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Portfolio
#1
Here's my portfolio, no amounts or percentages and nothing fancy. Yes, it does seem a little heavy in the Oil and Gas Sector but in the grand scope of things adding my Kplan, I'm not overly exposed to that sector.





Roth-IRA

VGHCX Vanguard Healthcare Fund
VWELX Vanguard Wellington Fund

AFL
AAPL
BAX
BRK.b
BBL
BLK
BDN
CSG
CRUS
COP
DEO
EV
XOM
GE
HAL
HCP
HP
INVN
JNJ
KMI
NOV
TROW
RDS.b
UL
WPC
WMB


Brokerage Account

EMR
GOOG
MKL
OAK
SWIR


Fidelity 401 K-plan

Various allocated funds
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#2
Quite a few stocks in there that I own, but seems awfully light on consumer goods, utilities, and technology.
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#3
Yea, that bothers me, being light in consumer/defensive staples. By the time I got into individual stocks they were overpriced. I have an X amount set aside for a better entry point. WMT could be my next purchase. Luckily, the KPLAN is where most of the money is in, and that's diversified throughout the different sectors, I just don't have the option to do exactly what I want--the KPLAN is what it is, choices limited.
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#4
I'll have to find a better way to post my portfolio when I do an update rather then just typing in the tickers, something more organized. I did do a spreadsheet but not sure I feel comfortable posting $ amounts. Maybe I'll do a separate spreadsheet with tkrs/yields/divi's ect minus $ amounts of total portfolio.

Anyways, my very basic update for divi's(ROTH)+divi's/capital gains(Kplan) this calendar year I'm at

2608(ROTH)+3045(Kplan)=5653


Since my Kplan has all mutual funds that "x" amount is a mixture of divi's and capital gains distributed by the funds. It will be interesting to see how the much smaller ROTH does against the more then double the size Kplan in passive income distributed.
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#5
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1...edit#gid=0


Ignore the colors, it's for my own benefit. This is just something I am doing to keep track of my monthly/yearly dividends and capital gains moving forward. I slowly started moving towards DGI in 2014--I'm interested in comparing 2015 to 2016.

If I knew how to do a snapshot I would have just done thatHuh
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#6
(11-22-2015, 10:33 AM)rayray Wrote: If I knew how to do a snapshot I would have just done thatHuh

Bro, look here. Undecided
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Okay, maybe this will work....if it does thank you DM!
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#8
Alright, it's been a while since my portfolio update. In 2016 I performed an "in-service" Kplan rollover to a Traditional IRA. That's a penalty free rollover while maintaining employment with current employer. Not all employers allow this option. I wanted some investment freedom with lower fees. In 2016, I also moved all my accounts to Fidelity the same brokerage that our company uses for the Kplan, it's easier and convenient having almost everything under one roof. The other brokerage I used was Vanguard, it's a great company but Fidelity has better research tools available and it's a better brokerage when investing in individual stocks with low trading fees. I'm no longer with Vanguard but would consider them in the future if I want to be in one of their funds, at this time I'm not considering that type of investment outside of Kplan dollars. I'll do a quick rundown from 2014 (the year I started DGI) to 2017. Calendar year 2016 was a lower year due to a larger position kept in cash because of the in-service transfer and taking a while to deploy the dollars. Up until 2016 I only had a ROTH, now I have a ROTH, Traditional IRA along with a small brokerage account, so starting in 2016 I just headed ROTH to Other because that total includes all three accounts: ROTH, IRA and brokerage account. The snowball is growing!

(Edit: I shouldn't have said I only had a ROTH until 2016. In 2016 I added a Traditional IRA (due to my in-service rollover) to my other accounts that consisted of a regular brokerage account, ROTH and Kplan)

2014

ROTH    5742
Kplan  14334

Total   20075

MoAv  1673


2015

ROTH    5588
Kplan  11893


Total   17480

MoAv    1457


2016

Other   5690
Kplan   6561

Total  12252

MoAv   1021


2017

Other    9110
Kplan  22365

Total   31475

MoAv    2623
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