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I look for companies with average or preferably high earnings growth and try to buy them at a discount to what I believe is a fair value. I look at earnings growth first, then PE compared to historic norms, rev growth, debt, outstanding shares, and dividend info if the company pays one.
Long Stocks: (Approx equal weight IRA) MSFT, AFL, CTSH, WEX, DE, IBM, DTV, ORCL, BRLI, CA, WFC, AGU, UTHR, ESRX
Long ETFs: (10% position in each IRA) RPG, RPV, RFG, RFV,
401K: 60% FDGRX, 20% FDIVX, 20% FPURX
I have 20+ years more to work and invest. I have no interest in bonds while interest rates are at historic lows. If the market gets obviously frothy or interest rates return to normal I may
reconsider. I also follow about 60 dividend growth stocks that I would consider as replacements to bonds. Beta doesn't equal risk to me. It is opportunity. I plan to continue investing for total return until I get closer to retirement and then switch to a dividend growth plan.
Dividend stock ideas & income, ETFs, Foreign stocks, Mutual funds, Retirement savings, Stocks - long, Tech stocks
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