5 Stocks that I’m Buying (July 2019)

No intro needed. Here are five stocks that you should consider buying this month.

Abercrombie & Fitch

I don’t really get all the hate that A&F has been receiving lately. They’ve been around for over 100 years and although their stock price has been a bit volatile over the years I still feel like they have a long way to go. They come from a rough Q2 in terms of stock price since they lost almost 40% of it. But, to me, this only means that it’s a great time to get in and get as many stocks as possible. They have a 3.7 dividend yield which is pretty nice.

AT&T

Their dividend yield (7.1) is insane. Some people thing they’re going to have to lower it sooner or later. Even if it’s true, AT&T is literally the first telecommunications company ever invented. They’re a safe stock with a great dividend program. Enjoy their awesome dividend while it’s here. Stock up!

Disney

I feel like everyone should be buying Disney. They truly are a moat. Warren Buffet can’t be wrong. They only have like a 1.4 dividend yield but I’d still stock up on them. I feel like their stocks should be valued way more than they currently are. If you know me you know I love stocking up on stocks that are safe and that pay out reasonable dividends. Disney’s dividend payout isn’t the best but they still pay out one and they are definitely one of the safest stocks to buy if you ask me.

Progressive

Insurance companies are never going away. In fact, I’m adding progressive in this list because it’s the cheapest stock out there pertaining to the insurance industry. However, feel free to stock up on Allstate or any other insurance companies. These are always on my to-buy list.

Coca Cola (KO)

I’ll never understand how a stock of coke is only worth $45. They have a very nice dividend yield (3.2) and it’s probably one of the most reputable companies to have existed. Again, stock up.

Author: Tony Lewis

Marketing guru, blockchain enthusiast and part-time planet Earth explorer. I like building (and acquiring) long-lasting assets.
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