Watchlist update: July

In the middle of every month I will update my current stocks watchlist, and post a top 3. Below are my reasons for looking at these stocks, for current valuations and a list of 25 stocks please visit my ‘Watchlist’ page.

I will explain my top 3 watchlist stocks briefly based on sentiment, P/E ratio and ‘% off 52 week high’:

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Growth stocks

As a dividend growth investor I have never really looked into pure growth stocks that return no set amount of cash to their investors. Lately though the IPO of the Dutch company (Amsterdam based) Adyen made me think, there are a lot of companies that will grow hard for years and start paying a dividend later. This post will be about Adyen, Alibaba ad JD.com.

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Watchlist update: June

In the middle of every month I will update my current stocks watchlist, and post a top 3. Below are my reasons for looking at these stocks, for current valuations and a list of 25 stocks please visit my ‘Watchlist’ page.

I will explain my top 3 watchlist stocks briefly based on sentiment, P/E ratio and ‘% off 52 week high’:

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What is Unilever all about

This Dutch/British company is based in Rotterdam as of 2018, it’s a large cap company with brands all over the world. Axe, Dove, Knorr, Hellmann’s, Lipton, Ben&Jerry’s, Calve and many, many more. But other than this, what do we really know about this company with a market cap of roughly 140 billion euro.

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Recent addition: Pepsico

On thursday the 17th of May I decided to let go of my Sanofi shares, I collected the yearly payout and got a small capital gain. I let them go as I’d like to focus more on quarterly dividends and I don’t really like the tax situation in France, it’s too much of a hassle for me. This resulted in a -€38,18 for my net yearly dividends.

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