Today’s share purchases

Bought Huntsworth (HNT) at 45.35p reducing average buying cost from 64.7p to 51.8p

Bought more Tesco (TSCO) at 319.5p reducing average cost per share from 374.3p to 367p

Followed up the recent purchase of Dominio’s Pizza (DOM) with more at 448p reducing the average buy price from 480p to 464p

Finally, purchased more Biome Technologies (BIOM) shares at 0.161p which increased average buying price from 0.158p to 0.16p

Another 9 share purchases today

In the words of Frank from Brightwells, “let’s get on with the business”…

Bought Centrica (CNA) at 296.4p reducing average buying price slightly from 297.4p to 296.9p

Bought Capita (CPI) at 656p following positive comment in today’s Investors Chronicle magazine. This is the first time I’ve purchased CPI.

Bought Picton Property Income (PCTN) at 42.2p – Dividend play

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Share Purchases – 8th February 2012

Apologies to regular readers of the Amateur Investor blog, I’ve been a bit quiet of late.

Since my last post I have received a number of dividends and today was the day I reinvested them.

First purchase was Clinton Cards (CC.) – not one for widows and orphans as I see this particular retailer as one of those where 2012 could be make or break for them.
We all would love to think that we are expert recovery stock pickers, in truth we are not.
Time will tell if today’s purchase at 10.95p turns out to be shrewd, or foolish!

Second purchase was Pennon (PNN). I’m already a holder but I took the opportunity to buy in again today at 693p.

Finally came Tesco (TSCO). Again, I’m already a holder of Tesco, but the recent fall in share price was too tempting to ignore. People will always have to eat (unless scientists invent a daily pill that will give us all the calories, vitamins and nutrients we need). Bought today at 330.0340p.

Friday’s share purchase

Just one share purchase today, to re-invest some dividend income.

Bought Tesco (TSCO) at 409p.

A quick look at the Friday Broker round-up shows that Nomura keeps buy rating and 500p target.

And next Thursday’s trading update from Tesco should also give us an early insight into what sort of Christmas the supermarkets can expect.