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KMB prices were up 10%? And people think inflation has subsided.

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Dividend stocks on which I can sell covered calls on a 2-week to monthly basis. My rules are whether the company has brand loyalty with some level of innovation/adaptation to the market, I believe it will still be there in 20+ years, and the CEO isn't crazy/displaying overt signs to compete stupidity.

PG, PEP, O, JPM, KHC, GIS, K, KMB, DUK, SO, JNJ, DEO are examples.

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Below are some of the notable companies coming out with earnings releases this upcoming trading week ahead which includes the date/time of release & consensus estimates courtesy of Earnings Whispers:


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Have a great trading week ahead r/StockMarket!

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Below are some of the notable companies coming out with earnings releases this upcoming trading week ahead which includes the date/time of release & consensus estimates courtesy of Earnings Whispers:


> # Monday 1.23.23 Before Market Open: > ###### (CLICK HERE FOR MONDAY'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!)

> # Monday 1.23.23 After Market Close: > ###### (CLICK HERE FOR MONDAY'S AFTER-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!)


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> # Friday 1.27.23 After Market Close: > ###### (CLICK HERE FOR FRIDAY'S AFTER-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!)


Have a great trading week ahead r/wallstreetbets!

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not crazy at all to gain some exposure, it's essentially giving you exposure to materials/commodities and add diversity to a portfolio. To heavily bet on any one trend or sector would be a bit more crazy... or at least more speculative.

Personally I would play this trend by investing in agriculture innovation, optimization/technology & equipment in companies like Corteva (optimization) or John Deere (precision agriculture). You have to be aware of the stock valuations though so I am not saying these are are buy. Just that this is how I would approach it.

Having some exposure directly to fertilizer is not a bad idea either. Many portfolios hold positions in Nutrien (NTR) or CF. They are more cyclical though and go through boom busts cycles.

https://www.deere.ca/en/agriculture/?cid=PPC_MDS_00319_01294&gclid=CjwKCAiAwomeBhBWEiwAM43YIGtfQ_t1feyuc5ST-gAxkPGyGs4NEaeBFzcWcWCMdX-PECNrKMb48BoCSNIQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds

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I learned my lesson during the Dotcom bubble. I thought I was a "F"-ing genius with QCOM and few others from 1998-2000 and all the Y2K hoopla. In mid-late Jan, there was like a 10% drop - "I am a f-ing genius, rushed in to buy the dip"; by mid March-April, lost $300K and got out it.

It taught me a valuable lesson, max out retirement accounts with low cost mutual funds and save 15% cash of yearly income for emergencies, after that than purchase blue chips (BRK.B, HON, KMB) names and reinvest dividends.

Then and only then develop a ~10 stock speculative portfolio that you did a lot of DD. For me, more than 10 are difficult to keep current.

It also taught me to have a strategy on both the upside run and to manage downside risk (if any drop by ~15-20% from my original investment dollars, I am out but will watch). After my initial lesson, I only purchased twice on the dip.

On the upside, I take profits at 25% and if its 50%, I sell 1/2 - 1/3 and let the remainder ride and not really tracking it. (Today those stocks include META, BABA, CC, AMD, and LLY.)

So when the crash happen in 2008, I was well positioned and rode it out. Retiring early 8 years ago and been enjoying the good life.

Today, I have a speculative portfolio to keep my mind active. I will ride this crash out and look for opportunities for my speculative portfolio.

Good Luck.

PS: I purchased my house right before the bubble at a fair price. I am worried today that many people are getting over-extended by purchasing an over-priced home that they really cannot afford because they really want home-ownership.

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I don’t like that big tech is still trading at a ridiculous multiple of future growth. I’m thinking mega cap consumer staples is the safe place for a while. Names like: proctor and gamble- PG Johnson and Johnson -JNJ Colgate Palmolive - CL kimberly clark - KMB

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YES, You nailed it as all industries are very good here and in the best shape ever.

OPIL company mismanagement has been the norm forever not building refineries and TRUMP telling people we are oil independent. ---- OIL---In August 2022 United States' Crude Petroleum exports accounted up to $10.4B and imports accounted up to $18.7B, resulting in a negative trade balance of $8.25B. Between August 2021 and August 2022 the exports of United States Crude Petroleum have increased by $4.1B (64.8%) from $6.32B to $10.4B, while imports increased by $5.97B (47.1%) from $12.7B to $18.7B.
WHY not include Banks? POP, HOme, Depo, Pharma. Has Jamie from JPM ever had 30% margins and operating profits before? Best ever rev and net income from corporations- GREATEST ECONOMY EVER for corporation revenues and NET Profits and most margins. CORPORATE balance sheets are the best ever as they report in 2022. America's industries look great- and very strong- PG- Procter, JNJ-Johnston, HD-Home Depo, CL-Colgate. KMB-Kimberly, MRK -Merk, BMY-Bristol, PEP & KO -pop industry, DG-Dollar General. COST Costco, ABBV-Pharma, SU, SHEL, BP, XOM -oil Industry JPM and the gouging 30% margins and greatest returns /margins ever- WFC and Citi are doing very well also, And YES, Many OIL companies have doubled rev and net.

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UNP--largest railroad, steady earnings & pretty good div

KO, same, it's Coke, And with over 200 beverage brands in its portfolio, including the eponymous Coca-Cola, Powerade sports drink, and Dasani water, Coca-Cola.

T (AT&T) has one of the better dividends but fluctuates, still I own it.

Any of the consumer goods are pretty good and not going away any time soon: PG, KMB, PEP, JNJ, etc.

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FDX UPS C KMB YUM OXY UNH WMT SO BAC

....I don't get it

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I’m 22 looking to supplement both growth and income.

This is my m1 portfolio at the moment:

ETFs:

6% VTI 2% VXUS 2% BND 6% UPRO 4% TMF 2% SCHD 2% DVY 2% FDVV 2% DGRW 2% VIGI 2% JEPI 2% QYLD 2% DIVO 2% NUSI 2% BXMX 2% SVOL 2% BAR 2% XLRE 2% FV

Stocks: 1% AMD 1% NKE 1% NVDA 1% META 1% CMCSA 1% MA 1% HD 1% BRK.B 1% JPM 1% MSFT 1% PFE 1% COST 1% V 1% ADBE 1% XOM 1% GOOGL 1% AAPL 1% BAC 1% SCHW 1% PEP 1% UNH 1% NFLX 1% DIS 1% AMZN 1% TSLA 1% VFC 1% AFL 1% WBA 1% FRT 1% IBM 1% BEN 1% ATO 1% NEE 1% ED 1% ADP 1% KMB 1% PG 1% LOW 1% WMT 1% O 1% MMM 1% CLX 1% MCD 1% KO 1% AMCR 1% MDT 1% JNJ 1% CVX 1% ABBV 1% PEP

Yes, this is convoluted, but it has outperformed the S&P 500 and the three-fund portfolio.

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GOOG

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KMB

AMZN

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divy stock - KMB (forward divy/ yield - 4.64 / 3.60%) their history holds up against the winds. a "global" stock. (kleenex , huggies , cottenelle toilet papers shit, tampons, viva,) ...more to list oh wait what bout proctor

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Calls on Kimberly-Clark (KMB) because we are all going to need Depends undergarments if things get real.

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I like to think of it as the great false hope. I would personally put JNJ, PEP, and KMB up as stronger stocks because nobody really needs an iPhone, but everyone needs meds, TP, and snacks.

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Yes, think you need to buy KMB - https://kcgiftbox.com/UserJStart.aspx
I've heard that HSY is awesome around their town, but didn't know about a formalized box. Might need to go!

Also heard that Lindt will send a bunch of chocolate if you own + live in Switzerland: https://www.lindt-spruengli.com/amfile/file/download/id/3378/file/AGM-Information-Sheet-Gift-Box-2021-E.pdf

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GIS you have to buy. Same for KMB? HSY has a box at no direct charge IF you attend the meeting.

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Yes every year starting around September! Other companies like KMB and GIS do it too I believe

This article was shared in a thread in r/dividends discussing the box which might be interesting

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No change. age 50, $1M portfolio, all index funds. No change in allocation since day 1. I had about $150k cash in roll over IRA for a long time. Have been DCA in the past 6 months buying KMB, MO, UL, MRK on red days, now down to $60k and will keep DCA if it goes further down.

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Yes, it’s oversimplification, but one that in practice is useful. I agree with you conceptually, but in my work most MMM and 3p study vendors I’m familiar with (offline sales, forced exposure, brand lift, tune-in) rely on methodologies and models that are accepted industry-wide. Looking at KMB, NCS, DISQO, Lucid, Samba (I think). Undoubtedly, results must be scrutinized and often taken with a grain of salt. But trends can persist outside siloed measurement.

While I agree the devil is in the details, in terms of tangible pursuit of growth of brand via paid spend, optimizing and tactically adjusting (and on a broader level, strategically adjusting) based on extensive historical, statistically-significant results from repeated studies facilitated by legitimate vendors will get you there if you do the right work on your end to piece it all together.

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I cannot speak for all dividend paying stocks; however, I started investing in the Honeywell DRIP program in mid-1990s after a work colleague would talk incessantly about them. I initially invested $100/month and eventually moved to $500/quarter. In the 25+ years, I never sold any until this year to re-do my kitchen and today, it is by far my largest individual holding. I added a couple of more drips over the years - KMB, NJR, APD - but nothing beats HON.

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Implied moves for earnings next week:

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$AAPL 5.4%
$AMZN 7.8%
$INTC 8.9%
$GOOGL 6.7%
$MSFT 5.6%
$META 12.9%
$SHOP 11.9%
$PINS 16.9%
$X 9.1%
$GILD 3.7%
$FSLR 9.1%
$DECK 12.9%
$DXCM 13.4%
$VRTX 4.1%
$EW 6.1%
$CAT 5.3%
$MCD 3.3%
$MA 4.9%
$LUV 5.8%
$MRK 3.5%
$WDC 9.4%
$HTZ 15.1%
$OSTK 13.8%
$AN 12.1%
$TDOC 18.1%
$F 7.6%
$NOW 8.1%
$V 5.1%
$ENPH 12.7%
$CMG 7.8%
$SPOT 12.2%
$TXN 6.1%
$FFIV 8.3%
$MAT 7.9%
$JNPR 6.3%
$BA 6.1%
$BMY 3.4%
$KHC 5.1%
$HLT 9.4%
$HOG 9.5%
$HES 5.7%
$STX 8.1%
$CME 4.0%
$GRMN 8.9%
$WING 16.2%
$CHEF 15.1%
$UPWK 21.1%
$ALGN 12.1%
$ORLY 7.3%
$VFC 8.1%
$LOGI 11.8%
$BRO 10.2%
$DFS 7.5%
$UPS 7.6%
$KO 3.5%
$GM 6.5%
$CLF 9.7%
$HAL 6.4%
$GE 6.1%
$MMM 5.2%
$JBLU 11.0%
$KMB 4.1%
$NVS 5.5%
$SHW 9.2%
$BIIB 5.4%
$TRU 10.1%
$PII 11.3%
$XRX 11.7%

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Implied moves for earnings next week:

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$AAPL 5.4%
$AMZN 7.8%
$INTC 8.9%
$GOOGL 6.7%
$MSFT 5.6%
$META 12.9%
$SHOP 11.9%
$PINS 16.9%
$X 9.1%
$GILD 3.7%
$FSLR 9.1%
$DECK 12.9%
$DXCM 13.4%
$VRTX 4.1%
$EW 6.1%
$CAT 5.3%
$MCD 3.3%
$MA 4.9%
$LUV 5.8%
$MRK 3.5%
$WDC 9.4%
$HTZ 15.1%
$OSTK 13.8%
$AN 12.1%
$TDOC 18.1%
$F 7.6%
$NOW 8.1%
$V 5.1%
$ENPH 12.7%
$CMG 7.8%
$SPOT 12.2%
$TXN 6.1%
$FFIV 8.3%
$MAT 7.9%
$JNPR 6.3%
$BA 6.1%
$BMY 3.4%
$KHC 5.1%
$HLT 9.4%
$HOG 9.5%
$HES 5.7%
$STX 8.1%
$CME 4.0%
$GRMN 8.9%
$WING 16.2%
$CHEF 15.1%
$UPWK 21.1%
$ALGN 12.1%
$ORLY 7.3%
$VFC 8.1%
$LOGI 11.8%
$BRO 10.2%
$DFS 7.5%
$UPS 7.6%
$KO 3.5%
$GM 6.5%
$CLF 9.7%
$HAL 6.4%
$GE 6.1%
$MMM 5.2%
$JBLU 11.0%
$KMB 4.1%
$NVS 5.5%
$SHW 9.2%
$BIIB 5.4%
$TRU 10.1%
$PII 11.3%
$XRX 11.7%

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Kimberly-Clark (KMB) is a large manufacturer of adult incontinence products. Low beta, so probably not a good option candidate. High dividend, so more of a boomer stock.

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I have a few rules.

  1. Never trade during the first 45 minutes of market open and last 30 minutes before close. Those are the most volatile times, which you don't want. Volatility is not your friend. And no matter how tempted you are, stay away.

  2. Only trade mega caps and preferably high profitability companies like FAANG. I am looking for stocks that trade generally in a 1-3% range. Meaning: they usually don't move up or down more or less than 3% in a day. ABSOLUTELY NO SMALL CAPS and even most large caps.

  3. Stay away from stocks that are up or down more than 5% in one day. A company does not and should not lose more than 5% in a day in market cap with no news. No news is your friend.

  4. Look at overall market (S&P, Nasdaq, Dow) and see if they're up or down for the day and how much. The best is when it's not volatile and it's up/down 0.2-0.9% pre market. The closer to 0% (flat) the better.

  5. Look at the industry the stock you are looking to trade is in. For example, let's say you find CHD as a good option for scalp trading that day. See how much it is up/down on the day and then look at their competitors and other companies in the industry (PG, CLX, KMB, MKC, CL, UL, etc). Yahoo finance shows these on the side. As long as they're all trading in the same range more or less and have the same movement, you're good to go.

  6. Realize that it's unlikely you'll time it EXACTLY right but you will get pretty close which is good enough. Basically it's very simple. Imagine a flat day for stocks and you're looking at AMZN. All of a sudden AMZN drops by 0.7% over a 30-60 second period. That's exactly when you buy in. Very good chance it bounces back by 0.1-0.3%. Sell then. Don't get agitated if you only make 0.1% on trades. Profit is profit.

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Kmb is way down, up premarket.

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What are you basing that on?

There’s been actual research and experimentation on this topic. It generally points to secure housing being both effective and cheaper relative to the strain homelessness places on other systems

It’s like there’s this maddening tendency for people to confuse ruthlessness with rationality and assume the cruel answer must be the objective one. Then just discard evidence to the contrary or worse actively obstruct further experimentation

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AAPL, ABBV, ADC, AOS, APD, AVB, BCE, BMY, BX, CMI, CSCO, CVX, DOW, DUK, EBAY, EPD, GD, GILD, GIS, GOOGL, HD, INGR, KMB, LEG, MCD, MMP, MRK, PEP, PRU, QCOM, RIO, STAG, TD, TROW, UGI, UL, UPS, VFC, VZ, WM and WPC.

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Calls on KMB?

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Dude chill I just don’t care lmao. I’m not short or long on your dream stock. The world does not revolve around your portfolio so stop believing everyone in this Reddit bothers to keep up with Bbby. We don’t. Now if your going to continue crying maybe you should go long on $KMBimg

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$SCHD for ETFs $XOM for energy $BLK for financials $ABBV for healthcare $KMB and $KR for consumer cyclicals $AAPL for tech $LMT for industrials $T for telecom $O for real estate

There's a lot more, but if I had to make a concentrated portfolio of ~10% of each I'd do those. Also this Aubree's you can buy fractional shares, as stocks like BLK are expensive

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Some safe long term buy and hold forever stocks I own

PG, KMB, JNJ, WMT, CHD, MCD, HSY, PEP, UNP, V.

If you are playing with individual stocks it is highly recommended that you diversify and don't put more than 5-10% in one stock. If you're new though and plan on contributing a lot more money to your account then diversification right now isn't that important

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In USD I am 10.3% plus in my gambler portfolio and 4.02% plus on my DGI portfolio this year so far. XIRR return for the gambler portfolio since 2019 is 22.3%, for DGI since 2014 it is 10.41% (in USD).

If interested, this is my current portfolio, some small loser and much big winners: gambler portfolioDGI Portfolio

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You may want to post at r/dividends.

I do not know the individuals stocks, but I started investing in HON and KMB in the early 1990 via their DRIP program. Initially $100/month then moved to $500/quarter. Today, HON is by far my largest individual stock holding - I only sold 100 shares late last year to remodel our kitchen.

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>My Portfolio will consist of; AAPL AMD AMZN AXP BAC BLK BX CMCSA DIS ENB GOOGL HSY JPM KMB MSFT O PEP TGT VOO VZ

Why? Did you throw darts to choose those stocks or just pick what everyone else thinks is hot?

https://www.reddit.com/r/personalfinance/wiki/commontopics

https://www.reddit.com/r/personalfinance/wiki/index#wiki_investing

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Other Earnings Reports I compiled for pre-market:

  • GM had earning miss; revenue beat. "GM CFO Paul Jacobson said Tuesday that demand for its vehicles remains "quite strong" although its latest quarter was hampered by inflation and "late-breaking semiconductor challenges." "Right now, all the data that we're looking at ... haven't shown any signs of weakness"

  • Raytheon was earnings beat but market not happy on guidance; company warned of supply chain, inflation and labor woes in the near term. "The firm reaffirmed its outlook for full-year 2022, expecting sales of $67.75B - $68.75B vs. $68.29B consensus; adjusted EPS of $4.60 - $4.80 vs. $4.77 consensus; and FCF of ~$6B. [...] Plans share repurchase of at least $2.5B."

  • 3M saw narrow beat, shares up 4% pre-market as of 9AM EST. The company cut its full-year guidance for adjusted EPS to $10.30-$10.80 from $10.75-$11.25 previously, in line with $10.50 analyst consensus estimate, and now expects sales growth to decline by 0.5%-2.5%, or ~$34.5B-$35.2B, compared with its prior outlook for positive growth of 1%-4% and previous consensus of $35.4B. Announcing health spin-off.

  • GE saw beat too: "[GE] tracked higher in premarket trading by 3.9% after the firm presented stronger than anticipated Q2 earnings. [...] GE’s Q2 free cash flow fell to positive $162M from $199M but surpassed the forecast outlook for negative $806M."

  • KMB beat but lowers guidance on profits due to higher costs, raises sales guidance. Shares are down.

  • Not earnings, but Shopify indicated that it plans to cut ~1K or 10% of its global workforce across all its divisions as it pulls back on e-commerce growth it had seen amidst the pandemic. Shares down 12% pre-market.

  • Logitech misses on both revenue/earnings: "[It] reduced its Fiscal Year 2023 outlook to between negative 8 percent and negative 4 percent sales growth in constant currency (+0.8% consensus), and between $650 million and $750 million in non-GAAP operating income. The Company’s previous outlook was between 2 and 4 percent sales growth in constant currency, and $875 million to $925 million in non-GAAP operating income."

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  • KO/MCD earnings are in; big beats.

  • KO: "For Q2, KO posted non-GAAP EPS of $0.70, three cents above expectations. Pricing actions were credited with sustaining the bottom line as its price/mix metric jumped 12%. Meanwhile, an 11.9% jump in revenue pushed $730M above expectations, bolstered by an 8% jump in case volume. KO expects organic revenue growth of 12% to 13% versus a prior anticipation of 7% to 8% growth. Comparable EPS growth of 5% to 6% was maintained"

  • MCD: The fast-food chain delivered Q2 Non-GAAP EPS of $2.55 which topped forecasts by $0.08 but missed on revenue by $100M, as MCD reported $5.72B. Global comparable sales increased 9.7%, reflecting positive comparable sales across all segments - U.S. increased 3.7%.

  • GM had earning miss; revenue beat. "GM CFO Paul Jacobson said Tuesday that demand for its vehicles remains "quite strong" although its latest quarter was hampered by inflation and "late-breaking semiconductor challenges." "Right now, all the data that we're looking at ... haven't shown any signs of weakness"

  • Raytheon was earnings beat but market not happy on guidance; company warned of supply chain, inflation and labor woes in the near term. "The firm reaffirmed its outlook for full-year 2022, expecting sales of $67.75B - $68.75B vs. $68.29B consensus; adjusted EPS of $4.60 - $4.80 vs. $4.77 consensus; and FCF of ~$6B. [...] Plans share repurchase of at least $2.5B."

  • 3M saw narrow beat, shares up 4% pre-market as of 9AM EST. The company cut its full-year guidance for adjusted EPS to $10.30-$10.80 from $10.75-$11.25 previously, in line with $10.50 analyst consensus estimate, and now expects sales growth to decline by 0.5%-2.5%, or ~$34.5B-$35.2B, compared with its prior outlook for positive growth of 1%-4% and previous consensus of $35.4B. Announcing health spin-off.

  • GE saw beat too: "[GE] tracked higher in premarket trading by 3.9% after the firm presented stronger than anticipated Q2 earnings. [...] GE’s Q2 free cash flow fell to positive $162M from $199M but surpassed the forecast outlook for negative $806M."

  • KMB beat but lowers guidance on profits due to higher costs, raises sales guidance. Shares are down.

  • Not earnings, but Shopify indicated that it plans to cut ~1K or 10% of its global workforce across all its divisions as it pulls back on e-commerce growth it had seen amidst the pandemic. Shares down 12% pre-market.

  • Logitech misses on both revenue/earnings: "[It] reduced its Fiscal Year 2023 outlook to between negative 8 percent and negative 4 percent sales growth in constant currency (+0.8% consensus), and between $650 million and $750 million in non-GAAP operating income. The Company’s previous outlook was between 2 and 4 percent sales growth in constant currency, and $875 million to $925 million in non-GAAP operating income."

Edit: Will keep updating

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I would go long companies that make cleaning supplies and PPE. CLX, PG, CL, KMB, HON

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$kmb stuff she understands

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Boring stuff like JNJ, KMB, PEP, KO, GILD, HII, O (love O - pays monthly), CMI, NRG.

I also have some that are down as well - some even that are down double-digits. I've been averaging down on those, knowing that future me will be grateful for that choice. Overall, I'm sitting on about 6% unrealized losses. Definitely not what I'd love to see, but considering I began investing in individual stocks only last year, it's not too bad either.

Stuff people around here often refer to as "boomer stocks" - even though I'm a GenXer. They aren't going to give me exciting returns, but they have predictable income and fairly stable prices.

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Looks like you've got 2 telecom and 2 real estate stocks. Due to the threat of a recession you might want to look into either consumer cyclicals or healthcare, both sectors do pretty well in downward market conditions.

Consumer cyclicals: $KR- kroger stores, a grocery chain. $KMB- Kimberly Clark, household paper products manufacturer, $PEP- Pepsi co, snack food and drink products manufacturer.

Healthcare: $JNJ- Johnson & Johnson- medical supplies manufacturer. $ABBV- medication and pharma company.

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I'm going long KMB cause there's going to be a lot of Bulls buying Kleenex next week to wipe away all their tears.

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long KMB because they make Kleenex for the self-service industry, and Depends for the receptive half of the Grindr crowd

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do you have a sheet with EarningsTtm for all 500+ S&P500 tickers? i am not sure where to find the mistake

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$KMB - Kleenex?

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Category 2 (part 1)

|Ticker|Name|Sector|Price|Market cap|P/E|Earnings date| :--|:--|:--|--:|--:|:-:|--:| |PEP|PepsiCo, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|166.13|229705133541|22.72|07/12/2022| |FRC|First Republic Bank|Financial|146.91|26397435862|18.67|07/12/2022| |WFC|Wells Fargo & Company|Financial|40.76|154494741158|8.48|07/13/2022| |BLK|BlackRock, Inc.|Financial|647.78|98140747334|16.28|07/13/2022| |FAST|Fastenal Company|Industrials|51.9|29873957468|30.45|07/13/2022| |DAL|Delta Air Lines, Inc.|Industrials|31.2|20001010089|39.53|07/13/2022| |JPM|JPMorgan Chase & Co.|Financial|117.32|344574705103|8.71|07/14/2022| |MS|Morgan Stanley|Financial|77.82|136129202526|9.9|07/14/2022| |CAG|Conagra Brands, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|34.1|16363743587|15.84|07/14/2022| |UNH|UnitedHealth Group Incorporated|Healthcare|495.64|464995385566|27.13|07/15/2022| |SCHW|The Charles Schwab Corporation|Financial|64.43|122181895508|23.33|07/15/2022| |C|Citigroup Inc.|Financial|47.86|92940292385|5.64|07/15/2022| |USB|U.S. Bancorp|Financial|47.52|70602365480|10.24|07/15/2022| |PNC|The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.|Financial|162.84|67347479673|13.79|07/15/2022| |BK|The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation|Financial|43.6|35220000287|10.8|07/15/2022| |STT|State Street Corporation|Financial|66.27|24328723071|8.98|07/15/2022| |BAC|Bank of America Corporation|Financial|32.31|260317803864|9.21|07/18/2022| |IBM|International Business Machines Corporation|Technology|142.06|127773776522|23.34|07/18/2022| |GS|The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.|Financial|302.75|103978488425|5.88|07/18/2022| |PLD|Prologis, Inc.|Real Estate|122.59|90749328819|24.55|07/18/2022| |PPG|PPG Industries, Inc.|Basic Materials|121.01|28576282085|26.87|07/18/2022| |JBHT|J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc.|Industrials|162.15|16990611455|20.11|07/18/2022| |JNJ|Johnson & Johnson|Healthcare|182.29|479678252913|24.55|07/19/2022| |NFLX|Netflix, Inc.|Communication Services|190.85|84789657441|17.32|07/19/2022| |TFC|Truist Financial Corporation|Financial|49.22|65532149485|10.99|07/19/2022| |HCA|HCA Healthcare, Inc.|Healthcare|182.33|53875652960|8.58|07/19/2022| |HAL|Halliburton Company|Energy|30.95|27916157888|17.88|07/19/2022| |CFG|Citizens Financial Group, Inc.|Financial|37.03|18346361072|7.85|07/19/2022| |DOV|Dover Corporation|Industrials|123.22|17763814323|16.03|07/19/2022| |SYF|Synchrony Financial|Financial|29.54|14813982565|4.01|07/19/2022| |OMC|Omnicom Group Inc.|Communication Services|64.6|13290325646|10.7|07/19/2022| |UAL|United Airlines Holdings, Inc.|Industrials|38.51|12582406410|#N/A|07/19/2022| |SBNY|Signature Bank|Financial|192.14|12090987802|11.25|07/19/2022| |GL|Globe Life Inc.|Financial|99.16|9777135705|13.86|07/20/2022| |KO|The Coca-Cola Company|Consumer Defensive|63.04|273280169088|26.59|07/20/2022| |TXN|Texas Instruments Incorporated|Technology|155.95|143806732105|17.83|07/20/2022| |ANTM|Anthem, Inc.|Healthcare|469.87|113278466811|18.5|07/20/2022| |CCI|Crown Castle International Corp.|Real Estate|174.99|75776202062|52.05|07/20/2022| |CSX|CSX Corporation|Industrials|29.57|64292837966|16.8|07/20/2022| |KMI|Kinder Morgan, Inc.|Energy|16.48|37367937522|36.42|07/20/2022| |MTB|M&T Bank Corporation|Financial|166.64|29898115426|12.73|07/20/2022| |BKR|Baker Hughes Company|Energy|28.47|29186503786|87.11|07/20/2022| |DFS|Discover Financial Services|Financial|99.17|27863308452|5.84|07/20/2022| |NDAQ|Nasdaq, Inc.|Financial|159.28|26229863854|22.87|07/20/2022| |LVS|Las Vegas Sands Corp.|Consumer Cyclical|33.43|25544167446|13.83|07/20/2022| |EFX|Equifax Inc.|Industrials|184.83|22611196757|29.89|07/20/2022| |NTRS|Northern Trust Corporation|Financial|97.12|20237846748|13.47|07/20/2022| |STX|Seagate Technology Holdings plc|Technology|74.15|15930675512|9.12|07/20/2022| |NVR|NVR, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|4049.72|13322226097|10.81|07/20/2022| |IPG|The Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc.|Communication Services|27.98|11014726933|10.94|07/20/2022| |MKTX|MarketAxess Holdings Inc.|Financial|277.64|10478689432|43.57|07/20/2022| |CMA|Comerica Incorporated|Financial|76.52|10005777717|10.56|07/20/2022| |DHR|Danaher Corporation|Healthcare|256.83|186735150464|29.74|07/21/2022| |PM|Philip Morris International Inc.|Consumer Defensive|103.4|160281272965|17.9|07/21/2022| |T|AT&T Inc.|Communication Services|20.99|150267408361|8.86|07/21/2022| |UNP|Union Pacific Corporation|Industrials|215.78|135515276889|20.48|07/21/2022| |MMC|Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.|Financial|158.83|79718953890|25.15|07/21/2022| |ISRG|Intuitive Surgical, Inc.|Healthcare|209.67|75262387730|46.73|07/21/2022| |PGR|The Progressive Corporation|Financial|115.99|67842549750|31.53|07/21/2022| |COF|Capital One Financial Corporation|Financial|110.09|43270939114|4.33|07/21/2022| |TRV|The Travelers Companies, Inc.|Financial|166.72|40006298212|10.54|07/21/2022| |CTAS|Cintas Corporation|Industrials|379.18|38799554832|33.47|07/21/2022| |DOW|Dow Inc.|Basic Materials|53.14|38691329207|5.79|07/21/2022| |DHI|D.R. Horton, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|67.69|23828925097|4.85|07/21/2022| |TSCO|Tractor Supply Company|Consumer Cyclical|202.97|22708608488|23.29|07/21/2022| |WRB|W. R. Berkley Corporation|Financial|68.03|18041099875|13.73|07/21/2022| |KEY|KeyCorp|Financial|17.83|16625956075|7.21|07/21/2022| |DGX|Quest Diagnostics Incorporated|Healthcare|140.31|16467482863|9.35|07/21/2022| |VZ|Verizon Communications Inc.|Communication Services|50.96|214013803435|9.91|07/22/2022| |NEE|NextEra Energy, Inc.|Utilities|78.02|153270205385|105.92|07/22/2022| |AXP|American Express Company|Financial|146.15|110059772863|14.64|07/22/2022| |SLB|Schlumberger Limited|Energy|35.06|49555909541|23.98|07/22/2022| |ROP|Roper Technologies, Inc.|Industrials|407.71|43181625240|15.09|07/22/2022| |RF|Regions Financial Corporation|Financial|19.49|18213398939|8.09|07/22/2022| |TSLA|Tesla, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|737.12|763662949021|99.63|07/25/2022| |LMT|Lockheed Martin Corporation|Industrials|419.04|111509395745|18.5|07/25/2022| |CDNS|Cadence Design Systems, Inc.|Technology|157.62|43465132233|58.87|07/25/2022| |OTIS|Otis Worldwide Corporation|Industrials|70.86|29959218528|24.39|07/25/2022| |AMP|Ameriprise Financial, Inc.|Financial|249.29|27398067138|9.57|07/25/2022| |ARE|Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.|Real Estate|143.53|23426664987|52.19|07/25/2022| |PKI|PerkinElmer, Inc.|Healthcare|145.53|18358391051|23.49|07/25/2022| |BRO|Brown & Brown, Inc.|Financial|59.06|16671043767|27.4|07/25/2022| |PKG|Packaging Corporation of America|Consumer Cyclical|140.6|13174385073|14.33|07/25/2022| |HAS|Hasbro, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|85.74|11955791078|31.84|07/25/2022| |FFIV|F5, Inc.|Technology|158.47|9583001083|27.93|07/25/2022| |WHR|Whirlpool Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|166.35|9349262929|6.21|07/25/2022| |UHS|Universal Health Services, Inc.|Healthcare|108.77|8092332209|9.53|07/25/2022| |AAPL|Apple Inc.|Technology|141.66|2292791241471|23.03|07/26/2022| |MSFT|Microsoft Corporation|Technology|267.7|2002137493096|27.93|07/26/2022| |GOOG|Alphabet Inc.|Communication Services|2370.76|1557354470100|21.82|07/26/2022| |V|Visa Inc.|Financial|205.51|428111227706|38.79|07/26/2022| |UPS|United Parcel Service, Inc.|Industrials|183.3|160161328796|14.95|07/26/2022| |AMD|Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.|Technology|87.08|141113752527|32.49|07/26/2022| |RTX|Raytheon Technologies Corporation|Industrials|94.2|140095554261|33.88|07/26/2022| |SBUX|Starbucks Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|78.11|89584359700|20.91|07/26/2022| |MDLZ|Mondelez International, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|62.65|86702778061|21.03|07/26/2022| |CB|Chubb Limited|Financial|194.53|82424558671|10.36|07/26/2022| |SYK|Stryker Corporation|Healthcare|204.43|77306019450|38.8|07/26/2022| |MMM|3M Company|Industrials|134.33|76441669645|13.99|07/26/2022| |GE|General Electric Company|Industrials|67.08|73832543135|#N/A|07/26/2022| |WM|Waste Management, Inc.|Industrials|150.31|62402668524|33.15|07/26/2022| |FISV|Fiserv, Inc.|Technology|94.19|60883852438|36.82|07/26/2022| |BSX|Boston Scientific Corporation|Healthcare|38.02|54352290074|72.37|07/26/2022| |CNC|Centene Corporation|Healthcare|82.95|48516374865|32.91|07/26/2022| |ECL|Ecolab Inc.|Basic Materials|159.65|45604834971|41.63|07/26/2022| |KMB|Kimberly-Clark Corporation|Consumer Defensive|134.46|45303004992|25.96|07/26/2022| |ADM|Archer-Daniels-Midland Company|Consumer Defensive|74.52|41932975915|13.74|07/26/2022| |IQV|IQVIA Holdings Inc.|Healthcare|213.8|40467850777|38.55|07/26/2022| |CMG|Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|1329.02|37162642554|55.25|07/26/2022| |MSCI|MSCI Inc.|Financial|432.06|35050016143|47.4|07/26/2022| |PCAR|PACCAR Inc|Industrials|84.21|29278401953|14.8|07/26/2022| |GLW|Corning Incorporated|Technology|32.76|27669497530|26.24|07/26/2022| |EQR|Equity Residential|Real Estate|71.82|27007329143|20.1|07/26/2022| |ENPH|Enphase Energy, Inc.|Technology|198.39|26788244515|170.95|07/26/2022| |DTE|DTE Energy Company|Utilities|122.91|23812473490|26.46|07/26/2022| |ROK|Rockwell Automation, Inc.|Industrials|201.06|23375536906|36.57|07/26/2022| |EXR|Extra Space Storage Inc.|Real Estate|172.37|23145808470|27.92|07/26/2022| |MPWR|Monolithic Power Systems, Inc.|Technology|419.41|19562544994|72.97|07/26/2022| |SWK|Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.|Industrials|111.16|16781225488|13.4|07/26/2022| |TER|Teradyne, Inc.|Technology|97.12|15558906088|18.16|07/26/2022| |BXP|Boston Properties, Inc.|Real Estate|92|14417522400|26.31|07/26/2022| |IEX|IDEX Corporation|Industrials|185.56|14103597094|29.74|07/26/2022| |CHRW|C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc.|Industrials|103.86|13217857223|14.66|07/26/2022| |NLOK|NortonLifeLock Inc.|Technology|22.46|13028239154|15.88|07/26/2022| |PHM|PulteGroup, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|40.39|9597742267|4.93|07/26/2022| |JNPR|Juniper Networks, Inc.|Technology|29.15|9418230786|28.45|07/26/2022| |ZION|Zions Bancorporation, National Association|Financial|53.33|8071959748|8.68|07/26/2022| |IVZ|Invesco Ltd.|Financial|17.36|7899241221|6.1|07/26/2022|

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KMB and PG for diapers play. They are actually pretty profitable segment (20%)

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How will they survive with their massive ad budget on every single KMB bus now.

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KMB. Sales of depends are down as part of the covid aftermath.

Also I'm from the future, apparently.

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$KMB

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also KMB has been bae

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Buy KMB, for the Depends!

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Honestly my moves are pick up etfs and dollar cost average on ibm, kmb, xom. Market has been too volatile for interesting yolo plays. Sorry bros rather be safe

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$KMB calls...

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There is so many better places to investment over Zoom. Take Google. They have multiple moats and the moats are really deep.

But then it is also really cheap. With just spectalcular financials. Just in the last three years their FCF growth rates have been 36%, 38% and 56%.

https://www.macrotrends.net/stocks/charts/GOOG/alphabet/free-cash-flow

Google is the ideal type of investment. A company that has incredibly valuable assets that have yet been fully moentized. It creates a runway to keep the growth going. Plus Google keeps adding new ones. So for example yesterday we got.

https://youtu.be/kmbISGc65Vs

But the biggest and not nearly talked about enough is Google DeepMind units breakthrough in terms of AGI.

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Calls on $KMB

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15x KMB $125.00 Put 6/17 at $1 a piece (pulled out all my money last week but deposited this small amount because this play is just too good. Wish I had more to play with)

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Not saying that P/E of 27 won’t take a haircut but KMB is a consumer staple Dividend Aristocrat. Probably some easier puts out there.

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Market is shitting the bed while Kimberly Clark (ticker KMB) the toilet paper manufacturer is chillin at ATH
Definitely going all in on PUTS tomorrow

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There is a shortage on Baby formula right now but the market hasn't been reflecting it.

I've been watching $ABT & $KMB just in case.

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KMB up on all the shits being taken

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>KMB is weathering this storm nicely

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Companies, especially high dividend ones, who sells products people will buy regardless of the economy, ie. Utilities, telecom, consumer staples, food manufacturers (this all assumes you can find the stocks at fair or below fair prices…)

Ie. I have no intention of selling my pep, ko, pg, KMB, mmm, cpb, gis, T or vz

Also reits are getting cheaper, this is in many cases an overreaction and personally I will probably extend some of my reit positions. Reits usually deal with inflation just fine (but maybe look for diversified reits)

Lastly some banks are getting quite cheap right now imho… eventually they will bounce big time

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KMB

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KMB

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When people use the company’s name as a term, that just shows how strong the brand is.

$GOOGL: “Just Google it” instead of “Just search it up”

$JNJ: “I need a Band-Aid” instead of “I need a bandage” (Band-Aid is a brand for bandages owned by Johnson & Johnson)

$KMB: “Pass me the Kleenex” instead of “Pass me the tissue” (People still say Kleenex even though the tissue they are using is not from Kleenex)

$UL: Unilever owns the brand Popsicle, yet everybody refers to every ice on a stick as a “Popsicle”

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Was going to guess off the top of my head but then realized I can just log in an see what I bought:

JEPI, SWK, SCHD, MS, CSCO, GPC, VOO, TD, DOV, VZ, NEE, FITB, KMB.

All DCA.

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KMB. Figured we still need toilet papers and baby diapers when shit hits fan.

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Just sold half my CHD (and KMB and CLX too) today to buy VTI lol

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Exactly. OP probably looking at KMB calls.

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Some implied moves for earnings next week - 337 companies reporting:

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$NFLX 9.6%
$TSLA 7.4%
$SNAP 17.2%
$ISRG 5.7%
$AA 8.8%
$LRCX 6.5%
$IBM 5.1%
$IBKR 8.7%
$ASML 5.6%
$ABT 4.0%
$PG 3.3%
$PPG 4.9%
$SAM 12.2%
$AXP 5.0%
$CLF 9.4%
$KMB 3.8%
$NDAQ 5.7%
$ANTM 4.1%
$RCI 7.6%
$UAL 6.9%
$CSX 4.4%
$THC 10.6%
$CVNA 19.0%
$WHR 7.1%
$EFX 9.5%
$CCI 6.1%
$T 3.6%
$AAL 6.8%
$FCX 5.9%
$PM 3.4%
$AN 12.0%
$TSCO 5.5%
$BAC 4.9%
$JNJ 2.5%
$HAL 5.8%
$HAS 8.9%
$SI 21.8%
$LMT 4.3%
$TRV 5.5%
$SCHW 4.9%
$BK 4.9%
$SYF 5.6%
$JBHT 9.0%

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KMB … toilet paper, paper towels, baby wipes, pads……… my 2 cents.

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KMB is the other large player.

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SXBOT--robots

MARSRUS--Mars Condos--Musk is still alive and well

HEDSPC--get a chip for the head and live in the virtual world

KMB--we'll still need toilet paper

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I am; I have a portfolio made almost entirely on blue-chip dividend growth stocks, spread across ~34 positions in 6-7 sectors. Currently up about 3% in the past 3 months, 12% in the past 6 months. Beating all 3 indexes.

Positions are: $A, $AAPL, $ABBV, $AFL, $ALL, $AVGO, $CLX, $CVX, $ENB, $EPD, $FLO, $HII, $JNJ, $KMB, $KO, $KR, $LMT, $LOW, $MAIN, $MDT, $MO, $MRK, $MS, $MSFT, $O, $OKE, $PEP, $PFE, $PG, $STAG, $T, $TGT, $TROW, and $XOM

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> You have to find something that was not affected by covid

KMB and toilet paper, apparently

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I was in my late 20's and work colleague talked endlessly about Honeywell (HON) and Larry Bossidy - so I started investing in their DRIP - initially $100/month then move to $500/quarter. I expanded after than to other DRIPs (APD, KMB, INTC). I started reading and thought I was smart enough to do it myself. I sold APD, KMB, INTC and got caught up in the dot com boom.

I thought I was a "F"-ing genius with QCOM and few others from 1998-2000 and all the Y2K hoopla. In mid-late Jan, there was like a 10% drop - "I am a f-ing genius, rushed in to buy the dip"; by mid March-April, lost $300K and got out it.

It taught me a valuable lesson, max out retirement accounts with low cost mutual funds and save 15% cash of yearly income for emergencies, after that than purchase blue chips names and reinvest dividends. SLOW and STEADY WINS THE RACE.

Luckily, I held on to HON and continued to invest. Outside my retirement accounts, it is my largest holding. I have only sold once to re-do my kitchen last year.

Good Luck.

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So your DD rates KMB (the maker of "Depends") a solid buy?

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$KMB (Depend undergarments)

$ABT (Ensure nutritional beverages)

Anything related to golf and RVs.

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Is there a reason that I'm missing to not invest in KMB?

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GDDY

HD

KMB

CVNA

CCL

RCL

All of these companies don't produce anywhere near what they are promised to. They are riddled with cheap debt and when their debt comes due they will have to pay a huge premium to get new debt. I personally think this is going to be the main reason to the next recession. All of the companies I mention are large 10+billion dollar companies.

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Consumer sector- $KO/$PEP, $KMB, $PG, $MO, $LOW

Health sector- $JNJ, $ABBV

Industrials sector- $LMT, $HII

Tech sector- $AAPL/$MSFT, $AVGO

Telecom sector- $T

Financials sector- $TROW, $BLK

Energy sector- $XOM, $CVX

Some of these are higher yield than others, but they all sport a consistent dividend payout and strong annual dividend growth, except $T, which is cutting its dividend soon due to their split off/spin off, but it's still a strong company that isn't going to crash and burn.

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I think you’re reading into it a little much. Basically what I’m saying is if Microsoft, Coca-Cola, Nvidia, 3M, VTI, WMT, HD, CL, PG, KMB, JNJ, Amazon, PFE, HAS, ABBV, and other such stocks all go to zero then we have bigger problems.

I can assure you whenever you are drafted and clearing buildings over seas (or in the U.S.) that you are not going to give a rats ass about the $10,000’s you lost by investing in 2022.

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BCA Research:

"We assign an uncomfortably high 10% chance of a civilization ending nuclear war in the next 12 months."

Also, "Despite the risk of nuclear war, it makes sense to stay constructive on stocks over the next 12 months. If an ICBM is heading your way, the size and composition of your portfolio becomes irrelevant."

Lol

https://twitter.com/JayRoge87644704/status/1500036406609121282?t=kmbR6-iAfIvAg3VZr9sIMw&s=19

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Calls on $GSK... The room smells like Polident and Poligrip.

With a side of $KMB for the Depends.

$CLX for the aides who have to deal with the Code Browns.

Breathe deep the scent of the Establishment! And opportunity for tendies!

'Merica! 😂 /S

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Here is my list presented in order of under to over priced in my opinion. Spoiler - You'll be sad when they get called away if you buy the undervalued ones.

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ENB

MO

WU

BTI

GILD

ABBV

IBM

PM

UNM

XOM

VTRS

AMGN

LEG

BEN

UGI

MMM

xle

WBA

Ul

EFA

MRK

T

jpm

BMO

PFE

KHC

VZ

CLX

KMB

HD

DUK

SO

PEP

SJM

SBUX

ITW

OZK

INTC

xlp

CAH

BMY

K

MET

KO

ED

MDT

TROW

MDLZ

csco

IVZ

LMT

xlre

BAC

xlu

AOS

cpb

HRL

xlf

CAT

MCD

D

JNJ

APD

HON

PBCT

NEE

CMCSA

LHX

RHHBY

BLK

PG

CL

MDT

xlb

GPC

GD

xlv

ATO

SYY

ROST

UPS

cinf

SHW

ADM

lin

RTX

SWK

xli

SPY

hsy

EMR

LOW

MKC

ABT

WM

CB

DIS

xlk

BDX

NKE

WMT

PPG

LRLCY

CHD

EXPD

TGT

xlc

WFC

ALB

SPGI

xly

AAPL

BRO

ROP

WST

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First time ever as I can remember market goes down and my stocks do not. I do two strategies:

  1. Carry Strategy (dividend stocks): YTD -0.8%. Contains ABBV,AVGO,CAT,CLX,CMI,CSCO,CTVA,DD,DOW,EMR,F,FE,GILD,GIS,HST,IBM,IFF,JNJ,K,KD,KMB,LMT,LUMN,MET,MRK,NUE,O,OGN,ONL,OXY,PFE,PFG,PM,PRU,SLB,T,TRI,VTRS,VZ
  2. Momentum and growth, my playground: YTD +3.13%. Contains AA,AEG,ANDE,AR,ARCB,ARCH,BBAR,BG,BIG,BP,CEIX,CENX,CEPU,CLS,CMC,COWN,DAR,E,HBM,HIMX,HUN,KMX,LPI,MLI,MT,MUSA,PTR,SHEL,RUSHA,SM,SMCI,TBI,TMST,TPH,TROX,TRQ,UVE,VIST,VTOL,WFG,ZIM

Almost no tech, some energy, all sectors. 80 titles, shit, that is a lot. I don't like to sell, my motto: hold as long as possible... but not longer.

BTW: I explained my carry strategy rules here: I am a robot

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3M does still have the boxes. They're around $25 to $30.

KMB has boxes too.

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I have a bunch of boring ass dividend stocks as well. They’ve been killing it in 2022 Lol. LMT CPB CAG GIS PG

Looking to pick up some MMM, KMB and CLX stocks soon betting on them overcoming the, hopefully short term, challenges they face (I don’t care if they slow down dividend increases for some years to recover)

Anyways I’m hoping for the news that Buffett is buying FB shares haha

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This is from a dividend growth point of view, I own all of these so there's a bit of bias, but the takeaway is to find a company that will be boring and safe with good fundamentals.

Healthcare: $JNJ- not weighed down by the threat of patent expiration (at least to an extent of other beloved companies in the sector), has a pretty good moat with medical treatment products.

Consumer cyclicals: $KMB- Massive moat and product line, paper-based products like diapers, tissues, and TP; pretty much always going to be bought. $KO or $PEP- large food and drinks product lines, something people will almost always buy, either as a treat or daily life foodstuff.

Energy: $XOM or $CVX- both are your run off the mill large oil companies looking into expanding into green energy as well, with pretty good plans as well.

Real estate: $O- safe, pretty popular, and grows rather well. Not much to say past that.

Financials: $TROW- has something like $1.5 trillion of assets being managed, recently took a pretty big hit just for a bad protection of future growth, so pretty appealing.

Industrials: $LMT- could see some growth from whatever comes out of the Russia-ukraine situation. Also very safe with how our military budget is.

Communications: $T- is pretty much this or $VZ but Verizon has pretty subpar growth, and $T had the potential spinoff with discovery. Keep an eye on whether or not it's a spinoff or split off though.

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KMB for a swing trade? Looks way oversold on stochastics and hitting a massive support level. 🤔

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If you're under 30 (or even 40) it's too conservative/seems to entirely prioritize yield, including companies that have been stagnant for various reasons (VZ, BMY, COL, KMB, etc) If you have companies that have gone nowhere for years, not going to expect much in the way of dividend growth or price appreciation and if the stagnant price is due to company issues, how secure is the dividend over the long-term? Countless posts about T and "the big dividend yield!" a couple of years ago on here, now they've cut the dividend and the stock is down about 40% from where it started 2020. Being conservative with some of your portfolio is just fine, but if you're young, I don't know that a portfolio that would be more appropriate for someone in retirement age will be able to meet your long-term goals.

"3. Realty Income", "10. WP Carey" - if rates are going higher, how are triple net lease REITs going to do?

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Of course you can pick stocks with more risk than the SP500. But my point is the SPY is not company nor sector nor industry diversified. Big past growers make up way too much space and this is a big risk. A risk that paid good until 2020 but one day will take its price.

If you want to know what stocks I hold here is the list of my divi portfolio (some are spin-offs): ABBV,AVGO,CAT,CLX,CMI,CSCO,CTVA,DD,DOW,EMR,F,FE,GILD,GIS,HST,IBM,IFF,JNJ,K,KD,KMB,LMT,LUMN,MET,MRK,NUE,O,OGN,ONL,OXY,PFE,PFG,PM,PRU,SLB,T,TRI,VTRS,VZ

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KMB looks like a buy, but I'm not confident in anything so I'm laying low today. These earnings dips are making for sweet swing trades for somebody.

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Sigh. Guess I'll jerk off again.

Calls on KMB

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Calls on kmb

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