3M Social Media Sentiment

$181.49
-1.17 (-0.64 %)
(As of 09/17/2021 12:00 AM ET)
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$179.41
$182.66
50-Day Range
$181.49
$202.83
52-Week Range
$156.13
$208.95
Volume10.72 million shs
Average Volume2.47 million shs
Market Capitalization$105.02 billion
P/E Ratio17.85
Dividend Yield3.24%
Beta0.96

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September 16th, 2021  2:09 AM  |  BlueHorizon87 |  dividends
PG vs JNJ vs MMM for Dividends?

Im looking into a solid stock for dividends. These 3 stocks are often highly recommended for this reason. MMM pays the biggest dividend @ 3.25% which is quite impressive. JNJ and PG pay roughly the same dividend, with JNJ slightly higher @ 2.5%. Which of the 3 would you recommend …

September 8th, 2021  12:36 PM  |  SuperSaiyanApe |  dividends
Dividend gains question

I have positions in MMM, JNJ, CVX, JPM, all with gains of at least 38%. I timed the first covid entry well. That being said, I currently have stop losses set on all my holdings anywhere from 8 to 10% below Market value in the event of the entire market …

September 8th, 2021  3:22 AM  |  pokemasta4 |  dividends
Porfolio diversity

I was thinking about adjusting my portfolio to have VOO, KO, PEP, JNJ, MMM, and O. I understand about just choosing KO or PEP, but I like both companies. (lol) I should have about $1500 or so leftover after everything. Should I invest some into …

September 7th, 2021  11:41 AM  |  Level-Weather-7036 |  dividends
3M is starting to look interesting

The 3.1% dividend is very safe (and fairly high for MMM by historical standards) P/E is under 20 Current ratio is 1.7 (lots of cash on hand if/when there is a market downturn) Major segments are safety/industrial (stable market), transportation/electronics (growing market), …

September 5th, 2021  6:18 PM  |  Boobgarbage |  dividends
Who are y’all buying in September?

Recently bought $MMM again now I’m looking to add something else that’s around fair value with a decent dividend. What are y’all buying?

September 1st, 2021  1:43 PM  |  pokemasta4 |  dividends
Dividend Investing Question

Hello all! I currently have invested about $500 each into KO, PEP, JNJ, and bought MMM & especially ABBV today with the drop. I was wondering how else I could diversify my portfolio. I’m thinking of ETFs like VOO, VTI, or QQQ next, but what …

August 28th, 2021  3:03 PM  |  MrsBurpee |  dividends
For those of you who have a divindend + growth approach, what are your favorite growth stocks to complement a dividend heavy account?

I’m 24 yo and I started investing a year ago. I have 20 stocks, 18 of them pay a dividend: - APPL - MMM - CAT - KO - HD - JNJ - MCD - MPW - MDT - MSFT - NKE - NVDA - PEP - PFE - PG - O - V - WMT My growth stocks are AMZN and GOOGL. I’m thinking of selling one of my dividend …

August 28th, 2021  11:14 AM  |  Ana1blitzkrieg |  dividends
New to investing. Opinions on my portfolio?

I’m recently out of college, working my first job, so I am new to investing. I want to focus on dividends since I like the idea of realizing my money without having to sell. I also want to build it up so that, by the time I retire, my dividends pay for all …

August 25th, 2021  9:30 AM  |  riverafamilymail143 |  Superstonk
Thinkorswim showing MMM +/- 24.919 Market Maker Move

What Is the Market Maker Move? As you may have guessed from the name, MMM uses some of the same inputs that market makers do, such as stock price, volatility differential, and time to expiration. A proprietary calculation then reverse-engineers the options …

August 16th, 2021  3:29 PM  |  clevercamel2 |  options
Do I understand PMCC calculations correctly?

Im reviewing the math of doing a 100% PMCC porfolio. I think Im screening conservatively looking at DOW/S&P indexed stocks with T60/T3 increasing revenues. So I currently selected CVS, MMM, and TRV. To keep things simple to calculate ROI for each stock I used a …

August 15th, 2021  2:14 PM  |  exor41n |  dividends
Any reason not to just invest in only FDVV?

As the title says, I’m wondering why not to invest in just FDVV than try to figure out for myself which blue chip stocks will be the best and gain value or give good dividends. I’ve invested in O, MMM, T and all have done well but FDVV has increased by 9% for me …

August 14th, 2021  10:57 PM  |  GodHand14 |  dividends
I'm afraid I've gone too diverse too soon.

Im 25 and just started to get into dividends at the beginning of the year. On average I make about $8 in dividends a month. As of now I can comfortably invest $100-200 a month into more stocks. I took the approach of going kinda broad with my investments and Im worried I stretched …

August 14th, 2021  7:01 PM  |  jmatt73 |  dividends
Thoughts on my current holdings

So have holdings in several brokerages. Just curious what others think. Schwab - ABBV, BAC, CAG & SCHD Fidelity - AAPL, MO, O & PEP M1 - MMM, MCD, JNJ & STAG Webull - ARCC, ABR, NYMT, PFLT & VVR

August 14th, 2021  11:05 AM  |  Moby2001 |  dividends
Dividend Portfolio Help

Currently hold: MMM, ABBV, MO, AAPL, BAC BMY, CHX, CLX, XOM, JNJ MCD, MSFT, PEP, PFE, PG O, SO, SBUX, VZ, VICI V, WBA Also hold - VTI Any company that I should replace or add with …

August 5th, 2021  4:41 PM  |  mrfilthynasty4141 |  stocks
MMM - why the f*** aren't more people talking about this stock?

I guess the post title explains itself. I am curious why 3M is not a more popular choice amongst the community. I have been sleeping on it myself for quite some time now. I did some research/dd into the company awhile back but got busy with life and forgot about it. At the current …

August 3rd, 2021  1:28 PM  |  Art_Vand3lay_ |  dividends
Looking to add one more Dividend stock to round out DRIP portfolio

Looking for one more dividend stock to add to my long term DRIP portfolio, to be made up of 20 stocks. The stock doesn’t need to have a particularly high yield. Anything above 2% is adequate. Would like something to diversify what I already have. I do not need ETF ideas, …

August 2nd, 2021  1:51 AM  |  -Snuggle-Slut- |  dividends
Two of the Three.

Im just getting started and only have 4 ETFs that pay monthly Divs (SPHD, SDIV, DHS, PEY). I wanted to diversify into a couple quarterly-paying div/growth stocks. Based on what Im starting with and can contribute regularly it only makes sense to add two right now. Im …

July 27th, 2021  8:45 AM  |  Kant_sleep13 |  Daytrading
Stock Watch List July 27, 2021

The original Gap Watch List Poster. Trade with the best or lose with the rest! Check the post history. This is a gap list, 2nd-day plays and charts that are not gapping with volume WILL NOT MAKE THIS LIST. Good morning, heres my gap watch list: ​ Gap Ups: …

July 23rd, 2021  3:48 PM  |  DarthTrader357 |  investing
INTEL ($INTC) - I was right about its price action

I stated that Earnings were good and bull put spreads among other strategies brought down the price action but that it would unwind as expiration approached, meaning the price would begin to rebound into next week. Sure enough, price action confirms this with a spike …

July 18th, 2021  11:38 PM  |  jpanda206 |  dividends
Rate My Dividend Leaning Portfolio

Recently came into some funds, and wanted to invest in them with the below. Just wanted some steady income from these funds. This is my dividend leaning portfolio, please review...Thanks! ​ MSFT - .85% Yield - 25% of portfolio SCHD - 2.89% Yield - 25% of …

July 16th, 2021  8:06 PM  |  dragon_mister |  dividends
Thoughts on my current holding? As a 20yr old investor

I have invested at around 5% in each of these stocks and Im not planning to buy anymore, just reinvest back into these. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated :) Here are my current holdings: Consumer services: MRW, KGF.L, BRBY Real estate: O, PLD Tech: AVST Energy: BP, …

July 15th, 2021  2:04 PM  |  navyjoe1987 |  dividends
Income Growth Portfolio Update

Hope this helps some new investors. I’m still “new” but I feel confident in the large amount of learning and research I’ve done. Critiques are always welcome. I’ve been refining my Income Growth Portfolio over the last year. It is mostly geared to growth now but pays good dividends. …

July 11th, 2021  8:29 PM  |  BigCitySteam638 |  RobinHoodPennyStocks
Some DD on dividend stocks.

I sent this list that I did some DD on earlier in the year to find out which stocks were the best in the returns for dividends, I came across a great website that gave a lot of info on the subject. Now there are other stocks out there that give dividends but here’s what I found: …

July 10th, 2021  6:23 PM  |  Unintelligent_Stocks |  dividends
Hello, I wanted to ask your opinion on my portfolio. Currently I'm 15, and have about $530 in the account. I've been investing for a few months now, but wanted to focus slightly more on growth.

Growth VTI: 25% QQQ: 15% PBW: 5% PBD: 5% Dividend SCHD: 10% VYM: 7.5% DGRO: 7.5% Reit O: 6% STAG: 5.25% MAIN: 3.75% Personal Stock 1% in each VZ, MMM, CVX, HRZN, IBM, ABBV, MO, NKE, HD, WLKP

July 10th, 2021  3:44 PM  |  iamjli55 |  dividends
Beginner Portfolio Review

Interested in advice from the community. Im 25 years old and just began investing this year. So far Ive invested around 14k to date. Ive picked mostly safe dividend stocks in the beginning but upon further research have found that due to my relative young age I should be focusing …

July 10th, 2021  10:17 AM  |  Crossblue |  dividends
Individual companies or etf for early retirement

Hey guys, so here’s my plan. My wife and I will be retiring in 10 years (~35) since we are extremely frugal and live a quiet lifestyle. Our investments will need to be more tailored to higher payout less growth as we’ll need the cash flow obviously. Would you guys continue to …

July 9th, 2021  1:46 PM  |  Mister22Blue |  dividends
220,- a month

Bought O, LTC and STAG today. Earning 220,- of my currency a month in avarage (goal is 30k). Now I need to buy some safer stocks. Thinking of MMM, KO, PEP, HD, LOW and JNJ. Whichone I should choose? Or do you have some other ideas?

July 2nd, 2021  8:07 AM  |  Commercial_Ask_3536 |  dividends
Portfolio feedback

Looking for feedback on stocks to add/hold to a dividend growth portfolio. More focused on CAGR than yield (a couple exceptions) as I have a long way to go (i hope!). So not interested in many popular oil/telecom companies. Goal here is basically to diversify like an etf without the …

June 30th, 2021  12:03 AM  |  GemelosAvitia |  stocks
Supply Chain Value (Long-Term)

One of the best rules of investing Ive come across and practiced is to avoid what everybody else is buying. Of course, thats impossible 100% of the time, but often there is hidden value not far down supply chains of more popular companies if you peel back a few layers. ​ 1. …

June 25th, 2021  11:19 AM  |  ProtoSTL |  dividends
20 Years Until Retirement, Different Portfolio Outlook

I am looking at my portfolio from a different perspective now. When I started, I added a ton of individual stocks with a high yield or YEARS of growth. Now that I am looking into retirement, I have thought that those years of growth have been great for some of those …

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