UA-300188601-1 The Dividend Girl: Welcoming warmly a $217 000 net worth

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Sunday, March 3, 2019

Welcoming warmly a $217 000 net worth

While checking over my stocks this past Friday, I notice some interesting things going on for my portfolio. I decided it was the perfect time to update my investment portfolio. Among the first thing I notice, my investment in Jamieson Wellness Inc. (JWEL) is back in the positive zone, with a gain of 5.93%. My investment in PPL keep going stronger: I am now closed to 31k on that stock alone. In the other hand, I had seen better days for Savaria Corporation (SIS).

Inside my little US stocks portfolio, Derek Foster's General Mills Inc. (GIS) is on a gain - and I think its the first time EVER - 2.54% gain inside my portfolio for GIS. I didn't get rich yet on this Derek Foster stock. However, please remember that my PPL is a Derek Foster stock and I am going rich on it.

As for my TFSA portfolio, two of my latest investments Cargojet Inc. (CJT) and TFI International Inc. (TFII) are being named "high flyers" on Stockopedia and I have to admit, Stockeopedia wasn't wrong on those lovely two! In my personal English, the designation of high flyer = volatile stock, a stock that are sensitive to the market fluctuations. However, high flyers are not all bad. Sometimes, a high flyer can be quite lucrative and could be good stocks to target in case you want to do a quick hit-and-run move. 

I never been a huge fan of Nutrien Ltd. (NTR) for the simple and good reason that I never been able to register some capital positive gain ever since my fantastic Agrium stocks transformed into some boring NTR stocks. But surprise, NTR now has decided to please me and is now on... a 15.6% gain! Among other troublemaker stocks, Sienna Senior Living Inc. (SIA) joined my portfolio on a neutral tone, I wasn't expecting extremely huge capital gains on this little one, but surprise, I am now only on a -0.25% loss on this one. When you think about it for 5 minutes, it's quite strange to actually be expected from a stock little or no growth, but it's normal in a portfolio to have a little mix of a bit everything. But for my next investment, I want a winner stock. I want to pick the best stock I can possibly have. Unfortunately, this weekend got busy and I haven't been hunting down my next investment. No rush, but I am really curious to find out what I will be on next.

Other stocks of mine are on a positive gain, that's why I am now sitting on a 217k net worth.

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