On Tuesday Aug 8 I made another buy. It was KDP and it was my second buy of KDP. this becomes my 13th buy this year.
KDP is a leading producer of 1) specialty coffee and single-serve brewing systems available in more than 20mn homes and offices in North America. Keurig has partnerships with many global coffee, tea and cocoa brands. 2) Dr Pepper is the 3rd largest carbonated beverage producer in the US with strength in flavored (non-cola) carbonated beverages. It also has a diverse portfolio of non-carb beverages.
This buy was for 11 shares at $23.80 a share this came at a cost of $261.80. because I am a Platinum rewards member with BAC/Merrill Edge this was a free trade. At .60 Cents a share this will add $6.60 dollars a year to my dividends.
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ON 07/18/2018 I decided to buy KDP. this was my first time buying and shortly after the merger. Keurig Dr Pepper, Inc. manufactures and markets non-alcoholic beverages. The company is headquartered in the Burlington, Massachusetts. I bought 30 shares for $24.01. the total cost was $720.23. from what i here they will start off paying .60 cents a share so this will add $18.00 dollars a year to my forward income. This transaction was commission free. This buy gives me 32 wonderful dividend paying companies. This becomes my 6th buy this month. Remember every dollar counts.
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Disclaimer: Long KDP
Made 2 small buys on July 12 2018. next best thing to receiving dividends is buy a company so that i get more dividends.
The first buy was CIM i bought a small portion only 10 shares for $18.89. I have owned this stock for awhile and have added to it over the years this buy will add $20.00 dollars a year to my dividends.
AGNC is the second buy i also bought 10 shares of it for $19.07. I have owned this stock for awhile and have added to it over the years this buy will add $21.6 dollars a year to my dividends. Both of these buys were commision free.
Both are Mreits while Capital One classified them in the reit section. Merrill Edge classifiers them as financial. 6 in one basket half a dozen in another lol.
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Disclaimer: Long all stocks mentioned
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.
Starbucks 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.
The 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.
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Disclaimer: Long all stocks mentioned
As some have said its always hard to decision to sell but at least it makes it easier when they havent raised their dividend in 2 years and drop considerably in the summer due to hurricane season. That is one of the many reasons i decided to sell UVE it was a tough decision but with another company standing ready to buy i had to pull the trigger.
On May 15th 2018 the decision was made i waited for a littlew up tick in UVE price then pulled the trigger selling all 238.8732 which netted me $8,213.87 of cash. I had made over $4,000.00 dollars off this investment but with upcoming Hurricane season coming since it is a insurance company with its main business in florida now was a good time to sell and when it drops when a hurricane is bearing down on florida in the future i will pick some more up.
Now onto the buy I had my eyes on ATT for awhile so it was a no brainer that this would be the company i put my money in. On May 17th i bought 250 Shares of T for a cost of $8,055.70. This buy adds $125 a quarter to my dividends $500 a year to my dividends. this brings my total share count of T to 331.38. This brings my 12 month future dividends to $6028.74.
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Disclaimer: Long T.
Yes the big double a buy and dividend hike on the same day i knew the hike was getting close but not sure when it would happen.
When my mom gave me her Morgan Stanley account, it came with $2,000 dollars in cash wich earns a paltry bit of interest. of course i missed the episode a few weeks ago where it dropped to $73. something. It may go up more it may drop more im not really trying to time the market but when i looked this morning and seen that XOM was $78.05 I had to pull that trigger.
A little about XOM.
Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM) is the largest of the vertically integrated oil majors, as well as the largest publicly-traded corporation in the world by revenue. It was created on November 30, 1999, by the merger of Exxon and Mobil. The company has several divisions and hundreds of affiliates, including Exxon Mobil, Exxon, Esso, and Mobil.
The firm generates the majority of its income from liquid and natural gas sales, with earnings of $19.7 billion in 2017. The geographical diversity of Exxon Mobil’s exploration and production (E&P) activities make it less vulnerable to the regional production uncertainties that plague the industry. The company is also an international leader in the downstream refining industry with over 5,000 owned/leased retail stations and 4.9 million barrels per day of refining capacity at the end of 2017.
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Altria Group, Inc. is an American corporation and one of the world’s largest producers and marketers of tobacco, cigarettes and related products. It operates worldwide and is headquartered in Henrico County, Virginia.
With that being said i since it is down off its highs i decided to delve in and buy this stock again this is the second time i have bought this stock this year. To make this possible possible i sold to stocks an ETF called EFA for $838.20 a total of 11 shares, i was up about $110.00 and i also sold a preferred stock DDPRB i sold 5.5 shares of it for $563.98 not sure how much i was up on that. As part of the streamlining process of getting better stocks and building a good solid dividend income.
Now the buy, it was for 29 shares of MO for a total of $1,902.91 including commisions. this adds $20.3 a quarter to my dividends and $81.2 a year. This buy gives me 147 shares total of MO. This buy brings my 12 month rolling prospective dividends to $5533.04. it becomes my third stock and also joins a mutual fund as stocks that pay over $400.00 a year.
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