Dividend income 2017
2017 was a great year in which I started to believe in my stock picking abilities thinking year end: “I can do this!”
As the total dividend income received surpassed the £2,000 threshold for the year an increase from 2016 of £1,562.42 (YOY increase of £492.50), I gained more confidence in my equity selection and the dividend paying stocks.
Total income generated was £2,054.92 in the SIPP account – averaging £171.24 per month.
We can all see that every month is now starting to see some kind of income payment, something that I aim to increase as the portfolio grows and matures.
Not bad for a dozen or so stocks and being just the second full year in of SIPP investing and now re-investing last years funds, so I was quite pleased with this performance.
Please see below the file of company’s distributions for 2017:
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