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  • PhysicianOnFIRE
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    If it's not clear why holding dividend payers in a taxable account is less than ideal, read this post on dividends and the now 5-page Bogleheads discussion thread it spawned.

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  • Zaphod
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    If you have to buy individual stocks, do it in your deferred space and put the etf in the taxable. Its just more tax efficient.

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  • Hatton
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    If you are going to buy individual stocks in your taxable account a $4.95 commission should not be significant.  If you find $4.95 to be a lot of money do not buy individual stocks.

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  • Dr. Mom
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    Are you sure you wouldn't be better off with a tax efficient investment like a total stock fund in taxable and then individual stocks in your 401K?  I am guessing from your title that you read Value Averaging by Edelson.  If not, start there.

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  • ajm184
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    This was the only thing I saw around your requirement/request:

    https://www.moneyunder30.com/sharebuilder-review

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  • jz
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    Fidelity may have an account value, above  which the transactions are free. PB and BRK/B are value stocks;  are you seeking a tilt to value stocks?  As Zaphod mentioned, value stocks are less tax-efficient than growth stocks, wrt. the dividends.

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  • Zaphod
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    Some of those are dividend stocks and at your likely tax bracket it will be a huge drag tax wise.

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  • u500_insulin
    started a topic value average buying in taxable account

    value average buying in taxable account

    I recently opened a taxable account after putting max in 401k

    I wanted to buy more individual stocks rather than index, stocks like: PG, Disney, Berkshire, Apple, etc

    Is there a way recommend to buy them, once a month just buy x shares, no matter what the price?

    The only trouble I have with buying frequently is the commission that Fidelity hits me with ($4.95)

     

     
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