This week I was surprised to see a large number of sells. For the DGI community it is rare indeed, but sometimes it is the prudent thing to do. If a stock has cut its dividend or if the stock has had a nice capital gain and the future looks bleak, etc... each Dividend investor needs to make that decision for himself/herself. The numbers did improve overall from last week though as 11 more total transactions were posted that I found. Some new names on the most bought list like BUD and NSRGY!
This weeks totals:
|This Week||Change From Last Week|
|Total Stock Transactions||34||11|
|Unique Stocks Bought/Sold||30||11|
|Different Bloggers posting||17||2|
|Increase in Dividends||$719||-85|
|Yield on Purchases||4.7%||0.66%|
I have charted the weekly S&P % Return vs Amount of Money invested in the market for that week.
Top Purchased Stocks this week
This chart is a bit deceiving as BNS was actually only bought 2 times and sold once. I need to fix my algorithm now that I include sells.
- BUD, BNS, NSRGY - 2 Buys Each
BUD Fast Graph
Here is the summary of stocks, amount invested, and which blogger posted the buy/sell with a link to the post:
|Week of February 29|
|Sector||Ticker||Yield||Amount||Blogger w/Link to Buy Post||Buy/Sell|
|3||AAPL||2.04%||1200||The Dividend Guy||Buy|
|7||GSK||6.82%||5835||Simple Dividend Growth||Buy|
|4||RY||4.34%||The Dividend Guy||Buy|
For the Sector information, I use FinViz.com when possible as it is easy to find a consistent sector list. Here are the Sector codes I use in the chart (# is the number of each stock purchased in that sector):
|Sum of yearly Dividends||718.60|
I cross reference my list with A Frugal Family's Journey's list as well, but I do not guarantee the accuracy. If you see any mistakes, please comment or send me an email.
Disclaimer: I am not a licensed investment professional. I am not liable for any losses suffered by any parties. Any information on this site is my opinion only and should not be used for investments of any kind.