Having said that it’s not too bad, because checking investments too often is not good as you get the wrong impressions from normal market fluctuations.
The month was MEANT to be the first month where all my companies in the PF were going to pay dividends, but in reality since I delayed Glaxo acquisition in May I did not qualify for the dividend today, so the very first month to have “straight” dividends it’s going to be August.
July marks the higher dividend income for me in 2015 with 139 Euro worth of Dividends, but I am missing Disney new semestral dividend (quite unexpected and nice surprise), so the total will be higher.
From a recent calculation my NET prospected dividend is 2.5% from the PF (in 1 year), if I get good at cleaning up some more positions and add a few interesting items it might go higher than this mark. Considering that I have most of the portfolio on double taxation this is not too bad, but more importantly is in touch with the targets that I have given me!