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Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. (ATD.A) announced an increase in its dividend distribution and that's great :-)

Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. (ATD.A) announced an increase in its dividend distribution. However, it doesn't move much my annual dividend income. A little gain is always welcome, no matter how little. May big businesses like ATD.A are not super generous with dividends, but our great Canadian banks help to create good and stable dividend income. And talking about banks' fabulous dividend distribution, today is the payday for Royal Bank of Canada (RY)'s investors. Tomorrow, I should receive RY juicy dividend in both my TFSA and RRSP portfolio.

These days, Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD) trades in its highest value ever. I have the Yahoo Finance application on my smartphone. I like it because I received price alerts. It actually makes it easier for me to follow all of my stocks. I also like the Yahoo Finance application because it makes it easy to read the latest news concerning all the stocks that I hold, and I hold on to a lot so I need this kind of tool.

Yesterday, my non-registered portfolio closed the session at $136,520.10, my US portfolio at $4,467.72, my RRSP stock only portfolio at $63,117.53, and my TFSA portfolio at $128,314.68. My results are a bit lower compared to the extraordinary good results of November 8.

I read this article on the Global News website regarding trading inside your TFSA portfolio. You should be careful with what you do inside your TFSA account. Here's why. I was already aware of this. You should not excessively trade inside your TFSA portfolio. However, those rules are not explicit enough. We mostly hear stuff from the media about this here and there, but we never heard about explicit rules coming from the government on what investors are allowed to do or not with their TFSA. A part of the problem is on the shoulders of the federal Liberal government who, like usual, is not taking it

I double-check this Derek Foster's stock, Altius Renewable Royalties (ARR). One thing catch my attention: this stock is based in Newfoundland! I love everything related to Newfoundland. One of my favorite stocks, Fortis Inc. (FTS) is based in Newfoundland. Knowing this, I taught: why not invest in a few shares of Altius Renewable Royalties (ARR) for my RRSP portfolio? I had a few bucks available in there coming from my dividend distribution... However, I am not set on my decision yet.

No one writes about Altius Renewable Royalties (ARR) absolutely nowhere. There's just no feedback online about this investment.

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