Dividend Investing Anniversary

Hello everybody I hope you are all doing great and enjoying the summer. This month marks the second anniversary of my decision to become a dividend growth investor. Since making that decision I have kept track of each company I own and the amount of dividends they have paid me. So I thought it would be fun to share with you what each company has paid me for investing with them.


As of July 6, 2016

Long Run Exploration $288.10
Chorus Aviation $160.94
Boston Pizza Royalties Fund $61.55
The Keg Royalties Income Fund $58.94
Artis REIT $55.53
Boardwalk REIT $52.52
Inter Pipeline $51.09
Evertz Technologies $37.26
Pizza Pizza Royalty Corp $17.59
Total $783.53
As of July 6, 2016
BCE $479.11
Bank of Montreal $447.60
Fortis $439.03
Royal Bank of Canada $413.76
Proctor & Gamble $404.82
TransCanada $356.55
JP Morgan $328.69
Pizza Pizza Royalty Corp $323.75
Algonquin Power & Utilities $304.65
Canadian Utilities $301.17
Enbridge $272.11
Coca-Cola $130.62
Telus $126.06
McDonald’s $91.57
Power Corp of Canada $23.27
Potash Corp of Sask. $14.40
Magna International $11.61
Tim Horton’s $8.96
North West Company $0.62
Alimentation Couche-Tard $0.61
Westjet $0.28
Leon’s Furniture $0.10
Total $4,479.34

Accounts Total Year by Year


In 2015 my TFSA dropped quite a bit that was because in 2014 I made a decision which has turned out to be terrible to sell all my stocks and invest in one company because they had a good dividend. It was a small to medium oil producer and we all know what happened to the price of oil it tanked. In 2016 I got my TFSA turned around and headed in the right direction again.

Except for a couple of hiccups I am very happy how the last two years have turned out for my portfolio, I have learned a great deal from my mistakes and will not repeat them. I can’t wait to see what the future has in store for both myself and fellow dividend growth investors.

Any thoughts on my post? I would love to hear from you. Also it would be great to see other investors post their totals if you keep track of that. I am a numbers nerd lol.

Thanks for reading.



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