August 2018 Dividend Income from the Dutch Dividend Bloggers

August 2018 Dividend Income from the Dutch Dividend Series

Again a post in my new series about the passive income from the Dutch bloggers. And with this post I hope to inspire more people to start making passive income. By starting to make passive income, you will take control of your live. Passive income gives you the freedom of time! I think that time is our greatest asset. In fact, time is far more valuable than money in my opinion.

When you let your money work for you (instead of you working for money) you will have the flexibility that comes along with not having to struggle to make ends meet at the end of the month. As long as you can ensure that your passive income outpaces your monthly expenses, you’re free to spend your time as you choose.




Thanks for all the positive feedback I got on this series! I really appreciate it! And if I look at my twitter feed (@twitter.com/Polliesdividend).


Passive income from the Dutch Dividend bloggers

Here is my August episode of the dividend Income from the Dutch Dividend Series. I’ve only included the bloggers that reported their dividend income on their website.

Dutch Independence – € 78.36 – A great month with a year over year increase of more than 109.97%. A great result for o holiday month! A nice example that you money can work for you, even when you’re on holiday. Keep up the good work DI!

Stashing Dutchman – € 121.80 – This is a YoY increase of 120.33%. Good to see that Stashing Dutchman had a great month!

Financially in 10 years – € 43.69 – Mr. Robot had, as he writes in his report, his largest monster haul ever! In comparison to last year, this is an increase of… (*drum rolls please*)  a mind-blowing 356.36%!!!

Tall investing – € 343.34 – TI reports his passive income in $, and in Dollars he hauled in just under $400. 14 companies has sent TI a check. Congrats with a YoY of 55%.

Dividend compounder – No report this month

Financemonkey – Saska hasn’t published here income in the month of August yet.

Cheesy Finance – € 339.10 – This is actually a decrease of a little bit more than 10% since last years August. Various reasons for this decrease, but nothing to worry about. We will see a big increase next year august CF told us.

Veelvoorminder – €0.35 – A very small portion of passive dividend income. But hey we all started small. And August is always a slow month. I look forward to your results next month.

Polliesdividend – € 244.27 – August was a great month for me personally. I spend some quality time with my family. We had 3 incredible weeks of holiday. It was also a good month for my Vrijheid Fonds. I had a 30.46% YoY increase. For more information about my passive income, just read my August report.



Congratulations to everyone who is included above, on a strong month!  You all work hard to deliver strong results and some impressive dividend growth rates.

We as Dutch Dividend Bloggers made an astonishing € 1,170.91 in dividend! What a great work we all did! I’m really excited about the closing of the third quarter of 2018. What total amounts will we, the Dutch Dividend Bloggers, haul in in September?

If you’re not included in the list above, just leave a comment below, and I will include you in the next post.




8 thoughts on “August 2018 Dividend Income from the Dutch Dividend Bloggers

  1. DutchIndependence

    Great report again Pollie, unfortunately not all the numbers are in yet. Nice to see we both had a vacation month and kept raking in the dividends, awesome to see such flows of passive income! We as a Dutch community really rock!


  2. Team CF

    I love that you started doing this and thank you for including us in it! Keep it up Pollie!
    I’m also curious to see where August 2019 is going to get us! 😉

  3. DivvyDad

    Well done by each and every one of you, and I really enjoy reading about the successes the Dutch contingent of the DGI community is doing. Thanks for sharing Pollie!

  4. Mrs. Blunders

    Stumbled on your post from Firehub.eu . Great effort and enjoy the overview. Mrs. Blunders is Dutch, but we live abroad now. She loves seeing fellow country-people (politically correct) being passionate about dividend investing.
    How do you think the Dutch dividend investing growth is compared to other countries?

    We only started a couple of months ago and after years of being a silent lurker, she is wanting to share our progress as well.

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