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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 23, 2013

Do you have your cash ready for market pullback?

Do you have your cash ready for market pullback?

In my previous article I advocated for keeping cash in my account for potential purchases when opportunities show up. The principle I was looking at is save cash in the account during market upward run, minimize buying, only when a stock you are interested in shows you an excellent buying opportunity such as a dip 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 15, 2013

Replacing FULL with NGLS

I do not have much to say, I just am not comfortable anymore holding Full Circle Capital (FULL). Although I liked monthly payment I didn’t like recent price action of the company, rumors of dividend cut, writing (issuing a new public offering) of new shares and thus diluting existing shareholders’ stake. So I did little Continue reading →