My investing strategy focuses on total return, and minimizing costs along the way. My portfolio consists of mostly dividend growth-type companies, but once again I focus on total return prospects in all of my purchases. I have always been a worker and a saver. In 2008, at age 21, I moved my savings out of CDs and started dabbling in the stock market. After opening up an account, setting up my ACH relationship, and making a deposit, the money cleared on a particular Thursday late in November 2008. I made a couple of buys that day that still anchor my portfolio. I enjoy investing on a lot of different levels, and have been able to help family members and friends begin investing for themselves.
I'm a relatively young investor who has worked in the I.T. field for over 20 years. My focus is on long term dividend paying stocks. I'm here to learn as well as give my unique perspective that others may derive ideas from. I believe my background gives me a unique perspective when it comes to Tech investing.
I just started my portfolio recently and add 1-2 stocks each month as funds permit. As i update my portfolio i intend to update this list as well.
(Last Update: 4/24/2015)
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