The portfolio page currently tracks my IRA which I've invested solely in dividend paying stocks set up to automatically reinvest via DRIP by my broker. This particular IRA was started in 2014. I was inspired by Dividend Mantra's Freedom Fund, Dividend Life's Portfolio, the Dividend Guy's Portfolio, and others (to add later).
The portfolio also tracks my Loyal3 taxable account.
The idea is to create a portfolio that will assist with paying bills in retirement via passive dividend income. To fully replace employment income would require a 7 figure portfolio, this will not be possible in my IRA due to getting a late start and time to retirement age (in 27 years). Thus I'm going to do what I can with the max IRA contributions yearly and stay mostly in ETFs/target date funds in the current employer's 401k.
Traders think this sort of investing is a bad idea... only time will tell.
Dividend Income (2014)
reinvested via DRIP
Total for 2014: $84.58
Dividend Income (2015)reinvested via DRIP
Total for 2015
(Jan): $ 35.79
(Jul): $576.18 <--thanks KRFT!
You probably want to check out the Dividend Stock Resources Page for the how to's