UA-300188601-1 The Dividend Girl: My newest find on Stockopedia: PFB Corporation (PFB)

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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

My newest find on Stockopedia: PFB Corporation (PFB)

I was expecting something more coming from the TSX this past Friday, but good times on the stock market comes and goes, but I am always ready when it's showing up. Today wasn't actually a bad day at least, it's just that the TSX is having a hard time to jump over the 16 200 points value. The 16 100 seems to be the new normal in today market. My non-registered portfolio closed today session at $123 792.59, my TFSA portfolio at $69 874.97 and my RRSP portfolio, stocks only, at $42 602.34.

My latest investment, SIR Royalty Income Fund (SRV.UN) is on a gain of 1.48% inside my TFSA portfolio. While investing in a stock, I always wish for the best of course, but I am surprised with that 1.48%. I was more thinking of SRV.UN as cash dividend provider and as a calm stock soldier. I explained the calm stock soldier thing in that post. But it seems like SIR Royalty Income Fund (SRV.UN) is willing to do it's really best to impress its mommy. And mommy is proud!lol I am the mother of many many children. Now that SRV.UN is a killer stock and is now business as usual and integrated in the whole house, now, I am ready for my next investment. I spent sometimes on Stockopedia this weekend and I was able to find a new interesting stock: PFB Corporation (PFB). 

While browsing for stocks on Stockopedia, I mostly go through all of the screens, just to make sure I am not missing out on anything, and sometimes, I just go by StockRank or other search criteria. It's hard to believe but it seems like I am all alone in Canada, enjoying Stockopedia... But it's not a secret anymore to no one - at least for those how are smart enough to read my blog - that Stockopedia is a great tool for anyone willing to find great investments by their own. 

No more need to wait for Jean-François Tardif brand new stocks, the poor man and his unfamous JFT Strategies Fund (JFS.UN) hasn't delivered in ages anyway. With Stockopedia, you need no one, not even me, to find great stocks to invest in. However, I encourage you stay, just in case I would come with THE greatest find of all. All of the stocks that I found on Stockopedia. And the magic trick being: while being browsing on Stockopedia and while facing a good deal: will you be smart enough to recognize the beauty of your newest finding? While facing perfection, will you be able to recognize it? You don't really need to answers those questions. You just have nothing to worry about because my thing is to post about stocks that I find using Stockopedia. It doesn't take any financial knowledge to be able to recognize the good stocks from the bad ones, it takes only some common sense, but even common sense if a quality that is getting rare in our modern world, and that especially something you notice while living in Quebec province: the lack of general intelligence. I could come up with many many examples of why of that, but I think my latest post speaks for itself. And if you are just smart enough, you'll quickly understand that I never get enough of new stocks. I just get really happy and excited when I find an unknown stock that seems to be just perfect for me. I pitched it right on my post title, no time to waste. My newest finding made on Stockopedia is: PFB Corporation (PFB). You won't hear of that stock anywhere on the Web, at the expectation on my blog!

PFB Corporation (PFB) is a nice little one, but what bothers me is that the stock didn't gain yet is pre-2008 stock crash value: (click on the pic to see more clearly):


I don't see in PFB the stock of my life, but I like the stock. It would make a good pick, but only for a little investment. Its getting harder and harder to find some new exciting stuff to invest in.

My tax season is over, but I don't know for sure if I am out of trouble yet. I received a call from Impôts Ici this past Saturday, after completed their survey, but even if I didn't request a callback, I was called back, they actually called two times, once on Friday, and another time Saturday morning. When I answered I was told some bullshit. In the survey I completed, I wrote that, since I had found two mistakes in my tax declaration, I would have appreciated that they had proceeded with a completed review before sending the forms. The guy who called said that the review had been made when they entered the corrections - which is impossible because it took less than 5 minutes for the correction to me made and for the papers to be print. I wasn't really impressed by their poor services, but I wasn't expecting more coming from Quebeckers. No matter what, outsiders shouldn't visit Impôts Ici for their income tax.

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