Retired Pharmacist. Call me Rose. Nose= Knows enough to know I need to keep learning and keeping a great dividend paying nest egg growing upwards. My 81 stock portfolio is listed here by sector, largest holding by value is listed first.Consumer Defensive: KO, PM, GIS, MO, TGT, KMB, DEO, PG, PEP, MDLZ, CL, KHC, UL. Consumer Cyclical: MCD, SBUX, GPC, NKE, HAS, MAT, VFC, HD Healthcare: JNJ, ABBV, CVS, AMGN, CAH, BDX Healthcare eREITs : OHI, VTR, HCP, HCN, NHI, CCP. Energy: XOM, CVX, OXY, VLO, Tech: AAPL, ADP, CSCO Tech eREIT: DLR Industrial: BA, UNP, MMM, CMI, CAT, GWW, NSC, LMT. Industrial eREIT: STAG Financial: TROW, MA, V, WFC, MET Other eReits: WPC, O, XLP, UBA, STWD, SNR (small)REIT Hotel: CLDT mREIT: ARI (very very small position) and NRZ (also small) BDCs: MAIN, PNNT, HTGC, ARCC, NEWT (small) Telecom: VZ and T Utility: SO, XEL, WEC, D, MGEE, DNP, CNP, LNT, FE DNP is a CEF which predominately holds Utilities. Updated 7/1//2016
Retired from SLB after 44 years in Seismic Data Processing and some Data Collection field work. Investing focus on
1) energy related companies related to Bakken, Permian Basin, Eagle Ford and Niobrara.
2) also undervalued dividend and safe growth stocks
I am a retired IBMer and invest in Tech, REIT's, BDC's,Biotech. Investing since 1958.
I have a Bachelor's in Accounting from Seton Hall and an MBA in Economics from NYU.
Invest in energy, BDC's, real estate, and technology.
investor managing what I have saved outside a 401k. I have seen professional financial advisors do worse with a lot of money than I did with a smaller amount during the last crash. I learn as I go by reading several authors on this forum who are more expert than I will ever be and then I try not to make big mistakes. In my spare time I practice kendo.