Almost two months are this point since my last portfolio addition back in May. I’ve had the capital available but have been scouring the market as the earnings season has rumbled on through. Here we go!
The following information represents key information I utilized in my purchase decision
The Purchase Facts:
Company Name: Omega Healthcare Investors
Purchase Date: July 27, 2017
Purchase Price with Fee: $32.05
Shares Transacted: 60
Total Investment: $1,922.85
The Company Dividend Facts:
Dividend Per Share (last year): $2.56
Purchase Dividend Yield: 7.98%
Payment Frequency: Quarterly
Dividend Stacker Dividend Facts:
Purchased in What Account? Rollover IRA
Previous Forward 12-Month Dividend: $837.37
New Purchase Dividend: $153.60
Account New Forward 12-Month Dividend Total: $990.97
This is a huge dividend addition but it doesn’t come without potential risks. OHI has been trading much lower recently with the uncertainty in the healthcare law. It will be interesting to see how it continues to move in the months to come.
I now have 100 shares of OHI in my Rollover IRA account which should be pushing out pretty substantial income in the future. Since I cannot add any more capital to this account I won’t be making anymore purchases anytime soon until a lot of dividends pour into the account, likely sometime in the middle of next year.
Disclosure: I am long OHI.