|Name & Symbol||Bought at||Current||Change|
|Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)||56.79||53.04||-237|
|Berkshire Hathaway B (BRK-B)||3005.00||2819.00||-384|
As you can see, every stock I have advanced during March, with JNJ and BRK-B trimming their losses by roughly half since I added them to the mix. Ford (F) was the Big Kahuna last month and it easily retains that title after adding almost $2,400 during March.
Google (GOOG) advanced some, but it was overtaken by Apple (APPL). My expectations for Citigroup (C) being a good place for the loose dollars in my Roth account has similarly borne fruit this month.
My only real short-term concern going forward with these stocks is Ford (F). GM appears to be prepping for a quickie, pre-determined bankruptcy filing that will let it shed a lot of its debt load and restructure what remains, which would likely put it at a competitive advantage to Ford. Since I'm not a short-term day trader type by inclination, and I believe Ford has a better product mix and is better situated, I'm going to hold on to Ford for the long haul.