Recent Buys from DGI Bloggers – Week of 7/16/2018
Most of the names appearing on this weeks list you should be familiar with. There was no clear winner this week since several of the companies had multiple purchases. Investors are seeing some great value in these companies so if you haven’t, you may want to give some of these names a second look. Let’s take a look at what investors have been buying recently.
Bank of America (BAC)
Delta Airlines (DAL)
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)
Kraft Heinz (KHC)
Tencent Inc. (TCEHY)
What do you think about the stock purchases from DGI investors over the past week?
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Pretty healthy list of buys Jason and thanks for including my purchase. My only regret with Abbvie was that I purchased one day before an analyst came out and said the stock should be shorted. That lead to an 8% drop in the stock price. Oh well. It’s hard to time the bottom in any stock. And most of us DGI’s (myself included ) are in it for the long term, so I don’t sweat it much when I think the fundamentals are still sound. Tom
Tom @ Dividends Diversify recently posted…Abbvie | Big Time Dividend Growth – Some Business Risk
It’s impossible to pick bottoms. Better to just pick good companies. Thanks for stopping by Tom.
Thank you for the call out, Jason.
As Tom mentioned, my two recent purchases for a total of 20 shares of ABBV also came days before the sudden drop. Oh well 🙂 part of the investing. – Mike
Mike at Balanced Dividends recently posted…Downtown Chicago to Downton Abb(vie)
Thats ok Mike. There will be more opportunities to lower your cost basis. Thanks for stopping by!