Published Thu, 07 Mar 2019 20:30:50 -0500 on Seeking Alpha
The 92 holdings in the Rose portfolio are real combined holdings of Roth and taxable accounts. Most are held at a broker. Combined together into this one portfolio allows me more control and consistency of ownership. My January article here listed all holdings alphabetically, but as I did mention I would list them by sector for February, this article will do just that.
Price used is from 3/3/19 to determine the % PV or portfolio value.
Abbreviations used are as follows:
2019 Div Est = Estimate for the yearly payment and dividend yield shown.
Div Feb Pd/sh = February dividend received was paid per share
March to be Pd = March dividend expected per share
Any dividend numbers in bold are newly announced payments for that month.
The Rose portfolio has 10 of 11 sectors represented with 59 common stocks and 34 RICs or Regulated Investment Companies, and no materials sector holding. I still show real estate at the end of the common listing, but include it as a RIC as it still is evaluated differently than any common stock I own.
I also include fixed income or preferred shares as defensive and list them at the end of the list.
I did receive dividends for 2 companies that were sold, they are shown at the very bottom of the list and might surprise you. I will discuss these just a bit further on down in this article.
End of February Rose Portfolio holdings by sector
Ticker Sector 03/03/19 2019 Div Feb March 13 Cons Staple price Div Est E-19 DY %PV Pd/... Read more
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