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Posted by Martin March 11, 2013

Stocks which sparked my attention for addition #2

Stocks which sparked my attention for addition #2

The list of stocks which sparked my attention for addition narrowed from a week ago down to two stocks. All other stocks reversed and continued marching higher or just stayed flat. They may however continue falling later as the market turns into correction. That is however something we do not know at this point. So Continue reading →

Posted by Martin March 06, 2013

Stocks which sparked my attention for addition today

Stocks which sparked my attention for addition today

I typically add new stocks into my portfolio, when the overall portfolio value reaches a certain threshold (see here). Before that happens I accumulate the holdings I now hold based on their price action. At today’s high levels I am mostly waiting gor prices to drop. When the stock reverses for either a small or Continue reading →

Posted by Martin March 04, 2013

Trade adjustment – Lorillard, Inc. (LO) addition

Trade adjustment - Lorillard, Inc.  (LO) addition

Today I added 25 shares of Lorillard to my portfolio. The trade trigger was triggered and the order was executed. It seems that the selling hysteria of this stock over a potential menthol ban calmed down. Of course, it still may happen, but it may not as this issue was on the table a year Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 22, 2013

Is Lorillard offerring another buy opportunity?

Is Lorillard offerring another buy opportunity?

I think Lorillard is offering another buy opportunity. On Friday session the stock dropped by 4% and hit 200 day MA. That is the kind of a retreat I usually look in stocks of my interest to add more shares. I am not buying yet, since the stock may continue sliding down, but I entered Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 04, 2013

A correction? Finally!

A correction? Finally!

Today, we probably have experienced a long anticipated correction to this extended market. It was a very impressive run, but in my opinion the stocks got expensive. Almost all indicators were in heavy overbought territory and a break was imminent. The question was, when. Was Monday the beginning of a correction? If so, I would Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 28, 2013

New trade – Targa Resources Partners LP (NGLS)

Today I realized a new purchase and added Targa Resources Partners LP into my portfolio. 01/28/2013 09:33:55 Bought 25 NGLS @ 39.56 Total shares held as of today: 25 Estimated annual dividend: $68.00 Consecutive Dividend Increase: 5 years Dividend yield today: 6.93% Dividend 3yr Growth: 7.00%* Dividend paid since: 2007 * I wasn’t able to Continue reading →

Wating for the stock can improve profits – attempting to buy NGLS

Wating for the stock can improve profits - attempting to buy NGLS

On many occasions I have read and heard dividend investors saying that it doesn’t matter much when you buy your dividend paying stock and if you invest regularly, in long term the prices will smooth into average anyway. However I like to wait for the stock I am interested in to pull back and buy Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 16, 2013

The power of dividends

Today I sold my stake in Full Circle Capital (FULL) because I didn’t like the outlook of this company and I think, there is a potential for a dividend cut. In short, the FULL portfolio seems not supporting today’s dividend rate and the company pays more in dividends than it brings in. So I sold Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 10, 2013

New trade – AT&T (T)

As I wrote in my previous post I am replacing ABT with AT&T due to overall drop in dividend payout receiving from ABT. 01/10/2013 09:31:41 Bought 32 T @ 34.41 Total shares held as of today: 32 Estimated annual dividend: $57.6 Consecutive Dividend Increase: 8 years Dividend yield today: 5.26% Dividend 5yr Growth: 5.09% Dividend Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 03, 2013

Dividend achievements

So the year 2012 is over. The King is dead, long live the King! A new year is here and I am quite optimistic amid all the tax hike issues and Obama screwing this beautiful and blessed country. My 2012 year investing plan was either non existent or chaotic. I was finally able to spell Continue reading →