|NVDA compared to DJIA (black) & Technology Sector (green) from 10/15 - 11/08|
With some of the profits, I've diversified into 10 shares of LRCX and 60 shares of APH. While both have experienced solid growth in the last 5 years, Lam Research comes with a more 'value-oriented' 20 P/E ratio and, 38% 5-year compound dividend growth rate and a Safe rating from SimplySafeDividends. Amphenol has a higher premium on earnings at 34, 15.7% 5-year CDGR and a Very Safe Dividend Safety rating. While I think the Semiconductor space has more room to grow, I think some diversification is healthy.
So the moves today were as follows:
- Sold 17 NVDA for $5.2K
- Sold 200 CHS for $1.3K
- Sold 187 AVT for $7.5K
- Bought 10 LRCX for $6.1K
- Bought 60 APH for $4.9K
I'll also hang onto 15 shares of NVDA at a cost basis of $218 a share. Despite the crazy P/E, they are still a top-notch company to hang onto for growth in the portfolio.
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