Passive Income – Quarter 3, 2017

Rising tensions between the United States and North Korea brought a wave of falling stock prices (hence falling passive income) recently as worried investors moved money out of equities and into the perceived safety of gold, Swiss currency and similar products. At one point, this change of investment strategy cut $1 trillion from the value of global stock markets.

What did it mean for my humble little portfolio? I took advantage and bought more equities.

So, the dividend stocks to buy this quarter were:

Q3 Dividend Growth Stock Purchases

1. RPC Group Plc
2. Omega Healthcare Investors Inc
3. Corus Entertainment Inc
4. Toronto Dominion Bank
5. Johnson and Johnson
6. British American Tobacco
7. Lloyds Banking Group

 

Dividend Income for Q3 2017

There’s an increase of 265.82.64gbp for dividend income this quarter.

1005.94gbp (dividends from Q3) has accumulated in my broker account.

Date Ticker Company Dividend (£)      
TOTAL 1005.94
22/09/2017 Qualcomm Inc 19.33
22/09/2017 BP Plc 44.74
22/09/2017 SSE Plc 104.80
21/09/2017 Stanley Black & Decker Inc 12.82
19/09/2017 Flowers Foods Inc 23.00
18/09/2017 Royal Dutch Shell Plc B 39.55
18/09/2017 Royal Dutch Shell Plc A 34.23
14/09/2017 Johnson & Johnson 12.75
13/09/2017 United Technologies Corp 14.93
13/09/2017 Chevron Corporation 17.61
13/09/2017 Target Corp 18.27
06/09/2017 Pfizer Inc 23.43
06/09/2017 Enbridge Inc 23.38
06/09/2017 Boeing Co 21.89
04/09/2017 BT Group Plc 82.40
04/09/2017 Corus Entertainment Inc 14.50
01/09/2017 RPC Group Plc 57.64
22/08/2017 Amerigas Partners 30.16
21/08/2017 Apple Inc 13.28
17/08/2017 Omega Healthcare Investors Inc 39.49
09/08/2017 Universal Corp 15.66
04/08/2017 Vodafone Group Plc 114.98
03/08/2017 AT&T Inc 27.53
03/08/2017 Corus Entertainment Inc 14.25
01/08/2017 Next Plc 94.50
28/07/2017 Medtronic Plc 11.07
19/07/2017 Cardinal Health Inc 13.06
07/07/2017 Brookfield Renewable Partners 23.75
07/07/2017 S&U Plc 40.17
04/07/2017 Brookfield Renewable Partners 2.77

Average Dividend Yield

Ticker Company Dividend Yield (%)
AVERAGE DIV YIELD 4.4822857142857
APU Amerigas Partners Corp 8.56
AAPL Apple Inc 1.63
T AT&T Inc 5.03
BA Boeing Co 1.97
BVS Bovis Homes Group Plc 4.47
BP BP Plc 6.31
BATS British American Tobacco Plc 3.71
BEP Brookfield Renewable Energy Partners 5.61
BT.A BT Group 5.41
CAH Cardinal Health 2.71
CVX Chevron Corporation 3.67
CJR.B Corus Entertainment Inc Class B 8.86
OH3Q Deutsche Post 2.82
ENB Enbridge 4.38
FLO Flowers Foods Inc 3.73
GFRD Galliford Try Plc 7.44
JNJ Johnson & Johnson 2.59
LLOY Lloyds Banking Group Plc 4.76
MDT Medtronic Plc 2.36
NXT Next Plc 3.00
OHI Omega Healthcare Investors Inc 8.19
PFE Pfizer Inc 3.50
QCOM Qualcomm Inc 4.42
RDSA Royal Dutch Shell Plc A 6.29
RDSB Royal Dutch Shell Plc B 6.29
RPC RPC Group Plc 2.60
SUS S&U Plc 4.61
SVS Savills Plc 3.30
SSE SSE Plc 6.55
SWK Stanley Black & Decker Inc 1.70
TGT Target Corp 4.82
TDT Toronto Dominion Bank 3.41
UTX United Technologies Corp 2.25
UVV Universal Corp 3.71
VOD Vodafone Group Plc 6.22

Dividend Reinvestment

Target Corp (TGT) has been identified as the highest ranking stock, using my dividend ranking system.
I also made my first cash contribution this quarter, where I now inject 10K per quarter.

This 10K and the accumulated 1005.94gbp is spread equally into the top 10 ranking stocks in my dividend growth fund. You can refer to the top 10 dividend stocks in my ranking system.

Dividend Funds Overview (Capital)

The screenshot from my Hargreaves and Lansdowne (broker) account below shows the state of play after Q3,2017 (and after the dividend reinvestment and cash contribution).

There’s been a gain of 3726.13gbp/ 1.57% for the dividend funds (capital) this quarter.

Investment ISA

There’s been a gain of 2084.31gbp/ 13.52% re the  ISA/ investment trust this quarter.

P2P Lending

Ratesetter and Twino

I dissolved the Ratesetter and Twino accounts. They were both net positive during close of account, but I didn’t like the thought of having 3 accounts to manage.  Perhaps I’ll add a quick paragraph on account closure for my P2P lending post.

Mintos

The Mintos account has increased 31.57 Euros this quarter.
The Net Annual Return has increased 0.09%.

 

Rental Income

Total rental income this quarter is 3266.57gbp after management/ letting fees. An increase of 1702.42gbp from last quarter.

SIPP (Pension)

There’s been a gain of 1.51% re the SIPP this quarter.

Takeaway

Dividend Funds: The average dividend yield is sitting at 4.48% and the dividend portfolio has capital worth 108,495.32gbp.

Hence, the dividend portfolio is on track to distribute 4861gbp per annum.

Investment ISA/ Trust: Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust (high growth fund) is on track to pay 1094gbp per annum, if using the 4% rule.

P2P Lending: Mintos is on track to pay out 1199 Euros per annum.

Rental Income: Estimated annual rental income projected to be circa 4500gbp (after management, maintenance, utility and advertising fees)

I’ve now reached my core 30 dividend growth stocks.

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