In this section you can see an updated graph with all the dividends collected by months, quarters and semesters from 2018 to the present.
Normally, each month exceeds the same month of the previous year. If you see a month that this does not happen, it may be due to a restructuring of the portfolio (sale of a very important security), or because a company for whatever reason changes the payment date with respect to the previous year.
Charts are updated in real time, and amounts are gross (before taxes)
In other blogs, they don’t put the amounts and they just show a graph, but we want to be more transparent.
By showing the real data you can see that this strategy works and is very profitable in the long term.
Dividends collected in euros
Next, we will see the total gross dividends in euros using graphs. Dividends come from our total portfolio (shares from Spain, the United States,…) and are all weighted in euros.
From this year 2023 we have decided to unify both currencies to keep records easier, at the end of each month we make the change from dollars to euros according to the data on this website.
To make it more visual, we are going to see several graphs of dividends by months, quarters, semesters and annually.
The following chart shows the monthly dividends collected in euros from our portfolio.
The following chart shows the quarterly dividends collected in euros from our portfolio.
The following chart shows the semiannual dividends collected in euros from our portfolio.
The following chart shows the annual dividends collected in euros from our portfolio.
Note: All dividends received and displayed on this page whether by graph or otherwise are gross dividends, ie dividends before taxes.
Where do these total dividends come from?
The dividends collected in dollars come from our portfolio of American companies, these companies belong to the NYSE and Nasdaq indices. Some companies from Canada or the United Kingdom also pay us in US dollars since we invest in them through ADRs in the aforementioned indices.
➡ Check all the companies we own on our portfolio, from which we receive these juicy dividends.
Goal of our dividends portfolio
The main goal or final goal of our dividends portfolio is to achieve the financial freedom or also called financial independence.
Financial independence or also called financial freedom is the economic capacity that is obtained by having a passive income that covers the expenses of an individual.
If you are just starting out, you can use our financial independence calculator to get an idea of your FI.