CompanyTicker#Cost BasisMarket ValueGain/LossG/L(%)Annual IncomeYOCSector

Sources: Google Spreadsheet. Data could be delayed up to 20 minutes.
I've converted non USD currencies into USD with the current exhange rates.
BHP BillitonLON:BHP120$ 1877.84Loading...Loading...Loading...$ 159.608.50 %Basic Materials
Eastman ChemicalEMN60$ 3401.85$ 4012.80$ 610.9517.96 %$ 158.404.66 %Basic Materials
AT&TT80$ 2322.40$ 2324.00$ 1.600.07 %$ 166.407.17 %Communication Services
GentexGNTX60$ 1167.00Loading...Loading...Loading...$ 28.802.47 %Consumer Cyclical
HasbroHAS30$ 1822.50Loading...Loading...Loading...$ 81.604.48 %Consumer Cyclical
AltriaMO200$ 9446.10$ 7676.00-$ 1770.10-18.74 %$ 672.007.11 %Consumer Staples
British American TobaccoLON:BATS100$ 3461.18Loading...Loading...Loading...$ 253.427.32 %Consumer Staples
Philip MorrisPM35$ 2866.85Loading...Loading...Loading...$ 163.805.71 %Consumer Staples
BP plcBP150$ 4572.00$ 3409.50-$ 1162.50-25.43 %$ 378.008.27 %Energy
Royal Dutch ShellRDS.B100$ 4738.97$ 3081.00-$ 1657.97-34.99 %$ 128.002.70 %Energy
Ameriprise FinancialAMP15$ 1420.80$ 2189.55$ 768.7554.11 %$ 62.404.39 %Financials
BlackrockBLK4$ 1668.00$ 2128.32$ 460.3227.60 %$ 52.803.17 %Financials
T. Rowe PriceTROW10$ 885.00$ 1190.30$ 305.3034.50 %$ 36.004.07 %Financials
VisaV10$ 1235.00$ 1910.00$ 675.0054.66 %$ 12.000.97 %Financials
AbbvieABBV80$ 5740.70$ 7658.40$ 1917.7033.41 %$ 377.606.58 %Health Care
CVS HealthCVS50$ 3098.64Loading...Loading...Loading...$ 100.003.23 %Health Care
GileadGILD100$ 7817.03Loading...Loading...Loading...$ 272.003.48 %Health Care
Novo NordiskFRA:NOVC100$ 3770.05Loading...Loading...Loading...$ 126.033.34 %Health Care
UnitedHealth GroupUNH5$ 1077.50$ 1435.70$ 358.2033.24 %$ 21.602.00 %Health Care
Illinois Tool WorksITW10$ 1217.70$ 1674.30$ 456.6037.50 %$ 42.803.51 %Industrials
3MMMM10$ 1313.80$ 1522.20$ 208.4015.86 %$ 58.804.48 %Industrials
STORE Capital CorporationSTOR100$ 2035.00$ 2378.00$ 343.0016.86 %$ 140.006.88 %Real Estate
VEREITVER400$ 2796.00$ 2620.00-$ 176.00-6.29 %$ 220.007.87 %Real Estate
Automatic Data ProcessingADP10$ 1316.00$ 1456.70$ 140.7010.69 %$ 36.402.77 %Technology
BroadcomAVGO15$ 3624.90$ 4625.85$ 1000.9527.61 %$ 195.005.38 %Technology
$ 74692.81Loading...Loading...Loading...$ 3943.465.28 %
PAID DIVIDENDS$ 12824.0017.17 %
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11 thoughts on “Portfolio

  • February 15, 2015 at 7:36 pm

    Wow, what a really nice and clean looking portfolio page. I see we share a couple of investments together, but it looks like most of your current holdings are high-yield stocks with less of a dividend growth emphasis. I’m assuming you will be adding some more traditional DG positions in the near future to round out the portfolio.

  • February 24, 2015 at 11:56 pm


    thanks for the praise! The formatting and customized routing from the google spreadsheet via php was quite a bit of work and I’m glad you like it too!

    And your assumption is right! I already burned myself from chasing high yield stocks (SDRL, NADL, ARCP, FSC) and will stop adding this kind of risk. However, I will continue to search for opportunities, but with emphasize on sustainable dividends with growth perspective.

    Thanks for commenting!

  • February 25, 2015 at 9:17 pm

    A very dangerous looking portfolio from what I can see. As you mentioned you learned the perils of chasing yield. I prefer to go with the less exciting lower yielding but dividend growing companies. Look forward to see what other names you will be adding to your portfolio going forward.

    • April 26, 2015 at 2:08 pm

      DH, you’re right, I’m still in the process to sell the high-yielding companies. Unfortunately most of the drillers are very deep in the red, so I can not sell and I will hold and see. Thanks for your feedback!

  • October 30, 2016 at 2:40 pm

    Hey DR,
    This year I have found myself in the same situation that you are in with the energy stocks, but when they drop I try to average down and wait to see if they can turn the ship around on earnings. It has been working pretty well so far, hope for all the best.


  • November 19, 2016 at 10:29 pm

    Hallo DR,

    ein sehr gut aufgebauter Blog, Glückwunsch!

    Deine Aktienauswahl war bisher sehr spekulativ. Ich bin gespannt auf deine nächsten Schritte und werde diese regelmäßig verfolgen. Warum hast du keine heimischen Werte im Depot?
    Münchener Rückv. z. B. hat ein niedriges KGV und eine top Dividendenrendite.

    Viel Erfolg!

    • November 23, 2016 at 4:36 pm

      Hallo Paul,

      danke für dein Lob! Freut mich, dass dir der Blog gefällt!

      Ich bin auch gespannt auf die nächsten Schritte. Eigentlich hatte ich auf einen Abverkauf der Märkte im November gesetzt, leider hat sich das nicht erfüllt und ich beobachte noch.
      Die Frage nach heimischen Werten ist gut. Als ich mich dem Thema angefangen habe zu beschäftigen, hatte ich mich auf den amerikanischen Markt wegen der fest verankerten Dividendenpolitik festgelegt. Mittlerweile sehe ich das differenziert.
      Danke für den Tipp!

    • March 13, 2017 at 11:14 pm

      I will! As my short (oil stock-)history already taught me to handle the pain of unrealized and realized losses. I will hold and I’m very eager to see the outcome. Thanks for your encouragement!

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