2011 Portfolio Review

January 12, 2012

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mike January 22, 2012 at 10:54 pm


I see there is over £50k in cash. Have you found a nice place to investment it while waiting for good stockmarket opportunities? After all, £50,000 @ 3% is £1,500 or £125 per month.

Did you get my copy email about selling Severn Trent and reinvesting the proceeds in National Grid?


sjdotsch March 19, 2012 at 3:00 pm

Hi Mike

Currently the Dividend Income Portfolio remains cash rich awaiting investment in high quality dividend companies when they are at or near their (then) historical undervalued share price levels. Also we have several limit buy-orders outstanding waiting to be completed.

The Dividend Income Portfolio does not own shares in Severn Trent. It has invested in National Grid when its shares were trading near historical undervalued levels, earlier in 2011.

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