So for starters, I will mention (and I should update my portfolio page), I do not include my retirement or Roth IRA account dividends here (at least for now). That may change soon, but for now, I am just disclosing what my personal decisions have done for me.
The big one this month is my direct investment (usually tends to be). I hold a small stake in Cisco for my direct investments, and it payed out $19.84 in January for dividends. That's a good base to start on.
From there, my smaller investments take over, and combined, they pump my dividends up another $18.13, for a total of $37.97 That's $37.97 payed in January 2019, a year over year increase of 110.48% for January. This is a good start.
I will give a small heads up, my March this year will be hurting in YoY, as last year, I had to sell a few stocks to payoff some student loans, but I think that will help in the long run. But for now, I will go ahead and put my usual info below. Please take a peak, and let me know what you think of my January dividends. And as always, Keep pushing forward!