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ABBV to $200, tomorrow or next year?

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Category 2 (part 2)

|Ticker|Name|Sector|Price|Market cap|P/E|Earnings date| :--|:--|:--|--:|--:|:-:|--:| |PNR|Pentair plc|Industrials|47.03|7778742986|14.4|07/26/2022| |META|Meta Platforms, Inc.|Communication Services|170.16|460507931590|12.88|07/27/2022| |TMO|Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.|Healthcare|544.81|213272411264|28.37|07/27/2022| |MCD|McDonald's Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|247.9|183333696786|26.19|07/27/2022| |BMY|Bristol-Myers Squibb Company|Healthcare|78.96|168110891490|28.04|07/27/2022| |QCOM|QUALCOMM Incorporated|Technology|125.1|140111998291|12.81|07/27/2022| |NOW|ServiceNow, Inc.|Technology|504.09|101049779847|458.76|07/27/2022| |ADP|Automatic Data Processing, Inc.|Industrials|218.79|91398885204|32.31|07/27/2022| |PYPL|PayPal Holdings, Inc.|Financial|77.68|89956469873|25.68|07/27/2022| |BA|The Boeing Company|Industrials|141.53|83734214051|#N/A|07/27/2022| |CME|CME Group Inc.|Financial|210|75477801000|27.47|07/27/2022| |EQIX|Equinix, Inc.|Real Estate|689.17|62729485458|127.32|07/27/2022| |LRCX|Lam Research Corporation|Technology|450.19|62448106188|14.07|07/27/2022| |GD|General Dynamics Corporation|Industrials|222.33|61742175391|19.04|07/27/2022| |SHW|The Sherwin-Williams Company|Basic Materials|231.25|60155340000|33.68|07/27/2022| |HUM|Humana Inc.|Healthcare|456.81|57783449745|19.38|07/27/2022| |NSC|Norfolk Southern Corporation|Industrials|230.43|54918956229|18.61|07/27/2022| |MCO|Moody's Corporation|Financial|277.5|51198722250|26.29|07/27/2022| |F|Ford Motor Company|Consumer Cyclical|12.01|48277378570|4.22|07/27/2022| |ORLY|O'Reilly Automotive, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|639.06|42002493135|20.47|07/27/2022| |APH|Amphenol Corporation|Technology|65.85|39321569313|24.43|07/27/2022| |TEL|TE Connectivity Ltd.|Technology|118.39|38142155985|15.67|07/27/2022| |CTSH|Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation|Technology|70.26|36617672301|16.86|07/27/2022| |AFL|Aflac Incorporated|Financial|55.79|35937938044|9.16|07/27/2022| |HES|Hess Corporation|Energy|101.69|31652284384|43.6|07/27/2022| |ODFL|Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc.|Industrials|257.72|29213515702|26.32|07/27/2022| |VICI|VICI Properties Inc.|Real Estate|30.32|29198220346|18.75|07/27/2022| |AVB|AvalonBay Communities, Inc.|Real Estate|195.15|27285520876|24.33|07/27/2022| |DRE|Duke Realty Corporation|Real Estate|57.45|22086951533|21.44|07/27/2022| |HIG|The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.|Financial|65.69|21603116376|9.03|07/27/2022| |ALGN|Align Technology, Inc.|Healthcare|258.75|20390938650|29.15|07/27/2022| |RJF|Raymond James Financial, Inc.|Financial|92.5|20040920500|13.05|07/27/2022| |MAA|Mid-America Apartment Communities, Inc.|Real Estate|172.53|19914723687|33.53|07/27/2022| |GPC|Genuine Parts Company|Consumer Cyclical|136.75|19363129925|21.17|07/27/2022| |GRMN|Garmin Ltd.|Technology|100.13|19337605719|22.87|07/27/2022| |CINF|Cincinnati Financial Corporation|Financial|116.5|18681380800|9.24|07/27/2022| |URI|United Rentals, Inc.|Industrials|248.29|17780421337|11.67|07/27/2022| |TDY|Teledyne Technologies Incorporated|Technology|378.02|17707537422|31.16|07/27/2022| |HOLX|Hologic, Inc.|Healthcare|70.93|17688594406|11.68|07/27/2022| |IR|Ingersoll Rand Inc.|Industrials|43.33|17588938977|23.96|07/27/2022| |ROL|Rollins, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|35.11|17290288455|52.28|07/27/2022| |MOH|Molina Healthcare, Inc.|Healthcare|267.13|15680533957|22.72|07/27/2022| |UDR|UDR, Inc.|Real Estate|46.15|14694206635|91.76|07/27/2022| |GNRC|Generac Holdings Inc.|Industrials|224.55|14333010976|29.75|07/27/2022| |TYL|Tyler Technologies, Inc.|Technology|345.33|14322112264|88.88|07/27/2022| |AVY|Avery Dennison Corporation|Industrials|165.35|13511451736|18.94|07/27/2022| |PTC|PTC Inc.|Technology|112.44|13152770481|27.8|07/27/2022| |RE|Everest Re Group, Ltd.|Financial|283.19|11168433156|8.42|07/27/2022| |LW|Lamb Weston Holdings, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|71.91|10387169916|44.86|07/27/2022| |FBHS|Fortune Brands Home & Security, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|63.24|8272253871|11.27|07/27/2022| |VRSN|VeriSign, Inc.|Technology|169.27|18542631837|23.79|07/28/2022| |PFE|Pfizer Inc.|Healthcare|51.59|289466125496|11.84|07/28/2022| |MRK|Merck & Co., Inc.|Healthcare|93.13|235507602704|16.66|07/28/2022| |ABT|Abbott Laboratories|Healthcare|109.45|191640596556|25.27|07/28/2022| |CMCSA|Comcast Corporation|Communication Services|39.57|177274192182|12.74|07/28/2022| |INTC|Intel Corporation|Technology|38.61|157876253885|6.42|07/28/2022| |HON|Honeywell International Inc.|Industrials|180.02|122545575570|34.79|07/28/2022| |MO|Altria Group, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|43.4|78578176562|26.44|07/28/2022| |NEM|Newmont Corporation|Basic Materials|64.18|50936527840|48.63|07/28/2022| |AEP|American Electric Power Company, Inc.|Utilities|93.6|48067736336|17.96|07/28/2022| |FCX|Freeport-McMoRan Inc.|Basic Materials|30.99|44912629048|8.99|07/28/2022| |VLO|Valero Energy Corporation|Energy|103.93|42413458976|16.73|07/28/2022| |BAX|Baxter International Inc.|Healthcare|66.78|33625639293|32.02|07/28/2022| |BIIB|Biogen Inc.|Healthcare|211.93|31037571287|21.72|07/28/2022| |TWTR|Twitter, Inc.|Communication Services|39.41|30116357329|162.78|07/28/2022| |NUE|Nucor Corporation|Basic Materials|111.06|29548833964|3.96|07/28/2022| |TROW|T. Rowe Price Group, Inc.|Financial|121.5|27616524750|9.83|07/28/2022| |SIVB|SVB Financial Group|Financial|415.52|24453829201|14.1|07/28/2022| |FITB|Fifth Third Bancorp|Financial|35.22|24163995543|10.09|07/28/2022| |LUV|Southwest Airlines Co.|Industrials|37.73|22372248473|40|07/28/2022| |FE|FirstEnergy Corp.|Utilities|37.29|21290065989|16.66|07/28/2022| |DPZ|Domino's Pizza, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|396.54|14293312365|30.31|07/28/2022| |POOL|Pool Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|356.94|14286495042|19.79|07/28/2022| |CE|Celanese Corporation|Basic Materials|127.57|13816953582|6.83|07/28/2022| |KIM|Kimco Realty Corporation|Real Estate|20.14|12446656574|12.77|07/28/2022| |SNA|Snap-on Incorporated|Industrials|201.87|10774661605|13.08|07/28/2022| |AAL|American Airlines Group Inc.|Industrials|13.9|9028255472|#N/A|07/28/2022| |ALLE|Allegion plc|Industrials|99.6|8745368902|19.14|07/28/2022| |RHI|Robert Half International Inc.|Industrials|77.9|8609001818|13.2|07/28/2022| |ALK|Alaska Air Group, Inc.|Industrials|41.92|5285768025|11.45|07/28/2022| |XOM|Exxon Mobil Corporation|Energy|86.9|366127520928|14.4|07/29/2022| |PG|The Procter & Gamble Company|Consumer Defensive|144.35|346338392244|25.23|07/29/2022| |CVX|Chevron Corporation|Energy|144.77|284445986404|13.61|07/29/2022| |ABBV|AbbVie Inc.|Healthcare|152.34|269201530928|21.85|07/29/2022| |LIN|Linde plc|Basic Materials|303.23|152441155658|39.02|07/29/2022| |CAT|Caterpillar Inc.|Industrials|185.49|98935601836|15.56|07/29/2022| |CHTR|Charter Communications, Inc.|Communication Services|463.12|88684051976|16.77|07/29/2022| |CL|Colgate-Palmolive Company|Consumer Defensive|80.38|67353759582|33.3|07/29/2022| |ITW|Illinois Tool Works Inc.|Industrials|187.92|58526349197|22.09|07/29/2022| |AON|Aon plc|Financial|271.74|57713171737|43.16|07/29/2022| |PSX|Phillips 66|Energy|84.2|40508610111|14.65|07/29/2022| |JCI|Johnson Controls International plc|Industrials|48.95|34052988290|28.37|07/29/2022| |IDXX|IDEXX Laboratories, Inc.|Healthcare|361.48|30366934423|42.43|07/29/2022| |LYB|LyondellBasell Industries N.V.|Basic Materials|89.24|29236968732|5.07|07/29/2022| |WY|Weyerhaeuser Company|Real Estate|34.33|25558610837|9.55|07/29/2022| |GWW|W.W. Grainger, Inc.|Industrials|460.95|23555315410|20.4|07/29/2022| |CHD|Church & Dwight Co., Inc.|Consumer Defensive|91.61|22240251458|28.1|07/29/2022| |VFC|V.F. Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|48.01|18650904943|15.49|07/29/2022| |CBOE|Cboe Global Markets, Inc.|Financial|114.94|12205317943|24.61|07/29/2022| |NWL|Newell Brands Inc.|Consumer Defensive|20.03|8282405283|#N/A|07/29/2022| |CTRA|Coterra Energy Inc.|Energy|26.35|479941278|32.7|07/29/2022|

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Category 2 (part 2)

|Ticker|Name|Sector|Price|Market cap|P/E|Earnings date| :--|:--|:--|--:|--:|:-:|--:| |PNR|Pentair plc|Industrials|47.03|7778742986|14.4|07/26/2022| |META|Meta Platforms, Inc.|Communication Services|170.16|460507931590|12.88|07/27/2022| |TMO|Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.|Healthcare|544.81|213272411264|28.37|07/27/2022| |MCD|McDonald's Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|247.9|183333696786|26.19|07/27/2022| |BMY|Bristol-Myers Squibb Company|Healthcare|78.96|168110891490|28.04|07/27/2022| |QCOM|QUALCOMM Incorporated|Technology|125.1|140111998291|12.81|07/27/2022| |NOW|ServiceNow, Inc.|Technology|504.09|101049779847|458.76|07/27/2022| |ADP|Automatic Data Processing, Inc.|Industrials|218.79|91398885204|32.31|07/27/2022| |PYPL|PayPal Holdings, Inc.|Financial|77.68|89956469873|25.68|07/27/2022| |BA|The Boeing Company|Industrials|141.53|83734214051|#N/A|07/27/2022| |CME|CME Group Inc.|Financial|210|75477801000|27.47|07/27/2022| |EQIX|Equinix, Inc.|Real Estate|689.17|62729485458|127.32|07/27/2022| |LRCX|Lam Research Corporation|Technology|450.19|62448106188|14.07|07/27/2022| |GD|General Dynamics Corporation|Industrials|222.33|61742175391|19.04|07/27/2022| |SHW|The Sherwin-Williams Company|Basic Materials|231.25|60155340000|33.68|07/27/2022| |HUM|Humana Inc.|Healthcare|456.81|57783449745|19.38|07/27/2022| |NSC|Norfolk Southern Corporation|Industrials|230.43|54918956229|18.61|07/27/2022| |MCO|Moody's Corporation|Financial|277.5|51198722250|26.29|07/27/2022| |F|Ford Motor Company|Consumer Cyclical|12.01|48277378570|4.22|07/27/2022| |ORLY|O'Reilly Automotive, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|639.06|42002493135|20.47|07/27/2022| |APH|Amphenol Corporation|Technology|65.85|39321569313|24.43|07/27/2022| |TEL|TE Connectivity Ltd.|Technology|118.39|38142155985|15.67|07/27/2022| |CTSH|Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation|Technology|70.26|36617672301|16.86|07/27/2022| |AFL|Aflac Incorporated|Financial|55.79|35937938044|9.16|07/27/2022| |HES|Hess Corporation|Energy|101.69|31652284384|43.6|07/27/2022| |ODFL|Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc.|Industrials|257.72|29213515702|26.32|07/27/2022| |VICI|VICI Properties Inc.|Real Estate|30.32|29198220346|18.75|07/27/2022| |AVB|AvalonBay Communities, Inc.|Real Estate|195.15|27285520876|24.33|07/27/2022| |DRE|Duke Realty Corporation|Real Estate|57.45|22086951533|21.44|07/27/2022| |HIG|The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.|Financial|65.69|21603116376|9.03|07/27/2022| |ALGN|Align Technology, Inc.|Healthcare|258.75|20390938650|29.15|07/27/2022| |RJF|Raymond James Financial, Inc.|Financial|92.5|20040920500|13.05|07/27/2022| |MAA|Mid-America Apartment Communities, Inc.|Real Estate|172.53|19914723687|33.53|07/27/2022| |GPC|Genuine Parts Company|Consumer Cyclical|136.75|19363129925|21.17|07/27/2022| |GRMN|Garmin Ltd.|Technology|100.13|19337605719|22.87|07/27/2022| |CINF|Cincinnati Financial Corporation|Financial|116.5|18681380800|9.24|07/27/2022| |URI|United Rentals, Inc.|Industrials|248.29|17780421337|11.67|07/27/2022| |TDY|Teledyne Technologies Incorporated|Technology|378.02|17707537422|31.16|07/27/2022| |HOLX|Hologic, Inc.|Healthcare|70.93|17688594406|11.68|07/27/2022| |IR|Ingersoll Rand Inc.|Industrials|43.33|17588938977|23.96|07/27/2022| |ROL|Rollins, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|35.11|17290288455|52.28|07/27/2022| |MOH|Molina Healthcare, Inc.|Healthcare|267.13|15680533957|22.72|07/27/2022| |UDR|UDR, Inc.|Real Estate|46.15|14694206635|91.76|07/27/2022| |GNRC|Generac Holdings Inc.|Industrials|224.55|14333010976|29.75|07/27/2022| |TYL|Tyler Technologies, Inc.|Technology|345.33|14322112264|88.88|07/27/2022| |AVY|Avery Dennison Corporation|Industrials|165.35|13511451736|18.94|07/27/2022| |PTC|PTC Inc.|Technology|112.44|13152770481|27.8|07/27/2022| |RE|Everest Re Group, Ltd.|Financial|283.19|11168433156|8.42|07/27/2022| |LW|Lamb Weston Holdings, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|71.91|10387169916|44.86|07/27/2022| |FBHS|Fortune Brands Home & Security, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|63.24|8272253871|11.27|07/27/2022| |VRSN|VeriSign, Inc.|Technology|169.27|18542631837|23.79|07/28/2022| |PFE|Pfizer Inc.|Healthcare|51.59|289466125496|11.84|07/28/2022| |MRK|Merck & Co., Inc.|Healthcare|93.13|235507602704|16.66|07/28/2022| |ABT|Abbott Laboratories|Healthcare|109.45|191640596556|25.27|07/28/2022| |CMCSA|Comcast Corporation|Communication Services|39.57|177274192182|12.74|07/28/2022| |INTC|Intel Corporation|Technology|38.61|157876253885|6.42|07/28/2022| |HON|Honeywell International Inc.|Industrials|180.02|122545575570|34.79|07/28/2022| |MO|Altria Group, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|43.4|78578176562|26.44|07/28/2022| |NEM|Newmont Corporation|Basic Materials|64.18|50936527840|48.63|07/28/2022| |AEP|American Electric Power Company, Inc.|Utilities|93.6|48067736336|17.96|07/28/2022| |FCX|Freeport-McMoRan Inc.|Basic Materials|30.99|44912629048|8.99|07/28/2022| |VLO|Valero Energy Corporation|Energy|103.93|42413458976|16.73|07/28/2022| |BAX|Baxter International Inc.|Healthcare|66.78|33625639293|32.02|07/28/2022| |BIIB|Biogen Inc.|Healthcare|211.93|31037571287|21.72|07/28/2022| |TWTR|Twitter, Inc.|Communication Services|39.41|30116357329|162.78|07/28/2022| |NUE|Nucor Corporation|Basic Materials|111.06|29548833964|3.96|07/28/2022| |TROW|T. Rowe Price Group, Inc.|Financial|121.5|27616524750|9.83|07/28/2022| |SIVB|SVB Financial Group|Financial|415.52|24453829201|14.1|07/28/2022| |FITB|Fifth Third Bancorp|Financial|35.22|24163995543|10.09|07/28/2022| |LUV|Southwest Airlines Co.|Industrials|37.73|22372248473|40|07/28/2022| |FE|FirstEnergy Corp.|Utilities|37.29|21290065989|16.66|07/28/2022| |DPZ|Domino's Pizza, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|396.54|14293312365|30.31|07/28/2022| |POOL|Pool Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|356.94|14286495042|19.79|07/28/2022| |CE|Celanese Corporation|Basic Materials|127.57|13816953582|6.83|07/28/2022| |KIM|Kimco Realty Corporation|Real Estate|20.14|12446656574|12.77|07/28/2022| |SNA|Snap-on Incorporated|Industrials|201.87|10774661605|13.08|07/28/2022| |AAL|American Airlines Group Inc.|Industrials|13.9|9028255472|#N/A|07/28/2022| |ALLE|Allegion plc|Industrials|99.6|8745368902|19.14|07/28/2022| |RHI|Robert Half International Inc.|Industrials|77.9|8609001818|13.2|07/28/2022| |ALK|Alaska Air Group, Inc.|Industrials|41.92|5285768025|11.45|07/28/2022| |XOM|Exxon Mobil Corporation|Energy|86.9|366127520928|14.4|07/29/2022| |PG|The Procter & Gamble Company|Consumer Defensive|144.35|346338392244|25.23|07/29/2022| |CVX|Chevron Corporation|Energy|144.77|284445986404|13.61|07/29/2022| |ABBV|AbbVie Inc.|Healthcare|152.34|269201530928|21.85|07/29/2022| |LIN|Linde plc|Basic Materials|303.23|152441155658|39.02|07/29/2022| |CAT|Caterpillar Inc.|Industrials|185.49|98935601836|15.56|07/29/2022| |CHTR|Charter Communications, Inc.|Communication Services|463.12|88684051976|16.77|07/29/2022| |CL|Colgate-Palmolive Company|Consumer Defensive|80.38|67353759582|33.3|07/29/2022| |ITW|Illinois Tool Works Inc.|Industrials|187.92|58526349197|22.09|07/29/2022| |AON|Aon plc|Financial|271.74|57713171737|43.16|07/29/2022| |PSX|Phillips 66|Energy|84.2|40508610111|14.65|07/29/2022| |JCI|Johnson Controls International plc|Industrials|48.95|34052988290|28.37|07/29/2022| |IDXX|IDEXX Laboratories, Inc.|Healthcare|361.48|30366934423|42.43|07/29/2022| |LYB|LyondellBasell Industries N.V.|Basic Materials|89.24|29236968732|5.07|07/29/2022| |WY|Weyerhaeuser Company|Real Estate|34.33|25558610837|9.55|07/29/2022| |GWW|W.W. Grainger, Inc.|Industrials|460.95|23555315410|20.4|07/29/2022| |CHD|Church & Dwight Co., Inc.|Consumer Defensive|91.61|22240251458|28.1|07/29/2022| |VFC|V.F. Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|48.01|18650904943|15.49|07/29/2022| |CBOE|Cboe Global Markets, Inc.|Financial|114.94|12205317943|24.61|07/29/2022| |NWL|Newell Brands Inc.|Consumer Defensive|20.03|8282405283|#N/A|07/29/2022| |CTRA|Coterra Energy Inc.|Energy|26.35|479941278|32.7|07/29/2022|

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I had ABBV and LLY back in 2020 at a major discount. Sold both few weeks ago with profit close to 100% return, which is my selling point for any stock regardless how much I like it.

Valuation now is crazy. I’d buy ABBV again at $100, and LLY at $200. These stocks are trading at tech levels back in November 2020. Maybe there is something there I don’t see, but I can’t justify paying that much premium for companies that I don’t see growing their revenue 10% a year for the next 10 year.

Also these stocks are held by institutions at 75%+, so it is not retail sellers buying

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If you want diversification between sectors ABBV is a great one in the pharmaceutical sector. I have been investing bi-weekly in my roth. They've outperformed the whole sector by 20% last time I checked.

Other than that KO has always been a solid choice to have in any dividend account. I also have been eyeing WM and MMM as other choices im looking to potentially add to my roth as well.

(I made my roth basically only a dividend/etf account, easier for me to pay attention to)

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I own ABBV, VZ, MO, MSM, APPL and MTB. My dividend are $120k per year. I really don’t care that the stocks are down right now. I care that the dividends are safe.

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so far ive got ko, abbot, abbv, o, qyld, dsx and schd.. watching aapl and tgt to add to my portfolio.. non div stocks im heavy in is goog, bj and byddy.. please advise any changes i should make..

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ABBV. Abbvie. They're a pharmaceutical company. They've had a solid dividend yield, capital growth, AND dividend growth over the last 3 years. Has been very nice.

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ABBV has been amazing.

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If you have a log term outlook you'd do well to find companies that grow their dividends consistently. Companies like JNJ, ABBV, LOW, HD, JPM, MS, PG, BBY, WSM, AVGO and QCOM fit the bill. You could also look into companies that are poised for nice growth and are valued at a reasonable price, like GOOGL, FANG and LRCX.

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UNH, LMT, ABBV, JNJ, AAPL

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I wouldn't consider T a company with strong balance sheet.

VZ and T could have both been very strong. But both have done terrible acquisitions. Like AOL, Direct TV, Yahoo, etc.

But as dividend payers they do their job.

PG, PEP, MSFT, GOOGL, CVS, RTX, JPM, BAC, MS, ABBV, ABT, QCOM. Some of my picks.

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ABBV loses their main patent next year. Just keep that in mind

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Down 26%. BYDDY, GD, and ABBV are my only that aren't red.

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I rearranged my portfolio to drop ABBV after it’s ATM, drop most of my bank stock, and put more into tech.

Currently down 16% with almost exclusively tech/chips.

Could I use the funds? Sure. Could I wait for 10 years and be fine? Also yes.

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AAPL, ABBV, AMD, AMZN, CRM, GM, GOOGL, MSFT, NVDA, SCHD, UNH, VOO….Might add some XLE, and risky plays like JOBY, RKLB when the time feels right.

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AAPL, ABBV, AMD, AMZN, CRM, GM, GOOGL, MSFT, NVDA, SCHD, UNH, VOO

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AAPL, ABBV, AMD, AMZN, CRM, GM, GOOGL, MSFT, NVDA, SCHD, UNH, VOO

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AAPL, ABBV, AMD, AMZN, CRM, GM, GOOGL, MSFT, NVDA, SCHD, UNH, VOO

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AAPL, ABBV, AMD, AMZN, CRM, GM, GOOGL, MSFT, NVDA, SCHD, UNH, VOO

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HD, PYPL, MSFT, ABBV, CRWD

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Everything that’s getting thumped at the moment. 😉

Seriously, I focus mainly on “growth at a reasonable price,” but I also prefer a dividend, even if it’s a small but growing one. A dividend also tends to weed out junk companies. But I don’t chase yield. I try to stick to quality, but, because I’m cheap, I’ll I avoid fads and sexy stocks while favoring investment in boring companies or companies that are out of favor. A good example: INTC. I find more value in other old tech companies, like CSCO, QCOM, ORCL, and TXN. Drug and healthcare stocks also: ABBV, AMGN, BMY, JNJ, PFE, MDT. Retail, which people really hate at the moment: BBY, CVS, DKS, HD, LOW, TGT, WMT. More tech: AAPL, KLAC, TER, TMO.

I also own various odds and ends: CMCSA, EMR, MAS, RHI, KO, UNP, VZ, V, WHR, etc.

I recently put my hand in the toilet to buy some of the most hated but I think oversold companies in the market: META, NFLX, and PYPL. That’s forty percent of FAANG being tossed into the trash. Heroes to zeros in a matter of months.

Basically, I only buy individual stocks for the large-cap, domestic portion of the overall portfolio. Everything else is in low-cost ETFs. Now I’m going to check my accounts and see how much blood I have on my nose today—and then step outside and look at the sky. 😆

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Quick shoutout to ABBV for protecting my portfolio from burning to the ground.

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Down a little over 5%. I definitely have some losers, got in way too early with MU and BBY, but have been saved by a large cash percent, oil stocks, Abbv, and covered calls.

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Down 5%. I definitely have some losers, got in way too early with MU and BBY, but have been saved by a large cash percent, oil stocks, Abbv, and covered calls.

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Banking stocks, aapl, goog, msft, KO PEP, a ton of value like JnJ, VZ, IBM, AVGO, TXN, QCOM, K, MRK, PFE, ABBV, LLY, POST, GIS, still plenty more.

If you don't know what thr word majority means done use it.

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SCHD is doing well. For individual stocks ABBV and IRM are consistently good

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One last thought possibly get more divided paying stocks. I hold a lot of ABBV and BSM in my long term DRIP/Dividend long term account.

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The theory on the ABBV calls is speculation on data to be released june 9-12

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Work 10 more years. Buy blue chip stocks. Maybe 20k per year. Use that 3k a month to buy stocks then sell business retire with about 2 million in stocks earning 100k a year. I would stuff like abbv,wmt,cpb,cvx,BP.

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LLY and ABBV are two pharma companies I've been following. I think DCF for these would be very interesting to see; they've done fairly well ytd and aren't as overanalyzed as the other tech/meme stocks mentioned in this subreddit.

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ABBV calls

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I bought ABBV calls based on that Burry tweet. Pray for me.

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think u mean abbv?

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I think Burry indirectly gave some kinda hot tip on ABBV with that Twitter post.

Thanks weirdo

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MB posted and on his computer were Abbv calls 🤷‍♀️

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I can see:

June 22 Calls on ABBV Strike 165

June 22 Calls on ABBV Strike 150

June 22 Calls on ABBV Strike 190

January 24 Calls on ABBV Strike 185

June 22 Calls on ABBV Strike 190

I don't see June 22 2022 dated calls anywhere tho...

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I bought a Burry ABBV 150 call for June 17 and immediately made over a hundo

Thanks Cyclops!

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https://twitter.com/michaeljburry/status/1534226474194161666?s=21&t=Gn9mfz3Za-VU_qVfSzcmiw

For all you degens out there, abbv calls

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Owned it and AGNC for over 10 years, sold both abit over a year ago.

They good for dividend, but the share price keeps decreasing and always something new pops out why the new environment isn't good for them.

They were both profitable for me, but compared to ABT or ABBV I owned (still own), for same time frame, they preformed worse.

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Really depends on one’s total financial situation. People often talk about “diversifying” but only within one or two asset classes (stocks and bonds) which is not real diversification. Having holdings in multiple asset classes is genuine diversification, ie, physical real estate (not REITs), small or medium businesses (direct ownership), land, stocks, bonds, etc.

as for securities, I like MO, PM, BAT, ABBV, JNJ, NRZ, SPY, BRK.B to name a few.

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I don't have the time to give an explanation behind my picks because I am busy researching stock picks. I suggest you do the same.

In the spirit of the post. I will say ABBV, EPD, PRU, MRVL, AVGO, NEP, BRKB, ENB. That's off the top of my head and looks pretty damn good.

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GOOGL, KO, BRK, MSFT, ABBV, V, TSLA, XOM, O, and MAYBE AAPL just as cash equivalent.

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I need some help ninjas. Can we talk about Aristocrat ABBV??

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TPL- this is all land in Texas and it’s not going to get any cheaper over time

AAPL- Apple

UL- Unilever

BRK- mostly because they own BNSF

LMT- Lockheed Martin

D/DUK/SO- these are all massive utilities and are pretty much interchangeable, I’d probably go DUK though because I’ve owned them for a long time and am biased towards them, I don’t think you could go wrong with any of them though.

CVX- I think oil will be around for awhile longer and I think they run their company a lot better than XOM.

WM- our garbage output isn’t going to decrease

ABBV- of the big Phama this is the one I like the most

RICK- this is my only off the wall one, I just like strip clubs, I think they’ll do ok over the next 10 years.

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Tesla, Google, ABBV, COIN, NXE, CRSP.

I'd put the other 5 on ASX (Australian) Lithium Mining and Battery Storage.

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MSFT, GOOG, AAPL, JPM, WMT, AMZN, TGT, JNJ, ABBV, O

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The tech stocks were growing and will again, there's increasing demand and audience and they have products that consumers and businesses and governments use. Can't go wrong with retail Target and Walmart have mass appeal and carry lots of essentials with stable dividends. JPM is a solid bank, has a good cash moat. It was a tough call between it and BRK/B but I like the dividend again and the track record. JNJ and ABBV, I just picked two Pharma stocks I believe in, but Pfizer or other large ones are good. World isn't going to stop needing medicine/medical tools and these two are big players in that space. O because I want some real estate exposure in my 10. There's other sectors I personally left out, XOM or a utility stock were in contention but I think this is what I'd run with.

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IEP, SUN, ENB, AMKBY, TRSWF, MMM, HON, VZ, ABBV, RIO, VWAPY, AVGO, MO, MAIN, VFC, MOS.

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AAPL, MSFT, O, JNJ, PG, PEP, ABBV, MCD, UNP, V

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So, I know this is, like, a confusing/worrying number of stocks maybe, but think of it from this context. I had a problem for months and months with pay to win games on my phone. I pissed away hundreds on bullshit, and I still have spending problems. And I know that robinhood was in trouble specifically for making stocks seem like a game, and that's the app where I've bought most of these. But...

  1. Even at a loss, otherwise I was going to compulsively spend the money anyway. At least this way some is recoverable.

  2. This is for practice and it's for long term. I don't mind waiting years and years for the market to lift all my bad choices up off the ground.

  3. I know that many of these are essentially the same stocks or etfs. The whole thing follows vti/qqq/spy reasonably closely.

GOOGL, PALL, GLTR, LIT, ICLN, PPLT, MSOS, DIS, BRK.A, ECNS, INDA, YOLO, MJ, CAT, SMH, AMZN, PEP, CYB, PABU, VEON, JNJ, SPYG, LYV, PFE, AZN, MRNA, BOTZ, HDELY, BOAT, APD, GLD, BABA, ITA, URA, WEAT, OIL, REMX, LLY, XLU, HGER, SPYV, MCD, MSFT, VTI, IDRV, DRIV, ARKK, ARKF ARKG, ARKW, WTRG, JEPI, TAN, V, CWT, IAUF, AWK, AA, MA, RIO, FXE, GTO, MP, GWRS, NTR, CF, CORN, SOYB, ABBV, O, LTC, REET, EPR, INDS, SRVR, VYM, IEHS, IHI, VEGI, NUE, EPAM, MAIN, WM, RIOT, MCHI, XES, HRZN, JJN, VALE, SLV, F, COPX, CPER, VWAGY, CRUZ, BND, DOW, TIP, TM, CSL, GM, JETS, DE, CBT, OEC, SQM, BATT, UNP, UNG, GS, NVDA, SHEL, LAC, CVX, TSLA, GIS, WPM, K, XOM, BRBR, NKLA, AGCO, GME, OXY, INTC, KO, GE, CNI, MMM, EQNR, LMT, RTX, HMC, NIO, DD, XLP, RIVN, LI, XPEV, SNP, ADM, IRDM, EA, CCL, SQ, COIN, MVIS, RS, HOOD, BITO, BTF, XBTF, CLSK, HUT, AAPL, WMT, COST, AMD, BP, MU, GD, BSX, ATVI, SCCO, KR, CTVA, HES, TSCO, FANG, CLF, STLD, X, BG, Y, POST, BYND, CEG, GDX, VIGI, EWU, XLE, VV, DIA, ASHR, HYLB, DXJ, EWY, IJT, IJS, IWC, EWJ, BITQ, PYPL, AGRO, QQQ, LYFT, UBER, TGT, CSCO, CSX, NSC, CP ,SATO, AFRM, KLAC, HD, ROKU, CRPT, NGE, ILF, VPU, JPM, CQQQ, DMLRY, TRYP, SNAP, AMC, SDY, BNDX, VXUS, AGG, CMF, MUB, DMLRY, SPY, and for some spice TQQQ that was a free reward for signing up with an app.

I keep going back and forth on whether I want to stop this behavior or just keep buying small bits of stocks until the end of time.

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You can swing trade insider buys, overnight trades or check your trades on lunch.

I work 9:50-6 remote. Opening bellis 8:30 and I have an hour where I try to make my daily quota. I will check my trades on break if I can pull off a $300 in 15 minutes during lunch all the better. I will do overnight strangles before earnings too.

It's not all puppies and kittens. I certainly miss out on trades. This is a tricky market. ABBV calls have been feeding me the past month but that dried up today.

Idk there is trillions of dollars out. Go get some.

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So this portfolio is just 5% of my overall stocks, the rest is all in VT. I based my picks on companies which I believe in and which I believe will be around in 40 years time when I retire:

3M Company (MMM)

Abbott Laboratories (ABT)

AbbVie (ABBV)

Air Products and Chemicals (APD)

Cintas (CTAS)

Coca-Cola (KO)

Diageo (DGO)

Dover Corporation (DOV)

Johnson&Johnson (JNJ)

Lowe’s (LOW)

McDonald’s (MCD)

Microsoft (MSFT)

NextEra Energy (NEE)

Nike (NKE)

PepsiCo (PEP)

Procter&Gamble (PG)

S&P Global (SPGI)

Verizon (VZ)

Visa (V)

Waste Management (WM)

They are all at equal weight. Any feedback is appreciated, let me know if you think I should add or remove a company :)

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Okay, sounds good to me. Thats something to think about.

I don't mean to imply chasing dividends or ultrahigh yields lends stability or better total return. Strictly my point is if i use dividends that have roughly the same returns as non-divs, i get to have that income on paper for lending purposes.

Offering a dividend in of itself does not make a stock or company unstable or lower its eps right? I don't mean a floundering company. I mean aapl, abbv, ko, mo, mcd, o, abr... been around and will stay around, they are typically earning enough to keep paying divs and their share price generally appreciates without being eroded by a dividend. Without dividends, their share price would be higher. But with dividend reinvesting, we don't really have a reason to believe these divs would result in a loss over time? Besides people who have high dividend income tax. That is what i am looking for. Average growth is okay, strong dividends put income on a paper trail for me.

Poor growth on qyld (or similar) stocks is why i posted this actually, so i can understand better how to balance such things with growth or principal preservation. It turns out qyld is probably shit all the way down though for example.

Ironically, in the 24 months since JEPI came out, it has outperformed VTSAX with dividends reinvested. $10,000 jepi in may 2020 is worth $11,534 and $10,000 vtsax in may 2020 is worth $10,813. Thats a not a real dig on vtsax, just a laugh, i know over time vtsax is the winner.

Thanks

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Okay, sounds good to me. Thats something to think about.

I don't mean to imply chasing dividends or ultrahigh yields lends stability or better total return. Strictly my point is if i use dividends that have roughly the same returns as non-divs, i get to have that income on paper for lending purposes.

Offering a dividend in of itself does not make a stock or company unstable or lower its eps right? I don't mean a floundering company. I mean aapl, abbv, ko, mo, mcd, o, abr... been around and will stay around, they are typically earning enough to keep paying divs and their share price generally appreciates without being eroded by a dividend. Without dividends, their share price would be higher. But with dividend reinvesting, we don't really have a reason to believe these divs would result in a loss over time? Besides people who have high dividend income tax. That is what i am looking for. Average growth is okay, strong dividends put income on a paper trail for me.

Poor growth on qyld (or similar) stocks is why i posted this actually, so i can understand better how to balance such things with growth or principal preservation. It turns out qyld is probably shit all the way down though for example.

Ironically, in the 24 months since JEPI came out, it has outperformed VTSAX with dividends reinvested. $10,000 jepi in may 2020 is worth $11,534 and $10,000 vtsax in may 2020 is worth $10,813. Thats a not a real dig on vtsax, just a laugh, i know over time vtsax is the winner.

Thanks

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Oh okay, my bad, i see what you mean. Yeah people have to consider taxes as part if their total return. I would figure excluding taxes of different situations is appropriate but i get it.

Yeah, cases like qyld is why i want to balance growth, things that don't bleed the share price dry. Qyld's share price is exactly why i made this post to sort out if theres a balance between dividends and growth so i don't end up with 12% dividend yields and a stick that bleeds 20% value year over year.

Its not that qyld itself is a perfect example, but if i were to have only have invested in vti for example, there are ups and down over the year. I feel as though if i purchase vti/schd and sell off slowly, i have to time the ups and down more closely.

If i am building a position, there is no reason to sell off quarterly/yearly while also buying, whereas if i slowly build a dividend position i can drip which still puts down more and more income on paper. Dividends can be like selling, but they avoid wash sales and trying to time sales if you plan to hold for years anyway.

However, while i am building... any dividend stock is just not going to produce major income anyway. So i think starting with dividends doesn't make a difference.

So i would think in my case dividends is the longer plan, since the income qualification does matter in my life, but that near term broader indexes will appreciate more regardless of what underlying has divs or not. I agree with that, thanks.

I think that is my plan. Invest in the best overall return until i have enough capital to make dividends show worthwhile income, but at that time gear towards solid funds and stocks that aren't being bled dry like qyld or lumn. I can't shake the feeling that, say, getting $6k in annual dividend income won't improve my interest rates on loans and help buy additional properties, because i already have experienced these things with mortgages, refis, credit cards, personal loans. When taking that return into consideration i think it outweighs just holding growth stocks and not touching them for 30 years. I don't need the income/nest egg 30 years from now, i want to keep reinvesting.

I will sit tight with probably schd and vti. You talked me into i think. Lol. But when my portfolio is large enough theres a good chance it all goes to schd, mpw, oke, mo, abr, o, jepi, abbv, etc haha

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They are ok. The yields are a little low for my taste.You can do better.I like ABBV, PRU, EPD, NEP, AOD better for instance.

I guess it depends how far down the rabbit hole you choose to go.

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I don't think high yield is necessarily yield chasing. Usoi would be yield chasing imo for example. But abr, mo, abbv, mmp, jepi are high yield and fairly stable outlooks at a glance and not worth writing off just because of yield. Schd is a good ground though, but eventually i want the higher income on paper to use for loans.

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Pretty confident this past week was just a bunch of us retailers thinking the bottom had hit. I still have puts on LMT and ABBV for June and July. Keeping it simple. I can’t see how we are out of the woods yet. Maybe more like finding a cute candy coated cabin that looks like relief then realizing there’s a witch in there ready to take me down to hell

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KO, MCD, ABBV... or not. Those were my holdings that ran up when everything went to shit

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Welcome to the lion's den. You need to start reading about investing to get up to speed on all the jargon. You are a cub in the Kalahari right now and the hyenas are hungry.

I'm going to be the guy to tell you to invest in individual stocks. I wouldn't put my nephew, mom or grandma in an ETF and I won't do it here. A portfolio is built from the ground up, brick by brick.

The Core Portfolio should be the base and the largest portion. This is a great place for dividends that increase each year that are reinvested automatically. Just as important is position sizing, strategy and psychology.

Yeah it takes some work. You don't want to be the guy posting they are down 60% in eight months. You have more tools at your disposal as a modern day investor than ever before in history. Know what you are buying and why. If you can't answer that you don't know enough. If you told me you had stock advice from Reddit I could guess your portfolio.

ABBV is great for any portfolio not to mention one of the few safe havens this year. Prudential (PRU) has been around over 130 years, has good financials and should do well as interest rates rise.

There is so much more

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been eyeing sbux, amd, have googl, sofi @ 24, appl, nio, pltr.

not feeling so good about those at all

abbv seems really stable

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I’m surprised you have abbv. (I saw their business in San Diego) and always wondered what the company did

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Not just indexes, companies that have unquestionable staying power: HD, AVGO, MSFT, GOOGL, V, MA, UNH, JNJ, ABBV, TMO, DIS, ORCL…

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$ABBV stonks

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ABBV

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My Stock Portfolio

Currently in this order: HON, SONY, NEE, SBUX, ABBV, AMD, NOK, BAC, GOOGL, DKNG, SOFI, AAPL, NIO, ETSY, TGT, STEM, PLTR

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Didn’t Berkshire Hathaway sell its stake in ABBV?

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Good Dividend stock but I wouldn’t buy it at its current valuation. You buy good company that has been beaten down, ABBV has been up 11% YTD.

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ABT and ABBV. Dripping ABT since the 80's Abbv since spinoff.

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But John Dividend told me the market is cratering and to buy more ABBV and MO 🤔

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Sector wise, I believe big Pharma(ABBV, LLY, AZN, GSK, MRK) will hold their value and minimize losses. My TDA picks.

On Hood I play a mixed bag, FCX, AMD, LCID, VALE, RBLX, BNTX and CDE. It worked out today(05.19) but not always. Lost some yesterday(05.17) on those.

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So I have followed my startegy of harvesting the flowers (winners) since January. I also hold onto the weeds in hopes they will bounce back (psfe, weber, fdx, C, JPM). If something was up 30% I sold half of it. For example sold half my oils CVX, SLB. Yes I left money on the table as they have stayed strong but I still owned XOM and MPC. Sold CLF after I made 40% in short time watched it run higher but I had locked 40% return (don't be a pig). What I am guilty of is greed LY. I was up a lot on msft, aapl and pypl. Greed got the best of me and instead of exiting pypl at $300 i held and held and held. My basis is $40. I was a total pig. I have added aapl in last 2 weeks ($157 and $143). I own a lot of aapl and believe it has a strong moat, strong balance sheet and great brand.....all things I look for in a LT holding. MSFT is the same but aapl and msft are a large % of my portfolio now so I need to think through increasing that %. Getting my ass kicked on GM and even on F rn. What has been relatively winning??? JNJ, ABBV, TXN, RTX all purchased some time ago. Days like today feel like a kick in the nuts as I was down 5% (woke up to TGT down $50/share). Like in real estate, you make your money on the entry not the sell. If you buy strong companies at a good PE you will do well.

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I think this triggered a chain reaction, all my defensive stocks plummeted 2% on this new... JnJ, O, Abbv, WM... weird.

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Depends. If you’re US based you have a tonne of options available. ABBV has always been attractive to me but you have a lot of ETFs to choose from too. I hold JEPI but that one is a bit more risky.

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I love it. McDonald’s is my next buy. Recession proof and dividend.

Not pumping anything but ABBV is one of my mainstays in my account. Solid business and runway, great dividend

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ABBV is one of my favorites. I prefer pipelines to oil stocks. EPD gets the nod here.

Insurance should do well in a rising interest rate environment. PRU is a great value with strong fundamentals. Their logo is the Rock of Gibraltar. They have been around over 130 years.

ABR is a mortgage REIT that has great management as evidenced the numerous dividend increases.

I started hedging my portfolio a year and a half ago for inflation. The 3 dividend portfolios are all beating the market while Drip increases the payout monthly. Exactly as it was designed.

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I kinda figured but wanted to get your confirmation! I agree completely. Unless fundamentally I don’t believe in the outlook then I’ll hold.

Yeah… that is the dream. Dividend investing is something I’ve done okay at but hasn’t been a focus. I hold ABBV, APPL, UNH, JPM, MFST, WMT, COST, SPY which all pay dividends.

What are your main holding dividend stocks?

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Keep it simple. Unless you want to dig deep into the specifics.

  1. Start a Roth IRA - max it out each year.

  2. Choose 1 of these index funds:

-VTI or VOO (They're similar, but just choose 1 to keep it simple. They both have low fees.

  1. Choose 1 of these dividend ETFs:
    -SCHD, VYM. They're similar to VTI and VOO, but they focus on high dividend stocks.

You could just stop right there. But here's the next step:

  1. Invest in 2-3 companies you believe in. And companies that are rock solid. For example, APPL, MSFT, ABBV, KO, TESLA, etc... (there's a lot of companies you could add to this list)
    DRIP each of these investments.

  2. Find a dividend company and DRIP it. Obviously, there is some overlap from #4 - but CHD, O, MMM etc.

  3. Because you're young, I'd recommend finding some small 'moon shots'. Here are some you could check out. LRCX(this one is liable to go up and down), INTC, SMH (This is an ETF). Like 10% of your portfolio here and honestly you don't need to try to find a moonshot. You've got a law degree, I'm assuming you'll be making a nice salary. No need to gamble.

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In March or April of 2020, I bought PFE, XOM, T, AVGO, SBUX, MSFT, TTD,, SCHG, VOO, AMT, HD, ABBV, INTC, AMKR, LLY, DIS, PRU, STOR, ZTS, BABA. These are off my head because Schwanb doesn't go before May 2020.

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ABBV ATD.A LTC VTV

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Don't forget abbv, jnj, PG, Amgen... plenty out there

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Inflation still running hot which will cause the Fed to continue taking an aggressive approach

Planning ahead can save your portfolio during a recession

Here are 10 stocks to consider

🍎 $AAPL 🛒 $COST 🛍 $TGT 💉 $ABBV 💊 $JNJ 😷 $CVS 🛒 $WMT 🛠 $HD 🏦 $BAC 🚬 $MO

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Sell JnJ, KO, Abbv for Upstart, unity and SoFi you say? I am skeptical

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UNG up 98% YTD, USO up 37& YTD, DBC up 29% YTD as well as a lot of drug manufactures JNJ, LLY, ABBV, BMY. There are hundreds of winners out there right now

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I’m into a couple dividend funds like BST and BSTZ. As far as individual stocks go I like LOW, TXN, and ABBV

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TCBP will fly as ABBV 🚀🚀🚀

https://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/mea-car-t-cell-therapy-treatment-market-set-to-expand-by-2022-2029-focusing-on-key-players-amgen-abbvie-novartis-tc-biopharm

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How many of these great dividend paying stocks do you own in your portfolio?

  1. 🛠$HD Home Depot
  2. 📱$APPL Apple
  3. 🏙$SPG Simon Property Group
  4. 💊$JNJ Johnson & Johnson
  5. 💊$ABBV Abbvie
  6. 💻$MSFT Microsoft
  7. ☕️$SBUX Starbucks
  8. 🥤$KO Coca-Cola
  9. ⛽️$XOM Exxon Mobil 10.🏠$O Realty Income
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Yeah I just checked my holdings, I have a total of 35ish stocks in my Roth (I pick 2-5 of the companies I have the highest convection in per sector) and the only one was green today was HBI, and this is including my dividend etfs. The only good side of this is because I am a dividend growth investor a tooon of my holdings just had their yield go up today which means more shares for me when it comes time for that DRIP to start next week when they start to roll in for this month. Gonna be nice getting ABBV, AAPL, AMAT, C, ET, HBI, KMI, NUE, OKE, O, and STAG for a discounted rate from where they would have been.

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True, but maybe not right now, or some other large healthcare stock. Like Abbv

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O,MMM,MO,WBA,AMCR,ABBV,INTC,AFL,PEP,MCD and GD

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https://stockunlock.com/stockDetails/ABBV/insights

Seems okay here, margins are seriously good and pe is at a discount to 5 year average

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Nicely done!

The stock is at $152.25 right now, so if you sold and collected a $15,225 credit it looks like you will have a total of $19,807 in net credits, subtracting the $19,607 net debits would be about a $200 net overall profit.

ABBV looks to be on an upward trend again, up to you as this has been a problem child and you may want to get out while the getting is good, but it could also make sense to sell a few more CCs working to stay ahead of the price movement.

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ABBV chads 🤝 OXY chads

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VOO - 33% ABBV - 14% BA - 27% DIS - 15.7% VXUS - 8% LMT - 1% GOOG - 1%

BA and DIS were great and then tanked on me. Waiting for them to recoup cause I don’t need the cash. In it for the long haul.

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That’s the parent company of ABBV right? I see ABBV itself talked about a lot but dont know much about ABBT. Will do some research, cheers!

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Hi first time here,

My current positions are

TEAM 9%

APPL 8%

MSFT 8 %

BRK.B 6.8%

AMD 5.4%

BAC 3%

FB 3%

V 3%

NVDA 2.7%

PYPL 2.5%

SQ 2.8%

ABBV 1%

CASH 45%

My YTD for the money invested is -9% for now having PYPL and TEAM as the biggest losers. I was thinking investing 20% of the cash in VTI BKB.B, AMD and JPMorgan. Any input would be appreciated.

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AVGO, QCOM, TXN, ABBV, PFE, MRK, ABT are a few good picks for the sectors you mentioned. As for other sectors, I’m currently looking at LOW, UPS, RIO, BHP, CE, RS, and a few others

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I have 70 different companies in 5 accounts.

Top holdings: JPM, NEE, and ABBV.

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#ABBV $ABBV potential double top in play 🔔 should see a move lower after this rejection from resistance/rejection from overbought RSI zone. stop loss above resistance and targeting 150.49-143.35-135.71 $penn $dkng $tlry $amc $bb https://t.co/QZCWadwDCv
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when i alerted $abbv at 135 a week ago i had ZERO idea it’d go itm 2 weeks before it’s expiration.. absolutely madness for a stock i love to trade. https://t.co/CTL3imrrY3
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✅SOLD half of $ABBV here at 107% Thanks for the alert @unusual_whales https://t.co/g8Vuo5tQt2
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$MAIN $O $JEPI and $ABBV are the positions I am adding to most right now.
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$ABBV watching for a close above $155.75.
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$ABBV 2D lookin like a nice short eyeing 7/15 150p https://t.co/MpTujPJBkk
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$500 - $25000 CHALLENGE DAY 107 Lost $155 yesterday and gained $1089 today. That’s the risk management we like! Took wins on $SPX , $MARA , $ABBV https://t.co/E0kUab85ZU
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WHO ELSE IS BANKING WITH ME ?? CALLED PUTS AT THE TOP OF $ABBV 😈
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I'm Entering $ABBV 7/1 149 PUT (TRADE IDEA) 💸 - Supply Zone 🩸 - great Put R/R https://t.co/RgRqXuP9dv
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$ABBV 149 PUT 7/1 @ 0.23 SWING / DAY TRADE 🚨
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Love finding common threads with @unusual_whales alerts $VERU alert: 7/1 14c (10% OTM) $ABBV alert: 7/1 165c (7%OTM) $TDOC alert: 7/1 43c (15% OTM) Aside from seeming degeneracy what do they have in common? They are all healthcare tickers. Outside the money. Expiring Friday.🧐 https://t.co/4eCLG7hTIy
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I took $abbv $147p @ 0.19 🐧
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