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[*] posted on 18-9-2018 at 03:33


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Tesco wants to open this week in the UK a new discount chain Jack's to compete with Aldi and Lidl. Some months later will have Jack's 100 stores in the UK. It will sell just 3.000 kinds of articles with low prices and high quality like Aldi. It will surely help to Tesco with growing sales, dividends and stock price. The stock of Tesco has now P/S 0.3, P/B 2.2, just the dividend yield 1.3% must grow.
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[*] posted on 24-11-2018 at 17:52


The extremly overvalued share Microsoft lost already 15% and has now P/E 47, P/B 9.2, P/S 7.0, dividend yield 1.5%.
If it will go down 71% and have about P/E 15, P/B 3.1, P/S 2.3, I will buy it.
In the crash 2000-2002 the share lost 63%.




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[*] posted on 15-12-2018 at 06:05


Yesterday, the criminal hedge funds paid for the publication of the message that the powder by Johnson & Johnson contains asbestos. And so the JNJ share lost 10% yesterday and the funds have earned well on the falling price. But traces of asbestos have been detected 1957-2001 in the powder and later no more. In the long term, JNJ belongs between the 20 stocks that you should hold forever because of dividends.
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[*] posted on 31-12-2018 at 11:38


My income from dividends increased by 15% this year. The year 2018 was a success for me. But the performance of my portfolio was not positive. The Dow Jones lost 7%. But I have my 24 stocks for dividends. I don't want to sell at a profit.



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[*] posted on 26-1-2019 at 05:07


:( "Credit card companies Visa or Mastercard are delightful for "buy and hold." Also the leading technology companies, the FAANG stocks." Writes Tim S. from New York. :(
<=< This applies to speculators, but not value investors. "Buy and hold" until 87 years are for investors only blue chip stocks with a 3% to 8% dividend yield. But the 3x overpriced FAANG stocks and Visa, Mastercard, Coca-Cola, Wirecard, are only for speculators, who have to sell once. Their prices will drop to 1/3 in the next crash. That makes no sense to hold stocks without dividends until death. It is much better if a pensioner from 60 years receives 1.000 dollars monthly dividends and annually more. Therefore, always buy only blue chip stocks, with P/E < 15, P/B < 3, P/S < 3, dividend yield 3%-8%, from healthy companies with increasing revenues! No stocks without dividends, no 1% dividend yield!




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[*] posted on 9-2-2019 at 11:07


The criminally manipulated Wirecard stock should leave the DAX. In the DAX, I only like the boring stocks with dividend yield 4%-6%: Allianz, BASF, BMW, Deutsche Telekom, Munich Re, Siemens. And I want to hold them forever.

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[*] posted on 22-3-2019 at 09:56


For people who don't plan to hold all their stocks until the death because of dividends, various problems arise. Because they bought some stocks without a dividend, or with a low dividend yield, or the manipulated stocks achieved unbearable valuation P/B 9 and P/S 9 and now they are threatened by the crash to 1/3.
I have no problem with stocks already since years because everyone has a nice dividend, I never want to sell them and none of my 25 stocks is so manipulated like Microsoft.
From 1991 to 2015, BMW shares grew 1630% in 24 years. And in 18 Years, they fell 4x to 1/2. But I don't care because I will never sell the stock. I just want the dividends.

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