Portfolios

I have 2 separate stock dividend portfolios. Why two? I like different things about the two companies with whom I have brokerage accounts. Also, I secretly hope to surpass the SIPC limit of $500k insurance per account.

AND

I don’t automatically reinvest my dividends. I let them pile up and then choose a specific stock to plow them back into when the hit the $300-500 range.

Over the years I have fine tuned my approach to stock buying and portfolio building. Here is a post if you are curious.

I also came across this little gem below from Novel Investor. If you ‘open link in new tab’, the interactive model will let you look at each asset class. Just make sure you come back!

 Source: Novel Investor

 

25 thoughts on “Portfolios

  1. Pretty diverse portfolio with quite a few names in common with my own. Looks like you are well on your way to building a nice growing passive income stream. Look forward to following your journey.

  2. You have built up quite a nice portfolio. Very diverse too. I share a few of the same companies in mine and many of them are on my watch list for future purchases. Looking forward to seeing its future growth.

  3. OF,
    Very diverse group of companies you have there! Your about to hit 6 figures on both accounts soon, hopefully I can make it to the 6 figure club sooner than later. Hope you had time to check out my new post and I will stop by and read your posts when they are available.

  4. Great looking diverse portfolio with quite a few names in common with my own. In the future this portfolio has sure potential to throw off a lot of growing dividends.

  5. Ciao Ohalafeu!
    Nice portfolio you’ve got running there, it’s very “vast”, but most of the names on it are very famous and we ca co-investors in several companies. Love teh SK ADR, if I was an american citizen I would buy more ADRs, but as I would get taxed three times on dividends I prefer to skip on it… 🙂
    Ciao ciao
    Stal

  6. Wow, it looks like you have a solid portfolio. Many of which I have owned (I sold them to buy my rental property), but I’ll continue to buy them as more money coming back into my taxable account as my rental property is starting to produce a profit.

    Best of luck to you. Continue sharing!
    Cheers!

  7. You’re building up a nice solid dividend portfolio. One suggestion, maybe create some similarity between your two tables in terms of format, color could be different. I like the one where it lists the name of the company you’re invested in. I don’t know all the companies solely by their stock tickers.

  8. Hey Othalafehu,

    Thank you for stopping by in my blog,

    You have pretty large and diversified portfolio with high quality stocks (as well realestate assets). Most of your holdings are in my watch list, I will start accumulating them once Canadian dollar gain some value over USD.

    Best Regards,
    FJ

  9. Wow, congrats on your broadly diversified portfolios with many strong companies providing you with nice organic growth.
    Glad to have you as fellow shareholder in XOM, CVX, UN, BHP, KO, DIS.
    Cheers

  10. Very diverse portfolio! I have a few of those holdings in mine, or on my watchlist. I accumulate dividends in my accounts and select which stock to buy as well. Looking forward to seeing how the portfolio grows over time.

  11. I’m impressed by your diverse portfolio. And I know it’s not as easy to do this, as one may think. I also like your honest writing style and your interesting journey. I know everyone clicks for the net worth and the portfolio choices, but in the end it’s the interesting story behind. At least for me. Thank you and please continue to blog!

  12. Is the SIPC limit of $500k for cash balances held in brokerage account of for the entire brokerage account value?

  13. Love your site great job! Took a look at your portfolio, contrary to other posters you do realize I am sure, that your portfolio is far from diverse. Not to mention the amount of money you are leaving on the table. But, you are aware of this, I’m just puzzled as to why?
    Cheers

    • Just here for the steady accumulation of passive income from stable stocks, even at the expense of big growth.

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