The Money By Ramey Dividend Portfolio: January 2022

Hi everyone! Here is the Dividend Portfolio January 2022 Update: January 2022 Dividends

January 2022 dividends came in at $302.86, which represents a 40.03% increase vs. $181.62 worth of dividends earned in January 2021. It’s good to see the dividends continue to increase yoy!

Want to see the progress of the portfolio? Check out Dividend Income: the Trend 2022 Dividend Payouts

January 2022 Top 10 Stocks by Value

As you can see, the top 10 positions by overall value rank in the MoneyByRamey dividend portfolio are made up of a solid 10 performers – all US based.

$PG rolls into the #1 spot, mainly on a strong DRIP program. Every time this stock pays out a dividend I buy an addition 1+ share. Pretty amazing!

Johnson and Johnson $JNJ is very close to taking over the #1 spot, but remains in the #2 spot – for now. Love having this stock in my portfolio as it continues to be a strong performer.

After some roaring growth and some December purchases, $KO grabs the #3 spot! Sure it’s a sin stock, but I do like a diet coke every once in a while (as does many others I know)!

$AAPL is in #4 spot (as well as the first $3T dollar company) and MSFT is the final #5 in the top 5.

What else will I be adding to the portfolio in 2022 and beyond? I’ll be on the lookout for the next best stocks on the MoneyByRamey Dividend Stocks Watchlist.

January 2022 Top 10 Stocks by Dividend Income

$T still rounds out the top 5 for our dividend positions by dividend income, though it’s .$52/share dividend is on the way out. $T finally announced a decrease to $1.11/annual payout, which is 50% of its current $2.52/yr payout. This obviously isn’t reflected yet, but will be on the next dividend update.

$KO jumps into the #2 spot for dividend income while maintaining the #3 spot for value. This has been a great stock to own!

$JNJ maintains the #3 position for ADI and #2 position in my portfolio for value.

$PG is the stellar-star performer, being #1 for value and #4 for dividend income. Such a solid performer. This shows that consumer staples is still a solid sector to be involved in.

$XOM is #5 for dividend income. With oil prices on the rise, Exxon Mobil is set for years to come.

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