Updated: Scorecard to 2017-09-29

Better late than never.

MMC continues to lead the way with a gain of 60% (excluding dividends) since I first made mention of it in October of 2015. Check the link here to read my analysis of the Company: Boring Is Beautiful: Marsh & McLennan Companies

Marketing juggernaut OMC continues to struggle, but I still believe the Company is an attractive long-term hold for the serious dividend investor. You can read my write-up on the Company here: A Stock even “MADMEN” Would Love.

Check out “My Scorecard” page for how my picks have been faring since first mention.

Happy Investing!

 

 

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Long-Term Pick Trinity Industries, Inc. (NYSE: TRN) Soars After Judgment Reversal.

Shares of Trinity Industries, Inc. soared more than 10% today on news of the reversal of a $663M judgment against the company.

You can visit my analysis of why I think TRN is good long-term hold for the serious dividend investor here (the stock is up a little over 36% since I first made mention of it on my blog):

A Street (Rail) Car Named Desire (Trinity Industries)

 

 

 

ValueAct Picks Up More Shares of Trinity Industries Inc. (NYSE:TRN).

Jeffrey Ubben is considered by many to be a value investing “God”:

http://www.insidermonkey.com/blog/trinity-industries-inc-trn-valueact-capital-buys-more-shares-on-weakness-484328/?yptr=yahoo

You can read my take on why I think TRN is an attractive investment:

A Street (Rail) Car Named Desire (Trinity Industries)

My Year-End Scorecard

As I consider myself to be a long-term investor, I take short-term disappointment in stride…not a few months does a successful investment make. Having said that, periodic performance reviews should be undertaken to ensure the ‘story’ that lead you to invest in the business in the first place has not materially changed (i.e. obsolescence, regime change etc.) and the businesses are still attractive for the long haul.  Continue reading