Well, I have started a new MFI tracking portfolio. I had a little trouble yesterday with the official website. But this morning, everything was cool.
Here are the stocks I have identified as dividend stocks (2.6% yield or higher):
|Stock||Initial Price||52 week low||Mkt Cap||Yield|
|Stock||Initial Price||52 week low||Mkt Cap||New|
So CALM is new and a dividend stock. My readers will know I have already bought AMAG. BBSI was a regular on the list for many years. I know they have some form of self insurance on workers comp that blew up in their faces a year ago and they dropped from $50+ to $20. It seems they have battled back. UTHR has been on many times before, might be an interesting round out to a pharma portfolio.
|Stock||Initial Price||52 week low||Mkt Cap||Dog Flag|
In looking at the dogs, I realized I had been making a spread sheet error the past 5 months in identifying new dogs (I am just a guy with a computer). It didn't really change any conclusions or the results of the Dogs approach (which has been surprisingly effective). I do own LQDT and VIAB, LQDT I bought below this dog price. Sadly, my cheapest VIAB is at $64. Note it dropped below $37. That would have been a good time to buy. BCOR is going through a transformation. I do wonder if APOL will bottom out at some point.