Catching the dip – British petroleum (BP)

Bought 175 shares of British petroleum (BP) for 3,3€. Total cost - 587€. Annual post-tax dividend inome - 62 EUR. Yield on cost - 10,6%(!!!). As you know the market is a bloodbath lately due to coronavirus and a great buying opportunity. Still sad about Lesson learned – stick to your strategy. And there was... Continue Reading →

Recent buy #3 – Altria Group (MO)

Bought 20 shares of Altria Group (MO) for 51$. Total cost - 1.020$. Annual dividend inome - 42 EUR (47$). Yield on cost - 4,6%. So after purchase of oil companies and REITs my eye was caught by another group that pays massive dividends - tobacco companies. And two of them are dominating DGI folk... Continue Reading →

Recent buy #2 – TKM & BP

I just couldn't sit on that pile of cash 🙂 Since my goal to have 5kEUR in cash was reached with a good margin of safety here was our last purchases of Y2019 After large investment into Baltic horizon Baltic REIT fund I decided to also increase my position in most successful Baltic investment -... Continue Reading →

Recent sale – TGT

  Some time ago i have done major divestment in my portfolio getting rid of two investments that has increased its share value to range where sale was triggered - INTC and half of PG. One investment was on my list for some time now - Target. After share price rally recently finally decided to... Continue Reading →

Recent buy – Auga bond

This time I decided to go for a little bit different type of investment - fixed income corporate bonds. Investment: Auga group 5y bond with 6% paid annual interest. I bought 1 bond for 1.000€ paying an additional 2€ fee. This will bring us 51€ (60€ × 0,85) annual post-tax interest income for the next... Continue Reading →

Recent buy – Kraft Heinz Co

The picture says it all 😀 Yesterday I bought Kraft Heinz Co 20 share for 32,85$ paying 667$. In L/T it isa viable business. Share price decline by half due to perfect storm (dividend decrease and net loss due to write-offs). Adjusted P/E is below 10. Dividend yield is 3,4% (after -30% tax). Leverage was at... Continue Reading →

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