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Monday, September 18, 2017

In the search of new stocks to invest in with Stockopedia

Its a great feeling to finally see my TSX hot darling hitting on over the 15 200 points mark. In many ways, the TSX is a very wild sexy old bitch that only need a lot of love and care. I was doing amazingly well when the TSX was on the 15 500 points. But since it went lower by over 300 points, things haven't been easy. My non-registered portfolio closed at $178 695.95, my TFSA portfolio at $58 983.97. My dividend income, excluding RRSP, is currently set at an equivalent of $685.69 per month. I am always trying to find new gems for my portfolio, and its not exactly easy but that search just keep going on and on and on. Its an obsession and it probably will end when I will be too old to place any trade at all.

I don't want to invest in any more REIT stocks. No more bank stocks or anything financial please. I already hold so many stocks in my portfolio. Why should I hold on to any more? I am always in the search of new stocks to invest in. Because you never know which stock could be my next everything. And its quite easier to me to find new stock to invest in rather than searching for a new apartment in Montreal. And if I stop my portfolio duty now, who knows what I could be missing? What would happen if I wouldn't had invested in Savaria Corporation (SIS), Canadian National Railway Co (CNR), Lassonde Inc. (LAS.A), and all of my other super wonderful stocks? I wouldn't be as shinier as now.

When my reading and personal search lead me to just no where to go, I really like to turn over to Stockopedia. I pick many of my greatest stocks using Stockopedia: Morguard North American Residential Real Estate Investment Trust (MRG.UN), Park Lawn Corporation (PLC) and Richards Packaging Income Fund (RPI.UN), just to name those I remember right now.

What I am looking for? Something related to seniors care, health care, water, clean energy. And I came with:
 Sienna Senior Living Inc. (SIA)
 Northland Power Inc. (NPI)

I would like a stock related to water, but I can't find any, not for now.

1 comment:

p e j said...

have a look at:

BIP-UN.TO, BEP-UN.TO. fantastic dividend and DRIP for life.


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