Hello everyone! I hope you all made it through the Christmas holidays safe and sound. In the last week of the year, let's take a look back at the dividends in November 2021 and their contribution to my monthly cash flow. Let's go!
Dividends in November 2021
Because of the crash last year I had the chance to build a beautiful stock portfolio which distribute nice dividends onto my account. With this blog series I want to share with you how many dividends I receive, and also which companies increased/decreased/cut their dividends and how I handle that.
November had quite a decent cash flow again, as some of my highest weighted stocks paid dividends. In total, I was able to collect 515,63 EUR. By the way, the figures are neither gross nor net, but somewhat mixed. In the case of US dividends, for example, 15% withholding tax has already been deducted. Dividends from British companies come without tax deduction.
This time, 1st place goes to AT&T (T), which transferred me the equivalent of 92,33 EUR net. Here it will possibly also come to a re-buy.
- Kinder Morgan
In 2nd place in the November ranking is pipeline operator Kinder Morgan (KMI) with the equivalent of 80,22 EUR.
- British American Tobacco
For place 3, it goes to Great Britain to British American Tobacco, from which I received 63,17 EUR. In the tobacco sector, there will be another buy in January at the latest.
- B. Riley Financial
4th place goes to B. Riley Financial (RILY) with a net 60,40 EUR due to another special dividend.
- Omega Healthcare
Last but not least another REIT. After Iron Mountain in the previous month, this time there is a dividend of 58,62 EUR from Omega Healthcare (OHI). Here, too, a re-buy may be appropriate.
There are many other and smaller dividends, which you can see in the screenshot above.
- Royal Gold increased its dividend from 0,30 USD to 0,35 USD per share (+16,7%)
- Mastercard increased its dividend from 0,44 USD to 0,49 USD per share (+11,4%)
- Simon Property Group increased its dividend from 1,50 USD to 1,65 USD per share (+10%)
- Realty Income increased its dividend from 0,236 USD to 0,246 USD per share (+4,2%)
- Main Street Capital increased its monthly dividend from 0,210 USD to 0,215 USD per share (+2,4%)
FS KKR lowered its dividend from 0,65 USD to 0,62 USD per share (-4.6%)
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