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Tuesday, January 13, 2009

I now understand how it’s all work

And I am very excited and I need more cash! Because I want to Stop working right now! But in 2 hours from now, I will be back at work.

At the time I write this, I taught that PGF.UN was provided a 2.04$ annual dividend…. I was so wrong, but I don’t remember I get the 2.04$ info from where. No better source than the Web site of the company itself… I visited PGF.UN Web site… and oh surprise, the annual dividend is being set at 2.70$... Knowing I purchase last week 300 stocks, I will earn, in 2009, the income of 810$ of that investment alone… WOW!

It took me times and 3 DF books to understand but I finally get it, purchasing stocks is the way out. And it’s part of the reason why it didn’t take me too long before purchasing PGF.UN. For a 9.70$ per stocks, I received 2.70$. Which is around 21% of the initial value of 9.70$ in return.

I read here and there that there was going to have a dividend cut around this stocks. But still, I do not mind and I do not worry too much about it. On this date, the PGF.UN Web site still advertise 2.70$ in annual dividend.

I just keep thinking about it and went with this idea:

I do not make any big expenses and usually, my expenses for a month are around 1 200$, up to 1 500$ when I am in a shopping mood. So lets say I am need of a total income of 15 000$ per year. PGF pay 2.70$ per share.

If I calculate: 15 000$ ⁄2.70$ = 5 556 stocks. Which mean I need 5 556 stocks of PGF.UN to reach an income of 15 000$ per year. It’s about all I need for my little living.

Right now, PGF is at 9.81$.

5 556 x 9.81$ = 54 504.36$

All I need is the amount of 54 504.36$ and invest in all in PGF.UN.

But of course, I cannot just invest in a one stock. But….. It’s quite tempting to do so! Especially with PGF.UN.

My goal is not to become rich, it’s just to make my life easier and, if not retired early, just make a more comfortable living and move in something that’s a bit bigger than a 1 and a half apartment lol. And after that, who care about the market volability?

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