I think NYSE:VFC has been on a few DGI bloggers radar lately. I unfortunately missed the real dip at $48.00 per share but still got it (6 shares) for a respectable $52,45 on a 52-week high of $66.91. Thankfully right on time for the ex-dividend date of 8/3/2017.
With a quarterly dividend of $0,42 this should add $10,08 to my yearly total.
My total portfolio now consists of 60 shares spread over 5 different companies:
|Omega Healthcare Investors Inc||NYSE:OHI||12|
|AT & T||NYSE:T||12|
|Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital||NYSE:HASI||15|
I personally own a few clothes of the brands in VFC such as The North Face and Kipling so that helped me bond a little more with this stock. OFcourse not a real reason but the same goes for AH. It makes it womewhat more personal (ofcourse this should not influence your buying decisions)
A nice history of dividends & increases (aristocrat), P/E ratio of 18.85, nice yield of 3,19 so whats not to like?
Did you buy any VFC recently?