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Saturday, February 9, 2019

My newest find on Stockopedia: Allied Properties Real Estate Investment Trust (AP.UN)

Its been a while since I didn't pick any new interesting stocks on Stockopedia, but I made a good catch this evening. I found Allied Properties Real Estate Investment Trust (AP.UN). I already have many REIT stocks in my portfolio, so this finding is not super wow, but I wouldn't mind investing a cute small amount of money in AP.UN. AP.UN has everything I need:

A strong overall chart:


Clearly, AP.UN suffers from the 2008 stock crash, but had recover ever since and its current 2019 value exceed its 2008 pre market stock crash. Allied Properties Real Estate Investment Trust has  good 3.3% dividend yield. AP.UN basically has everything that I like, the only problem is that AP is another REIT stocks.

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

A 15 700 points TSX and a $211 000 net worth

Today had been quite a good day for the TSX. I was really impressed by those healthy 15 700 points of today. So far, February had been an easy month and let's just hope it will continue this way. Its busy at work, so having an easy stock market to handle make things much smoother. Everything cannot be rocky all the time, at the same time. A 15 700 points, the 16 000 points are not really far away. 

In those good time, my non-registered portfolio closed today session at $122 111.16, my TFSA portfolio at $67 123.24, and my RRSP portfolio, stocks only, at $40 281.46. Currently, I estimate my net worth to be in the $211 000. Its mean that I am now only missing $89 000 to be sitting on a 300k net value. It will eventually happen, it's just a matter of time.

What a good surprise: looking like Aphria Inc. (APH) is getting back in the game. In order to keep my spirit, I must admit that I had given up on all hopes my for APH shares to ever go up again. I would have Aphria Inc. shares in my portfolio as a remembered that despite being a really great investor, I can sometimes be suck at it. But no no no. Mommy is too great! Currently, all Canadian pot stocks are kind of on an edge. However, I don't recommend investing in pot stocks, it's too volatile. And please remember my story with APH. 

Just in case - but it shouldn't be the case - that you don't read each of my precious posts on this blog, when I first invested in APH, I bought stocks, and I sell them not too long after, making a profit in the process. I was happy of course. But then, I decided to invest again in APH, and its when I got caught in. I could no longer sell Aphria Inc. at profit! And I still can't, I stuck with it. I have to hold on to it until it completely recovers. So learn from my mistake. Once your out of a deal stay out, don't get back in just for the heck of it, especially in the case of riskier investments.
 

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