Sunday, March 5, 2017

Week 9: Loyal3 & Fidelity - Recent Buys (BUD, AAPL, FUSEX, SBUX, TGT)

February 27 - March 5

My investment for week 9 of 2017 included BUD, AAPL, FUSEX, SBUX, and TGT.  The yield this week was 3.55% compared to 3.48% week 7 (remember I'm skipping last week as I had no purchases).  I also contributed to SBUX and AAPL since Loyal3 does not have an option to automatically reinvest dividends and the minimum investment is $10. The yield is higher this week as I continued to invest in TGT at a lower price and initiated a new position in BUD.  Both BUD and TGT have yields over 3% and were far off their 52 week highs, which led me to these purchases.  The amount of yearly dividends added ($18.46) is higher than the previous $15.67 as the yield is higher and more money was invested.  This marks 61 consecutive weeks without paying commissions on my purchases! As always- Slow and Steady. 

Total Invested - $520.00
Commissions Paid - $0.00
Current Streak - 61 weeks*
Yearly Dividends Added - $18.46
Yield - 3.55%

*Paid Commissions fees on selling motifs but not on a purchase in over a year!


What are your thoughts on BUD?  Do you own this company? Why or why not?

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  1. Hi DividendMogul,
    Congrats on the purchases! BUD has a great brand and economies of scale plus a product that's always in demand - what's not to like? I don't own individual shares as I own all my international stocks via a mutual fund.
    Best wishes,

    1. DL,

      Thank you! I think it's a fantastic company! Also like to buy what I buy so why not this one near its 52 week lows. What is the international mutual fund that you own?