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I am not a licensed or profession investment adviser. I do not recommend you to buy or sell any of the stocks I purchase or mention. Please remember to exercise caution when purchasing any securities. The intent of this website is to solely share my journey towards a greater wealth, I will not be held accountable for losses suffered by any party. 

18 Comments

  1. Great looking portfolio here. Looks like you are off to a great start on your journey towards passive income. Keep it up!

    • Ace

      September 13, 2014 at 2:07 am

      W2R,
      Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate the kind words, I honestly never thought I would get this involved with investing last year so its cool to see this thing grow, and to also write about it. The bloggers in this community, yourself included keep me motivated to keep saving aggressively.

      Take care
      Ace

  2. Excellent portfolio with all the great names. I don’t see any reason why they would not perform well for a long time as they have always been. Keep up the great work!

    BeSmartRich

    • Ace

      February 1, 2015 at 2:50 pm

      BSR,
      Thanks for stopping by man. I appreciate the kind words, I just checked out your site I see we also co-own some of the same companies. And I must say, I like the way you think partner ;)

      Have a great day!

      Ace

  3. Good stuff man, alberta brah checking in. I bought lazy investor, opened up TFSA direct trade account, and am gonna start targeting dividend paying companies. So you only get paid quarterly dividends? Doesn’t seem like your dividends contribute much to new common stock

    • Ace

      February 6, 2015 at 8:14 am

      Hey Rob,
      Good to hear from another fellow Alberta who is also aware! Its a good book especially if your Canadian. As far as quarterly dividend payments go. most companies pay out dividends every 3 months, however some companies will pay out on a monthly basis. REITs are a good example of monthly paying dividend stocks. Don’t be misled by the small dividends each share will yield. Given enough time they will make you rich!
      Thanks for droppin by brah!

      Ace

  4. Fellow Canadian here and stumbled onto your blog. Good stuff! I’m looking to get started in dividend investing as well. Which brokerage do you do your investments with if you don’t mind me asking? My rrsp and tfsa is currently with td. Thinking of opening a non reg account but not sure with who to open it with.

    Cheers
    Mike

    • Ace

      March 2, 2015 at 2:42 pm

      Hi Mike,
      I’m glad you are enjoy the blog, so thank you for your kind words. The brokerage I use is CIBC, and truth be told the only reason why i choose to use cibc is because my older broker who was BMO, didn’t honor the DRIP discount offered by certian companies. Does TD honor the DRIP discount?

      Ace

  5. How about that PWF dividend increase, eh?

    • Ace

      March 20, 2015 at 7:03 am

      I would say about time, 6 years without a dividend increase in a company that established is an long time haha.

  6. I have BMO too, looking to average down pretty soon. Gotta love the pullback on great companies.

    • Ace

      July 9, 2015 at 7:52 pm

      Great company, centuries of dividends, whats not to like? haha. As for these market pull back or sales I like to think of them as, I was looking at Canadian Banks, but also some of the big named REITs I like are offering some good prices as well, either way BMO is never a bad share to buy, quality over quantity right? ;)

      cheers
      Ace

  7. Great portfolio with fine comanies in it. It will perform well in the long run. Keep up invested!
    EternalYield

  8. Hello Digger,
    Keep up the good work. BTW, your total book value for your RRSP looks low.

  9. Potash has changed the dividend to $1, actually…

    I’m thinking of buying my 1st bunch of dividend stocks and picking is difficult! It is so hard to be a beginner :)

    Don’t know if I wan’t to buy Potash, they have been low for a long time, but as a business they are not going anywhere anytime soon… That’s what they say, lol

    What would you buy if you had free $5000? :)

    • Ace

      June 28, 2016 at 2:41 pm

      Dang, thanks for the update on potash dividend cut, all my stocks i own i just buy and almost forget about. There is no wrong going the route of picking your own stocks. If i was you i would find a nice company you could comfortably DRIP that has a good reputation for raising dividends per year. Big Canadian Banks for example are notoriously known for raising dividends on a yearly.
      Best of luck to you Oxana!

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