Saturday, January 7, 2012

2012 Dividend Payment Schedule (Getting cash every month)

My investment aim is to build a dividend portfolio that is able to generate a regular and stable stream of passive income. Based on previous years' records, I will be receiving dividends for every month of 2012, assuming the payment dates remain the same and there is no dividend cut (fingers crossed).






Jan 2012:
- Singtel
- CapitaMall Trust
- JP Morgan Chase


Feb 2012:
- First REIT
- Frasers CentrePoint Trust
- CACHE
- CapitaMall Trust
- Suntec REIT
- AT&T
- Verizon
- Procter & Gamble


Mar 2012:
- AIMS AMP
- Johnson & Johnson


Apr 2012:
- M1
- Coca Cola
- JP Morgan Chase


May 2012:
- Starhub
- SPH
- First REIT
- Frasers CentrePoint Trust
- CACHE
- CapitaMall Trust
- Suntec REIT
- Procter & Gamble
- AT&T
- Verizon


June 2012:
- Starhub
- AIMS AMP
- Johnson & Johnson


July 2012:
- Coca Cola
- JP Morgan Chase


Aug 2012:
- Singtel
- M1
- First REIT
- Frasers CentrePoint Trust
- CACHE
- CapitaMall Trust
- Suntec REIT
- Procter & Gamble
- AT&T
- Verizon
- Vodafone 


Sep 2012:
- Starhub
- AIMS AMP
- Johnson & Johnson


Oct 2012:
- Coca Cola
- JP Morgan Chase


Nov 2012:
- Starhub
- First REIT
- Frasers CentrePoint Trust
- CACHE
- CapitaMall Trust
- Suntec REIT
- Procter & Gamble
- AT&T
- Verizon


Dec 2012:
- SPH
- AIMS AMP
- Coca Cola
- Johnson & Johnson


My bountiful months will be May, June, August, November and December.
My super lean months will be July and October.


So, does your portfolio give you cash every month? Comment below.^^




Peace Out,
Dividend Warrior

12 comments:

Singapore Man Of Leisure said...

Hey DW,

I didn't you can do that! Dividend payout every month ;)

At this rate you are going, you will be able to rival our CPF Life scheme and achieve it before 40!

No need to wait till 65 - now that's cool!

By the way, I've written how you have "inspired" me to allocate some of my funds to US and European equities - although I will go via the mutual fund route.

Cheers!

Anonymous said...

Hi DW, may i know how much you have invested? I have about 100K, do you think the level of div i can have per month if i follow yr path?

FoodieFC said...

Good to have some extra cashflow every month! What a start to 2012 for you! congrats!

B said...

Hi D. Warrior

You have a great collection of dividend stream coming in especially with the telcos and the REITS and your hold forever mentality. And good job at going global too :)

B

B said...

You would definitely be my motivation for 2012 :)

B

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Alvin said...

Great job! Indeed, the economy seems like slowing down and dividends may cut as earnings drop.

JW said...

Hi Alvin, Telcos and businesses in defensive industries usually won't cut their dividends much as their earnings usually don't change, or are locked down by contracts.

Musicwhiz said...

Not really. Bigger payouts in certain months, none in others. But overall it's more the amount which counts for me, rather than the timing. As long as I am disciplined, I can save the dividends when they come, regardless of timing; and reinvest where appropriate.

lokster said...

Great portfolio and i hope that I can have such portfolio as I am just starting out and need advice from people like you!

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David said...

Thanks for sharing your 12 months dividend play for 2012.

You are one of the few whom I have seen have shared the information and knowledge on dividends play. Thumbs Up for you.

I am into Cash Flow as well.

Thanks for Sharing!

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