Dividend Income 2016
2016 was the first full year for managing a SIPP account and investing.
I began the year eagerly watching my initial investments, constantly monitoring how these initial decisions were playing out.
At first I was keen to know when companies issued their reports, news or financial results and moreover any future dividend amounts.
You could say that I was somewhat obsessed mainly due to the point that I was new to investing, I would remind myself “Hey Simon, its your pension”, checking & double checking before making any decisions.
Back then I felt and still do in 2022, this one pension pot is in my sole control therefore I cannot afford to make any mistakes. (It is a good reminder to avoid become complacent).
Over time I have become more relaxed in my investing choices, thanks to the experience and knowledge I have gained.
The total SIPP income generated was £1,562.42 | Averaging £130.20 per month.
Detailed dividend analysis for each of the specific companies can be seen in the file below:
Please remember that all investments can rise and fall in value, therefore you may get back less than you originally invested.
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