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Sunday, November 4, 2018

What is next for New Brunswickers?

The TSX closed Friday session at a good 15 119 points. My RRSP portfolio closed this past Friday session at $37 288.38, my non-registered portfolio at $170 920.26, and my TFSA portfolio at $75 267.45. I currently, I have $800 inside my TFSA, ready to be invested anytime.

And during that time, Adrienne Clarkson is desperately trying to convince us that we should still give her some of our tax money... Just like Michaëlle Jean and currently Julie Payette, Adrienne Clarkson is not doing anything concrete to help Canadians. Imagine if we could put the money that is currently being wasted on the lazy Adrienne Clarkson at work and help indigenous peoples living North who are poorly living in homes that are no homes, and that no white would stand to live in. Imagine how many houses could be build and lives that could be improved, only for the best. Adrienne Clarkson only deserved to be publicly humiliated. And Julie Payette is currently not even absorbing her role... But that's not surprising coming from a Quebecker.

Sad day for New Brunswickers this past Friday. We have a new Prime Minister, but the Tories win. However, I have to say, I had been disappointed by Brian Gallant, I am not under the impression that he gave everything that he could for New Brunswickers. I was expecting much more from him. He wasn't able to highlight the positive effects of bilingualism for our province. With Brian Gallant, Acadians haven't increased or decreased their power, everything is the same as before. It's almost like Brian Gallant was just there to occupy an open seat, and nothing else. Just like Amir Khadir, Brian Gallant is leaving politic with nothing that we'll remember of. All I remember from Amir Khadir is that his daughter Yalda Machouf-Khadir caused thousands of dollars in damaged during the 2012 student protest movement. She should been kicked out of Canada. The family Khadir is the perfect example of an immigrant family who doesn't belong here. I am totally with Donald Trump, the US should not accept the caravan of migrants coming ahead. If they get through the US, those migrants could be tempted to continue their road to Canada, and just look what we got with the Khadir family: unwanted rats who are bypassing the law because they have the money it takes to hire good lawyers.

Calian Group Ltd. (CGY) made interesting gains this past Friday, after announcing an acquisition. Last week, the highest value reached by my non-registered portfolio was $173 000. This past Friday, the TSX finish lower, with 2 days of good in a row, it was totally normal. The TSX was made for ups and downs. What really matters is good result for the long term. The short term doesn't matter and that means that what happened on Monday doesn't really matter. I am however confident that I am about to hit on the 180k non-registered portfolio quite soon. 

Still no new investment ideas, I spent a good part of my weekend cleaning my little apartment and also got a new coffee machine.

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Saying thank you and goodbye to AltaGas Ltd (ALA)

I ask for it, I pray for it, and I got what I wanted. My TSX is back in the 15 000 points.And now, I want my old 16 000 points back! PLEASE! (We'll see tomorrow if I am still getting lucky on my stock market wishes).
This morning, AltaGas Ltd (ALA) wasn't doing better, and I decided to sell, no regrets. I am ready to move on. Now, the only question remaining is in what I am going to invest that money in. Should I really be investing again in Fortis Inc. (FTS)? I always like to get something for my portfolio. For me, its like almost equivalent in term of love as shopping for something expensive, live a diamond ring or something like that. I have no diamond rings on my fingers, but I do have the best of the best stocks in my really awesome portfolio. And just saying, my non-registered portfolio closed today session at a great $172 203.10, my TFSA portfolio at $75 480.85, nd my RRSP, stocks only, at $37 774.41.

No new investment plans for the moment.

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

No more juicy dividend for AltaGas Ltd (ALA)

Finally, the TSX gain closed to 200 points, no too bad. Those gains had a positive effect on my investment. My non-registered portfolio closed today session at $171 122.60, my TFSA portfolio at $75 067.72, and my RRSP, at $37 564.45. Aecon Group Inc. (ARE) continues its road to glory with interesting gains. It took some time for ARE to catch up, but Ottawa didn't help the cause by rejecting ARE acquisition by a Chinese state-owned company. I like this kind of industrial stocks. I had great success with my investments in Toromont Industries Ltd (TIH) and WSP Global Inc. (WSP). It really fit me well and looks good on me. Thank you for the free cash TIH and WSP.

Wow wow wow.

Bad news for AltaGas Ltd (ALA) today, it will no longer pay a dividend and is kind in big restructuration process. I lived something similar in the early days when I was holding to New Flyer Industries Inc. (NFI). But NFI turns out just right and bring me a lot of $$$. Will it be the same story success this time for AltaGas Ltd (ALA)? Unfortunately, I don't think so. Natural gas doesn't seem to be a profitable sector for the long run. I got stuck with EnCana Corporation (ECA) in my RRSP portfolio and this stock has a real problem to go back to its old high value.

I would like my readers to stay away from natural gas stocks like ALA, and ECA. There are so many great stocks on the TSX, you can certainly leave behind those two little losers. Make mommy proud.

Anyhow, I have those two little losers in my portfolio, but I am certainly not a loser. I am looking forward to sell my ALA stocks and reinvest the money. I was thinking about investing in TD stocks, since the stock is trading low right now. I don't have any problem with selling stocks from time to time, when I have my reasons. Its always a personal choice, but the choice is all yours to take.

The stock market is a place of complete liberty. No one can restraint your orders, you are free to buy and sell whatever you want, whenever you want, no need to argue with anyone and its what I like about it. I don't like to waste my time, I don't like working in a "team", I hate having to deal every day with colleagues, I hate being gentle and polite. So the TSX is my place to do everything I want and trust me, I am taking over all the place. Me and that bitch, it's for life. That's why I have this crazy awesome portfolio.

In other words, I am really awesome.

Go go go TSX you can make it to the 15 000 points! PLEASE!

Monday, October 29, 2018

Next investment please, more Fortis Inc. (FTS)

What a crazy day for the TSX! The morning started with great gains, we were going to reach back the 15 000 points at least, but the TSX decided to moved in the wrong direction to close the day on a very bad 14 721.75 points, losing -1.12%! OH no! My non-registered portfolio closed today session at $169 596.06, my TFSA portfolio at $74 458.27, and my RRSP portfolio (stocks only like usual), at $37 198.83. While the TSX was losing 166 points, Aecon Group Inc. (ARE) is up to work and continue its road to glory. Goodfood Market Corp. (FOOD) is doing alright, under the circumstances.

While the TSX is experiencing so much volatility, is really important to yes, take advantage of this volatility to invest in stocks that are currently trading at a bargain price. Its now more important than ever to be extremely selective. Its not time to invest in pot stocks or anything naughtier, so you won't see me investing in anything really exotic. I had been investing in stocks for over 10 years now but the last couple days had been strange on the TSX. I don't remember seeing a TSX so volatile. Normally, big drop bring in good gain, in a relatively short period of time. I really don't remember seeing such volatility over the TSX and it doesn't feel like its normal. I am not going to forget with this month of October 2018 anytime soon.

Anyway, if you are looking to watch something to bright on your spirit, I really suggest that you watch Broad City on CraveTV, its crazy fun and absolutely hilarious!!! I am almost done watching the 4th season. Broad City takes place in New York, its really good, but its American. On the other hands, the Goop garbage of Gwyneth Paltrow is planning to come to Canada? We certainly don't need that shit in our amazing country. Gwyneth Paltrow is like Melania Trump while visiting Africa, an intrudor, an unwanted one.

I think I am going to invest in FTS. I just don't have no other ideas for now, its my best pick.

Sunday, October 28, 2018

Welcome again, Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) in my non-registered portfolio!

My non-registered portfolio closed this past Friday session at $171 515.28, but that's only because I invest in a few shares of Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS). The TSX had closed at its lowest level since November 2016, so I had to invest in a high-quality stock that would be push over the edge once the TSX decided to move back in the old 16 000 points. I am quite happy with the new investment in BNShappens because I purchased my new stocks at $69.14. My TFSA portfolio closed the session at $74 928.20, and my RRSP, stocks only, at $37 436.69.

BNS was among the first stocks I ever own, so it was just a natural move to invest once again in this one, especially now that it trades at a low price. I am looking forward to investing in other good quality stocks like BNS who are trading at a good price right now. I would like to invest again in Fortis Inc. (FTS). Fortis is also a stock that is from my non-registered portfolio since the early beginnings. I am looking for good quality stocks, reliable dividend and that are trading at a lower than usual price. Fortis Inc. (FTS) is a real easy stock to hold inside a portfolio. FTS is really reliable. And just recently, Fortis increased its dividend distribution. Another idea for investment on the low: Savaria Corporation (SIS). Other ideas: PLC, MX - but MX doesn't pay much in term of dividend. When you get hungry, hit on dividend stocks.

It's not pleasant to be on downslide market, but this is exactly how I started investing in stocks back in 2008 and its really how I had been able to create value over time. Its true that I am currently not at my best, but sooner or later, the TSX will be back in the 16 000 points and when it happen, this bitch will be back right on top, and just watch me hit on the not the 300k, but 400k net worth, ok? You need to pack the love at the right place.

This past Friday session, Aecon Group Inc. (ARE) gains over 11%, which is really good. I think that ARE may be on the right track for more great results. Fact is, there's alwyas great things going on for the TSX. Its your appreciation of the great TSX that will pay on your favor for the long run, and nothing else.

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

The TSX is under the 15 000 points

Its not fun to see the TSX going under the so valuable mark of 15 000 points. And its doing so for a mix of reason, economy going to well, pot stocks drooping in value, interest rate being hike in the US and now, in Canada... The economy is just going too well, and in result, central bank increase their interest rates, but markets don't like it. Its quite strange, I think the first time ever that I am going through a stock crash because the economy is doing too well. Anyway, it has bad consequences for the stock markets all around the world. Problems between US and China are not helping either.

Anyhow, for now, I am doing ok. My non-registered portfolio closed today session at $170 033.38, my TFSA portfolio at $75 295.72, and RRSP portfolio at $37 632.75. I had lost in value, but my dividend income remain the same. Got to focus on the bright side. I am still on profit with many of my stocks, and its the case of the vast majority of my stocks. If you are in for the long run, focus exactly on that, the long run. Its not the moment to sell any of your stocks. Its not pleasant to see your assets going down, but its part of the game.

2018 was supposed to be my year of glory, the year when I was going to hit on the $300 000 magic net worth. During that time, if you want to get a good laugh, CIBC is offering me a credit card transfer at 1% interest and BMO Mastercard wants to increase my credit limit and want me to proceed with a credit card transfer at 0%. I accept the offer of BMO to increase my credit card limit. BMO Bank of Montreal and CIBC (but I like CIBC anyway) are real gangsters who are trying to make more money on the back of your really precious Dividend Girl.

This is not a fun moment, but now is the perfect time to focus on your budget, see where you can save money, cut your spending and invest all that good money over the TSX to make sure my baby hit on back the 16 000 points. But let's begin with a 15 000 points please.

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

WesternOne Inc. (WEQ) is making a little comeback

Things are rough and tough on the TSX right now, and its pretty much the same thing for other stock markets across the world. Basically, things are getting too well, interest rate increase in the US, + many other things going on, and my baby TSX cannot handle it, but no worries,I am here and I will shake her up.

My non-registered portfolio closed today session at $174 244.91, my TFSA portfolio at $76 608.59, my RRSP portfolio at $38 123.22. WEQ recently makes some nice gains. WesternOne Inc. (WEQ) is about to be acquired by United Rentals of Canada. Its a good thing for WEQ shareholders like myself, it may lead to some more interesting gain, who knows.

Earlier this month, Fortis Inc. (FTS) announced an increase in its dividend distribution. And recently, it was the turned of TFI International Inc. (TFII) to increase its dividend. Following what, my dividend income is now at $8 660.09 (excluding RRSP distribution), which is quite nice.

We are expecting snow this Saturday in Montreal, so I decided to buy a new winter coat at La Baie. Any dividend penny is welcome.

Sunday, October 21, 2018

Be a chart reader on Stockopedia and become an investor Godness like someone I know

My non-registered portfolio closed this past Friday session at $176 163.10, my TFSA portfolio at $77 024.34, and my RRSP - stocks only - at $38 093.44. Things are getting better. Its looking like Premium Brands Holdings Corporation (PBH) really want to reach back the $100 per share. A back to the $122 per share would even even better.

I double check my latest finding, Sylogist Ltd (SYZ), and I don't like the fact that it had reached the $20 per share several days ago. See for yourself:

I don't like this overall chart. Why? Its because SYZ still, on date of today, didn't catch up to the old +$20 it had reached in 2000.

Another good example of an overall chart that I don't like is Tecsys Inc. (TCS). We note exactly the same scenario here:

I am looking for stocks who has a perfect chart. An example of a perfect chart is Canadian National Railway Co (CNR):

CNR certainly represent THE perfect chart, all the way up, it exceed its 2008 value. What I am looking for is for stocks who are permanently sitting their best assets (not to say ass) on their highest value ever. Of course, those stocks are hard to find, but I always find new ones, like for example, Mainstreet Equity Corp. (MEQ):

This chart is "rockier" than CNR, but still, Mainstreet Equity Corp. (MEQ) has a lot to offer to investors. Its just too bad that MEQ doesn't pay any dividend.

With this simple strategy that consist at "reading" overall charts, you'll read chart like a fortune-teller read palms for your really own benefit. There's nothing complicated when it comes to investing in stocks. Of course, good past results don't mean that a stock will continue to have good results in the future, but please, tell me, what are the risks for Canadian National Railway Co (CNR) to worth next to nothing in the years to come? That risk is really low. 

A good lecture of an overall chart will tell you a lot about the personality of a stock. We had lived several crisis before, including the 2008 stock crash - which is the most symbolic one for me. A stock that is volatile will show a rocky stock. CNR is not what I will define as being a volatile stock.

While browsing on the different screens present in Stockopedia, its mainly what I do, looking at the overall chart of each and single stocks presnt in all of those screens.

All of Canadian weed stocks, including Aphria Inc. (AHP) that I hold inside my non-registered portfolio, all have really rocky volatile stocks. And as long I am concern, none of them pay dividend distribution. Pot stocks are too volatile and are far as being good investments like Canadian National Railway Co (CNR). I hold APH for now, but when I get the chance to sell out of shares, I will.

I am hunting for the exceptional, and that's always really hard to find, but I recently got lucky. I had found a really perfect stock: Cargojet Inc. (CJT):

Yes, this overall chart of Cargojet Inc. (CJT) is albsolutely PERFECT and that's why that this being is now in my investment portfolio. To make smart investment decision is quite simple and easy. No need to have any financial knowledge - I don't have any -, read the overall chart and make some killer findings. Now, the only question is, what are you waiting for? 

And let's not forget to cheer up the TSX before brushing your teeth for bedtime.

So go go go sexy darling. GOOOOOOOOooooo


Thursday, October 18, 2018

And now: Sylogist Ltd (SYZ)

Premium Brands Holdings Corporation (PBH) is making interesting gain. PBH is getting closer and closer to the $100 share value. I am doing a bit of browsing on Stockopedia, and I found a few interesting things:

-InterRent Real Estate Investment (IIP.UN) - this one could be a nice replacement for Firm Capital Mortgage Investment Corporation (FC) that I recently sell inside my TFSA portfolio
-Mainstreet Equity (MEQ) - I mention this stock before and even with the recent "crisis" MEQ is going on strong
-Sylogist Ltd (SYZ) - this is quite a mysterious company in intellectual property. There's absolutely no info regarding the board or the management of this company in their Web site, which is really strange.

One thing for sure, James D. Wilson, the CEO of Sylogist Ltd (SYZ) is a discreet man - too discreet for my taste. I like to know who I am dealing with when I invest my money and if I cannot find a pic somewhere of that James D. Wilson - who actually may be the CEO of SYZ, I am not even sure!

SYZ has a nice chart, is decent in term of StockRank in Stockopedia and pay a decent dividend.

The only matter being: who's on board, and who's the CEO???

If those infos aren't explicit like they should be, its a problem.

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Cargojet Inc. (CJT) is the perfect stock for the perfect Dividend Girl

The TSX didn't continue in its glory gains of yesterday, but my numbers are about the same as yesterday. It feel great to have my non-registered in the 175k. I will be up and running in no time, so I am drinking my glass of Martini in the hope of future gains. I actually bought my first bottle of Martini last weekend and I kind of like it. A like alcohol once in a while, but I am not into drugs or weed, even if today mark its first day of legacy in Canada.

I am really glad that I invested in Cargojet Inc. (CJT) inside my TFSA account because 2.73%. And just in case you are really curious, on how I find this killer stock, its not a secret, I wrote it before, I find CJT using Stockopedia screens. And sincerely, I wish that CJT take the place of my late Exchange Income Corporation (EIF) inside my TFSA portfolio. I felt the pressure to sell off EIF following Marc Cohodes evil games. And I never felt so devastated. Even today, EIF is not were it used to be. Just like Donald Trump, I suspect Marc Cohodes to have a tiny little penis. Very little and very delicate, useless as the man that he is.

Personally, I don't find that Stormy Daniels has a horseface. I actually find her quite pretty, but I wouldn't like to be in her shoes. Trump should look at his wife face, Melania has a real strange face, but Stormy has a perfect face. Would you like to see my face? Well, you won't ever see if, but in exchange of your fidelity, I give you everything, except me.

And sometimes, you don't even need a penis to be a good stock picker. You just need Stockopedia.


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