November is one of the 4 months of the year in which the FFJ Portfolio generates the least amount of monthly income. In November, CDN $510.44 and USD$778.42 was received.
I augmented this income by writing 4 covered calls on J.M. Smucker (NYSE: SJM) which expire July 20, 2018. After taking into consideration the commission and the USD to CDN FX conversion I netted $1,463.86. This transaction makes up the bulk of the CDN $1579.75 cash in Investment Account #5. Continue reading “FFJ Portfolio – November 2017 Dividend Income Report”
Another month has gone by? Time really flies when you’re retired!
In my September 2017 dividend income report I expressed confidence we would generate in excess of CDN$12,200 and in excess of USD$13,000 in dividends for all of 2017. Based on the dividends we can expect to receive in November and December I am confident we will slightly exceed those figures. Continue reading “FFJ Portfolio – October 2017 Dividend Income Report”
It is that time again for a status report on the FFJ Portfolio.
In September I borrowed $5000.00 from the Canadian portion of Investment Account #1 as we had some major expenses; our daughter’s tuition/books and various annual insurance premiums had to be paid.
In order to reduce the balance owing I decided to suspend the automatic dividend reinvestment feature on the Canadian investments in Account #1. Dividends received in all the other accounts continue to be automatically reinvested. Continue reading “FFJ Portfolio – September 2017 Dividend Income Report”
This post reflects the FFJ Portfolio activity in July 2017 and the YTD dividend income generated from investments held in the portfolio. Continue reading “FFJ Portfolio – July 2017 Dividend Income Report”
Given the recent events for which I have provided a high level overview in my Financial Plans Should Account for Potential Major Mental Health Issues post, I have totally neglected this website. Now that matters have improved slightly I will endeavor to resume regular posts. In this regard, I provide an overview of the dividend income generated in the FFJ Portfolio during the month of June 2017. While this portfolio only represents a small component of our overall holdings, I think it is sufficient to demonstrate that a passive dividend income portfolio is:
Time for a quick update on what transpired with the FFJ Portfolio during the month of May.
I have modified the report from the previously used format so as to provide more clarity about the holdings within the FFJ Portfolio with more clarity.
FFJ Portfolio May 31 2017
Continue reading “FFJ Portfolio – May 2017 Dividend Income Report”
Welcome to my April 2017 dividend income post. Within the FFJ Portfolio I generated dividends totalling CDN $1933.55 from BCE, SRU.UN and BNS and USD $445.78 (this is net of the 15% US withholding tax) from NKE, WMT, and CSCO.
As at the end of April 2017 I have generated YTD dividend income of CDN $3783.52 and USD $3328.02. Continue reading “FFJ Portfolio – April 2017 Dividend Income Report”