Purchases: DIS, SBUX, TXN, PG, PEP, WBA and LEG

I have been adding quite a few more shares across my portfolio since my last purchases!

I added more of these stocks which are currently priced closed to their 52 weeks low (SBUX, PEP, PG) but also on other stocks which I had purchased several years ago, and where the income contribution overall was low in relation to other stocks income in my holdings. Thes stocks are DIS, SBUX, WBA and LEG. Special thanks to Bert for actually posting his own purchase of LEG stock, and making me realize how the stock was a good purchase move at the moment. I already owned a few shares of the stock, but I am happy to have added more!

Here are my new additions:

 05/24/18   Bought   8 of DIS @ $102.80 -826.35
 05/24/18   Bought   10 of SBUX @ $57.44 -578.35
 05/24/18   Bought   2 of TXN @ $110.99 -225.93

 

 05/25/18   Bought   6 of PG @ $73.88  -447.23
 05/25/18   Bought   5 of PEP @ $100.18 -504.85

 

 05/30/18   Bought   20 of WBA @ $63.00 -1,263.95

 

06/06/18   Bought   42 of LEG @ $42.36 -1,783.07

My dividend portfolio is updated with above new holdings.

Purchases: PEP, TU and CAH

Added more on 3 different stocks on Friday 05/18. Mainly was trying to grab a few shares of these stocks in my portfolio which are close to the 52 weeks low.

On 05/18:

  • Buy 4 shares of PEP for $98.00. After buying Pepsi recently earlier this month, I keep on building towards a full position.
  • Buy 10 shares of TU for $35.60. I am a bit underweight in telecom assets, so adding on Telus. Also adds on Canadian telco exposure.
  • Buy 10 shares of CAH for $54.48 / shares. Cardinal Health’s price keeps getting lower. I like the safety of the stock with a payout ratio around 35%. Growth had been ok in previous years, I hope it keeps up like this – even if I fear growth may slow down.

My dividend portfolio is updated with above new holdings.

Purchases: PEP, BIP and a Sell: OHI

Since my last purchases in my brokerage account, I made a few transactions.

On 05/03:

  • Sold 70 shares of OHI for $26.54 / share. That was my entire position in Omega Healthcare Investors in this account (holding a bit in my Roth). I was starting to feel uncomfortable with the position and was fearing a potential dividend cut at some point. Better play safer – I sold all, got a few hundred loss… and moved on

On 05/07:

  • Buy 25 shares of PEP for $98.42 / share. This is a new position in the portfolio. Mostly used the money from OHI sale and some. I like the yield close to 3.7%, an ok growth and the dividend safety. A lot of dividend growth investors bought it as well since the stock price is back to spring 2016 levels (see Lanny and Bert, Young Dividend or desidividend for example).

On 05/16:

  • Buy 20 shares of BIP for $38.05 / share. Brookfield Infrastructure Partners is a MLP. This is a new position in the portfolio. I like how it holds assets from utilities, toll roads and cell towers across different regions of the world. Adds diversification.

These 1 sell / 2 purchases were done in my taxable account and were transaction free (I recently moved broker and got 60 days free transactions).

My dividend portfolio is updated with above new holdings.

Purchase: GIS, BEP, BIP, PG, TXN and JNJ

Wow quite a week that was! We saw a lot of dividend stocks price coming down to interesting territories… as a result I made a few transactions:

On 04/19:

  • Buy 7 shares of GIS for $44.66 / share.
  • Buy 8 shares of BEP for $31.07 / share.

On 04/24:

  • Buy 5 shares of BIP for $41.06 / share.
  • Buy 3 shares of PG for $73.00 / share.

On 04/25:

  • Buy 5 shares of BIP for $40.75 / share.
  • Buy 4 shares of PG for $72.59 / share.

On 04/27:

  • Buy 3 shares of TXN for $102.98 / share.
  • Buy 3 shares of JNJ for $127.73 / share.

These purchases were done in my taxable account and were transaction free (I recently moved broker and got 60 days free transactions).

My dividend portfolio is updated with above new holdings.


In addition, I also invested some cash which was waiting for opportunity in my SEP IRA:

  • Buy 20 shares of KMB for $97.68 / share.
  • Buy 10 shares of MMM for $205.55 / share.

I do not have this portfolio online yet – it will be soon.