Buys $AQN.TO 199 Shares at $10.64 Per Share Total Cost $2142.35 $PSG.TO 445 Shares at $4.60 Total Cost $2044.26 $MFC.TO 90 Shares at $17.25 Total Cost $1562.49 $TOU.TO 111 Shares at $25.00 Total Cost $2784.99 $PSG.TO 600 Shares at $4.20 Total Cost of $2529.99 $TFI.TO 150 Shares at $22.40 Total Cost $3369.99 Sells $TRP.TO 71 … More Trading Summary Thus Far 2016
Better Late then never! In the month of March I received dividends from 5 companies. I again this month did some repositioning to try and take advantage of some solid names that have been depressed. The total amount paid was $171.42. I received $13.95 From $AX.UN.T I received $23.4 From $SLF I received $37 From $MFC I received 39.30 … More March Dividend Income
In the month of February I received dividends from 4 companies. I again this month did some repositioning to try and take advantage of some solid names that have been depressed. The total amount paid was $104.72. Again not bad for a down month! I recieved $13.86 From $AX.UN.T I recieved $16.77 From $IPL I received $16.32 From … More February Dividend Income
In the month of January I received dividends from 6 companies. I have also done some trading so I do not necessarily own these companies today but for the month each of them has paid me my dividend. The total amount paid was $291.24. Not bad for for doing nothing and letting the money work … More January Dividend Income
Hello Fellow Investors! Quite an interesting post today as I am trying to make sense of this topic myself. I logged on to my online banking and saw a quick advertisement, the add stated that the bank would lend me the money to max out my RRSP account to an amount of about 20,000. The … More RRSP Bank Loan?
To start off the month of February I decided that i would make a small purchase of $MFC. Manulife is a company with many arms mainly wealth management and insurances. Manulife is the company I use personally for insurance and if you think about it they are pretty steady company with money comming in each … More New Purchase $MFC
Good morning everyone, Its a wonderfull brisk morning in Labrador with temperatures around -40 and as I prepare for one of my last workdays of this shift I started thinking about volitility and what it will actually mean for me. As a dividend investor as well as a value investor I actually like volitility! This … More My View on A Volitile Market
Wow! where has the time gone? It seems like it was just yesterday I began this yet my last post was actually 6 months ago! Time flys. I have been very delayed with any new content as I have started a new job on a megaproject which I travel quite frequently to work and actually … More Goals Update
So again I have continued to track expenses and income monthly to try and determine if there are any areas where I can improve either my saving or curb some spending. Income Pay (Engineering Job) 5481.83 Additional Home and Insurance 300 Interest 0.36 Dividends 25.62 Total 5807.81 Total income from my Job totaled $5481.83 this … More Cash Flow Update July 2015
Introduction Yesterday the market gave me the opportunity to own Scotiabank at a very good price in my opinion. From my previous analysis I was leaning toward one of the smaller banks on metrics but with the drop in all Canadian banks I decided to go with a little bigger bank and with BNS dropping … More New Purchase!