UA-300188601-1 The Dividend Girl: Welcome in my TFSA portfolio Enbridge Inc. (ENB)!

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Monday, March 26, 2018

Welcome in my TFSA portfolio Enbridge Inc. (ENB)!

Easter is coming in a hurry and in the meantime, we had learned about one of Donald Trump affairs. Just like Bill Clinton before him, I believe that Trump is lying in the face of a desperate US nation.

On a happier note, Derek Foster announced today that his wife just gave birth... If I am correct, Derek Foster now has... 7 kids!!!! I was under the impression that his family was completed, he had a baby girl a couple of years ago... but I guess not. Also today, Derek announced that he made a new US investment in General Mills Inc. (GIS). This is just coming at a perfect time. Remember that I sold my Coca-Cola shares not too long ago? Well, I am going blind in the US stock market. I am probably going to invest in some General Mills Inc. (GIS) stocks.

I finally invested in Enbridge Inc. (ENB) today inside my TFSA account. I made only a small investment. It's quite hard to invest in ENB right now when the stock seems to only go down. For that reason, I only made a small investment. I didn't want to invest more. I am not super excited about this new investment, but during that time, Premium Brands Holdings Corporation (PBH) is making me proud. PBH closed today at its highest value ever: $117.08 per share! In result, my non-registered portfolio closed today session at $188 164.68. Not too bad. Just imagine how things are going to turn super great for me once the TSX hit back its old 15 600 points.....
 

2 comments:

Dividend Investor! said...

Good purchase, fellow New Brunswicker! ;)

earthskync said...

Hey DG, I currently own ENB in my dividend portfolio, I've watched it go from 57$ to 39$, while maintaining it's dividend. They are pretty adamant about raising their dividend year after year. And while I've lost about 30% of it's value, since I've owned it, I'm quite confident it'll get back up there. It currently makes up 1.5% portfolio. And building a small position seems like a good choice. It's no PBH, which I would have loved to buy awhile ago, but it's a steady grower.

 

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