I'm an individual investor who has been investing for over 40 years. I work in healthcare and am focused on maintaining a portfolio that will provide me with an income stream in retirement. Currently I own: APPL, ABBV, AFL, ARCC, CHMI, CVX, D, DUK, EMR, GIS, GPC, IBM, JNJ, KMB, KHC, KO, LMT, MAIN, MCD, MO, NEE, O, OHI, NEE, PEP, PG, PM, SO, RDS.B, STWD, T, UL , UTG, VFC, VLO, XOM, VZ, WELL, WPC, XOM,
Regulatory oil and gas attorney just beginning to learn to invest for myself. I've already made some mistakes, but learning more everyday, especially that I no longer want to pay someone else to manage my money. "Long" AAPL, ABBV, ADM, AMGN, AMNF, BIP, BP, CAH, CINF, CLDT, COST, CSCO, CSVI, CVS, D, DIS, DLR, DM, DUK, EMR, ENB, EPD, EPR, F, FLO, GD, GILD, GIS, GPC, HCP, HP, HRL, INTC, IP, IRM, JFR, JNJ, KHC, KMB, KO, LMT, LOW, LTC, MAIN, MDT, MMM, MMP, MO, MRK, MSFT, MVF, MYD, NKE, NRZ, O, OHI, PG, PH, PM, PSX, QCOM, RY, SBUX, SO, STAG, SYK, T, TD, TGT, UL, UNP, UTG, VGR, VTR, WEC, WFC-L, WMT, WPC, XOM.
Value investor with a handful of Wonderful companies. Some mutual funds are stuck in employer 401(k) but that will change soon! Also a Ruler with short term option trades for lowering cost basis and cash flow. Best for last: Debt Free and Loving It!