UA-300188601-1 The Dividend Girl: Celebrating my $251,997.99 highest net worth value EVER with... a Conair Unbound Cordless Curling Iron!

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Monday, January 20, 2020

Celebrating my $251,997.99 highest net worth value EVER with... a Conair Unbound Cordless Curling Iron!

This week had been quite amazing for my portfolio. Day after day after day, my portfolio followed the TSX and simply did what it needed to do: skyrocket high. It's been a fun past week. I do not remember experiencing such growth in a short period. Actually, I do not remember having my TSX on such positive gains for that many days in a row. Days like that need to be enjoyed and remembered as happy ones, because you never know what is going to happen next for the stock market.

While I was freezing in Montreal today - I am quite sensitive to the cold weather, despite being a cold bread New Brunswicker - my TSX did it again! Today, the TSX closed on a positive gain, at now 17,597.39 points, my TSX is better than ever. I didn't have time to write anything about it this past weekend, but you may have noticed, I published - again - a portfolio update. And the good news is that I am currently on my highest value EVER: $251,997.99. To celebrate my first $250 000 net worth value that I reached just a few days ago, on January 16, I bought myself... A MEGA HUGE DIAMOND RING lol. Na, just kidding..... But I did buy myself a little treat. I bought a cool gadget for my hair: the Conair Unbound Cordless Curling Iron.



As you can see, it's a must-have, even for girls who have curly hair like I have. It's nice to have some define curls withing the hot mess of hair. I bought mine at Shoppers, paying $140+ taxes for it, but it's money well spent. I just adore my new Unbound Cordless Curling Iron. I like this tool because it's quite quick to heat on and making amazing curls is easy as 1-2-3. Another thing that I love is that you cannot burn yourself by using this curler.

On this amazing day for the TSX, my non-registered portfolio closed today session at $123,112.64, my TFSA portfolio at $86,822.18, and my RRSP portfolio, stocks only - $50,321.30. During that time, Jean-François Tardif's JFT Strategies Fund (JFS.UN) is not even strong enough to be able to make it to the $15 per unit. I mean, come on! I am glad not to hold any JFS.UN in my portfolio. I want to hold to the best of what the TSX has to offer, and that excludes  JFT Strategies Fund (JFS.UN. Smart investors don't invest in some funds that are managed by Quebec managers. It's quite an easy task to figure out bad investments from a good one. Fact that Jean-François Tardif is a well-known investor doesn't change the fact that his JFT Strategies Fund (JFS.UN) had been made for morons only, which may be strictly for Quebecker investors ONLY. I clearly see where I don't want to see my beautiful money in, but it's quite harder to find what to invest that cash that I hold inside my TFSA portfolio. I have close to 4k in cash in my TFSA portfolio, and I just have no clue what to do with it. Jean-François Tardif is of no help at all. In a portfolio, there's just no place for mediocre fund managers like Tardif. Don't get impressed by the look, the speech, the manners. What you really need out there are investments that will who are stronger then you are. No time for bullshit like JFT Strategies Fund (JFS.UN).

For I think the first time of my investment life, I am in no rush to invest my money in something new and I just don't care much. It's quite unfortunate, but I no longer have that $4,942.63 in cash inside my savings account because I had: to pay my rent, and pay some credit card bills. So there will be no diamond ring, too bad! :-))))

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