Towards the end of October I bought more shares of two companies that I already own. Read on to see what and why.
I don’t sell stock very often but I decided to sell out of one company this month. I used the proceeds to buy more of another stock that I hold. Read on for the details …
I bought more of an existing stock this month; ironically because I was considering to sell out of another. Click on to see the why and what of my stock purchase…
It’s been a while since I’ve made an individual stock purchase as I’ve been selling some holdings over the last two months instead. But last Friday (even though it was April Fool’s Day), I finally reversed that trend and added to one of my existing positions. Click on to see why and what…
I added to my current holding in Diageo plc (DEO) last week; 7 shares at $106.96 for a total of $755.67 including fees.
I didn’t make any stock purchases in August (excluding my usual fund investments anyway) – this was more about not making a decision on what to buy than any specific plan not to buy. I made two purchases in September to compensate; both added to existing positions and were made via my CapitalOne account.
Read on to see what my September stock purchases were and why.
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Towards the end of last month I added to my position in the Consumer Cyclical sector. This sector is underweight by dividend income in my portfolio and I decided to buy into a new company to round the sector out.
Last week I added to my position in the Healthcare sector. This sector is underweight in my portfolio and I decided to buy into a new company to round the sector out.
Last Tuesday I made my fourth Sharebuilder automatic purchase in April in the Technology sector. This purchase will also be my last automatic purchase as I cancelled the monthly plan which allowed $1 trading fees. Instead I’m switching over to less frequent purchases with the normal $6.95 market commission.