The Money By Ramey Dividend Portfolio: March 2022

Hi everyone! Here is the MoneyByRamey.com Dividend Portfolio March 2022 Update:

MoneyByRamey.com March 2022 Dividends

March 2022 dividends came in at $1,367.33 which represents a 13.17% increase vs. $1,188.86 worth of dividends earned in March 2021.

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


MoneyByRamey.com 2022 Dividend Payouts


March 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.

$JNJ maintains the #1 spot; $PG remains at the #2 spot. It’s interesting to see these two companies go back and forth for the #1 spot from a valuation perspective.

$KO still holds on to the #3 spot! A solid performer and I love being invested alongside Buffett.

$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.

March 2022 Top 10 Stocks by Dividend Income

$KO jumps into the #1 spot for dividend income while maintaining the #3 spot for value. This has been a great stock to own!

$JNJ is now in the #2 position for ADI and #1 position in my portfolio for value. I will continue to look for good entry points on this stock position.

$PG is the stellar-star performer, being #2 for value and #3 for dividend income. Such a solid performer. This shows that consumer staples is still a solid sector to be involved in.

$XOM is #4 for dividend income. With oil prices on the rise, Exxon Mobil is set for years to come. With the world transition to more green energy inititaives, I’m not sure this will be a long-term play in the portfolio, but for now I am taking Exxon’s dividends in cash and using it to deploy into new trades.

Cracking the top 5 for the first time is $IBM. $IBM has been a quiet solid performer for me over the years. I’m hoping this will play out well with a foray into the world of blockchain, which is set to revolutionize various industries for years to come.

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2 Comments

  1. DivHut on April 8, 2022 at 7:21 pm

    Looks like March was a solid earner for you. As usual, we have may of the same names paying us both. Nice to be in such good company. Your dividend income is also spread out pretty evenly among your holdings. I need to do a better job of that rather than rely on just a handful of names for the majority of my income. Keep up the good work.

    • Matt Ramey on April 9, 2022 at 3:15 pm

      Thanks DivHut! Yes, usually the back-end of the quarter (Mar, Jun, Sep, & Dec) are very solid. I do like having a lot of diversification, though it creates a bit more management through needing to follow more stocks. But since I rarely sell a position, it’s worked out well for me.

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