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Yes indeed. I had an initial Position in it, but sold out of it unfortunately. I have added DUK to my Port though. I do recommend P&G as well for a Hedge against this strange market for a long term Hold, SBux, KO, PEP etc

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Calls on PEP?

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Secret Santa pep rally.

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I know, but I want more exposure.

Just like how you can own VTI and VOO. Plus other stocks like PEP, AFL, AAPL.

Even though they have those in their holdings and are similar makeup.

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PEP and RTX are also some of JEPIs holdings. They have some insurance companies in their basket as well - Progressive, Arthur J. Gallagher, Aon, Traveler's and the Hartford

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A lot of solid companies are up and steady.

AFL, PEP and RTX are some I recommend.

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PEP and MCD. Price is trading way above FCF, and forecasted earnings growth for next year and the years after are not looking to appealing either. The charts show these things way overextended and overbought, reaching 52 week all time highs.

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My 'cash alternative" stocks are also NEE and PEP.

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  1. NVDA, down over 50% from its high and still has an insane premium on the stock.

  2. COST, a retail giant that has also has an insane premium on the stock.

  3. Same with WMT too. Their net income is the same as it was back in 2018 and has gone nowhere over a decade. Their last earnings was pretty trash too yet their stock ran for some reason. I don’t understand the premium for this company other then it provides stability. Once we see the economy get better and those fears go away I can easily see this stock falling.

  4. Consumer staples like PEP, KO, JNJ, PG, etc. these stocks have been trading in the high 20s P/E range cause with fears of a recession people are plowing money into safety. I own PEP and JNJ and haven’t put money in them in awhile cause of their lofty valuation. I can’t wait for the day for these stocks to take a hit and add to my position. As of right now they do nothing but run and stock price and trade at a premium so right now I am continuing to hold and avoid.

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Pep Boys buy 2 tires get 2 free Best Black Friday sale every year

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Still salty that broke back mountain couple didn’t win that harrier Jet. They were so cute together too.

PEP 120p 12/23

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It seems that you are carrying the budge burden. Where is your hubby in this? (...and now you are one.... in sickness and in health... )

Go to a cash only budget using envelopes, except for fixed expenses(mortgage/rent, insurance). You can still use envelopes for those, but write checks for them.

New budget every month with that month income and every dollar has a destination.

Have regular "pep" meeting with your hubby.

Then try to reduce outgo (eating out, entertainment, subscriptions, shop at Aldi, cook meals for days, freeze and eat the leftovers)

Then increase income (new job, work extra, work 2nd/3rd jobs)

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Diabetes ETF:

PEP

KO

DNUT

TWNK

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depression - my way to deal with it was to have a person who I could use as anchor.

in my case that was a close friend. We have a pact that we can call each other anytime for 5 minutes and vent out without any fear of judgement or criticism. We also have a pact to call up each other if we don't hear from each other for more than 3 days.

So in case I don't call him for 3 straight days, he knows something is wrong and follows up with me, makes me open up about the issues i'm facing and gives me the pep talk. Its like our conversation help both of us recharge ourselves mentally. That is also because we both have been through couple of highs and lows in life and we've shared each other's struggles.

summary: have a person who can act as anchor when things start going south

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> But PEP always just seems to reliably rise

Pepsi is carbonated.

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Maybe they should send Elon over to the new factory and give them a Twitter-style pep talk. That should help.

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anyone playing PEP puts? at ATH, +25% from precovid.

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PEP puts will print

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PEP puts looking juicy 🥵

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banben! PEP $180 1w

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I'll never claim I'm smart. If I was smart, many MANY more dollars would have went to PEP instead of "oh, hey, let's buy a few shares of X to see where it goes."

But PEP always just seems to reliably rise, so yeah. I should buy it again soon.

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Smart on PEP. Truly one of the most resilient companies on planet Earth.

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AMZN, MMM, PEP, MSFT

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If marijuana is legalized, rally in DPZ and PEP.

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Fucker killed pep boys already

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Long puts on PEP. There’s no way this shit continues

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Coke (KO) holder and Pepsi (PEP) too.

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What you fail to understand is that 1 pep pizza is behind a line of 180 other pizzas that ordered before you. You know what a line is right? How that works?

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PEP and KO with higher forward pe than AAPL

🤡 Value 🤡

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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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I prefer PEP;

Better diversification into snacks, and just as loyal a consumer base on its core beverage.

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Hello, I’m a data engineer/analyst!

60k as a data engineer is laughable. They’re taking advantage your lack of experience in the professional world. And non existent negotiation platform. It’s fine, it is how the professional world works; you must play the game to be successful.

Your BEST bet is to receive an outside offer and present it to HR and let them tell you how much they’re going to beat that offer by. I’d have a resignation ready to go, and be comfortable leaving for the increase.

I understand your situation all too well as I’ve been in it before, and since we do the same thing (you’re probably better at it), I understand all too well the position you’re in.

It’s easy to convince yourself that getting paid half your worth is fine since your manager is cool. I know because I did it for far too long in my first job as a data professional. Literally went broke by coming to work, and then lost my job 2 months before the pando hit. Thing is, I’d have kept doing it for who knows how long ??

Here we are 4 jobs and 3 years later making a little over triple what I started.

There are other great managers, and other awesome teams. In fact, you’ll find that more often than not to be the case! You’ve got to remember that the people who interact with the data we produce have very little to no conceptual understanding of what a “join” is, let alone what goes int to an ETL, and heaven forbid (some of) the data comes from a REST API. “Wtf is that black magic fuckery?!”

You absolutely must advocate for yourself. Nobody else will. Nobody will give you more money to do less work unless you dictate your value to be such.

I’m happy to give you some direction, anecdotal experience, some resume and cover letter tips, or even just a pep talk. I’ve worn your shoes and they’re still in the back of my closet.

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just buy stuff in the consumer staples, utilities and healthcare sector.

$JNJ $PG $PEP $UNH $AWK $WM

will stay around. People need hygiene products and food. People need medication and healthcare. People need water and someone needs to take care of the waste.

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Correct answer is to find some way to diversify across the market as effectively as you can. Either a mutual fund, ETF, or bite the bullet and accept the CFD if the fees make sense.

A temporary solution would be to invest in absurdly stable large cap companies. Think KO, PEP, JNJ, JPM, etc. Then as your portfolio grows, branch out as much as possible. This would be far, far more work though.

As an aside, you're going to run into the issue with transferring to your bank account eventually anyway, and I imagine the larger the amount of cash you transfer, the more scrutiny it'll be under.

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$YUM; $PEP

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The problem with that is that you are concentrated 40% in Canadian Banks and 40% in Tech. I would diversify out a little more:

JPM - Financial with a global footprint, strong in both consumer and institutional banking

MSFT - The fastest growing tech megacap; down to a reasonable P/E with this year's pullback

RTX - Strong in both defense and commercial aerospace

PEP - Consistent consumer products, history of managing finances well and strong dividend growth.

PFE - Consistent performer in pharma; good long term earnings and dividend growth

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KO, PEP, PG, MO, JNJ

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AAPL, GOOG, PEP, DIS, INTC

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BABA META PEP PLTR AGNC

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I'll play along in no particular order.

BRK.B

BF.A

PG

PEP

ABT

Not stocks, but don't plan on ever selling SCHD and VOO either.

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GIS, CELH, PEP, WMT, CVX

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I’m not predicting anything. I’m stating that having a tech heavy allocation just because tech has outperformed in the past is performance chasing.

Moreover, I’m saying that even if you want to be overweight infotech, investing in a QQQ fund is a truly silly way to go about doing so. QQQ funds are based on stocks that are listed on one particular exchange (the Nasdaq) rather than on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).

The Lowes vs Home Depot comparison is on the nose because Lowe’s is listed on the Nasdaq and thus is part of many QQQ funds while Home Depot is listed on the NYSE and so isn’t. You can also look at Pepsi vs Coke. Investing in Nasdaq stocks gets you PEP but not KO.

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Have an inside source at Carvana and their CEO's pep talk after stock went from 300 to 8 bucks is to stay scrappy.imgimg

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Thanks. I have SCHD HD UNP NEE and PEP right now. Too many stocks gets confusing..

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Yeah. Ive got PEP HD UNP and NEE.

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I mean 3 solid companies are good that are probably never gonna go away such as KO, PEP, and maybe idk MSFT, JPM, O, it's really up to you. I personally have like 12 at the moment, maybe I'll add more maybe I'll subtract in the future. Depends on what your interest are and your views on the company I guess.

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cyber monday should give it a little pep for sure

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This is the pep talk I needed

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McDonald's (MCD)

Coke or Pepsi (KO/PEP)

Wal-Mart (WMT)

Those are some heavy counter-cyclical consumer stocks.

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Yea most of the trading is done by algos and the top 10% own something like 90% of stocks.

So you get situations like WM, PEP, KO near all time highs not because of valuation but because big money can hide out in them.

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KO, PEP, Tesla, Ford, Exxon Mobil, Chevron

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Yea me too. College was a a good time. My dad’s pep talk to me was you can make a million dollars a day and your life will never be as good as the college years lol

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Definitely beats pep boys

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Right now im 55% in beaten down tech stocks, 30% cash, 5% in short term random trades and 10% in long term PUTs in $ENPH, $GS, $LLY, $UNH, PEP, $MCD and $DE

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Thanks for the tips and the pep talk!

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XOM. PEP. ODFL

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PEP seems like it's unaffected the recession

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LMT and PEP

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AFL and PEP

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Just started a position in O, plan on holding and growing that for years. PEP, XOM and BRB.K are perennials for me.

I'm also holding some speculative non profitable companies that I think have a great future. U, NET, BRO to name a few.

And my 2 largest holdings AMZN and GOOGL.

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3 to 5 years is NOT long term but UNH PEP HD UNP are good.

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Right. I have $8000 or so in UNH, but that's a small part of my portfolio.

I have 20 stocks and VTI QQQ XLE XLV

I like NEE.

It has a 2+% dividend and for over a year an half has Been in a range from 67 to 90.

I add around 70 a few shares and Let It ride.

Then I have some PEP, HD, SCHD etf, etc.

Those all have 2+% divs and good growth over the years.

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I had a job with 90K comp that was super easy, basically full wfh, and i probably put in 15 hours a week max. I got offered a role for 145K at a different company and figured i couldn't pass a 50%+ raise. The new job is so much more stressful, i'm working probably 60 hours a week and dread everyday now. I keep telling myself I just need to stick it out a year and then can figure out a jump but I'm only 3 weeks in and it's already tearing me apart lol.

Anyone ever have a similar situation or have any pep talks on how to get through it? Would love any uplifting anecdotes!

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I have BABA calls, CLF puts, sold SPY calls, Pep puts, VLO puts. I've never in my life had all positions green over the weekend

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They can, boomer stocks like $MCD or $PEP or $WMT are at all time highs.

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Invest it.

A few of my personal favorites are jepi, O, VZ, T, SCHD,MO, Sbux, V MSFT, Pep, Cost

O, JEPI Ive tried to build a solid base with, they pay monthly and are relatively stable, definitely worth looking into

Not a financial advisor so take it with a grain of salt

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I have a lot of fairly and undervalued stocks.

My UNH position is up 56% in 2 years.

My PEP is up

NEE COST ODFL SHW HD

GOOGL is like 19 PE

LRCX is up 59% last month and I bought at 10 PE.

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Yeah I'm mostly individual stocks. About 20. Maybe 25% indexed to VTI QQQ XLE XLV and SCHD.

My individuals are

15% UNH. I'm up 56% in 2 years

Then GOOGL AAPL MSFT NVDA COST HD UNP NEE ODFL SHW ENPH PEP LLY LRCX ASML etc.....

I'm about 30% tech. Big tech.

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My strategy is long term.

Vti QQQ XLE XLV SCHD 25%

Then 15% UNH. I'm up 56% in 2 years.

GOOGL MSFT AAPL COST NEE ORLY ODFL UNP SHW ENPH PEP NVDA ASML LRCX HD .....

20% CASH

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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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You lucky dog you. I went all in on ABNB and PEP puts. Closed my ABNB puts for a decent gain and hoping my PEP puts print before expiration.

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Look at $COST, $WMT, $PEP, $MCD (All time high!)

Boomer stocks are cool again 😎

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As much as I'd love to see Elon eat shit for this idiocy, it's just not true that a tweet did this. Look at the entirety of value/defensive sector of the market. It's all down or flat. MRK down 3.8. UNH down 4. AGN down 2. MCD down 1.6. PEP down 2. RTX down 4.5 and the list goes on and none of them were parody tweeted. A lot of these stocks hit high and even all time highs. CPI hit and created short covering in heavily shorted beta names and ignited this rally. Funds are taking profits in the defensive names and switching into high beta names. This happens all the time.

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>Yeah, I guess you're right. It's just hard when everyone around me seems so inferior. But thanks for the pep talk, bro!

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I have been selling puts on LRCX during the year and it has been pretty good.

I have owned NEE for many years and have PEP. I have also been selling puts on HD hoping to get assigned at the 250 level and that has generated some nice premium as well.

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Oh ok.

Check out ASML LRCX .

I also like NEE COST PEP HD UNP for dividends and growth.

Schd also good for dividends etf.

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Go look at S&P performance with dividend reinvestment vs without dividend reinvestment. Dividends can make a big difference in long term performance that a lot of people underestimate cause we just came out of as period where non-dividend paying growth stocks absolutely skyrocketed with the whole Crashie Wood fiasco.

Also don’t know why you consider companies that pay dividends low quality that don’t go up quickly. Both Apple and Microsoft have been paying dividends for years yet their share prices have been skyrocketing in recent years. Also a lot dividend paying companies of mine have been performing extremely well in recent years. Examples being LMT, PEP, WM.

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I bet Tom Lee’s walking with a little more pep in his step today

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Once it's out of warranty, good indy mechanic.

No Jiffy Lube or pep boys.

That said, I've always DIYd my oil. One car is a BMW, so having another place do it would be pricey. With my truck, I can do a full synthetic oil change at half the cost it'd be anywhere else.

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My old man income portfolio

Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman. Because war is gonna war right?

Abbv Merck Amgen and JNJ. Because in some cases if you want to live you need to pay them their money.

Advance auto parts.- because you need to keep your car running to get to the soup kitchen

Texas roadhouse - because those rolls and market beating returns

PG & PEP - soda and toothpaste

JPM BX, TD and BLK - because when normal people get fucked banks get rich. And when they don't banks get rich.

MSFT and AAPL - cash machines

Chubb and Elevence health - insurance

Applied materials, Texas instruments, Broadcom, microchip, asml, nxpi, KLA - semiconductors they always come back hard.

Home Depot, Lowe's, Costco, TJX - best of breed retail.

Starbucks

AirProducts and linde

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250k JEPI. DRIP dividends
250k RYLD use divi's to buy JEPQ

300k SCHD DRIP

100k AGNC use funds from dividends to YOLO risky options with robin hood.

50k TLRY and write coverd calls against this

50k PEP and write covered calls against this

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Give evidence from Pep Boys that they were shipped and go from there

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Doritos (PEP), Budweiser, avocados

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KO, WMT, PEP, LMT, JnJ

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And you would have been absolutely shafted by PEP and KO.

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The potential for this agreement is with a multi city conference such as those 10x conference or a large corporation wanting to do a multi site pep rally or training session. This would be far cheaper than flying everyone onsite for a similar meeting for a corporation. And opens up a bigger revenue stream for conference ticket sales.

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I prefer PEP

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I would never put my portfolio in 5 stocks!

I do have 15% in UNH and that position is up 54% in 2 years though!

I've got 25% cash right now though and 20 stocks and remainder in QQQ and SCHD and VTI and XLV and XLE (5%)

Some of my stocks are

MSFT AAPL COST NVDA ASML HD PEP ENPH UNP ODFL ORLY LLY UNH ......

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JPM, JNJ, HD, XOM, ABBV, PEP and KHC(not in the picture because I am dumb)

I only have positions in O, MO and PEP. Spy too is a good foundation for a portfolio though it can be debated if it is a dividend position or not, I sometimes use it as a cash like position.

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I really appreciate the pep talk. I honestly need it right now. The information from everyone is appreciated, albeit overwhelming for me.

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Got ya. SCHD has 103 holdings according to Google so it's only the top companies that are taking up so much weight. But still, I don't want KO and PEP as 8%+ of my portfolio at the current valuation. There will be other undesirables in there as well.

SCHD can definitely work for the "set and forget" investors who just want to invest part of their paycheck every month and never look again. But it does come with drawbacks, it's not perfect (as /r/dividends may have one believe).

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Wow, ya just saw pep and ko each 4% of schd.

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The problem I have with SCHD is you get stocks like KO and PEP at 25x price to earnings. Lots of bloated "value" stocks in there. Quality names? Of course! But I wouldn't buy them at that valuation individually, then I don't want them in my ETF, either.

Stock picking allows you to pick and choose. Of course I would never recommend going all-in on QSR, but as part of a diversified portfolio I think it could be a nice pick.

I also understand the value of SCHD set-and-forget. But it's a different approach. Personally not one I'm a fan of but to each their own.

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Thank you! I really need the pep right now!

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They come in on busses and strategize.

Kinda like the morning pep talk but theri ringleaders a college finance graduate.

Nobody graduates here!

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European companies were smart and bought up most of the worlds water rights. Nestle is the long term play but if you only want american you could go for AWK, or even KO/PEP.

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for the brakes it sounds like you never changed the pads but the rotors are probably old and worn away. brakes is something you change even on newer cars. what was the reason for the other stuff being wrong? dealers and some other places are famous for computerized or other quick checks to tell you that you need a lot of work to make money. it's a sales lead

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most of this you can get it done at pep boys or firestone or similar place for less than half the dealer price and better quality. the rest you'll need to find a mechanic

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TQQQ is probably not worth it right now. There's a CPI reading next week. It will underperform the market if we see a red turn in the near future. Would you buy APPL, META, NVDA, GOOG, TXN, TSLA, MSFT, COST, PEP, ADBE, AMZN right now? You want to buy those companies with leverage right now? Is it worth it to hold those companies with 3x leverage if the next inflation reading comes in hot? The bull case is that PEP goes up to a 30 P/E and COST goes back to 40? That APPL trades back to 30x earnings? These are all great companies, but are they good investments right now?

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Consumer staples are currently very crowded and overvalued. I am watching $PEP, $KO, $COST and $MCD but valuations are not appealing to me. They have higher forward P/E than big tech with much slower growth. These companies are benefiting from inflation which will not last. I recommend health care $XLV. It should be the best recession-proof sector.

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VOO, QQQ, JEPQ, SCHD, META, GOOGL, JPM, BNS, T, VZ, K, PG, WRK, PKG, PEP, KO, CAT and MMM are in my future acquisition list

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When you buy $10,000 of $QQQ here's how much of the largest stocks you're buying $1,308 of Apple $AAPL $1,018 of Microsoft $MSFT $660 of Google $GOOGL $540 of Amazon $AMZN $321 of Tesla $TSLA $313 of Nvidia $NVDA $238 of Pepsi $PEP $220 of Costco $COST $210 of Facebook $META
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Pepsi must have cancelled their Tesla Semi order or Elon Musk is just coked off his face on a random Tuesday afternoon. Well, technically both can be true. $TSLA $COKE $PEP https://t.co/FvN1rWTi1k
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breaking: $PEP blocktrade worth 200.37M/1.1M shares filled at the bid at a price of $182.25 spotted. https://t.co/xX3mCGnxWj
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15 dividend growth stocks that I think you could buy and hold forever: $MSFT 💻 $AAPL 📱 $JNJ 💊 $PEP 🥤 $COST 🛒 $DPZ 🍕 $AFL 🦆 $V 💳 $PG 🧴 $JPM 🏦 $TXN 📟 $O 🏘️ $LMT 🛩️ $MCO 📈 $WM 🗑️ Would you add any others? 🤔
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$TSLA Semi deliv event will be Thurs Dec 1. While event will consist of delivs of Semis to $PEP, Elon could take the opportunity to talk about Cytruck/other products/4Q. We expect $TWTR noise to continue to abate, and concerns about Chinese price cuts to ease. https://t.co/HP2LkXz8CZ
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$PEP $BYDDF $BUD - Electric stuff: Tesla preps for first Semi deliveries as it breaks into Class 8 market https://t.co/Vnos98F2v3
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Just a few of my favorites 💻 $1,000 invested into $IRM pays $46 in dividends 🛠 $1,000 invested into $HD pays $25 in dividends 🥤 $1,000 invested into $PEP pays $28 in dividends 📦 $1,000 invested into $UPS pays $40 in dividends What are your favorites?
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Pepsi $PEP, $IBM, First Solar $FSLR, Monster $MNST, Merck $MRK, and $WWE all hit new 52 week highs today
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I want to add $PEP to my portfolio but it is trading at an all time high right now. At what price would you added $PEP?
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Nice consolidation above support here... $PEP https://t.co/KiFofMP2WZ
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Some Top Tier Dividend Names💰 Real Estate🏡 $O $FRT $PLD $DLR $SPG Tech💻 $TXN $AAPL $MSFT $AVGO Consumer🧍 $KO $PG $PEP Retail🛍 $DG $TJX $NKE $LOW $COST Industrial🏭 $DE $WM $LMT Healthcare💊 $JNJ $UNH $AMGN Financial🏦 $GS $MS $BLK $TROW What others would you add?
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3 of my FAVORITE Dividend ETFs $SCHD Schwab US Dividend Top Holdings: $MRK $AMGN $IBM $PEP $LMT $CSCO $PFE $HD $DGRO iShares Dividend Growth Top Holdings: $JPM $JNJ $AAPL $MSFT $PFE $PG $MRK $HD $VYM Vanguard High-Yield Top Holdings: $XOM $JNJ $JPM $CVX $PG $HD $LLY $PFE https://t.co/HUaRJQkFHs
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Dividend Growth Investing Starter Kit! 1. Save $1,000 and open a brokerage account 2. Invest in the following stocks 3. Turn on DRIP (auto dividend reinvestment) 4. Watch what happens $200 $SCHD $100 $AAPL $100 $MSFT $100 $JNJ $100 $O $100 $PEP $100 $PG $100 $HD $100 $CVX
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💰20 Stocks to Buy & Hold Forever💰 $V 💳 $O 🏘️ $PG 🧼 $JNJ ⚕️ $GM 🚙 $ICE 🧊 $WM 🗑 $PEP 🧃 $RTX 🚀 $CAT 🏗 $NEE 💡 $LMT 🛡 $BAC 🏦 $XOM ⛽️ $AAPL 📱 $ABBV 💊 $MSFT 💻 $ASML 📟 $AMZN 📦 $GOOGL 🌐 What others would you add?
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