Portfolio

The dividend machine portfolio

Total value : 106753 EUR
ROI : 21.97%
TWR : 5.20%

Return on Investment

I like to see the dividend machine as a black box: every now and then I put some euros in and at any time a euro denominated value comes out. This single value includes all reinvested dividends, changing exchange rates and costs. The next chart shows the portfolio value and the invested sum over time.

The following chart shows the return on investment (ROI) over time.

Positions

All positions currently in the dividend machine. Please note : prices and costs are converted to Euro.

fund amount price cost diff allocation
3M 6 1145 1097 4.31% 1.07%
AB Inbev 35 2752 2863 -3.86% 2.58%
AbbVie 18 1289 1018 26.65% 1.21%
Akzo Nobel 28 2236 1960 14.08% 2.09%
Archer Daniels Midland 30 1149 1083 6.12% 1.08%
ArcelorMittal 50 1007 1281 -21.39% 0.94%
AstraZeneca 23 1597 1161 37.59% 1.50%
Atrium European Real Estate 242 828 1016 -18.57% 0.78%
Banco Santander 163 743 1198 -37.96% 0.70%
BASF 30 2164 2150 0.66% 2.03%
BHP Billiton 126 2778 2091 32.85% 2.60%
BP 410 2707 2270 19.27% 2.54%
British Land 220 1547 2024 -23.58% 1.45%
Cisco 60 3000 1703 76.14% 2.81%
Cardinal Health 50 2081 2455 -15.23% 1.95%
Daimler 17 960 1074 -10.55% 0.90%
Danone 17 1190 1034 15.00% 1.11%
Diageo 50 1808 1157 56.25% 1.69%
Digital Realty 5 539 508 6.13% 0.50%
Eaton 16 1182 1001 18.10% 1.11%
Emera 31 1041 1011 3.00% 0.98%
Enagas 80 2028 2109 -3.83% 1.90%
Enbridge 34 1126 1019 10.47% 1.05%
Engie 133 1770 2054 -13.80% 1.66%
Fortum Oyj 106 2001 1835 9.07% 1.87%
GlaxoSmithKline 165 2963 3046 -2.71% 2.78%
HSBC 152 1155 1244 -7.14% 1.08%
Intel 24 1194 1007 18.57% 1.12%
Johnson & Johnson 17 2051 1524 34.61% 1.92%
Kimberly Clark 12 1305 1257 3.79% 1.22%
Kraft Heinz Company 51 1494 2762 -45.91% 1.40%
LTC Properties 38 1550 1114 39.15% 1.45%
Main Street Capital 34 1154 1049 10.01% 1.08%
Mowi 72 1435 1028 39.61% 1.34%
Mercury General 40 1782 1300 37.05% 1.67%
Munich RE 11 2366 2082 13.64% 2.22%
National Grid 164 1559 1856 -16.00% 1.46%
Omega Healthcare Investors 71 2316 2096 10.52% 2.17%
Pepsico 24 2623 2126 23.41% 2.46%
Philip Morris 16 1219 1036 17.66% 1.14%
Procter and Gamble 15 1402 999 40.33% 1.31%
Prosegur 400 1998 2148 -7.00% 1.87%
Prospect Capital 200 1169 1515 -22.87% 1.09%
Qualcomm 26 1314 1384 -5.05% 1.23%
Randstad 20 971 1126 -13.75% 0.91%
Realty Income 19 1199 848 41.44% 1.12%
Reckitt Benckiser 15 1012 1162 -12.93% 0.95%
Royal Bank of Canada 20 1395 1121 24.45% 1.31%
Royal Dutch Shell 195 5583 5002 11.62% 5.23%
Sanofi 45 3375 3227 4.59% 3.16%
Siemens 12 1245 1012 23.01% 1.17%
South32 53 116 64 80.96% 0.11%
Equinor 71 1454 998 45.74% 1.36%
Stone Harbor Emerging Markets Income Fnd 106 1246 1385 -10.02% 1.17%
Telenor 58 1047 1029 1.70% 0.98%
TELUS 37 1236 1115 10.86% 1.16%
UMH Properties 150 1820 1044 74.37% 1.71%
Unilever 130 6594 4040 63.19% 6.18%
Verizon 26 1349 1025 31.64% 1.26%
Walgreens Boots Alliance 35 1678 1911 -12.20% 1.57%
W.P. Carey 22 1541 1080 42.64% 1.44%
Yara 31 1172 1101 6.45% 1.10%

Summary

Positions at a profit 42
Positions at a loss 20
Total amount of positions 62

Currencies

The dividend machine value is denominated in euro, but several positions in the machine are listed in other currencies. Below an overview of the various currencies in the dividend machine. The historical exchange rate is the weighted average rate which was used to buy shares for the dividend machine in the past. The column ‘P/L’ indicates the Profit or Loss in Euro caused by changing exchange rates.

Currency Value(EUR) Alloc. Ex. Rate Hist. Ex. Rate P/L(EUR) %
EUR 39812 37.29% 1.000 1.000 0 0.00%
USD 39792 37.28% 1.131 1.251 3732 9.38%
GBP 17242 16.15% 0.863 0.810 -988 -5.73%
NOK 5108 4.79% 9.602 9.249 -153 -2.99%
CAD 4798 4.49% 1.506 1.484 -63 -1.32%
106753 100% 2528 2.37%

The following chart shows the value of the shares listed in each currency in the dividend machine over time.


Data credit: All exchange rates were obtained from the ECB at 2019-04-15.

Industries

This chart shows how the dividend machine portfolio is distributed across the different industries.The Industry Classification Benchmark (ICB) was used to classify all positions. It is possible to drill down from industry to sector level by clicking on a pie segment. For more information about the ICB visit wikipedia

Not all sectors were created equal. The following chart shows the performance per sector.


Data credit: All stock quotes rates were obtained from Yahoo Finance.

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