Stock Dividends



Dividends, 2016

2017

ABF: 53.43 €
Enel: 40.50 €
Deere: 33.06 €
DBAG: 120.00 €
ETF Russia: 62.30 €
Intel: 33.22 €
TJX: 7.89 €
IBM: 32.90 €
BP: 115.76 €
Nike: 6.74 €
EFT Austria: 75.76 € (re-invested)
DB: 79.80 €
K+S: 72.00 €
BASF: 141.00 €
Talanx: 108.00 €
Fast Retailing: 8.47 €
VW: 24.72 €
Hugo Boss: 91.00 €

Running Total 2017:  1106.55 €
Running Taxes Total 2017: -196.76 €

2016

ABF: 45.75 €
Deere: 64.52 €
DBAG: 100.00 €
ETF Russia: 71.15 €
Intel: 127.89 €
TJX: 28.82 €
IBM: 124.44 €
BP: 286.77 €
ETF Austria: 48.94 € (re-invested)
Gerry Weber: 20.00 €
Coba: 106.00 €
BASF: 136.30 €
Kernel: 37.19 €
Fast Retailing: 17.49 €
K+S: 276.00 €
Talanx: 104.00 €
Adidas: 56.00 €
E.On: 600.00 € (400 € as Uniper shares)
Cez: 145.76 €
Enel: 72.00 €
VW: 2.04 €

Total 2016: 2471.06 €
Taxes Total 2016: -250.04 €

2015

ABF: 43.24 €
ETF Russia: 52.47 €
Intel: 87.06 €
IBM: 72.20 €
DBAG: 200.00 €
Eniro: 74.50 € (sold pre-emptive rights)
BP: 149.96 €
RWE: 85.00 €
MüRe: 139.50 €
BASF: 86.80 €
Kernel: 122.54 €
Adidas: 52.50 €
Talanx: 100.00 €
K+S: 136.80 €
DB: 180.75 €
E.On: 120.00 € (part as 6 shares)
Enel: 63.00 €
Cez: 145.83 €
TJX: 12.32 €

Total 2015: 1926.36 €
Taxes Total 2015: -338.64 €

2014

IBM: 27.75 €
Cez: 142.64 €
Enel: 58.50 €
E.On.: 144.00 €
Deutsche Bank: 141.00 €
K+S: 38.00 €
MüRe: 130.50 €
BP: 105.58 €
DBAG: 60.00 €
Intel: 67.93 €
Associated British Foods: 39.50 €
Tessenderlo: 69.68 € (sold pre-emptive rights)

Total 2014: 1025.08 €
Taxes Total 2014: -90.84 €

2013

Intel: 50.88 €
Commerzbank: 653.30 € (sold pre-emptive rights by mistake)
Deutsche Bank: 141.00 €
E.ON.: 264.00 €
MüRe: 126.00 €
Associated British Foods: 35.10 €
BP: 96.65 € (part as 4 shares)

Total 2013: 1366.93 €
Taxes Total 2013: -150.96 €

2012

MüRe: 112.50 €
E.ON.: 120.00 €
Deutsche Bank: 88.50 €
Asian Bamboo: 72.00 €
BP: 68.49 €

Total 2012: 461.49 €
Taxes Total 2012: -0.00 €

In Germany on capital gains you do not have to pay taxes up until the 801:e €.

2 comments:

DivHut said...

You have a pretty high income from your dividends. Thanks for sharing. How often do you trade or add new funds to your account?

Fredrik von Oberhausen said...

I try to invest 1000 euro per month which is around 40% of my net salary.
In the last year i was forced to cut my salary which made it hard to keep up with that investment strategy.