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What's in your investment portfolio?

post #1 of 18
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Did a quick search and saw that aside from the stock idea club thread, there isn't one dedicated to portfolio.

I'm curious to see how SFers have their asset allocation like or what the portfolio is like...

Personally I'm doing 80/20 (equities:bonds) among both 401k and Roth.

50% - Vanguard S&P Index
30% - SSgA International Index
20% - Long term Corp Bonds Index

Not the best bond funds available in 401k offering so I just picked the one with lowest expenses (ideally I'd perfer VG Total Bond Index)...

Thinking about adding REIT fund to the mix. I don't think I'd want more than 10% in REITs...
post #2 of 18
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Originally Posted by Mandrake9072 View Post

Personally I'm doing 80/20 (equities:bonds) among both 401k and Roth.
50% - Vanguard S&P Index
30% - SSgA International Index
20% - Long term Corp Bonds Index

100% equity securities, max out Roth IRA yearly
post #3 of 18
gotta get into mortgage reits now before interest rates go up.

AGNC is the way to go.
post #4 of 18
SPY
post #5 of 18
90% in the FX market
10% in commodities futures(Mainly brent crude)
post #6 of 18
buckle inc.
novo nordisk
silver
post #7 of 18
GLUU
ACTC.OB

a little AMRN and GPXM for shits and giggles

And lots of silver bullion.

I always sucked at playing it safe heh
post #8 of 18
Canadian:
CDZ
ZWB
CBO
SLF
BIP.UN

American:
NSR
NFLX
post #9 of 18
Volkswagen 4.4%
BP PLC 4.0%
Alexco Resource Corp 2.3%
Apple Inc 34.9%
Archer-Daniels-Midland 10.9%
Baidu Inc 5.5%
Banco Santander Brasil 17.2%
Google Inc 6.3%
NXP Semiconductors NV 6.9%
post #10 of 18
Wish it was all AAPL... frown.gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #11 of 18

Why own SPY or QQQ when you can just own AAPL outright?

post #12 of 18
Mostly hedge funds focused on small cap long/short equity and high yield credit, but I also have an IRA which contains some SPY, some high yield bonds, and a couple of other Fidelity mutual funds.
post #13 of 18
Canadian equities (gold, copper, fertilizer companies) & REIT ETF. Small portfolio, but getting bigger as I work and have very few expenses other than the GF & clothes (live with my folks).
Question: I get paid bimonthly, so today I was paid. The money transfered today is going towards my visa bill, due March 12 (but i'll probably pay on the 8th to ensure no penalties). Do you let it sit in your checking acct or invest it in something short term? Do you always keep a buffer amount of cash for monthly expenses (though, without rent & utlities & car payments, my expenses vary greatly from month to month)?
post #14 of 18
80% AAPL
3% AIG
17% KMP
post #15 of 18
Jayzus these are some of the worst portfolios I've ever seen.
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