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Monday, December 4, 2017

Welcome in my RRSP portfolio Quebecor Inc. Class B Subordinate Voting Shares (QBR.B)!

I am happy that I sell out Home Capital Group Inc. (HCG) back on Friday. HCG reached the $17.29 per share today, but it closed the day at $17.16. Very glad its no longer from my portfolio. 

Following the sell of  Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. inside my RRSP - which happens a little way back, I had a couple hundreds to invest. I didn't have too many options in my watch list, but I stopped my choice on Quebecor Inc. Class B Subordinate Voting Shares (QBR.B). At a time where it appear really difficult to come alone some interesting trades agreement - its seem impossible to do with the US, and barely possible with China - well, it seem its voice of common sense to hit on businesses doing business exclusively here in Canada and in the case of Quebecor, exclusively in Quebec province. But actually, maybe Quebecor have deal outside Quebec province, I don't know. And I don't care. I just wanted something new in my portfolio to satisfy my taste for a new stock. I am actually like a Dracula, I buy and suck all of the blood until there's nothing left. But I didn't purchased today all of Quebecor stocks today, please be reassure.

Very strangely, this hell of Quebec province is my new eldorado. 

I knew I had for mission to reduce my margin usage, but I was on a good moon today and I decided to invest in National Bank of Canada (NA) inside my non-registered portfolio. I plan to play with NA and sell it for profit later on. For now, I will be enjoying the dividend. I am looking forward to sell more of my stocks for profit. I am curious to see if NA will be profitable or not on the short term run. 

Too bad the TSX went down today, it seem like market is as stress and suck up as we all are with the US and China, and North Korea. Its hard to believe that South Korea is welcoming the Winter Olympics. I wouldn't like to go there if I would be one of those poor athletes.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I have NA in my registered portfolio. My policy is to have dividends though.


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