Portfolio update

Following my net worth update, it’s time to have a closer look at the portfolio. 

Let’s start with a breakdown of my dividend income.

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At this point, I’m well across the 300€ limit. I set my goal for 1200€. Following months look very promising when it comes to receiving dividends so I’m curious if I can reach this.

Moving on to the stocks I bought:

  • 10 shares of AB Inbev
  • 20 shares Daimler
  • 83 shares of Engie. Just like the previous quarter, I strengthened my position.
  • 25 shares of IBM.
  • 19 shares Münchener Rückversicherung
  • 18 shares Proctor and Gamble
  • 34 shares Qualcomm

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I will proceed with the same purchasing behaviour until the end of June. Afterwards, I won’t have any free credits anymore to buy stocks so I will probably increase my cashflow a bit before an actual purchase. Unless of course there are some great sales on the market.

Another idea is to shift my stocks/ETF strategy and move my asset allocation a bit. I would like to put more money towards ETFs to keep a better balance. Below an overview

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As you can see, there’s a lot of weight on individual stocks. I want to shift this a bit and also broaden my horizon by adding more ETF shares. Again, this is depending on the market. If there’s a huge drop in a few weeks, I’ll be on the lookout to take advantage. In a previous post I mentioned I considering to add another ETF. I haven’t done this yet. Shame on me!

You probably expected a meme of Cersei doing the walk of shame on Game Of Thrones now…





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