Recent Stock Purchase November 2019

Just when you thought the markets were on a slow and steady melt up you get December starting off on the rough side. Oh well… we all know you can’t time the markets perfectly. Keep making those steady, consistent buys and hold on during those storms. Not much else you can do. With that being said, I continued making my monthly purchases, though admittedly a small one for November and I actually did not follow my own November stock considerations which is rare but on occasion happens.

I have added to my ROTH account 10 shares at $37.60 for a total investment of $376.00 in Pfizer Inc. (PFE). With this recent purchase my ROTH account holdings in PFE now totals 19 shares with a market value of $722.46. I also hold 61 shares of PFE in my taxable account with a market value of $2,319.22.

What do you think about my recent purchase? Are any health stocks on your radar for this last month of the year? Please let me know below.

Disclosure: Long PFE

14 thoughts on “Recent Stock Purchase November 2019”

    • Hi Passivecanadianincome,

      Well both PFE and JNJ had some attractive entry points in recent months. Some uncertainty about PFE with the spin off coming up and JNJ has run up a bit from its recent lows. Just find that price you want and go for it.

  1. DH –

    Been a LONG time holder of PFE. It will be curious for the new company they spinoff and the dividend change-up that will happen, when that happens. Love it. Get ready for their increase towards the end of the month, as well!


    • Hi DD,

      I think we’re all curious to see how the spin off will affect PFE and the dividend. We’ll know soon enough. Still like the name a lot over the long haul.

    • Hi DG,

      No shortage of strong names in the health/biotech space to choose from. It’s a great sector to own for the long haul with many short term bumps that allow us to buy on dips.

    • Hi FI,

      I never did a benchmark to compare my results over any mutual fund or the market as a whole. My aim is almost exclusively income with my portfolio and not capital gains. As long as my stocks continue to churn out an ever increasing passive income stream I am happy.

    • Hi MR,

      PFE seems to be a popular choice among many in the DGI community. I definitely like “health” a lot for the long haul and many great names like JNJ, AMGN, GILD, ABT, ABBV and more are there for us to choose from.

    • Hi JC,

      I feel very strongly that consistency with investing is key. Keep making small or large buys every single month, ignoring the noise, while building up that passive income stream. I still like PFE going forward but may look into REITs for January.


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