This is chapter two of a guide
to REIT stocks. Begin here.
15 stocks that will serve as your initial stock portfolio. As I wrote in the guiding principals, you should allocate no more than 2% of your initial portfolio value for each stock position, and I would suggest that you leave at least 40% in cash for future stock purchases.
Each month I will write to you when I buy and sell stocks. I typically buy one or two new stocks each month. By October of 2019, I hope to buy another eight to ten companies.
Unless the business or industry fundamentals change (think Amazon and brick and mortar retail), I typically hold positions for at least 2 years. I will sell a stock if I feel it reached its intrinsic value, for tax loss harvesting or if I find a better capital allocation opportunity.
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