This is my portfolio of dividend growth stocks where I constantly monitor the dividends I received and keep track of them.  Almost all these companies have increased their dividends for years and have no doubt that they will continue increasing them.  Many of these companies have being in business for many years I also believe they will continue to provide their service or product for many more years to come.  This portfolio was created in 2014 with sweat, blood and tears and today it covers a little over half of my expenses.  My goal is to be financially free by the end of the year of 2019 2020 and let this portfolio pay for all my expenses. This portfolio have 97 companies since March 29, 2019 and has a value of $296,914.44.  Is not a concern for me if the value increase or decrease as a Dividend Growth Investor this is the least of my concerns since I'm investing for the dividend, the safety and the growth of it.  The most important thing is that the dividends are real cash coming to me and provide passive income constantly with every month that goes.

Monthly end Portfolio Value 2017:
  •  July  $184,405.71
  • August  $184,915.03
  • September  $193,145.71
  • October  $198,201.96
  • November  $219,453.46
  • December $228,245.16
Monthly end Portfolio Value 2018:
  • January  $237,018.18
  • February  $227,440.95
  • March  $230,406.03
  • April  $233,446.97
  •  May  $241,867.92
  • June  $250,021.02
  • July  $262,314.80
  • August  $271,077.51
  • September  $272,040.08
  • October  $270,484.47
  • November $279,503.36
  • December $259,531.42
Monthly end Portfolio Value 2018:
  • January  $282,972.18
  • February $287,628.76
  • March  $296,914.44


  1. Hey Nandy! Great month, $710.36 compared to $280.89 the previous year!

    With 5 months left you're going to crush your 2017 total income by the end of August! Do you have any estimates for what your 2018 total income will look like, over $9000 judging by the Q3/Q4 2017!

    1. Hey Nick Thanks man!

      Definitely looks like crossing $9,000 brother. I wish I had a better estimate I don't actually look into that. I just keep on putting more money into it and let the passive income increase on its own. I figure the less I look into it the better and more surprised I will be by the end of the year. Thanks for stopping by!

  2. HOla,
    no funciona o no se ve la lista

    1. Hola, trata con un nuevo ordenador de internet. Acabo de revisar y funciona. Gracias.

  3. Hola buenas noches,
    no carga la lista

    1. Trata con otro ordenador a mi me carga sin ningún problema. Buen día.

  4. Los dividendos caen da igual como vaya la cartera, vivan los higos. Vas excelente. Un saludo

    1. Gracias amigo. Sigo dándole duro sin importar si sube o baja la bolsa como dices siguen cayendo los dividendos de igual forma. :D


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