There seems to be only one rule and that is changes can only be made at the end of each month. This is not the same group of stocks she started with but neither has she changed it that much. She does not do changes every month, just some months.
Not all of the stocks are dividend stocks. However if you are building a portfolio, you do not need all dividend stocks. You do not need to make brilliant choices about what stocks you buy. What you need to do is pick some decent stocks at a reasonable price and invest for the long term. I must admit that I still get the occasional non-dividend paying stock to each some extra money for the trading account.
The stocks in this portfolio are shown below. There is a recent write-up on this portfolio by Paul Delean of the Montreal Gazette.
|Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc.
|Laurentian Bank of Canada
|Canadian National Railway Co
|Mediagrif Interactive Technologies Inc.
|Uni Select Inc.
|CGI Group Inc.
|Fiera Capital Corp
|Industrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services Inc.
|SNC-Lavalin Group Inc.
|Canam Group Inc.
On my other blog I wrote yesterday about Superior Plus Corp. (TSX-SPB, OTC-SUUIF)... learn more. Tomorrow, I will write about Andrew Peller Ltd. (TSX-ADW.A, OTC-ADWPF)... learn more on Wednesday, August 31, 2016 around 10 am.
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