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Your Top 10 Largest Holdings as of 2018
#11
Here is my top 10 at the start of the year

Realty Income Corp
Omega Healthcare Investors Inc
Altria Group Inc
AT&T Inc.
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Old Republic International Corporation
Hormel Foods Corp
The Coca-Cola Co
Flowers Foods, Inc.
Gladstone Land Corp
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#12
The list would be quite different if I checked the top 10 initial investments, so I'm actually very surprised about the list:

VF Corp (VFC)
Caterpillar (CAT)
IBM (IBM)
Boeing (BA)
Target (TGT)
CVS (CVS)
AT&T (T)
Dover (DOV)
T Rowe Price (TROW)
Nu Skin (NUS)
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#13
Dominion Energy
3M
Public Storage
Apple
Kimberly-Clark
Amgen
Realty Income
Welltower
Digital Realty
NextEra Energy Partners
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#14
Here are my current top twenty, along with the percentage each is of my DG portfolio.

   
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#15
My top ten as of 1/1/18:

1. T. Rowe Price Group Inc (TROW)
2. Wells Fargo & Co (WFC)
3. Travelers Companies Inc (TRV)
4. Old Republic International Corporation (ORI)
5. U.S. Bancorp (USB)
6. Unilever plc (ADR) (UL)
7. Westwood Holdings Group, Inc. (WHG)
8. AFLAC Incorporated (AFL)
9 Philip Morris International Inc. (PM)
10. Realty Income Corp (O)

These ten add up to 46% of my stock portfolio.

Markel Corporation (MKL) missed being in my top ten by 0.005%.
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#16
MSFT
JNJ
XOM
KO
CLX
O
MO
QCOM
AAPL
CVX

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#17
Data!

16 people have provided lists so far. (I'll update this if more people respond.) There are 96 companies represented on the 16 different top-ten lists. Only 32 companies appeared on more than one list, as shown in this chart:

   

And here are the companies that each only appear on one of the 16 lists (some excellent companies in there!):

AFL
AGNC
AMAT
APD
BPF
CAT
CIM
CLX
CM.to
COP
COST
CU
CVS
DOV
DPS
EMR
ENF
FLO
GILD
HCN
HD
HRS
INTC
JP
KMB
KR
LAND
MAIN
MDT
MGA
MKL
MMM
NEP
NSC
NUS
NVDA
NVU-UN.to
NWH
OHI
OXY
PAYX
PEP
PG
PPL
PSA
PSX
RTN
SBSI
SBUX
TD
THO
TRV
TXN
UBNT
UL
UNH
UNIT
USB
VZ
WBA
WHG
WM
WMT
WTR
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#18
Excellent Kerim, thanks for putting that info together. That top 32 would be a real nice portfolio!
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#19
I'll take you up on your offer, Kerim. Here's two more in alphabetical order. Interested in how they stack up with people on this forum. Some weren't intentional; they just zoomed up on earnings or news.

My portfolio top ten as of 12/31/2017:
Abbvie (ABBV)
Chevron (CVX)
Deere (DE)
Harris (HRS)
Intel (INTC)
McDonalds (MCD)
Microsoft (MSFT)
Pepsico (PEP)
Raytheon (RTN)
Ross Stores (ROST)

My wife's portfolio top ten as of 12/31/2017:
AFLAC (AFL)
Amgen (AMGN)
Emerson Electric (EMR)
Hasbro (HAS)
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)
McDonalds (MCD)
Microsoft (MSFT)
Norfolk Southern (NSC)
Qualcomm (QCOM)
United Technologies (UTX)
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#20
Thanks for everyone sharing their top 10!!

Kerim, and thank you for doing some charts/data!! Eric is right, the top 32 would make a nice long term portfolio in itself for anyone interested in DGI.

Over all a solid group of stocks on and off the top 32.

For research and possible investing I would have no problem looking at the top 32 and putting my dollars in the companies that are undervalued to fairly valued throughout the years. Top notch choices!!
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