Brian Rogers

Brian Rogers

Last Update: 04-16-2015

Number of Stocks: 116
Number of New Stocks: 3

Total Value: $27,177 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 2%

Countries: USA
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Brian Rogers Sold these stocks:

(List those with share number changes of more than 20%, or impact to portfolio more than 0.1%)


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TickerCompanyDate Action
Impactdown Price Range
(Average)*
Current Price Change from Average Comment Current Shares
AAPL Apple Inc 2015-03-31 Sold Out -0.69%$105.99 - $133
($120.78)
$ 124.533%Sold Out0
DGX Quest Diagnostics Inc 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.3%$66.27 - $77.69
($71.61)
$ 71.19-1%Reduce 41.67%1,750,000
KSS Kohl's Corp 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.27%$58.36 - $78.25
($68.07)
$ 62.53-8%Reduce 22.73%4,250,000
CSC Computer Sciences Corp 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.17%$60.68 - $71.74
($65.51)
$ 65.750%Reduce 32.21%1,578,300
ITW Illinois Tool Works Inc 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.17%$91.07 - $99.81
($96.39)
$ 91.45-5%Reduce 10.02%4,487,600
MSG Madison Square Garden Co 2015-03-31 Sold Out -0.14%$72.17 - $84.65
($77.08)
$ 82.447%Sold Out0
WHR Whirlpool Corp 2015-03-31 Sold Out -0.14%$187.47 - $215
($203.1)
$ 173.77-14%Sold Out0
HON Honeywell International Inc 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.13%$97.11 - $105.4
($101.85)
$ 101.850%Reduce 9.95%3,166,100
BMY Bristol-Myers Squibb Company 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.09%$58.48 - $68.47
($62.6)
$ 65.975%Reduce 7.18%5,814,800
CLX Clorox Co 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.08%$103.87 - $111.93
($108.56)
$ 104.54-4%Reduce 8.55%2,139,200
XOM Exxon Mobil Corporation 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.08%$83.58 - $93.37
($88.67)
$ 82.82-7%Reduce 4.41%5,414,200
PSO Pearson PLC 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.08%$17.35 - $22.39
($20.7)
$ 19.16-7%Reduce 27.78%3,250,000
MWV MeadWestvaco Corp 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.08%$42.58 - $54.92
($49.79)
$ 47.47-5%Reduce 12.56%3,479,600
WFC Wells Fargo & Co 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.05%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.064%Reduce 2.07%11,819,600
USB U.S. Bancorp 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.04%$40.94 - $45.12
($43.79)
$ 43.41-1%Reduce 2.04%11,992,800
CCL Carnival Corp 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.04%$42.65 - $47.84
($45.02)
$ 48.959%Reduce 3.85%6,250,000
GLW Corning Inc 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.02%$22.3 - $25
($23.78)
$ 19.70-17%Reduce 2.04%12,000,000
LM Legg Mason Inc 2014-12-31 Sold Out -0.7%$47.61 - $56.75
($52.8)
$ 50.45-4%Sold Out0
UAL United Continental Holdings Inc 2014-12-31 Sold Out -0.59%$40.55 - $66.05
($55.4)
$ 52.81-5%Sold Out0
CPB Campbell Soup Co 2014-12-31 Reduce-0.35%$41.6 - $45.28
($43.72)
$ 47.018%Reduce 40.49%3,232,900
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Brian Rogers's Profile:

Brian Rogers has been the portfolio manager of T. Rowe Price Equity Income Fund (PRFDX) since its inception in 1985.



Brian Rogers's Performance:

Average Annual Return of T. Rowe Price Equity Income Fu
5 Yrs 10 Yrs Since Inception
13.3% 6.8% 10.9%
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Brian Rogers's Current Portfolio:

Ticker Shares Value ($1000)
GE31,536,500782,421
JPM12,781,200774,285
WFC11,819,600642,986
USB11,992,800523,726
CVX5,000,000524,900
PNC5,000,000466,200
JNJ4,633,000466,080
XOM5,414,200460,207
BAC29,700,986457,098
PFE12,737,115443,124
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Brian Rogers's Sector Weightings:


SectorsSector Weightings (%)
Financial Services 19.3% 19.3%
Consumer Cyclical 14.5% 14.5%
Technology 13.2% 13.2%
Energy 11.7% 11.7%
Healthcare 7.1% 7.1%
Utilities 6.7% 6.7%
Basic Materials 5.9% 5.9%
Communication Services 4.8% 4.8%
Consumer Defensive 4.6% 4.6%
Industrials 0.7% 0.7%
Real Estate 0.6% 0.6%
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Tedol1000@google
ReplyTedol1000@google - 2 weeks ago
dorobbong~
Mpdowd
ReplyMpdowd - 1 year ago
how can you be so bullish on financials after 2008 financial crisis ? what's to prevent another situation
where contacts were not honored ? In the 70's financials made up 8% of the S&P today it's closer to 29%
with derivatives Wouldn't it make more sense to be long more electric utilities which have underperformed for a long time and shouldn't there be a reversion back to the mean? I've always thought that in order to outperform one has to be right on the "macro picture" first then drill down and buy the best companies or the ones that put the greatest amount of their sales dollars back into R & D.
When you compete on price it's a race to zero. Do you really think that the banks are actually marking their real estate to the market ? After Janet Yellen's comets today don't you think that she's telling the world that we can't stop the buying back treasuries and the taper will continue at 8o Billion plus a month for a long time. You can't win at poker when the rest of the world can see your cards.
Helicopter been left a mess. Janet Yellin has no choice but to continue to print, print, print
while the GLD and CEF continue to print more certificates that actual Gold held in reserve.
Does anyone even think of these things. When Paulson at Goldman holds up the U.S. for a 700 Billion dollar bailout while Blankefeld tells people he's doing God's work while GS is putting together baskets of overpriced mortgage backs and allowing the other side of GS to cherry pick which baskets their preferred clients are allowed to Short ?? How is GS allowed to get away with this deceptive behavior ?
What a mockery of markets. Who was the firm that allowed Greece to to deceive it's creditors with
GS to structure deceptive mortgage backed baskets that were truly weapons of mass destructions.
To be 19 % long financials you're trying to catch a falling knife ? Has that ever worked for you in the past ? Be different think for your self. I thought you were a smart guy. You're just following the herd.
Think outside the box and for yourself. Just because previous metrics tell you something is cheap don't mean it is.. Just like all the fools who took down the muni offering in Puerto Rico this past week.
We need to get people back to work and you should only be looking at things to invest in where there is pricing power. So to be so blunt but I'm surprised you're listening to the majority of talking heads.
Sincerely Yours
Michael D.
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