Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Top 20 Stock Holdings

Here are the top 20 stocks in my Dividend Portfolio as of 9/30/09 ranked by size of holdings.

1. Kinder Morgan Energy (KMP) USA
2. Barclays PLC ADR (BCS) UK
3. DCP Midstream Partners (DPM) USA
4. HRPT Properties Trust (HRP) USA
5. General Electric Company (GE) USA
6. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) USA
7. Procter & Gamble (PG) USA
8. American Capital (ACAS) USA
9. Penn West Energy Trust (PWE) Canada
10. Aircastle Limited (AYR) USA
11. Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM) USA
12. Deutsche Bank (DB) Germany
13. Banco Santander (STD) Spain
14. Cooper Tire & Rubber (CTB) USA
15. GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) UK
16. Diana Shipping Inc. (DSX) Greece
17. ONEOK, Inc. (OKE) USA
18. Newell Rubbermaid Inc. (NWL) USA
19. Seagate Technology (STX) USA
20. Duke Energy Corporation (DUK) USA

Here are the top 10 holding of the Vanguard International Value Fund as of the end of 8/31/09.

1 Vodafone Group PLC
2 Sanofi-Aventis
3 Barclays PLC
4 Eni SpA
5 BP PLC
6 Nokia Oyj
7 E.On AG
8 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
9 GlaxoSmithKline PLC
10 Novartis AG

3 comments:

Centurion said...

Diana Shipping (DSX) is one of the top 20 stocks on your dividend list. DSX had a substantial dividend for the 2007/08 period but then eliminated it during the economic collapse. Is it your opinion that a dividend will soon be reinstated - is that why the stock is on your list?

Div Guy said...

A have gotten a few questions on DSX. I did sell about a third of my DSX holdings in November 2007 at $43 a share. I am still hold DSX as a long term value play of commodity prices and the future growth of China and India. I do see the possibility of paying a dividend again in 2010.

Chief Executive Simeon Palios said the company was not pressured by banks to suspend its dividend. Instead it is looking to preserve cash to purchase assets at rock-bottom prices. “By suspending dividend we free up cash to make investments such as vessel acquisition, which would deliver significant returns over the next several years,” Palios said.

Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Natasha Boyden said she is encouraged by Diana’s dividend suspension because it allows the company to retain free cash flow in order to take advantage of opportunities. “Due to the company's low leverage, we believe the dividend suspension is not a reflection of any liquidity issues, but rather an indication of the company's financial strength and desire to grow the fleet,” she said.

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Interesting list