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March 2021 Passive Income - 3 Sources - More Growth


  • With New Purchases, Drips, and Dividend Raises we continued to grow the size of our dividend portfolio. Total increased so far in 2021 is $281.28. 16.74% of our goal.
  • We added 33 more shares of Couche-Tard. I still think this one is cheap, and if it stays around $40 I'll be adding more.
  • This month we added 9 more units of XAW ETF.
  • 0 Dividend Raises
  • 3 sources of passive income
  • $720.39 from dividends
  • 12 stocks dripped in March

Hey hey hey!

The market keeps running and setting new highs. The printing presses have been busy creating new money and inflating the prices of everything. While it's nice seeing so much green in the portfolio, it makes it hard to find deals at the moment. There are still some out there, but you got to look pretty hard.

Raises or Cuts

0 Raises this month. Guess it was expected as no companies I hold generally raise in March.

Total Added Income from Dividend Raises in 2021 - $75.04

March 2021 Dividend Income

12 Companies paid us this month.

Stocks March 2020 Income March 2021 Income
Altagas (OTCPK:ATGFF) 2.40 sold
IBM (IBM) 45.36 usd 45.64 usd
Microsoft (MSFT) 6.72 usd
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) 12.35 usd 43.43 usd
3M (MMM) 17.64 usd 32.56 usd
LMT (LMT) 0 36.40 usd
Canadian National Railway (CNI) 35.65 47.36
Inter Pipeline (OTCPK:IPPLF) 29.07 (2 Drips) 8.32
Brookfield Property Partners (BPY) 115.20 (9 Drips) sold
RioCan (OTCPK:RIOCF) 30.00 (1 Drip) sold
SmartCentres (OTCPK:CWYUF) 26.05
Extendicare (OTCPK:EXETF) 18.16 (2 Drips) sold
Brookfield Renewable (BEPC) 105.64 (1 Drip) 85.92 (1 Drip)
RIT ETF 64.33 (3 Drips)
Canadian Utilities (OTCPK:CDUAF) 87.95 (2 Drips) 92.36 (3 Drips)
Enbridge (ENB) 180.63 (3 Drips) 231.30 (5 drips)
Totals 680.05 720.39

12 stocks Dripped in March - The snowball grows itself.

Not a massive growth rate but loving the looks of the new improved portfolio. IBM is still one I question, but I really believe they will turn around with the new CEO. Maybe that's wishful thinking? The BPY loss was a big hit to these months due to potential buyout and sale, but I moved those proceeds to RIT ETF. Keeping it in the same sector

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In 2011 me and my wife had almost $60,000 in debt and a negative $7,000 Net Worth. Through hard work and financial education we paid all that off. Now we are focusing on increasing our Passive Income Streams to make the money work for us.

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