6 April, 2022 seen 56Welcome to the fifty-ninth (#59) dividend income report, covering earnings I've made from dividend-paying stocks in…
Welcome to the thirty-first (#31) dividend income report, covering earnings I've made from dividend-paying stocks and peer to peer lending in November 2019.
Last November we spent a week in Italy and Switzerland. Traveling with a 16-month old might be complicated but we did it actually quite nice - Lake Como in Italy, Lugano in Switzerland. Quite a tranquil trip. Highly recommend.
The last November was better than expected in terms of dividend income but was a total catastrophe for my options trades.
At the end of the month, I have collected $260.41 from dividend stocks and Mintos peer to peer lending platform. Compared to the previous November in 2018, that is a growth of 133.34% (+$148.81). The growth is just awesome.
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With options trading, November was the first month when I took loses. -$1,428.33 was lost with options trading. As options trading is not a passive form of making money while you are sleeping it wouldn't be fair to include them in dividend income reports.
Last but not least, last October I traded options on cryptocurrencies using Deribit platform, which resulted in an additional $208.86
When counted all together (dividends + options + crypto options), it seems I have lost -$959.06 last month. Not the best income month, but I will take it and will take my lesson from trading options.
Now. let's focus on dividend income
Interest income in November 2019
From the stocks and peer to peer lending I got following income last month:
Total: EUR 233.34 / USD 260.41
In total there were 13 great companies paying us dividends in November 2019, that's 5 companies more than in November 2018.
Mintos has slipped to second place in terms of interest income generated
I've been tracking my journey towards million dollars in a savings account since January 2017. The result, so far, looks quite good. Dividends are growing.
Monthly dividend Income chart as of November 2019
The cumulative earnings for 2019 now are $2,355.01 which is already 115.16% from my goal of 2019 ($2,045).
Goals for November 2020
This is my favorite part of the reports - trying to forecast/set goals for the next year. But before setting a goal for 2020, let's see what I forecasted/said a year ago (November 2018)
When setting goal/forecast for November 2019 I have a $180 goal for the next year. Again, from today's perspective, hard but doable.
For November 2020, I will set a $320 goal. It should be easy.