UA-300188601-1 The Dividend Girl: My thing with the overall chart: how I search for stocks on Stockopedia - Part 1

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Sunday, September 8, 2019

My thing with the overall chart: how I search for stocks on Stockopedia - Part 1

The TSX didn't close the week on a positive gain, but I was pleased to see hitting on the 16 500 points. It's looking like we could be in the old 16 600 points value soon enough, but the problem I am having with the stock market right now is its lack of stability. Those 16,535.33‬ points don't mean anything if it's to see the TSX going down to 16 000 points - again - , or even worst, going under the 16 000 points. As you know, I have a little US portfolio, in which I only have two stocks: Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (BRK.B) and General Mills Inc. (GIS).

I had been checking some healthier option as cereal. I usually eat oatmeal for breakfast. I usually bring to work 2 meals: one for lunch, and one that I eat before leaving work so I can go to the gym without feeling hungry. In the evening, I like to have a little bowl of cereal. These days I am dieting and I almost go to the gym every day (I don't know if that motivation will be around for really long), for at least 35 minutes, at the exception of Sunday, the gym is closed. While looking at cereal options, I couldn't help it but I find that many kinds of cereal that may seem like healthy at first hold too much sugar. And many of those cereal brands are coming from General Mills Inc. (GIS). I am really tired of seeing those big companies like GID who are giant in the food industry poisoning us. I decided it was time for me to say goodbye to General Mills Inc. (GIS), just like I did when it comes to Lassonde Industries Inc. (LAS.A) a couple of weeks ago. I am really glad that I got rid of LAS.A, before ever since I sold that stock form my non-registered portfolio, LAS.A had kept losing value. Lassonde Industries In.a (LAS.A) is another example of a leader in the food industry who's poisoning us. A lot of their so call juice contains so much sugar, it's a crime.

Really shortly, I will be searching for a a new US stock to invest in Stockopedia. But for now, I had spent a big part of my Sunday afternoon on Stockopedia. I had came along with 5 pages of stock. This is now I like to find stocks onSstockopedia.


I go through all Guru screens, beginning by of course their highest 3 year return. I go through all the stocks that appear in those sreens. I go on every single one of them and I have a quick look at the last 5 years chart. If the 5 years chart is all the way up, I write it down. I try to go through as much as Stockopedia screens that I can. Today, I went on many on them and I gave me a list of 5 pages. Maybe the same stock is appeaing two times in this list, this is just a first bid draft if I can say. All of those stocks are trading on the TSX. I am just displaying their ticket at this time:

IIP.UN
KMP.UN
PEO
BLDP
TCS
CWEB
CAL
BAD
MG
MRE
PXT
LIF
WPK
QSR
VCM
RUF.UN
AP.UN
WFC
MEQ
MRG.UN
IAG
MIC
HLS
PFB
NWC
PKI
ENGH
SSL
FNV
ASR
FC
SLF
MRU
X
INE
AIF
GC
ATD.B
EIF
EMP.A
MIC
OTEX
IFC
CP
KL
GSY
AQN
ADN
DRG.UN
CGO
GIGI
GDI
GSY
HRX
L
MNT
NOA


I also took into account penny stocks. Here are the penny stocks that came out from my Guru screens search on Stockopedia:
CTZ
QIS
GLO
TCA
XBC 
MCR
ORC.B
EOG
ELC
STC
EMX
PFM
AUP

Next step, is to go on the TSX web site right he, in order to write down, on my paper sheets: the dividend yield, and have a close look to what the overall chart look like for each of their stock and write down if the overall chart is ok or now. For this task, I am consulting directly the TSX web site and not Stockopedia because since the overall chart is so important to me in my decision making, I way prefer to consult directly the TSX website. Of course, this make the process longer and it's the reason why it's passed 10 pm and I am not done yet with this task. So let's continue.... I will post a part 2 of this tomorrow, or maybe later o to let you know which stocks remain as possible future investment. 

I don't want: businesses involved in insuance. I don't want any REIT stocks. I don't  want stocks with a rocky overall chart, or chart that didn't recover from the 2008 stock crash, which mean that if a stocks have a lower value now of what it used to be before the 2008 stock crash: I don't want such weak stock in my portfolio.

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