UA-300188601-1 The Dividend Girl: My best Canadian stock investment is: Richards Packaging Income Fund (RPI.UN) with a +282.68% amazing gains!!!

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Wednesday, November 4, 2020

My best Canadian stock investment is: Richards Packaging Income Fund (RPI.UN) with a +282.68% amazing gains!!!

It's been crazy last night. I went to bed with the TV on, I was hoping to at least catch the name of the new US President in my sleep... Before I went to bed I try to concentrate and figure out who was going to win this election and I went with Biden, but within a tight fight. Sleeping with the TV on disturbing my sleep, and I closed it when it passes midnight. When I wake up this morning, I wasn't feeling well and had a headache. I just wonder how bad those Americans felt after hearing Trump screaming: STOP COUNTING THE VOTES in Pennsylvania! For myself, luckily enough, a quick walk outside resolved my problems. That bad night didn't worth the effort, as no official winner had been declared, even so far. This is quite a long and slow process. It's quite unbelievable that one of the riches' countries of the world cannot say, on election day, who's its President. That fact alone speaks quite loud for itself. Those poor Americans are dealing with more and more misery as time passes by.


During that time, my lovely TSX closed the day on 15,998.74 points. And during the day, we even hit on the 16 000 points, it was quite exciting. I was of course hoping for some more gains, but it didn't happen. It will take time. First, we need to know who's the actual President of the US. My non-registered portfolio closed the day on $100,255.30, my TFSA portfolio at $93,083.20, and my RRSP stocks only portfolio at $49,663.67. Currently, my margin debt is at $47,322.80.

  

I was listening to BNN today and at one point, my precious Cargojet Inc. (CJT) was mentioned by Andrew Bell at some point and while listening, I switched from my laptop to the TV screen and I was like: that's my baby! And after what, CJT beautiful chart was right there on TV. Nice! Good stuff BNN. In my TFSA portfolio, I am on a gain of +190% when it comes to CJT. I discovered Cargojet Inc. (CJT) on Stockopedia back in October 2018.


A little while ago, I was asked by a reader of my awesome blog what is my best stock. So I checked on my 3 portfolios, my non-registered, portfolio and RRSP. It appears that I hold my best stock inside my RRSP portfolio. My best stock is Richards Packaging Income Fund (RPI.UN), with a super great gain of +282.68%. Richards Packaging Income Fund (RPI.UN) had been in my RRSP portfolio since July 2016. Just like for Cargojet Inc. (CJT), I had found RPI.UN back in the days on Stockopedia. I have to say that I really miss not being able to consult Stockopedia. I feel like I was much more powerful with that tool in my precious hands. At some point, it's quite insulting to notice that a tool coming directly from the UK had been able to provide so much to me in terms of financial health. It's too difficult to find new stocks to invest in all by myself.

 

BNN Canada is certainly great to listen to, but I never made great discoveries there. While I can certainly scroll all the stocks that the TSX holds, it's way better to do it using Stockopedia screens. The reason being is that the TSX is home to many many stocks. I don't know how many stocks exist on the TSX, but there are certainly several hundred, if not thousands. And the US stock market is even bigger... Without using any tool, it's quite difficult to make great finds. But the greatest difficulty for me is to admit that I actually need Stockopedia.

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