2016-08 Dividend Income Report

Here is the dividend income report for August, 2016.

The monthly dividend income came out to $522.20. The yearly income total for 2016 through the end of the month was $3539.84.

The income for August, 2015 was $406.45, and the yearly income for 2015 through the end of August was $3084.90.

I am still on track to make more than I did last year, but not by much. The rate of increase is already slowing. I bought TXN in January, and more ADP and EMR in late June. It will take awhile for the second two to have a big effect. So I think 2016 will be my second-best year for dividend income. Before I started DGI (dividend growth investing), my second best year for dividend income was 2008, when funds in my then-employer’s 401(k) made $5420.86. I beat that last year by making $5472.07. The best year so far was 2007, when I made $6575.54. I do not think I will beat that this year.

It might be awhile before I set a new record. I am thinking about reducing my exposure to oil companies and increasing my exposure to water utilities. I think water utitlies are a better bet going forward, but they have lower yields.

I am still debating whether I should buy new companies, or buy more of what I have until I get everything I own up to 100 shares.

Here is a table with the year-to-date amounts, the monthly amounts, and the three- and twelve-month moving averages for each August from 2011 through 2016:

Month YTD Amount 3MMA 12MMA
2016-08 $3539.84 $522.20 $493.44 $493.92
2015-08 $3084.90 $406.45 $427.26 $422.22
2014-08 $2456.27 $323.94 $348.41 $323.64
2013-08 $1978.40 $305.11 $279.05 $287.74
2012-08 $2110.57 $316.04 $280.53 $277.00
2011-08 $1878.52 $322.35 $254.56 $225.45

 

Here are the stocks and the income amounts for August, 2016:

  • ABM Industries Inc: $9.46
  • AT&T: $49.75
  • Verizon: $58.36
  • WGL Holdings Inc: $16.93
  • Lowe’s Cos Inc: $19.15
  • Vodafone: $33.25
  • Air Products & Chemicals Inc: $56.95
  • Clorox Co: $46.28
  • Colgate-Palmolive: $43.62
  • Hormel Foods Corp: $14.12
  • Northwest Natural Gas Co: $28.59
  • Procter & Gamble: $40.18
  • Texas Instruments: $40.90
  • Eaton Corporation: $64.66

 

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2016-07 Dividend Income Report

Here is the dividend income report for July, 2016.

The monthly dividend income came out to $273.36. The yearly income total for 2016 through the end of the month was $3017.64.

The income for July, 2015 was $263.13, and the yearly income for 2015 through the end of July was $2678.45.

July is one of what David Fish refers in his spreadsheet as the “A” months (January, April, July, October). They are usually the months with the smallest totals. The months with the biggest hauls are the “C” months (March, June, September and December). Honestly I have no idea why that is.

I am also looking at LEG and YORW. LEG had a high payout ratio above 100% for a while, but they seem to be coming back to earth a bit. YORW is a water utility. They are based in central Pennsylvania. I looked on Wikipedia, and that area seems to be growing.

In other news, PE ratios are still high. I have not placed any orders. I plan on looking more at LEG and YORW.

Here is a table with the year-to-date amounts, the monthly amounts, and the three- and twelve-month moving averages for each July from 2011 through 2016:

Month YTD Amount 3MMA 12MMA
2016-07 $3017.64 $273.36 $464.99 $484.27
2015-07 $2678.45 $263.13 $412.44 $415.35
2014-07 $2132.33 $198.43 $333.77 $322.07
2013-07 $1673.29 $180.57 $258.23 $288.65
2012-07 $1794.53 $219.72 $261.24 $277.53
2011-07 $1556.17 $204.83 $235.96 $211.69

 

Here are the stocks and the income amounts for July, 2016:

  • Automatic Data Processing: $31.87
  • Coca-Cola Co: $46.55
  • MDU Resources Group Inc.: $11.09
  • Kimberly-Clark: $54.03
  • Illinois Tool Works: $30.66
  • Sysco Corp: $18.24
  • Chubb Corp: $43.42
  • Piedmont Natural Gas Inc: $21.53
  • RPM International Inc.: $15.97

 

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2016-06 Dividend Income Report

Here is the dividend income report for June, 2016.

The monthly dividend income came out to $684.76. The yearly income total for 2016 through the end of the month was $2744.28.

The income for June, 2015 was $612.21, and the yearly income for 2015 through the end of June was $2415.32.

Due to the Brexit, my orders for APD and EMR got filled. APD pays in what David Fish refers in his spreadsheet as the “B” months (February, May, August and November). So that will balance out the “C” months (March, June, September and December) a bit, even though EMR pays out in those months.

I am also looking at LEG and YORW. LEG had a high payout ratio above 100% for a while, but they seem to be coming back to earth a bit. YORW is a water utility. They are based in central Pennsylvania. I looked on Wikipedia, and that area seems to be growing.

The PE ratios are a bit high, but I think I will start buying more stocks again anyway. I have been waiting for PE ratios to come down. I don’t think they will for a while. I have read some articles written by people who spend more time in the markets than I do, and I get the impression there is a negative correlation between interest rates and PE ratios. I think we will have low interest rates for a while. People have been saying for a couple of years that a rate hike will happen any minute now. I think it is a ways off. And thanks to the bozos who brought us the Brexit, it might be longer than anyone thought a month ago. See articles on PE ratios and interest rates here and here.

Here is a table with the year-to-date amounts, the monthly amounts, and the three- and twelve-month moving averages for each June from 2011 through 2016:

Month YTD Amount 3MMA 12MMA
2016-06 $2744.28 $684.76 $464.00 $483.42
2015-06 $2415.32 $612.21 $411.83 $409.95
2014-06 $1933.90 $522.86 $333.10 $320.58
2013-06 $1492.72 $351.48 $257.79 $291.91
2012-06 $1574.81 $305.84 $260.85 $276.29
2011-06 $1351.34 $236.50 $235.38 $203.23

 

Here are the stocks and the income amounts for June, 2016:

  • AFLAC Inc: $44.46
  • American States Water Co: $25.46
  • Black Hills Corp: $15.51
  • Bemis Co Inc: $30.40
  • Vectren Corp: $24.07
  • Johnson & Johnson: $81.88
  • Archer-Daniels-Midland Co: $35.54
  • Chevron: $26.17
  • Emerson Electric Co: $27.02
  • Honeywell International: $59.83
  • Sonoco Products Co: $48.84
  • Walgreen Co: $21.05
  • Exxon Mobil Corp: $87.09
  • 3M Co: $15.27
  • Dover Corp: $9.89
  • Consolidated Edison Inc: $21.32
  • Kellogg Company: $53.02
  • Valspar Corp: $19.65
  • RLI Corp: $25.46
  • Questar Corp: $12.83

 

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2016-05 Dividend Income Report

Here is the dividend income report for May, 2016.

The monthly dividend income came out to $436.85. The yearly income total for 2016 through the end of the month was $2059.52.

The income for May, 2015 was $361.99, and the yearly income for 2015 through the end of May was $1803.11.

There was not too much going on. My order for more Air Products and Chemicals (APD) was not filled, so I did not get a boost in my APD payout in May. Perhaps in August. I also put in an order for more Emerson Electric. It did not get filled in time for the June payout. Perhaps it will be filled before the September payout. Stock prices keep going up.

Given the changes in the oil markets, I have sold my stake in COP. I have kept CVX and XOM. I may sell CVX since they have not increased their dividend in over a year. I think that XOM will be able to sustain their dividend, and probably increase it. They are the only firm that has been able to execute buybacks intelligently (although I am still against them in all cases). I do not know what I will do about the gas and electrical utilities that I own shares in. I think there will be some shakeouts in that sector, but not as dramatic as we are seeing in oil.

I plan on buying more water utilities. I agree with the idea that water is the commodity of the 21st century, just as oil was the commodity of the 20th century. Right now, P/E ratios keep climbing, and show no sign of dropping. At some point, interest rates will rise, and P/E ratios will fall. But I have been waiting for a couple of years for that to happen. I am thinking that I should just buy some water utilities over the next few years. Maybe it’s too early, but as I said, I have been waiting for a more perfect moment for a while. Perhaps I should act now. At least I would be doing it with my eyes open. As Voltaire wrote, do not let the perfect be the enemy of the good.

Here is a table with the year-to-date amounts, the monthly amounts, and the three- and twelve-month moving averages for each May from 2011 through 2016:

Month YTD Amount 3MMA 12MMA
2016-05 $2059.52 $436.85 $479.79 $477.37
2015-05 $1803.11 $361.99 $411.92 $402.51
2014-05 $1411.19 $280.01 $304.77 $306.30
2013-05 $1141.24 $242.65 $260.91 $288.11
2012-05 $1268.97 $258.15 $257.13 $270.51
2011-05 $1114.84 $266.55 $233.03 $194.61

 

Here are the stocks and the income amounts for May, 2016:

  • ABM Industries Inc: $9.42
  • AT&T: $49.14
  • Verizon: $57.72
  • WGL Holdings Inc: $16.81
  • Lowe’s Cos Inc: $15.26
  • Clorox Co: $44.29
  • Air Products & Chemicals Inc: $13.87
  • Northwest Natural Gas Co: $28.36
  • Colgate-Palmolive: $43.38
  • Hormel Foods Corp: $14.07
  • Procter & Gamble: $39.85
  • Texas Instruments: $40.63
  • Eaton Corporation: $64.05

 

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2016-04 Dividend Income Report

Here is the dividend income report for April, 2016.

The monthly dividend income came out to $270.38. The yearly income total for 2016 through the end of the month was $1622.67.

The income for April, 2015 was $612.48, and the yearly income for 2015 through the end of April was $1179.82.

There was not too much going on. The “A” months of January, April, July, October (as David Fish labels them in his Dividend Champions spreadsheet) do not feature too many companies paying dividends.

Piedmont Natural Gas Co. (PNY) is still on the list. They are being acquired by Duke Energy (DUK), which pays out in the “C” months of March, June, September and December. So those months will get a little more top-heavy. But for some reason it always took a few days for the PNY dividend to get processed. I have no idea why this is. Most dividends that I receive show up in my account the day they are paid. They days the companies said I would get them when the dividends are announced in a press release several weeks ahead of time.

But PNY is always late for some reason. I have no idea why. This month I finally got the money the last trading day in April. For some reason it bugs me. I hope DUK is more on the ball.

My order for more Air Products and Chemicals (APD) was not filled, so I will not get a boost in my APD payout in May. Perhaps in August. My quest to get more money in the “A” and “B” months continues.

Here is a table with the year-to-date amounts, the monthly amounts, and the three- and twelve-month moving averages for each April from 2011 through 2016:

Month YTD Amount 3MMA 12MMA
2016-04 $1622.67 $270.38 $461.86 $471.14
2015-04 $1441.12 $261.30 $409.21 $395.68
2014-04 $1130.58 $196.43 $323.64 $303.18
2013-04 $898.59 $179.23 $262.82 $289.40
2012-04 $1010.82 $218.56 $274.05 $271.21
2011-04 $848.29 $203.10 $216.30 $179.46

 

Here are the stocks and the income amounts for April, 2016:

  • Automatic Data Processing: $31.68
  • Coca-Cola Co: $46.20
  • MDU Resources Group Inc.: $10.99
  • Kimberly-Clark: $53.67
  • Illinois Tool Works: $30.50
  • Sysco Corp: $18.12
  • Chubb Corp: $41.93
  • Piedmont Natural Gas Inc: $21.40
  • RPM International Inc.: $15.89

 

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2016-03 Dividend Income Report

Here is the dividend income report for March, 2016.

The monthly dividend income came out to $732.13. The yearly income total for 2016 through the end of the month was $1352.29.

The income for March, 2015 was $612.48, and the yearly income for 2015 through the end of March was $1179.82.

This is the first time that a month has brought in more than $700 without the special RLI dividend. Granted, that is partly because I got money from Eaton, in which March is kind of an aberation: Their other payout months are May, August and November. So their other payout should be February. Sort of like KO pays out in April, July and October, and instead of paying in January pulls the first one back into December. Maybe Warren Buffett likes to throw a big Christmas party.

Anyway, deviations from normal schedules like that can make comparisons difficult, and is partially why I have started looking at moving averages.

I did enter an order for more shares of Air Products and Chemicals (APD). For some reason my broker lowered my target price. But if everyone sells in May, I might get it then. I missed the ex-date, or the record date, or both. Frankly I am not sure which comes first, and I really don’t care. I plan on holding these stocks for the rest of my life. Buying a company three or six months later is not the end of the world.

In other news, I still have CVX and XOM. A lot of oil firms are having issues with the price of oil dropping. I think XOM be able to keep increasing its dividend. CVX might cut it. They have kept it constant. We shall see. It looks like one of the most reliable industries for dividend investors might drop off the radar for a while, if not for good.

Here is a table with the year-to-date amounts, the monthly amounts, and the three- and twelve-month moving averages for each March from 2011 through 2016:

Month YTD Amount 3MMA 12MMA
2016-03 $1352.29 $732.13 $450.76 $470.38
2015-03 $1179.82 $612.48 $393.27 $390.27
2014-03 $934.15 $437.87 $311.38 $301.75
2013-03 $719.36 $360.85 $239.79 $292.68
2012-03 $792.26 $294.68 $264.09 $269.92
2011-03 $645.19 $229.43 $200.06 $163.15

 

Here are the stocks and the income amounts for March, 2016:

  • AFLAC Inc: $44.16
  • American States Water Co: $25.34
  • Black Hills Corp: $15.40
  • Bemis Co Inc: $30.22
  • Vectren Corp: $23.87
  • Archer-Daniels-Midland Co: $35.25
  • Johnson & Johnson: $76.22
  • Chevron: $25.86
  • Emerson Electric Co: $26.77
  • Honeywell International: $59.50
  • Sonoco Products Co: $45.85
  • Exxon Mobil Corp: $84.04
  • Walgreen Co: $20.96
  • 3M Co: $15.17
  • Questar Corp: $12.72
  • Dover Corp: $9.83
  • Consolidated Edison Inc: $21.13
  • Kellogg Company: $52.67
  • RLI Corp: $24.12
  • Valspar Corp: $19.57
  • Eaton Corporation: $63.48

 

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2016-02 Dividend Income Report

Here is the dividend income report for February, 2016.

The monthly dividend income came out to $383.08. The yearly income total for 2016 through the end of the month was $620.16.

The income for February, 2015 was $353.85, and the yearly income for 2015 through the end of February was $567.34.

One reason the income went up is that I bought more shares of Texas Instruments (TXN). I put a limit order in a few months ago for what I thought was a good price. Immediately afterward the stock market as a whole went up. Then it went down and the order was filled.

I am thinking about buying more shares of Air Products and Chemicals (APD). I have a few thousand dollars from the Chubb/ACE merger (now CB). I think it is a good company to invest in. It was one of the first stocks I bought. When I started buying, I spent around $1000 on each company, buying as many shares as I could get for that amount of money. For APD, it was about 14 shares. So now I get just under a tenth of a share every quarter. It is taking a loooong time to accumulate new shares. The money from CB will go quite a ways. I might get closer to half a share of APD a quarter.

3M (MMM) is another stock that I bought very few shares of for $1000, and is accumulating very slowly. However, MMM pays out in March/June/September/December, and I would like to balance things out a bit more.

Here is a table with the year-to-date amounts, the monthly amounts, and the three- and twelve-month moving averages for each February from 2012 through 2016:

Month YTD Amount 3MMA 12MMA
2016-02 $620.16 $383.08 $524.89 $460.41
2015-02 $567.34 $353.85 $492.40 $375.72
2014-02 $496.28 $336.61 $363.62 $295.33
2013-02 $358.51 $248.39 $348.20 $287.16
2012-02 $497.58 $308.90 $337.51 $264.48

 

Here are the stocks and the income amounts for February, 2016:

  • ABM Industries Inc: $9.36
  • AT&T: $48.48
  • Verizon: $57.07
  • WGL Holdings Inc: $15.83
  • Lowe’s Cos Inc: $15.20
  • Vodafone: $16.52
  • Air Products & Chemicals Inc: $12.98
  • Texas Instruments: $40.32
  • Clorox Co: $44.02
  • Northwest Natural Gas Co: $28.11
  • Colgate-Palmolive: $42.03
  • Hormel Foods Corp: $14.02
  • Procter & Gamble: $39.14

 

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2016-01 Dividend Income Report

Here is the dividend income report for January, 2016.

The monthly dividend income came out to $237.08. The yearly income total for 2016 through the end of the month was $237.08. Huuuuuge income. Best January ever. Quality dividends.

The income for January, 2015 was $213.49, and the yearly income for 2015 through the end of January was $213.49.

The income for January/April/July/October might be a bit lower going forward. Chubb Corporation was acquired by ACE Limited, and is trading under the Chubb ticker CB. All of my old CB shares were sold, I got half the money as cash, and the other half was put into the new CB. Last month I said that I might stick with ETFs in my taxable account I Might Move To ETFs In Some Accounts, and I listed some mergers and rumored mergers as reasons. I completely forgot about this one.

Sure Dividend recommended people sell CB. It’s a bit late for that now. The merger happened. According to David Fish’s Dividend Champions spreadsheet from last month, ACE Limited has increased dividends for 23 years, has a yield of 2.29%, a payout ratio of 32.72%, and a P/E ratio of 14.27. The old Chubb Corporation had increased dividends for 33 years, had a yield of 1.72%, a payout ratio of 26.24% and a P/E ratio of 15.26. Going by that, ACE Limited had better metrics. I am sure some might get worse for a bit as they absorb the old Chubb, but all in all it looks like it might not be a bad deal.

On the other hand, the CEO of ACE/the new Chubb is Evan Greenberg. He is the son of former AIG CEO Hank Greenberg. So perhaps some caution is warranted.

I am thinking about taking the cash from ACE/Chubb and buying more APD or MMM, and getting more than less than a tenth of a share every quarter.

Here is a table with the year-to-date amounts, the monthly amounts, and the three- and twelve-month moving averages for each January from 2012 through 2016:

Month YTD Amount 3MMA 12MMA
2016-01 $237.08 $237.08 $550.81 $457.97
2015-01 $213.49 $213.49 $471.54 $374.28
2014-01 $159.67 $159.67 $335.67 $287.98
2013-01 $110.12 $110.12 $348.07 $292.20
2012-01 $188.68 $188.68 $316.66 $256.77

 

Here are the stocks and the income amounts for January, 2016:

  • Automatic Data Processing: $31.49
  • MDU Resources Group Inc.: $10.88
  • Chubb Corp: $59.01
  • Kimberly-Clark: $50.99
  • Illinois Tool Works: $30.31
  • Sysco Corp: $17.98
  • Piedmont Natural Gas Inc: $20.64
  • RPM International Inc.: $15.78

 

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2015-12 Dividend Income Report

Here is the dividend income report for December, 2015.

The monthly dividend income came out to $954.52. The yearly income total for 2015 through the end of the month was $5472.07. Right now I am a few months ahead of where I was in 2014.

The income for December, 2014 was $909.86, and the yearly income for 2014 through the end of December was $4438.02.

December income is always higher that the other months because RLI pays a special dividend every December, in addition to their regular dividend. The regular RLI dividend this year was $0.19/share, while the special dividend was $2.00/share.

I started using GnuCash to track my money in 2003, back when I was working for a TBTF bank. I saved some of my money in the 401K, and put most of it into index funds. My best year for dividend income was 2007, when I got $6575.54. In 2008, I got $5420.86. So I have finally beat what was my second best year. I do have to admit that I thought dividend growth investing would give better results than I have gotten. I guess compound growth just takes a while to take off.

The income was up this year for a few reasons. One is that many of these companies have increased their dividends. Another is that I bought more shares in companies that I already have shares in: JNJ, ADM and ETN. I also bought HON, but after their December payout. I also started a taxable account and bought shares in CTWS and SJW. I had planned on buying individual stocks in that account, but I have changed my mind and instead I will buy ETFs in that account. A few of the companies I did have in that accound were companies that were in my IRA. For KO and VZ, I got dividends from both the IRA and the taxable accounts.

I did sell COP due to what is going on in the oil industry. I sometimes wonder if I should have sold CVX instead. COP has raised its dividend but lost money, while CVX has broken its 28 year streak but still made a profit.

I have not decided if I should keep shares in a company that holds its dividend steady. Just about all dividend growth investors agree that a company should be sold if it cuts its dividend. There is still no real consensus about what to do with a company that holds it steady for a few years. I sold INTC when it stopped raising its dividend. Now that it is rasing the dividend again, I might get back in, even though INTC has not gotten back to a 5-year streak.

There is a saying on Wall Street: Bulls make money, bears make money, pigs and sheep get slaughtered. I guess this means you have to follow the advice of George Foreman: Plan your work, and work your plan. I have to admit I am still working out what my rules are. Is my minimum time for dividend raises 5 years? 10 years? Do I keep a company if its PE gets too high? If so, how high?

The PE one might be kind of tricky. Based on comments from people like Warren Buffett and Bill Gross, I think that higher PEs in a time of low interest rates is not necessarily a bad sign.

Here is a table with the year-to-date amounts, the monthly amounts, and the three- and twelve-month moving averages for each December from 2011 through 2015:

Month YTD Amount 3MMA 12MMA
2015-12 $5472.07 $954.52 $575.86 $456.01
2014-12 $4438.02 $909.86 $481.67 $369.80
2013-12 $3406.20 $594.59 $344.05 $283.85
2012-12 $3585.01 $686.10 $386.41 $298.75
2011-12 $3091.99 $514.94 $323.40 $253.92

 

Here are the stocks and the income amounts for December, 2015:

  • AFLAC Inc: $43.88
  • American States Water Co: $25.20
  • Black Hills Corp: $14.71
  • Bemis Co Inc: $29.00
  • SJW Corp.: $31.20
  • Vectren Corp: $23.64
  • Johnson & Johnson: $75.66
  • Archer-Daniels-Midland Co: $32.65
  • Chevron: $25.54
  • Emerson Electric Co: $26.51
  • Sonoco Products Co: $45.50
  • Exxon Mobil Corp: $83.24
  • Walgreen Co: $20.87
  • 3M Co: $13.92
  • Questar Corp: $12.01
  • Connecticut Water Service Inc.: $37.74
  • Dover Corp: $9.76
  • Consolidated Edison Inc: $20.29
  • Kellogg Company: $52.30
  • Coca-Cola Co: $43.26
  • Valspar Corp: $19.49
  • RLI Corp: $23.26
  • RLI Corp: $244.89

 

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2015-11 Dividend Income Report

Here is the dividend income report for November, 2015.

The monthly dividend income came out to $460.83. The yearly income total for 2015 through the end of the month was $4517.55. Right now I am a few months ahead of where I was in 2014.

The income for November, 2014 was $291.27, and the yearly income for 2014 through the end of November was $3528.16.

I got income from VZ twice. I sold it in my IRA after the dividend was paid, and bought shares for my taxable account. I have sold a few more of the stocks in my IRA that I replaced in my taxable account. I also got more income because I bought more shares in Eaton.

It is possible while I am reallocating money that my moving averages might go down.

Here is a table with the year-to-date amounts, the monthly amounts, and the three- and twelve-month moving averages for each November from 2011 through 2015:

Month YTD Amount 3MMA 12MMA
2015-11 $4517.55 $460.83 $477.55 $452.28
2014-11 $3528.16 $291.27 $357.30 $343.53
2013-11 $2811.61 $252.75 $277.74 $291.48
2012-11 $2898.91 $247.99 $262.78 $284.49
2011-11 $2577.05 $246.37 $232.84 $240.81

 

Here are the stocks and the income amounts for November, 2015:

  • ABM Industries Inc: $9.03
  • AT&T: $47.00
  • Verizon: $56.50
  • Verizon: $58.47
  • WGL Holdings Inc: $15.71
  • Lowe’s Cos Inc: $15.14
  • Air Products & Chemicals Inc: $12.91
  • Clorox Co: $43.75
  • Northwest Natural Gas Co: $27.83
  • Colgate-Palmolive: $41.79
  • Hormel Foods Corp: $12.04
  • Procter & Gamble: $38.81
  • Texas Instruments: $21.18
  • Eaton Corporation: $60.67

 

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