Learn about the secret dividend stock that my wife, Nicole, owns! She has almost 5x’d her money, and has held this position since 2012. And, her true dividend yield on cost is a staggering 7.26%. Learn all about Target (TGT) in today’s dividend stock investing video.
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2:17 SEGMENT 1: NICOLE’S TARGET (TGT) STOCK THOUGHTS AND SUMMARY
2:42 Question 1: Nicole, how did you come to own Target stock in 2012?
4:38 Key Point (Peter Lynch Investing Strategy): It’s important to leverage the best investment ideas from both spouses. (In our case, a two portfolio strategy has made the most sense, so we don’t miss out on any great opportunities.)
6:00 Question 2: Nicole, why do you love Target as a long-term investment?
7:01 Question 3: Nicole, why has this stock gone up so much?
8:10 Key Point: Target is a very disruptive and innovative company.
8:21 Key Point: Target offers 5% back on their Red Card.
10:48 Target offers products you cannot get on Amazon.
11:34 Target’s app is first-class.
13:10 Target is really great about staying on top of trends.
13:49 Question 4: Nicole, which industries is Target disrupting? (Target is becoming a one-stop-shop for all sorts of specialty products.)
25:04 Question 5: Nicole, is Target (TGT) still a good dividend stock in 2021?
26:50 Target helps people save money!
28:46 SEGMENT 2: TARGET (TGT) DIVIDEND STOCK ANALYSIS
29:14 TGT stock is trading in the 18 PE range
29:33 TGT starting dividend yield is only 1.49%, but the growth rate is high and the payout ratio will allow further dividend increases.
30:34 Nicole started buying TGT at $58.99 in 2012.
31:36 Key Point: Over Nicole’s first 5 years in TGT, the stock did not really go anywhere. However, now she is way up. This is why it’s important to focus on the long-term.
33:48 TGT just increased their dividend by a staggering 32.4%!
35:05 Dividend Yield-On-Cost Analysis
35:31 True dividend yield-on-cost for all money deployed is 7.26%.
36:49 SEGMENT 3: LESSONS LEARNED FROM TARGET STOCK
36:55 Lesson 1: Listen to your spouse when investing
38:43 Lesson 2: Follow trends in society when investing
38:55 Lesson 3: It’s all about long-term investing
39:47 Lesson 4: Dividend yield-on-cost works, even with low starting dividend yields
40:20 Lesson 5: Dollar cost averaging works
40:40 Lesson 6: Set-it-and-forget-it is a great strategy with world-class dividend stocks
41:51 SEGMENT 4: TARGET ANNUAL REPORT FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
42:56 Target Income Statement Analysis (amazing results)
45:55 Target (TGT) Balance Sheet Analysis (It’s amazing)
46:02 I love that Target owns most of their stores!
47:38 Retail is a middle-man business model
50:56 DISCLOSURE AND DISCLAIMER
51:36 BONUS SEGMENT: TARGET (TGT) VS. WALMART (WMT)
Here’s my first video about the Peter Lynch investing strategy: https://youtu.be/oJF7stUfMIs
Here’s my second video about the Peter Lynch investing strategy: https://youtu.be/y_5NguYeuas
DISCLOSURE: My wife, Nicole, and I are long the following dividend stocks: Target (TGT), Walmart (WMT), Procter & Gamble (PG), Kimberly-Clark (KMB), Starbucks (SBUX), Hasbro (HAS), and Utz Brands Inc. (UTZ). We own these stocks in our personal stock portfolio.
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