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Sunday, August 25, 2019

Welcome in my non-registered portfolio Kinder Morgan Canada Limited (KML)!

At just above the 16 000 points, the situation is not extraordinary for this TSX these days. And it's not quite easy to watch. However, a bunch of good stuff had been going on. Let's start with the dividend distribution: this past week, both Canadian Imperial Bank Of Commerce (CM) and Royal Bank of Canada (RY) had announced increasing their dividend distribution.

Cargojet Inc. (CJT) had been in my portfolio since October 2018. I had found the fabulous CJT on Stockopedia. I had found many of the great stocks I hold in my portfolio on Stockopedia: like WSP Global Inc. (WSP), Park Lawn Corporation (PLC), Toromont Industries Ltd (TIH), just to name a few others. Another great news of last financial week concern Cargojet Inc. (CJT). This past Friday, Cargojet Inc. (CJT) closed on a terrific 12.86% gains. I own some CJT stocks inside my TFSA portfolio. CJT announced an agreement deal to provide air transportation services to Amazone.

Also this past week, Pembina Pipeline Corporation (PPL) announced the acquisition of Kinder Morgan Canada Limited (KML) AND a dividend increased. PPL will offer $15.02 per share for KML. Since KML was trading lower than $15.02, I decided to buy some KML shares. Acquisition and merger are certainly among the most exciting thing that exists in the stock market. Whenever a company trading on the stock market buys another one, usually, the buyer makes an offer that exceed the current value per share: I adore that kind of move. The difference between the price of my buy and $15.02 is not enormous, but free cash is free cash. Pembina Pipeline Corporation (PPL) is a Derek Foster stock. PPL had been in my non-registered portfolio since, I belive, 2009. I made $$$ on the back of Derek Foster on that one.

On those bunch of good news, my non-registered portfolio closed Friday session at $112,054.69, my RRSP portfolio at $44,895.08 and TFSA portfolio at $77,433.45‬. I was expecting more gains, but with a TSX below 16 500 points, good gains are hard to come by.

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