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Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Surprise: Derek Foster is now investing in Nutrien Ltd. (NTR)!

So far, it's been a good week for the TSX. The pretty almost kick in the 16 700 points, which is absolutely AMAZING. It's quite an exciting time because I am secretly hoping for the TSX to hit on the 17 000 points. In result of those super hot numbers, my non-registered portfolio closed today session at very good $118,543.87, my TFSA portfolio at $82,650.57‬ and my RRSP portfolio at $46,056.85‬. I now have 420.90$ in cash inside my TFSA portfolio, which means that soon enough I will have enough to place a new investment.

In his latest newsletter, Derek Foster informs his readers that stocks are expensive right now, so he's pretty much in the same mood as I am right now, not really investing, but he had been investing in Nutrien Ltd. (NTR). And of course, pretty already own that one inside her portfolio. What can I say? I already hold on to the best of what the TSX has to offer. That's the reason why I keep saying over and over again that my investment portfolio has everything it needs to be in the $300 000 net worth. I know I do. I am absolutely, absolutely sure. With age, I am getting better and better at cashing in profit while doing at all, or almost. 

The year 2020 is just around the corner. And who says new year say new money to be invested in the TFSA portfolio! I don't know if you have noticed this, but the list of stock that I hold inside my non-registered portfolio is going shorter. That because I do contribution in kind for my TFSA, since I am so short in cash, I prefer to take stocks that I hold inside my non-registered portfolio and have them shipped to my TFSA portfolio just like magic by Santa TD Waterhouse hot brokers.

For a while, it looks like Savaria Corporation (SIS) was just going nowhere, but now, I am reassured now because I am under the impression that SIS will be in the $14 per stock and that's cool because SIS is a bit everywhere in my portfolio: in my non-registered portfolio, TFSA portfolio AND my RRSP portfolio. Got to love that stuff for sure!

Check it out, Susan Brunner had posted a review about a stock that I hold inside my TFSA portfolio: Brookfield Asset Management Inc. Class A Limited Voting Shares (BAM.A).

And just one last thing, I had been noticing that my investment in SIR Royalty Income Fund (SRV.UN) had been losing in value. This is quite annoying. 

I think I will just follow Derek Foster and pick Nutrien Ltd. (NTR) as my next investment, even if I already have this one in my TFSA portfolio. At a point, too much candy is too much candy, I don't know which one to pick no one. Why should I literally tortured myself, trying so desperately to find THE stock that will push me forward to the $300 000 net worth, while Derek Foster is just there and happily throwing away some nice investment ideas. Thank you Derek Foster :0)


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