Tuesday, 7 April 2015

Portfolio Update: April 6th

    I have been making quite a few purchases of late and realized that its been quite some time since I last posted a portfolio update post, the last one being at the end of January, woops! So here is the status of my portfolio as of April 6th. 

CompanyTickerSharesCurrent PriceBook ValueMarket Value% P/LEst. Yearly Div'sPortfolio %
Algonquin PowerTSE:AQN370$9.72$3,181$3,59613.06%$144.6714%
Bank of Nova ScotiaTSE:BNS46$63.14$2,901$2,9040.12%$125.1211%
BMO Cdn. Div ETFTSE:ZDV33$17.41$606$575-5.19%$23.762%
Dream REITTSE:D.UN85$27.12$2,393$2,305-3.67%$190.749%
RioCan REITTSE:REI.UN80$29.45$2,278$2,3563.42%$112.809%
Ntl. Bank of CanadaTSE:NA6$46.47$267$2794.43%$12.001%
Pembina PipelineTSE:PPL23$40.73$960$937-2.40%$40.024%
Pizza Pizza Corp.TSE:PZA140$14.27$1,970$1,9981.41%$112.068%
Royal Bank of CanadaTSE:RY40$77.07$2,998$3,0832.83%$123.2012%
Toronto Dominion BankTSE:TD44$54.10$2,348$2,3801.38%$89.769%

Total Yearly Dividends$1,250.49

2014 Div's Recieved$393.59

2015 Div's Recieved$162.30



Current Return1.80%

Weighted Avg4.01%

    Like I mentioned, there has been a lot of recent purchases due to some cash being made available to me, on condition of it being invested(Perfect!). If you've followed my general spending habits in my monthly Income & Expenses posts then you'd probably have a pretty good picture of how I prefer to save my money and have it work for me instead of buying things I do not need, and wouldn't use much. So having a condition of investing it isnt much of a condition at all for me :)

   With that being said, I have made posts on the recent buys of AQN and RY. My other purchases that you can see are BNS, TD, BCE, REI.UN, PZA and I am going to deploy the leftover cash and some incoming dividends into a few more shares of the ETF ZDV.Over the next week or so I am looking forward to posting more in-depth about why I went with those buys over others that were on my big February Watchlist.

    Since the last update my portfolio has grown by 103%, most of which is from the cash contribution, but also from dividends and the TSX and oil prices recovering, or should I say stabilizing above $40/barrel.

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