Ha vuelto a colgar su cartera, supongo que con el cambio de ID ya no la borrará…
Pero por si acaso… OJO, hay movimiento de cartera esta semana (lo pego al final).
Portfolio And Trades
This portfolio combines our taxable and…[Leer más]
También lo he colgado en su hilo.
OJO, que parece ser el FCF tampoco cubre el dividendo restante tras el recorte…
Acerca de KO:
«KO suffers from the «moving parts» problem, as in the past decade they first took over their bottling operations and then refranchised them. Thus you see revenue trend from $31B in 2009 to $48B in 2012 and it is now back to $32B. They have not seen a third of their business evaporate! It is simply a question of whether those…[Leer más]
Nuevo artículo a propósito de KHC, hablando acerca de cómo se puede evitar entrar en empresas que luego den problemas:
The KHC divi…[Leer más]
Acerca de una compra en O que ha hecho hoy para una de esas carteras que maneja:
«I recall buying O back on 1/24/11, I looked the date up. I purchased it at $34.41 and at the time it was overvalued. Almost every purchase I added on has been overvalued over the last 6 or 7 years.
Someone may want to say well, when it got to $70 and dropped do…[Leer más]
De SeeksQuality, que hoy ha aumentado su posición en CVS (a 62,7$).
«anybody thinking of buying or selling CVS on this earnings report really needs to read through the full conference call (transcript on SA) and slide deck.
What strikes me is how many initiatives are in progress! From the first few pages of the slide deck:
* Continued rollout…[Leer más]
15 de febrero:
«Initiated a position in WTR this morning. It doesn’t seem like an especially great value, and I’m uncertain as to what it will look like post-acquisition, but I am only buying a small position to begin from — I hope to build it over the next two years into a size comparable to my other utilities.»
«I will likely be layering into…[Leer más]
«Here is an exercise for you…
Go to your planning spreadsheet and hide everything but the ticker and the industry. Hide the yield. Hide the P/E. Especially hide your cost basis. You know the companies on your spreadsheet, I presume, or they wouldn’t be there. What are the highest quality companies in each sector?
My take? (* denotes a company…[Leer más]
Se te echa de menos en el foro.
Espero y deseo que tú y los tuyos os encontréis bien.
Siempre serás apreciado y bienvenido.
Jvincen2, del blog de Chowder:
«There are five different areas in that field manufacturers, distributors, pharmacy, pharmacy benefit managers, and payers – insurance companies or Medicare/Medicaid.
It’s the boomers of which I’m one some like CAH are looking at going forward and so for Cardinal Health it hinges on a fast-aging population driving U…[Leer más]
Buen comentario. Siempre recalcando seguridad y la composición de la cartera.
«Speaking of watch lists. I devised my son’s list during the Great Recession when everything around us was falling apart. Most of the people involved in dividend growth investing have made their list in a bull market where a rising tide lifts all boats.
Trust me when I…[Leer más]
«The reason Graham and Buffet paid so much attention to valuation is because of the large amounts of cash being invested. There’s a big difference between investing hundreds of thousand of dollars at a time as opposed to $1,000 or $2,000 dollars at a time.
I invest in $1K lots for my son, a full position has been moved up from $4K to $6K. The…[Leer más]
«Wrote options against SBUX @ $67.50 and AAPL @ $170, as both positions have grown substantially since I last touched them. Will be happy to keep the shares if the price drops below that in the next few months. Will be happy to take the money if it doesn’t happen.
That opened room in the portfolio to add CSCO, which I’ve been talking about doing…[Leer más]
Este comentario es para enmarcar:
«When people read the comments and actions of others, they tend to filter those comments through their own perspective and situation. As a result, they often reach very strange conclusions. I talk about my moves, putting them out there for consideration and criticism, however I operate quite differently from…[Leer más]
Conversación acerca de tener un porcentaje de 15% o mayor de REIT en cartera.
» While sector classification is clearly an oversimplification (and somewhat arbitrary), there are real correlations between similar companies. Owning PG, UL, CL, CLX, and KMB is not true diversification, because their product lines overlap heavily. They are all s…[Leer más]
«REITs are sensitive to the economy. It isn’t so much interest rates (though that is a factor), but their ability to maintain earnings and dividends through a recession. Most REITs reduced their dividend in the last recession, and there is no guarantee that the survivors of the last will also survive the next.
We will eventually have 20% of our…[Leer más]
«Yes, I believe that CEF leverage is buying on margin. It can be a low-cost way of securing loans. UTG is listed by Morningstar as having a -30% cash position, which I believe means that they have borrowed $30 for every $100 of investor principal — i.e. $100 of investor principal controls $130 of investments (and $30 of debt).
Margin leverage is…[Leer más]
Parece que también asesora a gente.
«In a portfolio I advise for an older individual, desiring quality and stability but with no particular need for income…
Adding to JNJ, SYY, DIS, HON, LOW. Not recommending additions to HRL or MKC at this time based on valuation. (Might catch them next round regardless.)
Positions sorted by size after the a…[Leer más]
A propósito de una conversación donde la mayoría recomienda no incluir en cartera empresas con calidad crediticia S&P por debajo de BBB (+).
«Debt ratios aren’t just about the risk of dividend cuts and bankruptcy, they are also a demand on the cash flow. A company working to get its debt ratio down will be squeezing its cash flow for a while to g…[Leer más]
«I wanted to share this thought with you young folks before I left and I think it is critical in setting up your mindset.
Most people look for companies they think will create the best total return, highest yield, highest dividend growth, or best valuation. … I don’t do that!!!
I focus on what a company does for a living, that has priority…[Leer más]
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