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How Did You Get So Rich? ~

Has your investment Balloon taken off and headed toward the Sky!

Let's take a look where we are:

NVDA = Purchase 9/23/2017 @ $179.00 a share  / Current = $264.85
BABA = Purchase 11/12/2017 @ $186.41 / Current = $208.95
RMD = Purchase 1/29/2018 @ $103.05 / Current = $105.13
TROW = Purchase 5/19/2018 @ $120.59 / Current = $123.19

(While BABA & TROW pay dividends we did not buy them for the dividend and why we are not including them as a Dividend Stock)

Dividend Stocks:

WRE = Purchase 9/23/2017 @ $32.60   DIV $1.20 / Current = $28.82  Dividend +$0.60
IRET = Purchase 9/23/2017 @ $5.81     DIV $0.28 / Current = $5.59  Dividend +$0.14

While share price is down we bought for the dividend it is actually time to buy more. Since they pay dividends every 3 months you would have received 2 payments to date.

If you purchased (-) Shares of each your profit would be:

1 Share = $109.07
10 Shares = $1,090.70
100 Shares = $10,907.00
1000 Shares = $109,070.00

Your total invest cost is $627.46 (1 share each) for a return of 17.4%

So in 9 months based upon the stocks we have looked at we have a very positive return now go to the 401K or IRA I told you to open and look at their returns?

I also recommended ALSN Alison Transmission holdings a while back but I can't find the article.  It also would be positive but I still have faith in the stock so it will be my next article.

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