2018 buy # 7 SBUX #8 O and #9 SBUX

Yes that is correct 3 buys all in one day. 3 buys 2 companies. They were smaller buys but buys non the less and i will take both or all of them.

First buy was monday July 2nd when i logged into Merrill Edge account and seen i had money from the rest of my transfer.

downloadStarbucks is the world’s leading coffee retailer, with more than 21,000 global locations (with total units split roughly half company-owned and half licensed). The company purchases and roasts high-quality whole bean coffees and sells them, along with fresh, rich-brewed coffees, Italian-style espressos, teas, cold blended beverages, and complementary foods. Starbucks has recently expanded beyond its core retail business into consumer products leveraging the strength of its brand equity.

Once the cash was semi available i bought Sbux, and i bought 11 shares at $48.89 totaling $537.74.  I turned around a few minutes later and seen that it had dropped again so i bought 2 more shares at $48.85 for a total of $97.70 for a total of $635.44. This adds $18.72 dollars a year to my dividends.

realty-income-logo1The second buy was O yes the monthly income company and i increased my month;y income by adding 6 shares to my total. 6 shares at 6 @ $52.98 for a total of $317.93. O just recently announced an increase so this will add $15.84 a year to my dividends

Not a lot of money but bought SBUX for the first time and added to O always want to keep adding to my good stocks.

Do you own these? Have you bought these?

Disclaimer: Long all stocks mentioned

 

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Author: dividendsandhobbies

A Christian first and foremost. I love to invest fish grow a garden etc.

4 thoughts on “2018 buy # 7 SBUX #8 O and #9 SBUX”

  1. Like the SBUX buy. Seems like everyone is jumping aboard that train after its recent dip. It’s my top pick for July though I haven’t pulled the trigger on anything yet this month.

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  2. I own both SBUX and O and I’m fully supportive. I actually went to SBUX today, which I do virtually every day, so I’m a bit biased. And Realty Income markets itself as the monthly dividend company. What’s not to like? I think both were solid buys.

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