A third of the way through. Amazing. 2020 took nearly 100 years to end, and now you blink and it's 1/3 through the next year.
April is one of my favorite months. Spring weather returns, flowers come out,
and I can spend much more time outside. Like building a raised bed to have a permanent green onion supply.
April also means another month of dividend income. These dividends are the result of being patient, vigilant, and dedicated to creating a source of passive income that will carry me through my retirement and hopefully will be passed on to future generations.
This month I received 28 payments adding up to $940.61. This is down 18.71% from 2020, but after the "COVID Shuffle" I did with cut dividends, I am up about 8% over 2020 and will most likely increase to over 10% overall. The selling and buying in 2020 resulted in losing income in January, April, July, and October. but the other months are up tons!
And of course, I am taking these funds and buying more shares to increase this payment.
The big dividend of the month was Whitehorse Financial (WHF) They are back after a few months off protecting my investment. I just love the 10% yield.
Here's the breakdown:
May will be a monster month for me, but things will be getting funky in June for a few months, as I have to focus on some family issues. I'll be updating y'all about this soon enough.
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