Sunday, June 22, 2014

My next purchase on Loyal3 should be?



I have reviewed the 55+ stocks that Loyal3 have to offer and came up with a short watch list.
Ticker
Price
P/E
Yield
APPL
$90.91
15.2
2.07%
K
$67.24
12.86
2.74%
WMT
$75.68
15.71
2.54%
TGT
$58.29
19.72
3.57%
UL
$45.62
20.26
3.25%
KO
$41.69
22.18
2.93%
MCD
$101.92
18.5
3.18%
PEP
 
$89.10
20.14
2.94%
MDLZ
$37.49
35.22
1.49%
MSFT
$41.68
15.63
2.69%
DPS
$60.03
18.1
2.73%
This is a notable list of dividend growth stocks that I plan on adding to my portfolio at some point in my life. This week I plan on adding a small position with at least one of these on the list and I am asking my fellow readers/bloggers for advice. If you were to pick from this elite list, which would you buy at current prices?  Please cast your vote to the right of my blog. It will be interesting to see what people are leaning towards this week. Thanks for reading and voting!
 



 

 

9 comments:

  1. Hi DM,

    I'd go for TGT. I've bought shares of this stock as well, last month. The price is good. The stats look particularly good as well. However you do need to have some confident that the company will be able to fix the problems they are currently suffering.

    Other great choices are MCD, PEP and WMT for me, but they are all in the same sector, so I want to diversify more before I buy all of those.

    Good luck with your decision!

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    1. Hey DFS,
      I like all of those choices and TGT does seem like the deal of the month. I'm confident that TGT will be making a swift come back with their security issues. They recently raised their dividend which is a great step in the right direction. Thanks for stopping to read my blog!

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  2. from your list I would pick TGT because I like to buy stocks when they are not trading at their highest. What about CAG? I just added it to my watch list but do not see on yours.

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    1. Hey HHWG,
      I already own 18 shares of CAG on my Sharebuilder portfolio. I also don't like buying stocks when they are trading at their highest price, but I have made some exceptions in the past due to an overpriced market. TGT has been a great choice this month but I also own shares with them. However I am not against adding another small position. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. I like K, MCD, and PEP in that order. I did a summary on Kellogg (K) over at my blog if you're interested.

    http://deardividend.wordpress.com

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    1. I have added you to my blogsters list. We can now share our journey of finacial freedom for years to come.

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  4. TGT is undervalued but it's not solely because of the breach last year. Watch how they handle their Canadian operations. That will be telling. The increase of the dividend raised their payout ratio so future increases my be slowed. The increase in my opinion was to placate shareholders and to provide price support to give management more time. How they use the time will determine how the stock will perform. While the price is tempting, I am in wait and see mode right now.

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    1. Hey Roger,
      You have made a great point and I was wondering why they raised their dividend in the first place. I am hoping that management can fix their issues in Canada. If all goes well, we should see TGT back up to $65 by the end of the year. This is my hope anyways. Thanks for sharing that information!

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