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June 2014 Dividend Research

Every month for the past two years I share my process to screen for undervalued dividend paying stocks that have increased their annual dividend payment for 20 or more years.  Considering the market has been hitting new intra-day highs almost on a weekly basis I was afraid that I was going to find nothing undervalued,

May 2014 Dividend Research

For the first time in a year or two I didn’t create a dividend watch list.  It wasn’t because I forgot, but rather, I decided to move my research to the beginning of the month rather than the middle so that gave me a gap in time.  Since my last update in March, I purchased:

Tracking My Dividend Income over the Last Few Years

The other day I realized that despite coming back month in and month out for the past few years to update my dividend income watch list I have never tracked (either on my site or personally) my dividend income and as important dividend income growth.  Luckily, fidelity has kept some of that information for me:

March 2014 Dividend Champion Watch list

After my February 2014 Dividend watch list update I bought: 12 Shares of KO for $456.27 I didn’t sell any shares last, although I may be doing this a bit more when/if I find a particular equity egregiously overvalued as is/was the case with the only sale I made in the past couple years within this particular investment account.  It turns

February 2014 Dividend Champion Watch list Update

After my January 2014 Dividend Watch list update I bought:  16 Shares of LEG for $490.03 including commissions 9 Shares of TGT for $523.02 including commissions I didn’t sell any shares last, although I may be doing this a bit more when/if I find a particular equity egregiously overvalued as is/was the case with the only

January 2014 Dividend Watch List Update

After my December 2013 Dividend Watchlist update I bought: 11 Shares of TGT for $691.27 with commissions Last month was the first time I ever sold, even a part, of a position that wasn’t due to a dividend cut (within this account obviously).  I am going to keep my eye out for anything else that