I am a mathematics professor and try not to let that get in the way of making intelligent investment decisions. I am currently constructing a dividend growth portfolio with the goal of creating an income stream that grows at or better than inflation.
I am an income investor and a retired neurobiologist and been trading in stocks and bonds for thirty five years. I presently limit my investments to preferred and senior debt securities.
I balance and adjust my portfolio by trading several times a month but rarely make a trade targeted a snaring a capital gain.
I am a retired veterinarian. I have been investing in stocks since the early eighties. During the earlier years of that time frame, I concentrated on small value stocks but now, since I retired, I mostly invest in large dividend payers.
AAPL, AFL, BBL, BP, BTI, CAT,CMI, COP,CVX, ED, EMR, F, GE, GILD, GPT, HSY, HP, IBM, JNJ, KMB, KMI, KO, LXP, MCD, MMM, MSFT NSRGY, O, OHI, ORI, PG, PM, SO, STAG, T TD, TGT, UL, VER, VTR, WBA, WMT, WPC, XOM
ETF's: VIG, ACWV, HDV, SCHD, EFAV, IJK, IJS, IJT, TLT,