All My Stock Holdings vs S&P500 (graphed out)

The following are all of my current stock holdings compared to the S&P500 as of 8/3/2017 going back 10 years in no particular order.  Some holdings I have had for more than 10 years, some are recent purchases, some were from spin off or M&A.  The charts do not take into account dividends or dividend reinvestment.  I didn’t take the time to go into that detail.  Of the current 55 holdings, 30 have outperformed the S&P500, the other 25 have underperformed.  Enjoy the peak into my portfolio.

Unilever

Take Two Interactive

Exxon Mobil

Xcel Energy

World Wrestling Entertainment

Tiffany & Co.

AT&T

Smuckers

Transocean

PayPal

Philip Morris Interational

Proctor & Gamble

Pfizer

Oracle

NorthStar Realty Europe

Microsoft

Marathon Petroleum

Altria

3M

McDonalds

Kroger

Coca Cola

Kimberly Clark

Kellogg

Johnson & Johnson

Intel

Halyard Health

Hormel

General Mills

General Electric

 

Ericsson

Ebay

Dow Chemical

 

Deere & Co.

DuPont

Chevron

Cisco

Campbell Soup Co

CME Group

Clorox

Colony NorthStar Inc

Colgate Palmolive

Ciena

Charter Communications

Chemcours Co

CBOE Holdings

Caterpillar

British American Tobacco

BP (British Petroleum

Bank of America

Activision

Advanced Micro Devices

Apollo Investment

 

Abbott Labs

AbbVie

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Readers Comments (4)

  1. Very interesting graphs, I like the companies in your portfolio. Glad to have you as fellow shareholder in Unilever, ExxonMobil, Chevron, Coca Cola, JM Smuckers, Transocean.
    Cheers

    • thanks, nothing exciting, but the slow and steady growing dividend income is exciting. RIG was a recent purchase a couple weeks ago. I figure they’re so beaten down, eventually the oil glut works it’s way out and prices eventually go up. Hopefully big oil turns around too.

  2. These graphs are great! Thanks for making it so easy to visualize.

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