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  • Profile photo of morpheusbushymorpheusbushy
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    @morpheusbushy
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    I’ve missed out on buying when the market looks like it has bottomed out many times over the years because I had no spare cash. This time it was a different story! There is no reason the market can’t go lower but I bought today in blue chip, with high dividends & for the long term so i’m not worried either way…

    BHP – 2.6% approx. dividend return
    NAB – 7.2% approx. dividend return (can you really go wrong with a bank?!)
    TLS – 9.8% approx. return

    Total average return around 6.5%

    Rebound time please… :)

    Profile photo of TerrywTerryw
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    I am thinking to buy some of the banks. High yields at the moment with lots of potential upside. I may wait a few days though as it may go lower

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    Profile photo of morpheusbushymorpheusbushy
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    Yeah looks like the US is about to drop on open in a couple of hours, I might look at buying some more in the next day or so as well.

    Profile photo of Mick CMick C
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    I bought NAB today, since i already had some NAB i bought for ~$24 from a few month ago….it was a good time to “average” my lost out.

    I think ill buy a few more of the major 4 Bank stocks…. but Ill wait it out a bit as well; the worst is yet to come

    Regards
    Michael

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