The 2 links below represent all the stocks I’m holding in my brokerage accounts. I will update the lists of stocks I own as time goes by.
- TFSA and RRSP – My Tax Free Savings Accounts and Registered Retirement Savings Plans. These are tax advantaged accounts in Canada.
- Non-Registered Cash and Margin Accounts – My cash and leveraged accounts. I use leverage in a rational manner to increase returns.
Note: My peer to peer lending account is not included in the above listed portfolios.
- Hedge Fund – This shows all my stocks that are paying dividends that can be used to pay for my living expenses.
am just new her in Canada could it be possible to join a certain investment vehicle?if so what’s the best option for me?
Hi Jessica. I would start with what you’re most comfortable with. But generally I suggest you put your investments in a TFSA, which is a tax efficient vehicle available to anyone over 18 years old. The money you put in there is allowed to grow tax free basically. I like to put dividend stocks, index funds, and ETFs in my TFSA, but you can speak with any financial representative at your favourite bank and they will be happy to give you more details 😀
Hi I am interested in seeing how your stocks are currently performing at the moment do you have them up on your page anywhere? I want to see what you hold what you bought it at and what it’s currently worth
I don’t have all my stocks and holdings in one place. But here are my holdings from my TFSA account, and annualized performance, and it’s current worth.
Here are the details about my margin accounts as of earlier this year.
explain what it means to be a foreign farmland owner (foreign enitiy ) controlled by a saskatchewan resisdent
It means a company is set up outside of Canada. But the controlling interest of the company is owned by someone who lives in Saskatchewan at least 6 months out of a year.
Is that what your farmer does?
He doesn’t. My renter is born and raised in Saskatchewan. His dad was a farmer.
His mudder was a mudder
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