Hello and welcome to my October 2018 dividend portfolio report. This portfolio is where I invest for mainly dividend returns, but also with some capital growth. In this report I will go over any changes that I made to my portfolio for the month of October. I will also detail how the portfolio performed. If you would like to look at the previous months report you can find it here
Other reports in the series can be found here
In October I moved to selling the last fund currently in my portfolio. I made the following sale.
- Lindell Train Global equity. Sold 239 units returning £2700 to my account. I still hold 4930 in this fund. Due to the global market downturn I don’t see myself selling an more units in November.
In October I increased two of my holdings.
- 53 shares of Intel Corporation (INTC). This takes me holding to 99 shares with a current value of £3525
- 89 shares of Vanguard UK GILT ETF (VGOV). This takes my holding in this share to 176 shares with a value of £3968
October was a great month dividend wise. Six of my holdings paid out this month
- Vanguard All-World ETF(VWRL). £20.50
- Vanguard All-World High Dividend ETF(VHYL). £33.56
- Bank of America Corp (BAC). £16.75
- Vanguard FTSE 100 ETF(VUKE). £20.84
- Vanguard S&P 500 ETF(VUSA). £16.36
- Vanguard UK Gilt ETF(VGOV). £2.98
I am quite happy with the dividends this month. I received a total of £110.91 in October.
Total dividends for 2018 are £298.95 this is £270 more than at the same point last year.
Dividends look like they will drop off next month. I am forecasting around £22 for November.
My dividends received now passed another outgoing goal. I could now pay for Prime/Netflix and Audible now with dividends from the portfolio.
I also reached one of my milestone goals. I have now passed the £5 a month mark. The next target is £10 a month for which I would need £520 a year for.
October 2018 dividend portfolio report – MilestonesOctober was quite a bad month for investments. There was a global selloff on equities which pulled down the value of my portfolio.
Here is how my portfolio is currently split up.