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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Rocking shining Canadian stocks who are stealing the show on the TSX. Or the very best of the Dividend Girl

My non-registered portfolio closed today session at somewhat strong $168 039.51 despite the TSX closing at a low 15 372.35 points. I estimate my net worth being at $204 880, no real big increase since last April, when I was happily standing on a $204 277.66 net worth. At least, I am not in the negative zone and I am not losing any money. And at least now, a 204k net worth had become a new "usual". And how that actually happen? Its because I stick and hold on so tight to my best stocks just like if they were diamonds covering my naked body. I not only love my stocks, I am blessing them with all my heart and soul.

Among my many stocks, many many of them are performing soo well, its amazing. Wait stop right there. First of all, lets sheer up to Canadian National Railway Co (CNR) who had hit on today to its new 52 week highest value ever, and that being today on the edge of $104.51 per share. Good job CNR, its always a pleasure to be on your side. Whenever, wherever.

I have a long time history with CNR as I invested in many occasions in the stock, buying whenever it was hitting low. At the current $104.41 per share, its certainly not the time to buy CNR. CNR always go low at some point for whatever reason. CNR is definitively the type of stock you can wait before investing in because it will go lower sooner or later. Just be patient and wait for the opportunity. Great capital gains are to be made, but CNR pay a very tiny little boring dividend. And I guess its the most difficult part, to have thousands and thousands well invested, but invested in a stock that pay very little in dividend. Anyhow, I will never of my life lets go my precious CNR stocks. This is the kind of stock you hold on to until you die.

The trick is to be so smart that you actually forget about the low yield. Its better to even just forgive about dividend yield because its not what it entirely matter. What really matter is to hold on to stock that gain so much in capital gain that it blow your mind. This is the kind of effect that have Savaria Corporation (SIS) on me right now. Inside my non-registered and RRSP portfolio, SIS had made enormous gains. And back on May 7, I was posting on my very best all time achievers, in case you miss it:

FIRST POSITION: Premium Brands Holdings Corporation (PBH): +372.14%
SECOND: New Flyer Industries Inc. (NFI): +341%
THIRD: Methanex Corporation (MX): +272.61% 
Pembina Pipeline Corporation (PPL): +156.24%
Canadian National Railway Co (CNR) (in non-registered portfolio): +155.67%
Corby Distilleries Limited (CSW.A): +129.37%
Lassonde Inc. (LAS.A): +99.38%
K-Bro Linen Inc. (KBL): +91.20% 
TMX Group Inc. (X): +87.86%
Savaria Corporation (SIS) (in RRSP portfolio): +83.29%
Saputo Inc. (SAP): +81.18%
Enbridge Income Fund Holdings Inc. (ENF): +78.88%
Loblaw Companies (L): +71.01%
Fortis Inc. (FTS): +71.82%
Cineplex Inc. (CGX): +62.20% 
BIP.UN: +60.11% 
Enbridge Inc. (ENB): +58.50%  
Savaria Corporation (SIS) (in non-registered portfolio): +55.20%
TransCanada Corp (TRP): +56.85%
TD (in RRSP portfolio): +52.29%
Exchange Income Corporation (EIF): +52.14%
CT Real Estate Investment Trust (CRT.UN): +46.16%
Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS): +41.98% 
Park Lawn Corporation (PLC): +41.54%
BCE Inc. (BCE): +39.72%
The North West Company Inc. (NWC): +32.16%
Canadian National Railway Co (CNR) (in TFSA portfolio): +31.82%
Emera Inc. (EMA): +31.36% 
Toronto-Dominion Bank (T) (in RRSP portfolio): +30.06%
Canadian Utilities Limited (CU): +27.44%
Agrium Inc. (AGU): +27.38%
Park Lawn Corporation (PLC) (in TFSA portfolio): +26.59%
Morguard North American Residential Real Estate Investment Trust (MRG.UN): +20.11%
Emera Incorporated (EMA): inside RRSP: +75.49%
Since that time, SIS only went all the way up.
You'll easily understand that my obsession of the time, other than desperately trying to find another apartment in Montreal, my really number one obsession is to find new stocks that can be just as high fun as Savaria Corporation (SIS). Some of my top performers had been find on Stockopedia, by browsing their many screens: Park Lawn Corporation (PLC), Morguard North American Residential Real Estate Investment Trust (MRG.UN), and not to forget, Richards Packaging Income Fund (RPI.UN). Pure Industrial Real Estate Trust (AAR.UN) is not among my top performer yet, it may never been, but AAR.UN is a decent stock. It was also find using Stockopedia.
Instead of just waiting for Gordon Pape and Derek Foster and Susan Brunner to came with something interesting, I can now can do things on my own. Stock ideas are hard to come by. The ultimate challenge is to find other stocks just like SIS to pull the juice from that will just have the same "effect" on me and my portfolio. But how do I do that? I am asking the question, but of course, I know the answer. By simply checking on which screens Savaria Corporation (SIS) may be on in Stockopedia. Thankfully, SIS appears on at least one screen. And do you want to take a wild guess on which one it is? Do you really want to know?

Well, its the 52 Week High Momentum Screen! Of course. And of course, CNR appears on the exact same screen. Here is where the real fun begin: THE SEARCH. The ultimate search for my next best thing. Despite the excitement, its in time like these you need to remember what you are looking for:
-top chart stocks that have a great past history, with a chart going all the way up
-dividend payer
-stock that had survived the 2008 crash and are now at a higher value than before 2008

Stick to the plan so you just don't invest in some junk stock that will only make you lose money at the end. Just at a time where you could almost think that you'll never ever find any other very great interesting stocks to invest in, well, something finally show up!
Now, are you just ready to read on what is my newest everything?

The discovery of the evening is definitively: WSP Global Inc. (WSP).

Killer chart just like I love them, with a nice 2.956% dividend yield that make sense. And on top of that, StockRank is really high (that's a Stockopedia feature). Good job girl, I just find a new stock to invest in. Welcome in the house WSP.

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