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What I Am Buying Today.
#31
(09-09-2021, 12:00 PM)ken-do-nim Wrote:
(09-09-2021, 11:55 AM)divmenow Wrote: Same here on pharm and healthcare

I added to ABBV, JNJ, FDX, CI, AMGN and FDX

Don't even ask how many ABBV shares I own. Way too much Wink

I'm adding to the names that are down while others chase the high flyers lol

Look!  I quoted and only one post came with it! Smile

Yeah, if I remember correctly ABBV is your top holding.  I think you may have more value in that one holding than I have in my whole taxable account.  I bet your 2/5/8/11 month dividend payments are way above your other months (nothing wrong with that of course!)
If it's not we're too Po to even talk to him lol.  And yeah I am pretty thrilled I don't have to edit every single post.    I know everybody thought my internet license needed revoked but it was just automatic for months.
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#32
(09-09-2021, 12:00 PM)ken-do-nim Wrote:
(09-09-2021, 11:55 AM)divmenow Wrote: Same here on pharm and healthcare

I added to ABBV, JNJ, FDX, CI, AMGN and FDX

Don't even ask how many ABBV shares I own. Way too much Wink

I'm adding to the names that are down while others chase the high flyers lol

Look!  I quoted and only one post came with it! Smile

Yeah, if I remember correctly ABBV is your top holding.  I think you may have more value in that one holding than I have in my whole taxable account.  I bet your 2/5/8/11 month dividend payments are way above your other months (nothing wrong with that of course!)

ABBV is indeed my top holding by far lol   Big Grin  Hey when you like something you buy it. The only problem is I cant stop buying it when it dips in that $106-$108 range lol.

My top 10 are ABBV, MSFT, AMP, LHX, MDT, UNH, O, AON, JNJ and LIN - CTAS, DUK, APPL and PSA just outside it.
 
Not your everyday traditional top 10 holdings but ones that work for me year in and year out. I have owned some of these for 10+ years
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#33
not my largest holding but I'm fighting the urge to buy more ABBV while its here in the $107 range. Every time i try to save a little cash in the account i go and spend it.
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#34
Divmenow

When you have a minute give VSTO news a look please. I don't know anything about golf but I am pleased they are using windfall bullet profits to further diversify. $500M is still a big deal to VSTO so no ATT or MO bone headed acquisitions allowed lol.
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#35
added 3 shares each of LMT and CI
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#36
New positions in KR and COF

Added CI got filled at $29.50 on VICI
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#37
(09-09-2021, 12:35 PM)divmenow Wrote:
(09-09-2021, 12:00 PM)ken-do-nim Wrote:
(09-09-2021, 11:55 AM)divmenow Wrote: Same here on pharm and healthcare

I added to ABBV, JNJ, FDX, CI, AMGN and FDX

Don't even ask how many ABBV shares I own. Way too much Wink

I'm adding to the names that are down while others chase the high flyers lol

Look!  I quoted and only one post came with it! Smile

Yeah, if I remember correctly ABBV is your top holding.  I think you may have more value in that one holding than I have in my whole taxable account.  I bet your 2/5/8/11 month dividend payments are way above your other months (nothing wrong with that of course!)

ABBV is indeed my top holding by far lol   Big Grin  Hey when you like something you buy it. The only problem is I cant stop buying it when it dips in that $106-$108 range lol.

My top 10 are ABBV, MSFT, AMP, LHX, MDT, UNH, O, AON, JNJ and LIN - CTAS, DUK, APPL and PSA just outside it.
 
Not your everyday traditional top 10 holdings but ones that work for me year in and year out. I have owned some of these for 10+ years

Now I'm just curious, it's time for the 10 year challenge!  $10,000 invested in each ten years ago:

ABBV (01/02/2013) - $46,377.68
MSFT - $141,397.28
AMP - $76,178.04
LHX - not on the site
MDT - $47,472.57
UNH - $104,233.84
O - not on the site
AON - $69,576.50
JNJ - $35,447.94
LIN (11/01/2017) - $22,452.14
CTAS - $140,448.02
DUK - $28,383.87
AAPL (APPL doesn't exist) - $169,997.97
PSA - $37,509.26

So your top 10 performers over the last decade are Apple, Cintas, and Microsoft.  Wow, I'd never even thought of buying Cintas before.
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#38
(09-10-2021, 08:59 AM)divmenow Wrote: New positions in KR and COF

Added CI got filled at $29.50 on VICI

Nice timing on COF.  Also LLY took a recent tumble and seems to have bottomed out now if you want to check it out.
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#39
Portfolio is bleeding for the fourth time in a row. :|
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#40
(09-10-2021, 09:00 AM)ken-do-nim Wrote:
(09-09-2021, 12:35 PM)divmenow Wrote:
(09-09-2021, 12:00 PM)ken-do-nim Wrote:
(09-09-2021, 11:55 AM)divmenow Wrote: Same here on pharm and healthcare

I added to ABBV, JNJ, FDX, CI, AMGN and FDX

Don't even ask how many ABBV shares I own. Way too much Wink

I'm adding to the names that are down while others chase the high flyers lol

Look!  I quoted and only one post came with it! Smile

Yeah, if I remember correctly ABBV is your top holding.  I think you may have more value in that one holding than I have in my whole taxable account.  I bet your 2/5/8/11 month dividend payments are way above your other months (nothing wrong with that of course!)

ABBV is indeed my top holding by far lol   Big Grin  Hey when you like something you buy it. The only problem is I cant stop buying it when it dips in that $106-$108 range lol.

My top 10 are ABBV, MSFT, AMP, LHX, MDT, UNH, O, AON, JNJ and LIN - CTAS, DUK, APPL and PSA just outside it.
 
Not your everyday traditional top 10 holdings but ones that work for me year in and year out. I have owned some of these for 10+ years

Now I'm just curious, it's time for the 10 year challenge!  $10,000 invested in each ten years ago:

ABBV (01/02/2013) - $46,377.68
MSFT - $141,397.28
AMP - $76,178.04
LHX - not on the site
MDT - $47,472.57
UNH - $104,233.84
O - not on the site
AON - $69,576.50
JNJ - $35,447.94
LIN (11/01/2017) - $22,452.14
CTAS - $140,448.02
DUK - $28,383.87
AAPL (APPL doesn't exist) - $169,997.97
PSA - $37,509.26

So your top 10 performers over the last decade are Apple, Cintas, and Microsoft.  Wow, I'd never even thought of buying Cintas before.

Your leaving out all the dividends as well which are not included in your calculations. 

And how can you not own CTAS. Just pull up a chart lol. And just about every company uses there products.  

This is why you own stocks and not 3x ETF's  Big Grin

CTAS have owned since 1996. I have had 4 stock splits since then. My average cost is around $14 now. Back then the dividend was like 4 cents. Now its's $95
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