#HYHRD: Dividends/Holdings 12/1 $AGD $ARCC $ARR $AWP $BGH $BST $BXMX $CLM $CRF

Howdy, Y’all!


I’m Pat Rosenheim, a.k.a. the PandA Trader.

This is the regular posting of the review of “Expected dividends and current holdings” of the #HYHRD portfolio.

The spreadsheet for each individual account is now found on my Google sheets.

I only post for my holdings, but they’re as accurate as I can make them. The symbols are; AGD, ARCC, ARR, AWP, BGH, BST, BXMX, CLM, CRF, CSQ, DIAX, DNP, ECC, FLC, FTF, GAIN, GLOP, GOF, HTD, IFN, IIF, JPC, JPI, KIO, KRP, LDP, LGI, LOAN, LOR, MAIN, MITT, NEWT, NHF, NRO, NRZ, NVG, NZF, OIA, OXLC, PCI, PDI, PDT, PFO, PHK, PHT, PMF, PML, PSF, QQQX, RA, RCKY, RFI, RNP, SAR, SPXX, STK, TPZ, UTF, & UTG. Quite a list, eh? (59 total issues held; 12 common stocks and 47 CEFs, of which 5 are tax-free muni CEFs.) Most pay monthly! Only ARCC, BXMX, DIAX, GLOP, IFN, KRP, LOAN, MITT, NEWT, NRZ, QQQX, RCKY, SAR, SPXX, & STK pay quarterly. IIF pays semi-annually.

I took last week off to celebrate Thanksgiving with our family in the frozen north. When we left our home near Tampa, Fl on Thanksgiving morning it was 71 degrees and when we landed at Boston’s Logan airport it was 15 degrees. Right there we decided to never visit in the winter months again. But, we got our rental mini-van from Enterprise which was a fairly painless exercise and held a few delightful surprises for us. It was a 2018 Dodge Grand Caravan, black and not much to look at from the outside even though it was fairly clean save for the rather large seagull dropping on the right front fender. The rest of the vehicle was almost spotless, however. We loaded ourselves into the van and I was delighted to find that there were 3 heat zones (driver, passenger, and rear), both front seats were power adjustable and also heated, and the steering wheel was also heated. Wowza! We were ecstatic! It didn’t take long to adjust mirrors, seats, etc. and we were soon on our way to the hotel. We picked a new hotel about halfway between our 2 sons, at the intersection of Rt. 1 & Rt. 128 in Peabody, MA. This Holiday Inn was more expensive than our old favorite Holiday Inn in Tewksbury, presumably because it was closer to Boston. We checked in, got our room key, and trudged the long walk down the hall to our room. We went in and it was just as cold in the room as it was outside! We also noticed there were no blankets on the beds! WTFF?!?! We went down to the front desk and told them about it and the slack-jawed yokel behind the desk said “Uh, I only have sheets here” and threw 2 on the counter. I said “Could you ask housekeeping to make the beds up *with blankets” and send maintenance to the room to fix the heat, please?”. He said, “Uh, sure”. We left and drove the 10 miles to one son’s house to have turkey dinner. Dinner was lovely and so was dessert, 6 pies and ice cream and homemade charlotte russe (a family tradition and not at all as you would imagine – cake, crabapple jelly, bananas, cool whip, etc. left to percolate for a day or so in the fridge with other ingredients I am totally unfamiliar with). Daughter-in-law’s mother came and brought her signature sweet potato casserole with marshmallows on top (a huge hit!). We all sat around a huge table and the food was being heaped on our plates with near reckless abandon and my plate was filled to the brim when I realized I didn’t have any turkey! Hold the phone! Some minor re-arranging and the turkey was added twixt the stuffing and taters and gravy was poured on the above, followed by a couple of dollops of cranberry jelly. I have to say, the best part of Thanksgiving dinner is how quickly you forget the rest of the year and any troubles you may have. Our second son and his family joined us for dessert as did our friends who recently bought a home in our park. Conversations were lively and laughter was frequent. Offers to refill your plate were ever-present and must be politely refused.

But, all good things must come to an end and so, after dessert (1st and 2nd!) we bade farewell to our family & friends and made plans to see Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald on Saturday at the Imax theater in Reading, Mass.

We went back to our hotel and found there was still no heat. There was now a girl at the front desk who must have been born of saccharine because she made me sick when I spoke to her because she was indeed sickeningly sweet. I won’t go into full detail but the maintenance man came and took the cover off the a/c & heat unit and dust flew everywhere. He wiggled the plug on the side and there were a few little sparks and the unit came to life briefly and died again. We commented on the dust flying around the room but he just looked at us and did not respond. He wiggled the plug and then he wiggled the junction box and then finally the unit came to life with a grinding squeal. He replaced the unit cover and left the room. We looked at each other through the cloud of dust and said “We can’t stay here” and called the front desk.

Saccharine invited us down to the front desk to have a conversation. I explained that my wife uses a walker and I have COPD and neither of cannot walk too far, so we need a room close to the elevator. Sac gave us a key to a room on the 4th floor and told us it was close to the elevator. We still had our luggage on the cart and I loaded my wife and the cart onto the elevator and we went to the 4th floor to examine this new room. Turns out this room was at the end of the hallway and the bathroom was filthy so we opted to return to the front desk.

I was starting to get perturbed…

I told Sac that I needed something close to the elevator and she said I gave you one and I explained it was at the end of the hall as far from the elevator as one could possible get. I also explained about the bathroom being filthy and again asked for another room. She look at the floor map and said to herself “Oh, I see it now. I was looking at it wrong.” and typed something into the computer and handed me another set of keys to a room on the 3rd floor. She assured me this room was right next to the elevator, that I should get off the elevator and turn right and the room would be on my right. Silently I took the keys and we made our way back to the elevator and up to the 3rd floor. We found that if we instead turned left the room was on our left. Seems that Sac didn’t know left from right.

We checked in and found the heat worked, and there were blankets on the bed. Good enough. It was now 1AM and we wanted to go to sleep.


This post examines recent & upcoming dividends and current holdings.

(This is where I double-check ex-dividend dates & amounts as well as dividend pay dates & amounts for the next 2 weeks.)

For all of our total shares, the Yearly Estimated Dividends from the currently held position(s) across the HYHRD portfolio are $17,257.39/year. This figure is taken from the “Div” tab. The dollar amount(s) invested in position(s) are shown on each account’s page. The YIELD is also shown on those pages. This does NOT consider capital gain/loss, nor does it consider accumulated dividends. Do your homework and do your own due diligence! YMMV!

These are declared ex-dividend dates with amount per share and expected dividends for the last two weeks (to double-check amounts, etc.) and the next couple of weeks (no amount means ex-dividend date is in the future and/or no dividend was earned yet);

  • November
    • 19 ex-dividend-GAIN $0.068 MAIN $0.195 (already projected)
    • 20 dividend-CSQ $21.79 STK $12.54 (already paid)
    • 20 ex-dividend-BGH $0.1482 NHF $0.20 (already projected)
    • 21 ex-dividend-FLC $0.119 OXLC $0.135 PFO $0.066 TPZ $0.125 (already projected)
    • 23 dividend-LGI $88.06 RA $3.36 (already paid)
    • 27 dividend-ARR $3.35 (already paid)
    • 28 dividend-AGD $2.76 AWP $3.26 (already paid)
    • 29 ex-dividend-DNP $0.065 FTF $0.091 RCKY $0.12 (already projected)
    • 30 dividend-BST $5.51 CLM $728.21 CRF $701.79 ECC $198.30 FLC $7.16 GAIN $21.33 GOF $1.09 HTD $2.11 KIO $2.11 LDP $17.82 NHF $6.08 NRO $5.99 OIA $1.85 OXLC $431.90 PDT $4.64 PFO $16.89 PHT $9.90 PSF $20.01 RFI $4.57 RNP $10.31 TPZ $3.25 UTF $19.14 UTG $2.42 (already paid)
  • December
    • 3 dividend-BGH $8.54 JPC $6.34 JPI $10.11 NVG $1.68 NZF $2.04 PCI $9.98 PDI $5.59 PDT $4.65 PHK $122.33 PMF $1.71 PML $2.87
    • 5 ex-dividend-GAIN $0.06 (special)
    • 10 dividend-DNP $0.12
    • 11 ex-dividend-LGI $0.11556 (LTCG) $0.90376 (’17LTCG) $0.32129 (’17STCG) $0.0964 LOR $0.07409
    • 12 ex-dividend-ECC $0.20
    • 13 ex-dividend-ARCC $0.39 CLM $0.2365 CRF $0.2301 KIO $0.125
    • 14 dividend-FTF $254.44 GAIN $ (special) MAIN $9.92 RCKY $3.99
    • 14 ex-dividend-ARR $0.19 NRO $0.04 SAR $0.53

Presented differently, these are ex-dividend dates for the next 7 days and dividend dates and amount for the next 7 days or until EOM, whichever comes first. These screen shots are from the TDM Dividend and Investment Tracking Software program that I use. All of these dates are pulled into the program automatically. I don’t have to search different sites any more, and reconcile which of them may be right. This program does it all. All I do is input my buys and sells and my dividends are calculated automatically. In the rare case where the calculated dividend doesn’t match the actual dividend received, it is usually due to the broker miscalculating, and then it’s usually in my favor! I’m not going to complain to them that they’re giving me too much money!

Here’s the TDM ex-dividend list for the next 7 days;


Here’s the TDM projected dividends for the next 7 days;


Presented yet another way, here is the sheet I use to record the dividends (subject to change) and projected out through next week (it might be 2 or more screenshots around the beginning/end of the month when most dividends are received), and when there are no dividends expected next week, we just look at dividends received (with the amount of holdings I have now, it will be an extremely rare occasion when I do not have dividends expected, but it could happen, so…);


Mr. Market may have different ideas than you or I, so it’s always a good idea to at least have a look each day.

Part of the cash in our accounts may be withdrawn each month on an ‘as needed’ basis. I will retain some of the cash in each account for further investing. I plan on keeping enough free cash in the accounts at all times to last for 3 months of investing, adjusting amount(s) invested and/or withdrawn as necessary. This includes accumulated dividends only, and cash added to the taxable joint brokerage account. That plan has changed. All dividends are now re-invested.

Again, to see our current holdings;

Just click here (will open in a new window).


I’m not telling anyone to buy anything or giving anyone any advice, because that’s illegal. You see, I have no letters after my name, like RIA, CFA, etc. I SIMPLY DO NOT GIVE ADVICE. I only tell (and show!) what I do. You, like me, are all alone in this.

And remember, always do your own due diligence!

panda_wildePat Rosenheim
(PandA Trader)
High Yield, High Return Dividend


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