Stock Purchases January 1st Through January 15th

2019 has been interesting to say the least.  I know the market is up and down every single day and earnings releases are just around the corner, literally.  I have been working through year-end reporting with regulatory filings, in addition to compliance filings, with external auditors/regulators barking on my door, therefore – work made the days pitch black in the morning and pitch black at night.  The only light being shed are the dividend stock purchases, right?  It’s now time to check out my dividend stock purchases over the first two weeks of January!

The stock purchases

It’s the start of the new year and I feel refreshed on the path to add more investments and dividend income through capital contributions, as the main artillery.  I am soon to be eligible to contribute to my new employer’s 401(K) plan (will start on 2/1/19, due to 6 month waiting period, which I’ll receive on the 2/8/19 pay).  Therefore, I currently have more cash on hand to deploy in the market and it made sense to start juicing up my taxable account.  The stock purchases you will read below may not be as significant of a purchase that I typically make (primarily due to building positions, etc.).  Lastly, one purchase was actually/already for my Roth contribution of 2019.  However, enough of my rant, let’s see what stock purchases I made over the last two weeks!

Stock Purchase – Delta Airlines, Inc. (DAL)

Here we go and I am back at it again!  Similarly, I won’t bore you with more details on Delta (DAL), as I have covered them many times in the past and had purchased them back in October, when they were trading at $51.70, after they announced a 15% dividend increase.  What’s the difference?  They dropped 11.9% due to lower than expected outlook on the 4th quarter.  Here are the quick-stats on the purchase by using the Dividend Diplomat Stock Screener:

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