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Graham Reeds

Graham Reeds
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Strong companies that pay a regular dividend should be a part of every portfolio. These companies shield investors from the wider volatility of the market and the compounding of reinvesting those dividends... Show More
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Just a quick heads up. I didn't deposit a very small amount - someone used my social account code and when someone does I get a $50 kick back. If you want to match just deposit the very small amount with "Copy Open Trades" unchecked.
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All the gains of the past few days were wiped out yesterday as a stock we don't own brought the entire market down with it. First was $WMT (Walmart Inc.) missing earnings and then $TGT (Target Corp) missed their earnings. Both blamed supply chain issues and rising cost of fuel. These in turn dragged... Show More
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All the dividends are in for May and my attention now turns to June. This time around I am looking at $STWD (Starwood Property Trust Inc) (again) and expanding my position in $VZ (Verizon) if it keeps to this level for the next couple of weeks. However I would like to get a couple of banks and there... Show More
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The recent down turn is probably hurting considering the returns of the previous years but this is completely normal for the stock market. From 1928 there have been more than 90 occasions in which the S&P 500 has declined by 10%, or more, from its recent high. That's basically once every year. If... Show More
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Wow! What a day! Started off with my purchases of $INTC (Intel) and $MAIN (Main Street Capital Corp.) dropping, though the rest of the portfolio slowly climbed. Then in the afternoon session the brakes came off and we regained some of the losses of last week. In the end a 2.41% recovery. What caused... Show More
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