I received the following shares of these stocks due to DRIP plans I've set up in these accounts.
(It would be too difficult to calculate the PAAY for all stocks under consideration for purchase.) This quarter the following companies were the highest-ranking stocks in my portfolio ranked by PAAY and, therefore, the most undervalued (in alphabetical order): Air Products (NYSE: APD), Amgen (NASDAQ: AMGN), Avista (NYSE: AVA), Cincinnati Financial (NASDAQ: CINF), General Electric (GE), National health Investors (NYSE: NHI), Realty Corp (NYSE: O), Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM), Target (TGT), T. Therefore, I used my available funds to buy the following amount of these 10 stocks: As mentioned above some of my stocks are held in two Optionsxpress accounts.
Bill Gates is the wealthiest man on the planet with a net worth in excess of billion.
Just like you and me, Bill wants to earn a return on his pile of cash.
I don’t have an IRA or 401k (or even any other non-taxable accounts).
If you want a similar spreadsheet for you, or to know how I select the stocks I invest in, reach me out at fromcentstoretirement [at] gmail [dot] com.
I currently don’t trade stocks, although I have traded with excellent results in the past. Right now, my time is spent on my job, on this blog, and on my real estate business. My stock portfolio consists of stocks I plan to hold in the long term.
Because of this, I've decided to start self-directing … (I discussed how I use PAAY in a previous article.) Please note that I use PAAY only to rank the companies already in my portfolio for purposes of reinvesting my dividends, not for new purchases. This is where my "Percent Above Average Yield" (PAAY) system comes in.Of the 16 publicly-traded companies held in the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust, 11 pay dividends.In this article, I track and analyze changes in Bill Gates’ portfolio of dividend stocks.