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September Dividends £114.70 from 5 positions

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Another month down and edging closer to the end of the year. How was everyone's last dividend month?

For me currently i have earned £114.70 from 5 positions.
ULVR @ £8.49
MMM @ £9.89
LGEN @ £56.10
SGRO @ £7.77
TRIG @ £32.45

October is a small month for me as only looking to get 3 pay-outs around the total of £40 from:
IRM on 6th
MPW on 14th
CSCO on 27th

At the end of this month my dividend income represented just over 4% of my overall income.
 
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I like September, all going the right way. £661.78 this month

artemis hi - £3.82
lloyds - £33.50
l&g - £103.60
bp - £79.06
dec - £73.40
abrdn - £73
m&g - £122
imb - £105.30
trig - £16.90
hsbc - £51.20
That's an ace amount. Next year i am looking to get my LGEN dividend to around the same as yours. I will be looking to get more TRIG maybe boosting that to £50/Q. What's your thoughts on M&G? I am wanting to add more UK stocks into my portfolio. Maybe adding a Oil play like BP or RDS
 

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That's an ace amount. Next year i am looking to get my LGEN dividend to around the same as yours. I will be looking to get more TRIG maybe boosting that to £50/Q. What's your thoughts on M&G? I am wanting to add more UK stocks into my portfolio. Maybe adding a Oil play like BP or RDS
I’m still aiming to get £500 a year from each investment so a while to go yet, I mainly stick to uk just to avoid the with holding tax of us stock. I like bp, still reasonably priced compared to pre covid prices & they are making good moves into renewables.
I noticed m&g after they split from prudential, I’ve got an avc alongside my wp pension. The avc is with prudential but loads of the funds were run by m&g so I brought a couple of thousand as a bit of a punt, got in at an average of £1.40. At this moment in time I’m glad I did & I’m gonna stick with them for the foreseeable, good dividends & they are growing well.
 

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I’m still aiming to get £500 a year from each investment so a while to go yet, I mainly stick to uk just to avoid the with holding tax of us stock. I like bp, still reasonably priced compared to pre covid prices & they are making good moves into renewables.
I noticed m&g after they split from prudential, I’ve got an avc alongside my wp pension. The avc is with prudential but loads of the funds were run by m&g so I brought a couple of thousand as a bit of a punt, got in at an average of £1.40. At this moment in time I’m glad I did & I’m gonna stick with them for the foreseeable, good dividends & they are growing well.
Not to much more to go with LGEN then for that £500/year. When the dividend sums get larger, that withholding tax would make a considerable dent in the dividends received, main reason why im looking for close to home stocks.
They are the main reasons i am looking into getting BP is because they are actually making these moves, anyway oil is still going to play a big part in everything as we still use so much plastic.
 

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Good month September. £1,257.88

Artemis HI £3.48
Unilever £92.69. ( keep buying those magnums...)
NBMI £5.85
Lloyd’s. £69.67
Murray inc. £153.85
Barclays. £12.36
NatWest. £9.60
Shell. £52.14
BP. £52.41
IMB. £23.37
Hsbc. £39.11
Saints. £42.43 (excellent growth on this)
Abdrn. £92.78
BCI. £56.03
SOHO. £38.81. (REIT)
EPIC. £14.31 (reit)
TRIG. £59.31 ( wind is picking up)
DORE. £50. (First divi since ipo)
DLG. £117.42 ( drive carefully folks. Please)
Fidelity £6.33
LGEN. £96.96
JLEN. £44.33 (another wind trust)
M&G. £106.44
BCPT. £15.40. (REIT)
SMIF. £2.80
 

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Good month September. £1,257.88

Artemis HI £3.48
Unilever £92.69. ( keep buying those magnums...)
NBMI £5.85
Lloyd’s. £69.67
Murray inc. £153.85
Barclays. £12.36
NatWest. £9.60
Shell. £52.14
BP. £52.41
IMB. £23.37
Hsbc. £39.11
Saints. £42.43 (excellent growth on this)
Abdrn. £92.78
BCI. £56.03
SOHO. £38.81. (REIT)
EPIC. £14.31 (reit)
TRIG. £59.31 ( wind is picking up)
DORE. £50. (First divi since ipo)
DLG. £117.42 ( drive carefully folks. Please)
Fidelity £6.33
LGEN. £96.96
JLEN. £44.33 (another wind trust)
M&G. £106.44
BCPT. £15.40. (REIT)
SMIF. £2.80
Great amount, that’s my aim hopefully
 
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Good month September. £1,257.88

Artemis HI £3.48
Unilever £92.69. ( keep buying those magnums...)
NBMI £5.85
Lloyd’s. £69.67
Murray inc. £153.85
Barclays. £12.36
NatWest. £9.60
Shell. £52.14
BP. £52.41
IMB. £23.37
Hsbc. £39.11
Saints. £42.43 (excellent growth on this)
Abdrn. £92.78
BCI. £56.03
SOHO. £38.81. (REIT)
EPIC. £14.31 (reit)
TRIG. £59.31 ( wind is picking up)
DORE. £50. (First divi since ipo)
DLG. £117.42 ( drive carefully folks. Please)
Fidelity £6.33
LGEN. £96.96
JLEN. £44.33 (another wind trust)
M&G. £106.44
BCPT. £15.40. (REIT)
SMIF. £2.80
You love to see it! Very nice
 

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Good month September. £1,257.88

Artemis HI £3.48
Unilever £92.69. ( keep buying those magnums...)
NBMI £5.85
Lloyd’s. £69.67
Murray inc. £153.85
Barclays. £12.36
NatWest. £9.60
Shell. £52.14
BP. £52.41
IMB. £23.37
Hsbc. £39.11
Saints. £42.43 (excellent growth on this)
Abdrn. £92.78
BCI. £56.03
SOHO. £38.81. (REIT)
EPIC. £14.31 (reit)
TRIG. £59.31 ( wind is picking up)
DORE. £50. (First divi since ipo)
DLG. £117.42 ( drive carefully folks. Please)
Fidelity £6.33
LGEN. £96.96
JLEN. £44.33 (another wind trust)
M&G. £106.44
BCPT. £15.40. (REIT)
SMIF. £2.80
Great list, love the comments also haha. An amazing dividend from ULVR there. I haven't seen DORE before Renewables and Infrastructure looks interesting. Got a great list of dividends rolling in here.
 
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Great list, love the comments also haha. An amazing dividend from ULVR there. I haven't seen DORE before Renewables and Infrastructure looks interesting. Got a great list of dividends rolling in here.
I bought DORE last January in IPO - but then had to wait 9 months for first dividend.
It’s 103p now, a little above the 100p buy in. Yielding 5%
But you don’t buy into these for growth..but predictable income ( said touching wood)
 
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Had a great month too £577 this month. They just seemed to keep coming. The highest month ever. Wish I had bought more in 2020.
That's awesome, i wish i had more money in 2020 though i quadrupled my account in that year. I shall be coming into some money soon so am hoping to almost double my dividend income.
 

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I bought DORE last January in IPO - but then had to wait 9 months for first dividend.
It’s 103p now, a little above the 100p buy in. Yielding 5%
But you don’t buy into these for growth..but predictable income ( said touching wood)
Would you put it into the same class as TRIG and UKW then? More of an income play?
 

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£7.85 😬 still progress. Consolidating a 2 pies into 1 before ex-div dates was my downfall, rookie error. Should of been nearer £15.

Rio Tinto - £5.38
Exxon - £1.06
Rest are all pennies.
 
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£7.85 😬 still progress. Consolidating a 2 pies into 1 before ex-div dates was my downfall, rookie error. Should of been nearer £15.

Rio Tinto - £5.38
Exxon - £1.06
Rest are all pennies.
Thats a shame about missing out because of the consolidation of the two pies but £7.85 is still good, with the potential of £15. Keep at it. I've moved stocks around many times resulting in me missing the dividend, its a mistake many of us make 😂
 
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£30.66 for Sept all from my T212 Pie Sold my only (Realty Income) non-pie dividend stock and put the money into the pie which will give a nice boost in the months to come. Unfortunately I maxed my ISA for the year and wont hold Dividend stocks outside it (pay enough taxes as is) so unless Tesla or Pltr go o the moon before april dividends are just going to have to roll over.