A silly experiment to keep myself disciplined 🀭
I am running a silly experiment (similar to DCAing $VOO everyday) to keep myself disciplined. The new experiment is DRIPping $O's dividend each month and see the gradual growth. With a 3%+ dividend growth CAGR and 3%+ growth CAGR, I want to see if it will beat the market in next 5 years.

If history would be of any indicator, there is a chance that total return might be able to beat the market too.

Even if it doesn't, I love cashflow and would love to show the gradual increment in cashflow. If it were to go as with 3%+ CAGR in both growth and dividend growth, I would get a dividend of $116.72 a 29.83% to $89.9 of last month.

Let's see how this experiment goes. Except beating the market, everything else is known about the result.
Joey Hirendernath's avatar
Ohhh now this is interesting. I recently started a small position in $O too as I thought that a monthly payout was a unique perk to have for my dividend portfolio. It was actually @stock.owl that first brought my attention to it. Looking forward to seeing how this goes :)
Investor from Nepal πŸ‡³πŸ‡΅'s avatar
@joeyhirendernath Yeah monthly dividends give you peaceful sleep ;)
sam stribling's avatar
I’m in! Just 12 shares to start
sam stribling's avatar
DRIP’ing them obviously but I’ll hold for 5 years with ya! Let’s do it. I love drips.
Investor from Nepal πŸ‡³πŸ‡΅'s avatar
@strib Let's go DRIP'pin baby!!!!
Joshua Simka's avatar
Looking forward to the results! Any particular reason you chose $O for this? (You own a number of dividend payers, right?)
Investor from Nepal πŸ‡³πŸ‡΅'s avatar
@tomato As $O is a monthly dividend stock, it will create more points of entry = greater DRIPing opportunities and opportunities to compound more. Plus, other monthly dividend stocks I might be more likely to exit out of than $O
Joshua Simka's avatar
@investor_from_nepal Ahh, it was the "monthly" part that I guess I totally skipped over. (I forgot that there are some monthly dividend payers.) Your rationale about more points of entry makes great sense.
Conor Mac's avatar
Love it, I own a little $O. Any other REITs you like? I own $STAG as well.
Investor from Nepal πŸ‡³πŸ‡΅'s avatar
@investmenttalk Ah cool! Gotta love $O isn't it ;)

I would say $AMT, $VICI, $STOR, and $RITM (NRZ is a bit tricky, mREIT)
Conor Mac's avatar
@investor_from_nepal Thank you kindest of sirs!

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