January 2019 Dividend Income from the Dutch Dividend Series
A new year has already started and it is time again for a post in my series about the passive income from the Dutch bloggers. This is my first post in this series for 2019. Lets hope that 2019 will be a healthy and dividend rich year for us all!
And you, my frequent reader, know that 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. Hetgeldcollege has written a great post (in Dutch) about the different stages of financial independence. I’m currently in stage 4, and working hard to advance. In what stage are you??
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) I see a lot of people enjoy this Series. Keep sending me some love. And also if you want to be included in this Series.
Passive income from the Dutch Dividend bloggers
Here is my January episode of the dividend Income from the Dutch Dividend Series. I’ve only included the bloggers that reported their dividend income on their website.
Stashing Dutchman – Stashing Dutchman hasn’t published its dividend report for January. Better luck next month!
Financially in 10 years – € 52.21 – Mr. Robot broke the € 50 mark for the first time. How cool is that. No less than 10 companies have paid dividend. He had a YoY increase of 585.31%! Amazing!
Tall investing – € 431.65 – The fact that 16 companies sent TI dividend checks is great in and of itself, but four of them decided to raise their pay-out this month. TI had a YoY increase of 86%. Way to go!!
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 – € 629.01 – CF will not reporting his dividend income frequently anymore. However he tweeted his amazing amount for January.
Veelvoorminder – €9.01 – Almost a tenner as dividend income. In 2019 veelvoorminder is focusing on stability and slowly growing is passive income stream. I will follow him with great interest in 2019.
I want Dividend – € 140.32 – Another great month for IWD. The first month of the year is never a big dividend income month for IWD. This month he received payments from 7 companies.He had a YoY increase of 231%. Some great numbers here. Congrats on a slow month!
Groeigeld – €104 – Mr Groeigeld had a great month. With a YoY of 500%, it is safe to say that he had a great month!
De Kleine Belegger – DKB hasn’t published its dividend report for January. Better luck next month!
De Kleine Kapitalist – € 15.00 – This is the second month DKK is included in the list. And again some great numbers. Keep up the good work!
Polliesdividend – € 121.21 – January is normally a slow month for my Vrijheid Fonds. But I received a special dividend from BBL. And this made January a great month ;-). If I remove this special dividend from the equation, I had a 35.16% YoY increase. For more information about my passive income, just read my January report.
January was a slow, but good month for the Dutch Dividend community. 9 Bloggers received and reported their dividend income in January. 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 € 1,506.89 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.