighted portfolio with very little risk and exceptional, market-beating returns.

If only all of this were possible!

Thursday, July 25, 2019

10 Dividend Growth Stocks July 2019

The CCC list is an excellent resource for dividend growth investors. It contains nearly 900 stocks trading on U.S. exchanges that have paid higher dividends for at least five consecutive calendar years. An accompanying spreadsheet provides valuable data and is updated monthly, courtesy of Justin Law.

In this article, I rank a subset of the CCC stocks and present the 10 top-ranked stocks for consideration. I use a ranking system that assigns letter grades to stocks relative to their performance among sector peers. Using a sector-oriented ranking system avoids the problems associated with ranking dissimilar stocks.

This month I decided to rank CCC stocks in the Materials sector.

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Expired Options (July 2019)

Last Friday was July's main options expiration day. I had several options slated for expiration and this short article explains what happened.

I usually write monthly options update articles to summarize my options trades and also to keep track of options income. Each update serves as a status report on open options and potential obligations.

When options expire, I no longer have any associated obligations. The options premium collected become free and clear, also known as secured. Since I started options trading to boost DivGro's dividend income, I've secured options income totaling $28,018.

Sunday, July 21, 2019

Dividend Increases: July 15-19, 2019

One way to identify dividend growth stocks for further analysis is to monitor dividend increases. I like monitoring dividend increases for stocks on my watch list. Companies that regularly raise dividends show confidence in the potential growth of future earnings.

This article summarizes dividend increase announcements in the past week. Two stocks in my portfolio announced increases.

Five of this week's dividend increases are double-digit percentage increases!

Friday, July 19, 2019

Quarterly Review of DivGro: Q2-2019

Welcome to the Q2-2019 review of my portfolio of dividend growth stocks, DivGro! My quarterly reviews provide a summary of dividend income, dividend changes, and transactions executed in the past quarter. I also provide some charts showing various portfolio statistics. While these reviews are mostly informational, they help me to track progress over time.

I started DivGro in 2013 to focus on dividend growth investing, growing the portfolio into a powerful dividend-generating machine. DivGro now generates dividend income averaging $2,026 per month.

My portfolio generated dividend income totaling $6,340 this quarter and I'm projecting dividend income of at least $6,078 per quarter going forward.

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Dividend Increases: July 1-12, 2019


I like monitoring dividend increase announcements as it helps me identify candidates for further analysis.

In the past two weeks, several companies declared dividend increases. I'm happy to say I own stock in two of these companies.

Four increases are double-digit percentage increases!

Monday, July 15, 2019

High-Quality Dividend Growth Stocks With Higher Yields

In a recent article, I ranked the Dividend Aristocrats using a modified version of David Van Knapp's quality scoring system. The system employs five widely used quality indicators from independent sources and assigns 0-5 points to each quality indicator, for a maximum of 25 points.

While there are exceptions, the highest quality Dividend Aristocrats are low yielding stocks with yields less than 3%. In this article, I'm presenting high-quality dividend growth [DG] stocks yielding at least 3%. Note that David Van Knapp's original article presented high-quality DG stocks yielding 4% or more.

The article includes tables listing quality indicators, key metrics, and fair value estimates.

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Monthly Review Of DivGro: June 2019

Once a month, I review my DivGro portfolio of dividend growth stocks and provide a summary of dividends collected. Additionally, I detail buy and sell transactions and how those transactions impacted my portfolio's projected annual dividend income (PADI).

In June, I opened one new position due to an options assignment. Additionally, I reduced my holdings in two positions, also due to options assignments. Five of my stocks announced dividend increases. The net result of these transactions is that PADI decreased by about 5.4% in June. Year over year, PADI increased by 16%.

As for dividend income, in June I received dividends totaling $3,529 from 42 stocks in my portfolio, a year over year increase of 37%. So far in 2019, I've collected $13,070 in dividends or about 52% of my 2019 goal of $25,200.

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