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Monday, October 11, 2021

Happy Thanksgiving, Canadian Investors!

For Thanksgiving, I usually always take some time off from work around this time of year. Despite COVID, this year was no exception. Last year was actually the only exception. Today was my first day hunting partridge, but we got no luck. The weather is too hot, and we'll need from now on to get up earlier in the morning. Today, we start our hunting day around 9 am. No luck with partridges, but the autumn scenery was beautiful.

The transfer of my Canadian non-registered portfolio over National Bank Direct Brokerage is not completed yet, I am still missing one investment, which is quite annoying. I hope to have everything set to normal tomorrow. If not, I will have to contact National Bank Direct Brokerage on Wednesday. I hope I won't have to call. I am currently on vacation and I wouldn't like to spend time waiting on speakerphone before being able to reach someone for help. I hope this problem will resolve by itself, just like it did last time. I had experienced a similar experience with the transfer of my TFSA portfolio over the National Bank Direct Brokerage. Following the transfer, I was missing one investment. The missing investment arrived in my TFSA portfolio like magic after 48 hours.

Otherwise, I had been doing a bit of surfing on Stockopedia for new investments. I already came with a list of interesting stocks that I will be soon sharing. I am searching for new investment ideas because right now, both Bitcoin and Ethereum are doing great. I am still holding on to my investments Bitcoin Fund The Class A units (QBTC), Purpose Bitcoin ETF CAD ETF non-currency hedged units (BTCC.B), and 3iQ CoinShares Ether ETF (ETHQ), but I will sell all of those 3 once I see great color in the money.


Anonymous said...

Any wild cougars or anything like that around that part of the country?

Sunny said...

No wild cougars in New Brunswick from what I know.
Our wildlife is not super diversified from where I am. That's because for years, pesticides had been but around in the forest.
We have bears, but I have never seen any.
But we do have deers and mooses. And partridges of course.
Deers, mooses, partridges, and other birds, it's about it. I find that there are more birds in Montreal than here. We barely see any birds here.
I saw an eagle a couple of times this summer when I was visiting.
And I saw those beautiful birds that I catch the picture yesterday. Its looks like they were migrating.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like nice place to be outdoors.

Sunny said...

Yes, it's quite beautiful. Autumn is a great time to enjoy New Brunswick outdoor. I am happy to spend the next couple of months in NB, it's a nice change of scenery.


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