|Consumer||Discretionary||Canadian Tire Corp||TSX||CTC.A||OTC||CDNAF|
|Financial||Services||Brookfield Asset Mge||TSX||BAM.A||NYSE||BAM|
|Financial||Insurance||Sun Life Financial||TSX||SLF||NYSE||SLF|
|Industrial||Manufact.||Ag Growth Internat.||TSX||AFN||OTC||AGGZF|
|Real Estate||Real Estate||H & R REIT||TSX||HR.UN||OTC||HRUFF|
|Info Tech||Info Tech||Sylogist Ltd||TSXV||SYZ||OTC||SYZLF|
I personally would not invest in resources or very little in resources, materials, tech (unless you understand it) or the next big thing. I have around 1% of my portfolio in resources and materials sectors. I avoid investing in the next big thing. I want a company that has good debt ratios and can grow their dividends.
On my other blog I wrote yesterday about TMX Group Ltd (TSX-X, OTC-TMXXF) ... learn more. Next, I will write about Artis REIT (TSX-AX.UN, OTC-ARESF) ... learn more on Friday, July around 5 pm.
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