All the market volatility is how the big trading houses make their money. Best for long haul investors to ignore it and stick to our age and risk tolerance allocation models. I still like J&J, and bought a little more a couple weeks ago.. Love dividend growth sticks when they are priced right. It may just sit in its current price range for awhile, but showed resilience over the last few days of dropsies. I bet is in 5-10 years the talcum fiasco will be long in the rear view mirror. That 3% yield is nice. Most of my market money is in low cost ETF's, but owning a few blue chip dividend achievers seems like a good way to go. A good blue chip dividend ETF like SCHD is worth a look during corrections.