As I'm writing this blog post, it's early December. It's hard to believe that less than four weeks are left to this year. But despite the official start of winter being just a couple of weeks away, it has been quite nice here in Central Wisconsin with high temperatures in the mid-30s Fahrenheit.
At any rate, the beginning of a new month is a time for me to look back at the previous month of dividend stock purchases that I executed for my dividend growth portfolio. Let's dig in!
I deployed $2,670.53 in capital last month (including the $132.68 in funds raised from the sale of GEO within my Robinhood and Webull accounts). This is the fifth straight month that I deployed over $2,000 in capital. Considering the $77.36 in net annual forward dividends that I added to my portfolio during the month via purchases, this equates to a 2.90% net yield.
When also adding in the $11.92 increase in net annual forward dividends via dividend increases, my net annual forward dividends have advanced from over $2,115 at the start of November to more than $2,205 heading into December.
How was your November 2021 for capital deployment?
Did you open any new positions in your portfolio like I did with AWK, CCI, and TXN?
As always, thanks for reading and I look forward to reading your comments below!