Dividend Stock Watch list – June 2019

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  1. Disney is absolutely one of my favourite stocks of all time, and would love to keep adding to this. My wife seems to prefer spending the money on trips to Disneyland rather than on buying more shares however…

    3M is also looking pretty cheap – definitely one on my shortlist, although I’ve been adventuring around the world recently in search of a more globally diversified portfolio. When I return to the US this is one I hope to add to the fund!

    Cheers, Gary
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    • Rob says:

      hey Gary

      Love your worldview on the portfolio front, diversification is key.

      3m seems to be the front runner but the price keeps running up these past days.

      This market is messed up, hopefully it doesnt run up to high……

      cheers Gary

  2. John says:

    Hello Rob,

    Good pics. I’m personally a fan of DIS and ABBV. I currently hold some JNJ, but since I purchased it’s underperformed the S&P 500 (go figure).

    Just wondering whether you have the RRSP room to shelter all of these pics? I would love to buy more US equities directly, but I also have a pension, meaning almost no RRSP room. Given that, I find myself preferring US capital gains, rather than relatively high tax dividends, and on that front it seems hard to beat a total market ETF like VTI.

    My most recent purchase was TRP, which has actually risen slightly during the most recent market pullback. This month, I am looking to add slightly to TD, and then to US index ETFs.

    Cheers,

    John

    • Rob says:

      hey John

      Thanks man. Me and the wife unfortunately both don’t have pensions at our work so we have a tonne of room to contribute! JNJ has been under a lot of pressure with all their legal issues as well. I think long term you will do good with them. They are one Id love to start a position in one day. Total market index etfs seem like a good bet for sure. I’m hooked to individual stocks though. haha

      Nice buy with trp they have risen very nicely! Td would be a great buy at these levels too.
      Cheers John!

  3. PCI –

    Love the list and can’t go wrong with either of the companies listed above. Come on, show some love for the US! Joking, joking.

    -Lanny
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    • Rob says:

      haha Thanks Lanny
      The us stocks always get a little love from me. They will get even more if our dollar gets a little stronger!

      cheers man

  4. German says:

    Magna is getting very attractive. I will buy them again if they drop below 55$.

  5. Never heats of Magna before, looks very attractive with such a streak of increases.

    Good list with even beter businesses. ABBV and MMM are my favourites these days!
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    • Rob says:

      hey Compound
      Im with you here, Those are my top 2 at the moment. (especially since I have some us dollars sitting in the account from previous dividends.

      3m tends to be creeping up again though……
      cheers

  6. Nice list Rob! I am not familiar with Magna but love the other 3 companies. MMM was actually my latest addition at $165!
    Looking forward to see what you are going to end up buying πŸ™‚
    BI

    • Rob says:

      hey broke

      Nice buy! Wish i grabbed some more at those levels, its rebounded nicely.

      Hopefully it pulls back a bit more.
      cheers!

  7. GYM says:

    Great list! I haven’t heard of Magna either! I was going to buy Disney post 2008/2009 when it was like $30 but never did. Of course I’m kicking myself right now haha.
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