My Grown Up CAPS Portfolio
I am finally trying to bust out of the low 90's to the high 90's, which is not to be confused with the high 80's which is what I also called my college education.
Now that I have to move the magazine backwards and forwards like I'm playing a trombone in order to focus my eyes, and find the simplicity of club soda refreshing, it's time I had a CAPS portfolio that is as wise and mature as I am.
I'm trying to build a base of highly recognizable, mostly consumer facing stocks that I understand and can opine on, and might actually invest in as I see values of my favorites drop.
Another part of the grown up CAPS portfolio is these are mostly stocks that, if my daughter told me she was going to marry the heir to one of these, I'd burst into tears of joy. Actually, she's 13 and I'd ram a pencil in his neck, but if she was 21...