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Thursday, February 11, 2010

BMO Bank of Montreal: worst financial institution of Canada history

Thanks to the TSX gains of today, my stocks and units portfolio is now at 39 228.25$, a nice gain of 246.67$. I guess my mutual funds and other might also gain in value. Little gain is better than nothing at all. My DRIP strategy is working quite well. I gain extra units and stocks lately, which really help to increase my dividend income. There again, the gain are not spectacular, but quite interesting. BMO Bank of Montreal did a major mistake when they decided to fire me because of their lack of leadership: they fired the best small investor of all… And they are not even aware of it. I know, it must be difficult to accept for BMO Bank of Montreal, they unfairly laid off one of the greatest investor of all. Taught it was going to kill me? Nope. I got enough of the BMO InvestorLine and all that BMO shit. Anyhow, back on date of January 24, my annual dividend income was of 3 154.33$ and here it is now, on date of February 11, 2010:

Sprott Inc. (SII): 505 stocks x 0.10$ + (let’s suppose Sprott Inc. will provide a special dividend like last year) = 126.25$
Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS): 105 stocks x 1.96$ = 205.80$
Methanex Corporation (MX): 103 stocks x 0.62$ = 63.86$
Fortis (FTS): 104 stocks x 1.12$ = 116.48$
Pembina Pipeline Income Fund (PIF.UN): 410 units x 1.56$ = 639.60$
Just Energy Income Fund (JE.UN): 423 stocks x 1.24$ + the 2010 special dividend =
Yellow Pages Income Fund (YLO.UN): 425 units x 0.804$ = 341.70$
Bell Aliant Regional Communications Income Fund (BA.UN): 100 units x 2.904$ = 290.40$
Pengrowth Energy Trust (PGF.UN): 106 units x 0.84$ = 89.04$
Enbridge Income Fund (ENF.UN): 302 units x 1.152$ = 347.90$
Corby Distilleries (CDL.A): 100 stocks x 0.56$ = 56$
Davis + Henderson Income Fund (DHF.UN): 100 units x 1.836$ = 183.60$
+ let’s add 100$, supposing the DRIP system will provide an extra income of 100$
= 3 167.35$

Compare to January 24, 2010, this is an interesting gain of:
Ok, nothing to be very exciting about right, but what if I gain an extra 13.02$, on top of my dividend earning, every single months? Now, this is getting quite interesting!

13.02$ x 12 months = 156.24$ + 3 167.35$ = 3 323.59$ in free money! Interesting. This is what I call the power of money. Thanks to Derek Foster, I almost better than Eric Sprott at the investing game lol. The TSX is a rocket star and I am soon going to be a six figure investor. Isn’t nice?

Investing is fun, but its require a lot of time and energy. Ok, I am getting free money from my investment, but still, I have to keep track of everything and I am doing this on a daily basis. On top of that add my 2 jobs and my writing activities on HubPages. Yes, its hard work, but its not that hard. Its just about keeping track to make sure everything remain on a kind of normal state for the companies I decided to invest in. The 12 companies I had invested in for the dividend are well established. Nothing to worry about. But just for precaution, I follow everything. Just in case. And I haven’t been dumb enough to invest in BMO Bank of Montreal stocks if you see what I mean. I am not calling myself a genius worker for nothing see.

I was very happy to learn recently that a group of people working for BMO Nesbitt Burns had decided to sue BMO Bank of Montreal for unpaid extra hours. Can you believe, BMO Bank of Montreal didn’t pay overtime hours – not for a month or 2 – but for the whole period of 2002-2010. Time had come to BMO Bank of Montreal to face the reality. I am making my coming out about my lay off at BMO Bank of Montreal to be supportive to those employees who haven’t been paid by my late employer. To them I would like to say: don’t worry, those f****** are going to pay! Juroviesky and Ricci LLP are taking care of the case.

BMO Bank of Montreal is in real bad shape. Fact is, running after profit and sales won’t help in any matter BMO Bank of Montreal. Laying off good employees either like myself either. And not paying overtime is a really really bad idea. Guess the CEO of BMO Bank of Montreal has a lot to learn. Finally, BMO Bank of Montreal got what it deserves. But we couldn’t exept much more from BMO Bank of Montreal.


Anonymous said...

You are shit

Anonymous said...

BMO is all talk-feel-good-propagandist who are actually pushing their employees to sell sell sell. Do not believe their pithc when they tell you they are working in the best interest of the clients. BMO sweet talk these clients and screw them all at the same time. What an Evil Bank.


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