My investment income for June was basically unchanged from the month before. It went from $76.53 in May to $76.49 this month. Apparently my stock portfolio must have gone down a small amount. I might add a little to my stocks this month. If not then my investment income will only go up if my stocks go up.
Disclaimer: This is not my actual investment income. To get this figure I first add up my retirement savings, emergency fund, and any other money I consider permanent savings. What the total of my savings would earn at 6% interest for a month is my monthly investment income.
3 thoughts on “June Investment Income – $76.49”
I’m curious, what stocks do you own and why?
JerryB – My stocks are all dividend stocks that I selected due to high-yield and/or steady dividend growth. The idea is to eventually have a steady stream of dividends that I can use for my living expenses. I’m not a stock expert so I’m not sure if I should divulge the stocks I own since there isn’t any particular wisdom in my choices. If there seems to be enough interest though I’ll do a post about my stocks.
I would also be interested in the types of stocks you own. I know you have GE..