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DGI For The DIY
(04-13-2021, 09:48 AM)fenders53 Wrote: [quote pid='25240' dateline='1618323714']
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On a side note I tell my daughter I am leaving her a sizeable portfolio.  What year she can legally access it depend a lot on how she manages her personal finances.  I will make good on that threat.  I tell her the "Cat Foundation" is always looking for donations if she doesn't heed my warnings lol.  Now I need to find an actual Cat charity and will them $1K so I don't wreck a good 20 year joke.  She isn't all that fond of cats lol.
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Stardust Kitten Club is a cat charity that you can give to so you don't have to wreck the good joke.
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My daughter is 15 and I can't get her to care to learn about finances yet either.
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(04-13-2021, 02:50 PM)ChadR Wrote:
(04-13-2021, 09:48 AM)fenders53 Wrote: [quote pid='25240' dateline='1618323714']
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On a side note I tell my daughter I am leaving her a sizeable portfolio.  What year she can legally access it depend a lot on how she manages her personal finances.  I will make good on that threat.  I tell her the "Cat Foundation" is always looking for donations if she doesn't heed my warnings lol.  Now I need to find an actual Cat charity and will them $1K so I don't wreck a good 20 year joke.  She isn't all that fond of cats lol.
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Stardust Kitten Club is a cat charity that you can give to so you don't have to wreck the good joke.
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I should get her on their emal list add so she knows I ain't playing lol.
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Man am I glad I switched off automatic dividend reinvestment and stopped trimming winners. I was very close several times to trimming Lowe's, but resisted the urge.

Hit yet another all-time high today and is now the largest position in my portfolio at $4,165.

My first directed reinvestment into HD at $268.50 on on March 11 has worked great as well. A 20% gain in a little over a month!
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I generally reward winners with follow-up investments, and trim/eliminate losers or slower-gainers.

Oh gosh Home Depot, Lowe's, and the leveraged fund that triples them NAIL have been godsends!
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I thought 300 was the 2021 top for HD and I have a pretty good idea how things are going.
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(04-13-2021, 02:50 PM)ChadR Wrote:
(04-13-2021, 09:48 AM)fenders53 Wrote: [quote pid='25240' dateline='1618323714']
[quote pid='25236' dateline='1618322710']
 

On a side note I tell my daughter I am leaving her a sizeable portfolio.  What year she can legally access it depend a lot on how she manages her personal finances.  I will make good on that threat.  I tell her the "Cat Foundation" is always looking for donations if she doesn't heed my warnings lol.  Now I need to find an actual Cat charity and will them $1K so I don't wreck a good 20 year joke.  She isn't all that fond of cats lol.
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Stardust Kitten Club is a cat charity that you can give to so you don't have to wreck the good joke.
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And two days later it occurs to me this might be a Vegas Strip Joint so I had to look it up.  Smile

Sorry for not trusting you Chad lol.

Daughter just sent my her 401K cash out check from her last job. Small fatherhood victories! I am going to start her first IRA tonight. Schwab I think because they do partial shares in S&P500 companies. Sorry for hijacking your thread Eric.
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