Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Recent Buy






 A few months has passed by since my last purchase. I have had some money waiting on my brokerage account, and now it's payday! so I turn my head towards the markets to make a new buy.


I bought 35 shares of Bank of Nova Scotia (NYSE:BNS)

(around)
Market cap: 53B
EPS: 4.02
B/P: 1.47
P/E: 11
Yield close to: 5%


I think most of the dividend investors are familiar with this company, so I will not go any more details.


Stocks have fallen quite a bit lately, so I think now would be a good time to buy some of the stocks that I currently own, just because they are cheaper.

5 Stocks that I currently thinking of adding up some more.

  • Kinder Morgan (KMI) is one of my top choices.
  • W.P Carey Inc (WPC)
  • Fortum Oyj (FUM1V)
  • Nordea Bank Ab (NDA1V) safest.
  • Chevron Corp (CVX)
Okay if I wanna go for the "safest" possible company right here, I would think it would be Nordea Bank Ab. But I think both KMI and CVX are quite cheap right now. Also thinking of adding up some shares of Fortum or WPC would not be a bad thing.

Or if I would like to go and buy similar company than KMI maybe I would buy Spectra Energy Corp (SE).

Gimme little help here! :)
What you guys think ? what should I add up?

cheers!

7 comments:

  1. Like the BNS buy a lot. Your buy list looks awful lot similar to mine. Though I'm already heavily invested in KMI, FUM1V and NDA1V, I sure do like these levels. I'm thinking of buying a little of both KMI and FUM1V. Perhaps at levels below $27 and €13. We'll see.

    I speculated between XOM and CVX a while back and thought that XOM is the stronger bet here. Upside on both is big. Also with WPC, my stake is full at this point.

    Roll a dice? :D

    Good luck with it!
    br, Isomahamies

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    1. Maybe i'll just buy little bit of everything :)

      cheers!

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  2. Great purchase. I'd really love to get my hands on some Canadian stocks, but there is no way to buy them without incurring taxes on the dividends unfortunately. I can buy the US stocks in my retirement account, but if only Canada would have the same deal with us here in the UK!

    Cheers

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    1. So, can't you buy the one in New york stock exchange ? Don't know how it works there.

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    2. Yes we can, but I'd like to buy them in my tax-free account, not my retirement account

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  3. Great buy. Stay tuned for my blog posting about monthly buys, to be released in few days ;)

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    1. Thanks!

      Sure thing, you are the king of dividends! :)

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