Sharebuilder Purchase – 9/8/2015

Here are my sharebuilder automatic investments this week (9/8/2015).

  • CVX – 1.2977 shares@77.0596 ($100)
  • WMT – 3.0476 shares@65.625 ($200)

I invested a total of $300. I continued the same purchases as last week and there are only 2 purchases since I have to spread my automatic investment credits across 5 Tuesdays this month. I continued to add CVX and I have been adding it for a few weeks now. Also added WMT again this week. The stock is at multi-year lows right now.

Lot of my weekly purchase stocks are below my average price. This includes stocks like AFL, KO, PEP,  DIS, JNJ, T and more. I am hoping I can add shares of some of these stocks in the next few weeks.

This week’s purchases add $11.52 to my annual dividends. This results in 3.84% yield.

These purchases increase my total annual projected dividends to $3,138.60.

Disclosure: Long on all stocks mentioned above

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6 thoughts on “Sharebuilder Purchase – 9/8/2015

  1. Thanks for sharing. Over the last few weeks, I’ve been following a similar approach. It is good opportunity to build up your portfolio with the companies you want.
    D4s

  2. Nice pickups DGJ! I own CVX and am considering investing and lowering my cost basis in the company. Hopefully they are able to maintain their insane dividend yield that they have now.

    Keep on pushing that dividend snowball forward!

    Bert

  3. Ciao DGJ,
    I posted before on this blog saying that I’d love to be able to invest in small instalments (especially in a falling market), but I can’t so I can only share my approach… I will DCA energy stocks that I own (CVX, RDSB and others), but only if they break the -20% threshold. Not sure what is going on with oil and I am a bit scared of putting a lot of money in a segment where I have already allocated quite a lot of resources.

    Ciao ciao

    Stal

    • Hi Stal,
      Yeah.. It is not always feasible to invest regularly in small amounts.. The oil market is a bit scary and there seems be no light at the end of the tunnel. Energy stocks are little over 12% in my portfolio (second after Technology). So I might be adding a bit more for a while slowly. I am also looking to add XOM and BP too if possible.
      Regards,
      DGJ

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