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Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Canadian National Railway Company (CNR) is paying a treat to investors

That's quite nice, Canadian National Railway Company (CNR) had increased its dividend by 25%.

And its not the only fantastic news. My non-registered portfolio closed today session at $139 408.14. I could barely believe. I hold CNR in both my TFSA and non-registered portfolio and watch out the fantastic gain. Back in October 2014, I had invested in CNR and since that time, I made more than $300 in capital gain, a 10% gain.

I was disappointed to see my precious Exchange Income Corporation (EIF) down, but its part of the game. This one is a bit more volatile. The TSX gain a few points, but no matter what, Royal Bank of Canada (RY) is also down. At this point, RY appears to be attracting.

I find it quite hilarious to read over the Internet that a household that make $120 000 is being considered "middle" class. That is certainly not a middle class history... If would make 120k a year, I would be rich, not part of the middle class. But that's where we stand. Under the Tories of Stephen Harper, a Canadian middle class salary is $120 000. Really? Will I really have to vote for Justin Trudeau for Prime Minister? Hell no.

Shake up Tories, don't make me vote for a damn Quebecker. PLEASE.


Anonymous said...

$120,000 for a family of four is not a lot. In GTA, you can't event afford a house with that income.

Sunny said...

If its the case, Toronto is a shitty place to be.

Anonymous said...

Sunny you need to invest in US and international stocks. International stocks are up over 10% since the beginning of the year, US stocks are up over 8%, thanks to the increase of the US dollar while Canadian stocks are only up about 3%.

Sunny said...

There's always place for improvement inside a portfolio, but I am not much interest in the US market. My thing is to get rich with Canadian stocks on the Canadian market in Canadian money.


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