Recent Dividend Payments and Stock Purchases – March 1, 2021

First Quarter Dividend Payments

It’s March 1st and the first cycle of dividend payments for my current stock holdings are complete.

In January, I received $1,580 in dividend payments from my shares of SPY.

In February, I received a total of $2,008 in dividend payments from my shares in Apple, McDonalds, Microsoft, Realty Income, and Starbucks.

My last dividend payment occurred yesterday on March 1st, with a $96 payment from Visa.

In total, so far I’ve received $3,684 in dividend payments this year for the first quarter of 2021.

First Quarter Stock Purchases

Using this money, I boosted up my holdings in all my dividend stocks. I bought the following:

  • AAPL: 5 Shares, Total: $631.10
  • MCD: 3 Shares, Total: $627.30
  • MSFT: 3 Shares, Total: $704.79
  • O: 7 Shares, Total: $421.33
  • SBUX: 10 Shares, Total: $1,076.50
  • V: 1 Share, $216.65

My new dividend holdings are as follows:

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5 thoughts on “Recent Dividend Payments and Stock Purchases – March 1, 2021”

  1. Hello,
    While you were working, what was the order of your contributions? As this author argues against Trad IRA contributions… The Tax Bomb In Your Retirement Accounts: How The Roth IRA Helps You Avoid It (Scandlen Sustainable Wealth Series Book 2) Kindle Edition

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    • Hi Sam, I set up my 401k to automatically contribute a certain amount of my paycheck each year first in order to get the free money from company matching. I also maxed out my Roth IRA every year.

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  2. Hello,
    What is your take on dividend ETFs in general? And specifically MTUM and SCHD?
    I’m not a finance person and still early in my investment journey.

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    • I’ve seen SCHD mentioned a few times. I’ve never really looked into it. My experience has historically been with Vanguard. I know other companies like Fidelity are trying to compete and so they’re creating similar ETFs. I’d say go with one that’s most convenient for whatever broker you use. Be sure to look for low expense ratios.

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