February 2019 Dividend Income from the Dutch Dividend Series
I know this post is a little bit late. The reason for this is, that I have been starting a new job in March and it takes up a lot of time and energy. When I come home after work, I’m happy (because I really love this new job), but exhausted. I’ve underestimated the amount of energy it takes to start a new job at a new company. And that’s why I’ve posted less on polliesdividend.com in recent weeks than you’re used to from me. In the coming weeks I will try to write more posts again.
With my website 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.
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Passive income from the Dutch Dividend bloggers
Here is my February episode of the dividend Income from the Dutch Dividend Series. I’ve only included the bloggers that reported their dividend income on their website.
Financially in 10 years – € 54.68 – Mr. Robot broke the € 50 mark again, so the € 50+ streak continues. And it is his new personal record. Congrats on this great month. He had a YoY increase of 285.24%! Amazing!
Tall investing – His website is down, so no passive income report from Tallinvesting this time.
Financemonkey – Saska only publish her dividend income report after every quarter. This because her portfolio consists of ETF’s that pay a quarterly dividend. Again she has posted some great posts in Dutch on her website. I always love reading her posts. And Saska congrats on buying a new house!!
Cheesy Finance – CF will not report his dividend income frequently anymore. However he posted a couple of really nice (and funny) posts on his blog, which are worth reading
Veelvoorminder – €7.39 – Veelvoorminder is focusing on stability and slowly growing his passive income stream. Last year February he had no dividend income. So he is doing a great job. Keep up the good work and let your dividend snowball get momentum.
I want Dividend – € 126.17 – Erik posted a solid € 126.17 in dividend in February. So another great month for IWD. He has received payments from only 6 companies. And with these payments, he had a YoY increase of 231%. Some great numbers here. Congrats on a slow month!
Groeigeld – €60 – Mr Groeigeld had a quiet month, as he says it himself. With a YoY of 264%, it is safe to say that his dividend snowball has gotten momentum! Keep up the good work.
De Kleine Belegger – € 28.45 – DKB also had a quiet month. He has reported its lowest dividend income since his website started.But with a YoY of 63%, he positioned himself for some great result in the future if I look at the companies he owns.
De Kleine Kapitalist – DKK didn’t receive any dividends in February.
Financieelvrijer – € 28.06 – They had a good month, but unfortunately they received less dividend than last years February.
In February the stock market continued its impressive streak and more and more dividends rolled our way. February has been good month for the Dutch Dividend community. 7 Bloggers received and reported their dividend income in February. We all worked hard to deliver strong results and some impressive dividend growth rates. Congrats to us all. Keep up the good work, and keep writing some amazing posts on your websites!
We as Dutch Dividend Bloggers made an astonishing € 475.37 in dividend! I’m proud of us, what a great work we all did! Let us all keep up the good work!
If you’re not included in the list above, just leave a comment below, and I will include you in the next post.