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My Feb 2007 Stocks and ETFs

Here are my current holdings in the beginning of 2007. My strategy now is still go with a defensive lineup and also diversify more internationally. I also decreased my position in energy. I’m going to stick to my strategy and even increase my exposure to ETFs and opt for less risk than investing in individual stocks.

: $68: A giant that’s beaten up a bit. Should recover. Quality stock..

: $36: Quality company with good management. Diversified. Looks cheap.

: My recent addition. Company makes good products, moves into more healthy oriented products. Good international player.

: Panasonic makes the best plasmas and cameras. Good growth potential.

: It’s beaten down now but a quality company with very good growth potential.

: One of the biggest and beaten down. Good pipeline.

: I believe content is the king and will eventually provide the most value. I’m losing my patience with AOL and I might unload in the near future.

: I’m still optimistic about the fiber rollout. The best wireless provider.

: I think Yahoo is cheap compared to Google. Good search technology. Very good growth potential. Cheap.

: The biggest energy player. Safe bet.

My current ETFs

: It slowed down recently but still a good diverifier.

: Recommended by S&P, good diversified holding.

: Recommended by S&P. A lot of potential growth.

: Japan is recovering. Recommended by S&P.

: Telecom is a good defensive sector.

: Recommended by S&P.

: I am a big fan of companies that keep increasing their dividents. This ETF is focusing on that.

: Similar story to SDY, divident focused with a little different lineup.

: Over the years, the S&P index beats most of the funds.

: Is energy ever going to go down? Probably, but not anytime soon it looks like.

: Baby boomers are starting to retire. Health care has very good growth potential.

: Even in a slow economy, people still need to buy everyday products. Good defensive player.

: I hold it because it’s recommended by S&P. I do think that diversification in bonds is imporant.

: Recommended by S&P.

Whoa, that took me some time. I have 3-5% in most of these, with around 7% for the S&P Index.

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