Canadian Portfolios

, Welcome to the Canadian portfolios.

Each portfolio has been built based on extensive research and will be updated monthly. You can register to as many as portfolio as you want and you will receive the updates directly in your mailbox.

Please note that each portfolio may include US stocks. The Canadian market is not diversified enough to meet dividend growth investing requirements. Click on the portfolio you want to follow.

Starter Portfolio 

shutterstock_132275435This is the perfect portfolio to start your investing journey. We will replicate a new investment and virtually manage a portfolio under $10,000. This portfolio answers small investor concerns in term of asset allocation, diversification and accumulation.

 

 

25K Conservative 

Conservative 25KThis is an entry-level size portfolio for conservative investors or retirees. The idea behind a conservative portfolio is to seek for safer companies that will show great value and solid dividend payouts. We are looking for companies that will be less affected by recession and will continue to offer a constant stream of income.

 

100K Conservative

shutterstock_132272804This is a complete portfolio for conservative investors or retirees. Since the portfolio includes 20 stocks, the minimum investment suggested in our opinion is 100K. Therefore, you could easily use this portfolio if you have 300K or 500K to invest. (Note; we are currently working on a bigger size portfolio for 500K+ portfolios). The idea behind a conservative portfolio is to seek for safer companies that will show great value and solid dividend payouts. We are looking for companies that will be less affected by recession and will continue to offer a constant stream of income..

 

25K Growth

Growth 25KThis is an entry level size portfolio for investors looking for both dividend and growth stocks. We start with the idea that most profitable companies and best investments are made with dividend payers. We are also looking at companies that found a balance between above the average growth in the business model while paying healthy distributions. This is also how we combine high yield dividend stocks to increase the portfolio payouts.

 

100K Growth

Growth 100K

The portfolio currently shows 20 positions in different sectors. Since the portfolio includes 20 stocks, the minimum investment suggested in our opinion is 100K. Therefore, you could easily use this portfolio if you have 300K or 500K to invest.

 

 

500K Canadian Dividend Portfolio

500K portfolio2This is our biggest portfolio. It can be used for all portfolios over 500K. We decided not to create a growth or conservative but rather a complete 500K portfolio. In order to make sure we cover both growth and revenue part of a portfolio of that size, we added a few ETFs generating revenues. You can then increase the portion in ETFs if you wish a more conservative portfolio or simply ignore the last few lines and concentrate on the stocks if you seek more growth than revenues.

 

We tend to benefit from the timing of performing sector to improve the overall portfolio return. Dividend growth portfolio series will include more regular update as we want to make sure to pick all the best buying opportunities. The idea is to keep a core portfolio as a “buy & hold” strategies and benefit from the dividend growth compounding effect while buy and selling stocks timely according to what is happening on the market.

 

 

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3 Responses to Canadian Portfolios

  1. Ter Hamer says:

    EIT.UN – you only need one holding and this will outdo whatever model portfolio you devise.
    It is a closed end mutual fund, trading at a discount of some 15% to NAV, has excellent volumes, a payout yield of just under ten percent, is issuing warrants to increase leverage, gives a nice discount to DRIP and is invested in both Canada and the US in solid companies.
    You might give it a look and give me your comments.
    Ter Hamer

    • LARRY SY says:

      Any updates on EIT.UN?

      • The Dividend Guy says:

        Hello Larry,
        We do not follow EIT.UN as the company didn’t increase its dividend since 2010 and the share price lost 54% of its value over the past 10 years. Since there are no stock or dividend growth perspective, we will not include this company in our portfolios.
        Best regards,
        Mike.

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