Tuesday, November 21, 2017

I Did The Unthinkable

I bought shares in Tesla stock. It doesn't pay any dividend, nor does it has cash to pay dividends. It also doesn't have any decent fundamentals, such as earnings or even a good credit rating. You may be asking, have I gone nuts?

I can assure you, I'm fully aware of what I'm doing, even though it may seem like out of a character for a dividend growth investor to even look at a stock like TSLA, let alone buying it.

So what happened? How did I end up buying Tesla's stock?

Tesla's stock chart showing negative earnings are expected till 2019

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

It's Raining Dividends!

I don't mind rain, especially when it's my favorite type of rain "The Dividend Rain".

The dividend rainy season starts each quarter when most companies announce quarterly reports and dividend payouts. The dividend rain increases in intensity and volume as more and more companies, announces their dividends, with many increasing their dividend payments.

The season normally ends with one or two lightning bolts of a few big dividend increases and payments. In this post, I will show you what my dividend rain is made of.

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Quick Update On T

Since my last blog post on T here, the stock has further declined a bit while I've been dollar cost averaging.

At this point, I've maxed out my T allocation with a bit overweight at 6.16% of Portfolio Value. I normally like to keep allocation of blue chip companies around 5%. So, T has been an exception for me.

I thought, it might be helpful for my readers who may still be contemplating on whether to buy or wait on purchasing T, if I share updated valuation charts:

T downside price estimate