Hey there! It has been a long time since I last gave an update on the SITICI Portfolio. Here is the latest update on my portfolio and its performance last month.
If you haven't read my previous instablog posts, I am a newbie investor who just started to engage in investing at the beginning of 2015. Check out my first blogpost where I introduced myself and how I got into stock investing. Recently, I reached the silver mile of 25. I plan to keep learning more and stay invested for the long term.
In a nutshell, my key investment objective is capital appreciation in the long run. So, yes, I am a fan of growth stocks, but given that we are in a late-stage bull market I have learned to look for undervalued stocks that are cyclical or value stocks by nature as well. I also execute sell stops for a substantial amount of my holdings which I find fairly valued or overvalued at the moment but still present possible upside due to earnings growth, new investments, or supportive secular tailwinds.
In addition, I keep a fair amount of cash outside the portfolio just in case the worst occurs and a major buying spree opportunity would ensue. Nonetheless, I strive to keep a significant amount of cash within the portfolio and I keep the sell stops in place.
A substantial amount of holdings are incumbent (held long term for more than 6-7 years already) - all of which are dividend or dividend growth stocks. The majority now are newbie holdings (generally those which I initiated since January 2016, but now the earliest purchase is only from June 2017). I plan not to sell these incumbent holdings and keep them for the long term. Newbie stocks are mixed between dividend-yielding and non-dividend yielding positions. I also seek to keep majority of the newbie stocks for the long term, but I place sell stops on some holdings in order to mitigate downside risk, just in case this overheated bull market reaches its final leg. If you wonder why I specify my holdings by the incumbent/newbie difference, kindly check out my first blogpost to understand the reason behind it.
Now, enough for the introduction. Here are the stats of my portfolio last month or as of January 31st, 2018.
January 2018 Portfolio Stats
- January 2018 Performance: +4.51% (+$10k)
- Year-to-Date Highest Total Account Value: $237,301.16 (Jan. 26)
- January 2018 Portfolio Performance Overview
Schwab Portfolio Stats by Jan. 31, 2018
Total Account Value $
2018 YTD Performance
New Capital Added in 2018
|All-Time High Account Value $||$237,301.16 (Jan.26.2018)|
|Cash Position||$1,307.06 (Mkt Val: 0.56%)|
|Equity Holdings Mkt Val $||$232,137.20 (Mkt Val: 99.44%)|
|Top 5 Hldgs MV % of Total||26.18% (MSFT PEP DIS INTC BAC)|
US Mega Cap Equity % of Total
: [All Mega Caps]
37.87% (11 holdings) : [44.84%]
MSFT PEP DIS INTC BAC
BMY ORCL KO CSCO T PFE
US Large Cap Equity % of Total
: [All Large Caps]
17.45% (7 holdings) : [20.82%]
MU KHC DAL EPD
AMAT MDLZ BLOK
US Mid Cap Equity % of Total
: [All Mid Caps]
12.97% (7 holdings) : [24.16%]
DLR CONE PWR AMZA
JBLU MIC IRM
US Small Cap Equity % of Total
: [All Small Caps]
5.10% (3 holdings) : [8.70%]
MTZ PEGI SWCH
US Micro Cap Equity % of Total
: [All Micro Caps]
0.94% (1 holding) : [0.94%]
|International Equity % of Total||
25.13% (13 holdings)
Mega: BABA TCEHY RDS.A [6.97%]
Large: JD ENB [3.37%]
Mid: TX MOMO BIP BEP TAL PAC [11.19%]
Small: BSTI BZUN [3.60%]
[7 China, 3 Canada, 1 Mexico,
1 South America, 1 U.K./Netherlands]
|Incumbent (>7 Yrs) Holdings||43.38% Mkt Val (13 holdings)|
|Newbie (Avg <3 Mos*) Holdings||
56.62% Mkt Val (29 holdings)
*8 newbies initiated < 8 months ago
[DLR BABA PEGI JD PWR AMZA BIP BEP]
Initial Cost Basis $ (1990s)
|Current Cost Basis $||$150,718.35|
|Net Unrealized Gain||+$65,308.07 (+39.15%)|
|Incumbent Holdings Net U. Gain||+$60,037.27 (+147.61%)|
|Newbie Holdings Net U. Gain||+$5,270.80 (+4.18%)|
|2018 Net Realized Gain||+$3,703.57 (+12.75%)|
|Long Term (>1Yr) Net Realized Gain||+$3,179.62 (+68.63%)|
|Short Term (<1Yr) Net Realized Gain||+$523.95 (+2.15%)|
(Growth, Value, Dividend Growth)
|Investment Objective||Capital Appreciation|
|Time Horizon||35 - 40 Years (Target Age : 60 - 65)|
|Dividends Paid in January||$643.30|
|1-Yr Forward Dividend Yield $||$5,685.43|
|1-Yr Forward Dividend YOC %||3.41%|
|1-Yr Forward Yielders Only YOC %||5.52% (Excluding Non-Dividend Positions)|
|Dividend Contributors (Regular)||27 Holdings + TCEHY + AMAT + SWCH|
|Non-Dividend Positions||15 Holdings (Incl. TCEHY AMAT & SWCH)|
|2017 Total Received Dividends||$4,336.25 (No Special Div Last Year)|
|Est. 2018 Dividend YoY Growth||+$1,349.18 / +31.11% (ex-special div)|
- Market Cap Allocation
Majority of my holdings, especially incumbent holdings, are mega-cap stocks worth ≥ $100B in market capitalization. Mid caps and non-mega large caps take up a significant portion of the portfolio too. I have littleexposure to small caps, and less so with micro cap holdings.
- Sector Allocation
You might have guessed it right. Technology holdings make up the majority of my portfolio. US-based Tech holdings alone make up about a quarter of my portfolio. That's aside from my Chinese tech stocks as well as my data center REITs. I know it's risky to be concentrated in one sector and I'm particularly vulnerable to sudden or expected "sizeable" drops when equities or the tech sector gets hit. But as I aim to be invested for the long run, I still perceive tech as the way to go and where the future is heading. Plus, there are several strong secular tailwinds supporting my holdings such as the move toward the cloud, demand for big data, rapid adoption of e-commerce, increasing internet usage, and other technological advancements that support the robust growth of many tech industries.
Nonetheless, I also believe in and strive for diversification. I try to balance that goal with my proclivity for Technology or tech-related holdings. As such, I also have a substantial exposure to Industrials as well as Consumer Staples. I hold a decent exposure too in REITs, Energy (oil & gas), Consumer Discretionary and Utilities.
I plan to increase my stake in Financials and Health Care. As for my stakes in Materials and Telecom, I seek to keep them to a minimum.
- Sector Allocation: Holdings Breakdown (Ex-Cash)
From the pie chart, it seems pretty obvious which holdings carry the bulk of the portfolio's weight. My top 5 holdings (all of which are incumbent or long term held for more than 7 years already) make a bit more than a quarter of my entire portfolio combined ~26.18%. They are Microsoft (MSFT), PepsiCo (PEP), Walt Disney (DIS), Intel (INTC), and Bank of America (BAC).
- 15 Largest Positions in the Portfolio
|BAC||Bank of America||4.11%||$9.60k||Financials||>6yrs|
|DAL||Delta Air Lines||2.43%||$5.68k||Industrials||<1yr|
Below is a complete list of my portfolio's holdings arranged by market value.
- Holdings: Market Value & Cost Basis Table
- Holdings Breakdown by Cost Basis
If I sort my holdings by cost basis, a different view of my portfolio emerges. Newbie or recently added positions (less than a year) take up most of the top holdings. Micron (MU), Digital Realty (DLR), Momo (MOMO), CyrusOne (CONE), Ternium SA (TX), Alibaba (BABA), Delta Air Lines (DAL), Applied Materials (AMAT), and Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPD) are among those newbie holdings. Only PepsiCo and Microsoft remain as incumbent top holdings comprising more than 3% each by cost basis.
- Incumbent Holdings Only: Sector Allocation
A look of what remains of the incumbent holdings as of January 31st gives this sector mix above.
Before the current picture, the mix previously included a portion for Industrials when I still had General Electric (NYSE:GE), a significant fraction for an Exchange Traded Fund or ETF via SPDR S&P 500 Trust ETF ~ my single largest holding before I rebalanced the portfolio (NYSE:SPY), a bit more Consumer Staples when I still had Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG) & Coca-Cola European Partners ~ formerly Coca-Cola Enterprises (NYSE:CCE), and a bit more Technology before I sold Yahoo ~ now Altaba (NASDAQ:AABA), Twitter (NYSE:TWTR), eBay (NASDAQ:EBAY) & PayPal (NASDAQ:PYPL) - three tech stocks sold a bit too early (not near to their current peaks) but still at a substantial long term gain, and one exited at a loss.
- Newbie Holdings Only: Sector Allocation
This is the mix of newbie holdings as of January 31st. Newbie holdings generally are positions which I initiated only two (2) months ago or less: twenty-one (21) newbie holdings. However, eight (8) newbies were initiated more than 3 months ago but less than eight (8) months ago, namely: Digital Realty (DLR), Alibaba (BABA), Pattern Energy (PEGI), JD.com (JD), Quanta Services (PWR), Infracap MLP ETF (AMZA), Brookfield Infrastructure Partners (BIP), and Brookfield Renewable Partners (BEP).
This mix has changed significantly since I first began making new purchases for the portfolio back in January 2016. Plenty of recently purchased holdings in the past 2-3 years have been sold already. At varied times the composition of newbie holdings looked quite different than the January-end 2018 mix.
There was a time when I had significant exposure to speculative biotechnology stocks like Antares Pharmaceutical (NASDAQ:ATRS), Cara Therapeutics (NASDAQ:CARA), Aratana Therapeutics (NASDAQ:PETX), & BioAmber (NYSE:BIOA). At another time I had more exposure to renewable energy utilities (yieldcos) and clean energy stocks when I had Sunrun (NASDAQ:RUN), NextEra Energy Partners LP (NASDAQ:NEP), Highpower International (NYSE:HPJ), & Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital (NYSE:HASI). I also had more exposure to REITs or Real Estate Investment Trusts before when I had HASI, Tanger Factory Outlets (NYSE:SKT), and more shares in Digital Realty (NYSE:DLR). There was also a time I had no exposure to the volatile energy and materials sectors and no exposure to Chinese technology stocks.
- Newbie/Incumbent Mix: Cost Basis
By cost basis, one could see two things: (1) that I invested more of my principal into newbie holdings recently; and (2) by comparing it with the next pie chart below, that incumbent holdings' value have increased substantially over the last 6-7 years they have been in the portfolio.
- Newbie/Incumbent Mix: Market Value
By market value, newbie holdings now also carry more weight than incumbent positions due to portfolio rebalancing wherein I sold quite a number of long term holdings and pumped the capital into new ones.
January 2018 Dividends
|Date||Holding||Dividend||Type||Qtr Div Rate||Shares|
|"||AMZA||208.00||Return of Capital||0.52||400|
- January 2018 Dividend Stream
InfraCap MLP ETF (NYSEARCA:AMZA) provided the biggest amount to the income stream last month. AMZA, however, recently announced that it would be changing its distribution frequency from every quarter to a monthly dividend frequency starting this February with an implied distribution cut of about ~35%. Fortunately, the cut has been widely anticipated and approved to pave way for a more realistic yield in the mid-teens for the actively managed midstream energy limited partnership fund. It will now pay a monthly dividend of $0.11/share or $1.32/share on an annualized basis to be paid starting Feb. 28.
As for individual stocks, Pattern Energy Group (NYSE:PEGI) and Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS) contributed the most income last month. This was closely followed by PepsiCo (NYSE:PEP) & Digital Realty (NYSE:DLR). CyrusOne (NASDAQ:CONE), Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO), Mondelēz (NASDAQ:MDLZ) & Oracle (NYSE:ORCL) also provided to the income received in January.
- Q1 2018 Dividend Overview: January Only
- January 3-Year Dividend Growth History
1-Year Forward Dividend Stream
- Dividend Mix by Incumbent/Newbie Mix
- Dividend Mix by Market Cap
Mega caps (all incumbent holdings) still provide the largest amount of income by market cap groupings. Large caps were previously the 2nd biggest contributor, but mid caps (all newbie holdings) now take that spot. Large caps still deliver a significant portion of the income stream; whereas, small caps provide only some of the overall dividend mix.
Dividend Mix by Sector
As of the end of January 2018, Energy (Oil & Gas) holdings would now contribute the bulk of my dividends. This is followed by Consumer Staples, US-based Technology stocks, Utilities, and REITs. Industrials and Health Care contribute a substantial amount to my yearly income too. Materials, Telecom, Consumer Discretionary, & Financials would also deliver some more to my dividend stream based on a one-year projection.
- Dividend Stream Breakdown Overview by Holdings: Highest to Lowest
- Dividend Stream: Detailed Holdings Breakdown: Highest to Lowest
January 2018 Transactions Review
Since November 2017, I have initiated sell stops on many of my recently added positions due to previous warnings of a supposed overdue correction or even a crash that is believed to happen last year, this year, or the next. *UPDATE: Might have happened already in February or might be the beginning of something worse.* However, the bullish sentiment and momentum seems to be overshadowing the bears so far and such may linger on throughout the rest of 2018. As such, I am still not completely liquidating my recently added positions in technology and growth stocks. Nonetheless, I am still keeping my sell stops set up just in case the "drop" comes. *UPDATE: It already came and hit a lot of my sell stops. Another or more might come, or hopefully we are past the worst for now in the near-term.*
Unfortunately, some sell stops on my favorite positions were hit last January. So, I bought into those stocks again as in the case of Applied Materials (AMAT), Alibaba (BABA), and Baozun (BZUN). I also wanted to re-add to my JD.com (JD) position which got reduced too, but the share price had already surged substantially. So I'll be waiting for a pullback before adding another tranche there. *UPDATE: Already added to my JD position in February.* Furthermore, I added another tranche to my Micron (MU) position given the very low valuation and the great expansion potential this semiconductor company still enjoys even after its great run up since 2016. I also increased my stake in Enbridge (ENB).
As a new year begins, I also started new positions in stocks I have only been watching in the past months/years. First time initiations include data management and storage REIT Iron Mountain (IRM), super scale data center operator Switch (SWCH), clean energy technology solutions provider Enphase Energy (ENPH), and global integrated energy player Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A).
But I also bid farewell to two of my favorite positions which both have delivered great returns since I first purchased them in February 2016: cloud content management company Box Inc (NYSE:BOX) +86.95% and CRM-focused cloud enterprise software company Salesforce.com (NYSE:CRM) +62.16%. I also said adieu to AK Steel Holding (NYSE:AKS) for the very brief time I held it, but for a smaller gain than its recent share price peak: +4.38% gain. Lastly, I also closed on my minor Walgreens Boot Alliance (NYSE:WBA) position for a +9.70% gain.
- January 2018 Transactions Summary:
> Position Re-initiations : (3) MOMO, TAL, DAL
> New Position Initiations: (6) IRM, SWCH, ENPH, RDS.A, JBLU, BLOK
> Position Increase: (3) MU, ENB, EPD
> Position Reduction: (1) JD
> Closed Positions: (4) BOX, CRM, AKS, WBA
I. Position Re-initiations: 3
Momo Inc (NASDAQ:MOMO) +200 shares : I re-started my position in this rapidly growing Chinese mobile-based social networking mid-cap company with 100 shares. Later on, I added another 100 given the potential risk/reward Momo could deliver to the upside. It made up 3.58% of my portfolio's cost basis and 2.70% of my portfolio's market value. MOMO does not pay a dividend. *Feb Update: Less 100 shares due to hitting sell stop.
- TAL Education Group (NYSE:TAL) +100 shares : I re-opened my position in this Chinese K-12 education services mid-cap company. TAL comprises 1.73% by cost basis and 1.40% by January 31st market value. TAL does not pay a dividend.
- Delta Air Lines Inc (NYSE:DAL) +100 shares: I re-opened my position in this major global large-cap airline operator. DAL consists of 3.38% of my cost basis and 2.43% by portfolio weight. I captured a yield of 2.17% and it would contribute about 2.15% of my dividend income based on 1-year projections. Also, the dividend growth has been great recently, and I bet it would continue for the years to come.
II. New Position Initiations: 6
- Iron Mountain Inc. (NYSE:IRM) +70 shares : At last, I purchased an initial position in this storage and information management solutions mid-cap REIT to capture a 6.59% yield. Iron Mountain is 1.50% of my overall cost basis and 1.05% by market weight. IRM will contribute ~3% of my dividend stream moving forward.
- Switch Inc (NYSE:SWCH) +150 shares : I also finally opened a position in this recently IPO'd small-cap U.S. super scale data center designer and operator, especially given that its price is sitting near its 52-week lows. Switch comprised 1.49% of my overall cost basis and just 1.04% of my portfolio's market value. SWCH will make up ~0.45% of the dividend mix moving forward if it continues to pay a dividend. *Feb Update: Sell stop hit. Position closed. Considering to re-open.
- Enphase Energy Inc. (NASDAQ:ENPH) +1,000 shares : Initiated a minor position in this micro-cap clean energy technology solutions provider. My position is 1.38% by cost basis and just 0.90% by overall portfolio market value. ENPH does not pay a dividend.*Feb Update: Sell stop hit. Position closed.
- Royal Dutch Shell PLC (NYSE:RDS.A) +60 shares : Initiated a position in this major integrated oil & gas mega-cap energy player initially with 30 shares at a locked-in yield of 5.24%. I added another 30 shares to end up with a yield of 5.28%. Shell made up 2.56% of my cost basis and just 1.81% by market weight. I wanted to purchase more at the get-go but I stopped myself due to the nice run it had last year. As of Jan. 31, RDS.A would have contributed 3.97% of my dividend stream moving forward. *Feb Update: Less 30 shares. Considering to re-add more.
- JetBlue Airways Corp (NYSE:JBLU) +150 shares : Initiated a position to this mid-cap air transportation services company with 150 shares. It made up 1.87% of my cost basis and 1.34% of my portfolio's weight. JBLU does not pay a dividend. *Feb Update: Sell stop hit. Position closed.
- Amplify Transformational Data Sharing ETF (NASDAQ:BLOK) +150 shares : Initiated a holding in this newly launched actively managed fund involving companies actively engaged in blockchain technology systems, mostly large and mega cap tech names. It comprised 1.91% by cost basis and 1.34% by market weight. BLOK does not pay a dividend. *Feb Update: Sell stop hit. Position closed. Considering to re-open.
III. Position Increases: 3
- Micron Technology Inc. (NASDAQ:MU) +50 shares : Added more to this large-cap semiconductor memory solutions company with such a compelling undervaluation and future super-cyclical prospects in the memory storage space in spite of the usual volatility in the industry. MU is now 5.14% of my cost basis and 3.75% by portfolio weight. Micron does not pay a dividend.
- Enterprise Products Partners LP (NYSE:EPD) +100 shares : Added another tranche to this large-cap US-based midstream energy & liquids infrastructure powerhouse with a total yield of 6.34%. EPD is now 3.21% of my cost basis and 2.37% by portfolio weight.
- Enbridge Inc (NYSE:ENB) +45 shares : Added more to this large-cap North American midstream energy infrastructure king with an aggregated locked-in yield of 5.68%. ENB now comprises 1.84% of my cost basis and 1.26% by portfolio weight.
IV. Positions Reduction: 1
- JD.com (NASDAQ:JD) - 50 shares : The share price unfortunately hit my sell stop. Now only 100 shares remain. JD is now just 2.50% by cost basis and 2.11% by portfolio weight.
V. Positions Closed: 4
- BOX : +86.95% (+$1,051.15 Long Term Gain)
- CRM : +62.16% (+$2,128.47 Long Term Gain)
- AK Steel Holding Corp (NYSE:AKS) : +4.38% (+188.59 Short Term Gain)
- Walgreens Boots Alliance (NYSE:WBA) : +9.70% (+$206.35 Short Term Gain)
2018 Year-to-Date Leaders & Laggards
|Leaders||Gain %||Laggards||Loss %|
(+) Newly Added in January. (*) Partials Increase/Refill Made to Position in January.
Chinese equities dominated the significant gains in my portfolio in January and I expect them to continue outperforming in 2018 and in the long term. Though not completely capturing all of the YTD return, Baozun (BZUN), JD.com (JD), Alibaba (BABA), TAL Education (TAL) and Momo (MOMO) all join Tencent (OTCPK:TCEHY) in contributing a significant bulk of gains for January.
Tech stocks are also continuing their move upward on top of good earning reports so far as well as secular tailwinds in the demand for big data, articifical intelligence, the shift towards the cloud, and other technological innovations. These include incumbent holdings Microsoft (MSFT), Oracle (ORCL) & Cisco (CSCO), as well as newbie holdings Micron (MU) & Applied Materials (AMAT).
Engineering & construction company MasTec (MTZ), diversified financial institution Bank of America (BAC), Luxembourg-based South American steel products producer Ternium SA (TX), and clean energy technology manufacturer Enphase Energy (ENPH) also eked out decent gains for the portfolio in January.
On the flip side, utilities and REITs (including data center REITs) underperformed and are down YTD due to investor concerns over the rising rate environment and its implications on stocks in those sectors. This year could be a good time to load up on REITs though, especially for those who still see interest rate hikes not yet truly impacting REITs in the medium-term and those who don't believe the next recession would be happening anytime soon.
- Incumbent Holdings: January Leaders
- Incumbent Holdings: January Laggards
- Newbie Holdings (Without Any Change in January): Leaders
- Newbie Holdings (Without Any Change in January): Laggards
- Newbie Holdings (With Partial Increase/Refill in January)*
*January share price change does not completely reflect change in value of above holdings.
- Newbie Holdings (Newly Initiated in January)
Unrealized Gain/Loss as of January 31, 2018
- Newbie Holdings Unrealized Gain/Loss: # 29/42
|Top||Gain $||Bottom||G/L $||Top||Gain %||Bottom||G/L %|
- Incumbent Holdings Unrealized Gain : #13/42
|Top||Gain $||Bottom||G/L $||Top||Gain %||Bottom||G/L %|
Holdings' Latest Quarter Earnings Results/Schedule
- Earnings Released in January:
|(WBA)*||Q1 2018||Beat by 0.02||Beat by $390M||Jan. 4||BMO|
|DAL||Q4 2017||Beat by 0.07||Beat by $90M||Jan. 11||BMO|
|BAC||"||Beat by 0.03||Miss by $1.09B||Jan. 17||BMO|
|JBLU||"||Miss by 0.02||Beat by $10M||Jan. 25||BMO|
|INTC||"||Beat by 0.21||Beat by $760M||"||AMC|
|TAL||Q3 2018||Beat by 0.03||Beat by $14.06M||"||"|
|AKS||Q4 2017||Beat by 0.07||Beat by $50M||Jan. 30||BMO|
|PFE||"||Beat by 0.06||Beat by $20M||"||"|
|EPD||"||Beat by 0.01||Beat by $1.35B||Jan. 31||BMO|
|MDLZ||"||Beat by 0.01||In-line||"||AMC|
|MSFT||Q2 2018||Beat by 0.09||Beat by $510M||"||"|
|T||Q4 2017||Beat by 0.13||Beat by $510M||"||"|
*(In Parentheses) : No longer in the portfolio as of Jan. 31, 2018.
- February Earnings Report Schedule:
|Holding||Financial Quarter||Date||Before/After Market|
|BABA||Q3 2018||Feb. 01||BMO|
|DIS||Q1 2018||Feb. 06||AMC|
|BEP||Q4 2017||Feb. 07||BMO|
|AMAT||Q1 2018||Feb. 14||AMC|
|DLR||Q4 2017||Feb. 15||AMC|
T Not yet official; Tentative date gathered by Wall Street Horizon callers.
- Earnings Reports in March
CURRENT ACTIONS Towards HOLDINGS
> Sure SWAN/Long Term Hold Action: 33 / 42 <
What I deem as my "Sleep Well At Night" holdings for now make up the majority of my portfolio with 26 dividend yielders and 7 non-dividend growth/value/cyclical plays.
- Incumbent Yielders: 12 / 33
- Newbie Yielders: 14 / 33
- Newbie Non-Dividend Holdings: 7 / 33
> Flagged for Possible Reduction or Removal: 9 / 42 <
- Incumbent Yielder : 1 / 9
- Newbie Non-Dividend Holdings: 8 / 9
WATCHLIST SNIPPET: Prospective Buys in 2018
Portfolio Table Summary: January 31, 2018
UPCOMING BLOGPOST: 2017 Portfolio Review =)
Disclosure: I am/we are long MU, DLR, PEP, CONE, BABA, DAL, AMAT, EPD, MSFT, TCEHY, PEGI, MTZ, RDSA, JD, INTC, BIP, DIS, PWR, BEP, ENB, T, BMY, IRM, KO, ORCL, BAC, PAC, MDLZ, CSCO, PFE.