This is it, people … this is my portfolio.

I call it my Dividend Farm because, well, it’s where I grow dividends. I have more than 40 companies that pay quarterly in January, April, July and October. You can find those companies in GREEN. I have more than 40 that pay quarterly in February, May, August and November. Those are in YELLOW. Finally, I have 40-plus that pay quarterly in March, June, September and December. Those you can find in RED. So, what’s that mean? Well, it means I get paid more than 40 times a month! The numbers are small now, but, well, they’re growing.

The first column is for the ticker symbol, second represents the number of shares I own, third is annualized dividend, fourth is how much my position will net me per year and the fifth column is for yield … probably self explanatory, but I figured I should at least mention it.

Oh, and I use Robinhood, so I can buy single shares without paying any sort of commission. It’s free, more than amazing, and the only way this type of micro investing is possible without fees eating away at all your gains.

Dividend Farm

January, April, July and October payers … 


February, May, August and November payers …


March, June, September and December payers … 


Right now, my holdings produce nearly $400 in forward annual dividend income. My average yield is 3.15%. My portfolio changes constantly, not because I’m always selling (I almost never sell), but because I’m always buying.

I’ll update these images weekly, so make sure you check back to see what’s changed.

You can find my last several portfolio updates here: