👋 Hello Dividend Growth Investors.
I hope you are doing wonderful.
In March, the markets continued their upward trend in large part due to the passage of the $1.9 trillion stimulus package.
To end the month, the S&P 500 was up 4.24%, the Dow was up 6.62% and the Nasdaq was up 0.41%.
A cargo ship became stuck in the Suez Canal, causing an already stressed global supply chain to get worse.
The US Government passed the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan of 2021, a one-time stimulus for families that can help speed up economic growth.
Covid-19 vaccinations continued to ramp up as more and more people became eligible for the vaccination.
A strong economy and hopes of infrastructure spending of $2.3 trillion fueled inflation fears and forced a significant sell-off in long-dated US Treasuries.
Throughout the month, corporate headlines indicated the upswing in economic activity.
Let’s do the numbers.
Value: $26,299 | Gain: +$1,419 | Return:▲5.73% | Dividends: $157 | Investment: $500
In March, I received $157 in dividend income and reached $25,000 in portfolio value.
$0 to $25,000 in under a year. I like that!
In this video, I talk about how I did it starting from just $100 on February 27, 2020 and what I have learned over the past one year.
In March, I received $157 in dividends from the following companies:
In March, one company in my portfolio announced a dividend increase.
Oracle announced a dividend increase of 33% to $0.32 per share.
Portfolio All-time (4/5/2021)
Projected Dividend Income
Annual: $1,167 | Monthly: $97
That’s it for this month. Let me know if you have any questions or feedback. It’s always wonderful to hear from you.
Until next month, ✌️
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