crytocurrency, Personal Goal

An Update Of My Stock/Crytocurrency Watch List (December 2017)

Hi again! I have added and deleted a few stocks to make my watchlist more focused.  Currently, all the stocks below have P/E ratios of less than 20 and have 30-day average trading volume above 500,000.  Moreover, there is a mix of dividend and non-dividend stocks.  Furthermore, I have invested in a few crytocurrencies.  So without further to do…

As Of Today, I Hold…..

  • $10,516 TD stock (2.4% INCREASE FROM OCTOBER!!! YAY!!!!)
  • $3,049.89 Bitcoin
  • $305.39 Ethereum
  • $339.33 Dash

My Stock Watch List (Canada)

  • Teck Resources Limited (TSE:TECK.B) 
  • Air Canada (TSE:AC.B)
  • Inter Pipeline Limited (TSE:IPL)
  • IGM Financial Incorporated (TSE:IGM)
  • CI Financial Corporation (TSE:CIX)
  • CIBC (TSE:CM)
  • Scotia Bank (TSE:BNS)
  • Bank of Montreal (TSE:BMO)
  • Royal Bank (TSE:RY)
  • Sun Life Financial (TSE:SLF)
  • Great-West LifeCo. (TSE:GWO)
  • Fortis (TSE:FTS)
  • Capital Power Corp (TSE:CPX)
  • Imperial Oil (TSE:IMO)
  • Inter Pipeline (TSE:IPL)
  • Canadian Utilities (TSE:CU)
  • Northland Power (TSE: NPI)
  • BCE Inc. (TSE:BCE)
  • Cogeco Inc. (TSE:CCA)
  • Canadian Pacific Railway (TSE:CP)
  • Canadian National Railway Company (TSE:CNR)

Noticed that I have crossed off quite a bit of stocks just because their trading volume is not above 500,000.  Although these companies have great fundamentals, I want to be able to sell my shares when I want to .  Furthermore, I have added Air Canada and Teck Resources due to their great fundamentals.

Pursing this further, here is my USA Stock Watch List:

  • CBS Corporation (NYSE:CBS)
  • Walt Disney Co (NYSE:DIS)
  • Time Warner Inc (NYSE:TWX)
  • Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA)
  • Twenty-First Century Fox Inc (NASDAQ:FOXA)
  • Viacom, Inc. (NASDAQ:VIAB)
  • AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T)
  • Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ)
  • Wal-Mart Stores Incorporated (NYSE:WMT)
  • Target Corporation (NYSE:TGT)
  • IBM (NYSE:IBM)
  • Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO)
  • Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC)
  • Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:APPL)
  • JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM)
  • Wells Fargo & Co (NYSE:WFC)
  • Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS)
  • Bank of America (NYSE:BAC)
  • Athene Holding (NYSE:ATH)
  • Fabrinet (NYSE:FN)

As you can see, I have took Wal-Mart and Twenty-First Century Fox Inc off the list as their P/E ratios are above 20 as of today.

Lastly, I am currently holding bitcoin, ethereum and dash and having no intention in investing any other crytocurrencies.  As a result, I did not create a crytocurrency Watch List.

So what do you think? Feel free to leave a comment below! Catch you on the flip side!

4 thoughts on “An Update Of My Stock/Crytocurrency Watch List (December 2017)”

  1. I seem to be reading and commenting on you a lot lately. I don’t know if you have something against mutual funds, as I haven’t read too far back in your blog. It is this easiest way to gain diversification, which your holding currently greatly lack.
    Assuming you refuse to buy mutual funds, I’d highly recommend diversifying your TD stock. No one expects a major bank to all of a sudden go bankrupt, but it does happen so it is extremely recommended that you pick up some of the other major banks in Canada. 70% of your investments riding on the back of one company is pretty terrifying to me.

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    1. Yes I do notice you have been commenting on my blog quite a bit. First of all, I want to thank you and I appreciate you enjoy reading my posts. I actually DO refuse to buy mutual funds because I do not know how much I have to pay for MER. I also wrote a post about it too: https://wp.me/p903G3-xW. In addition, I am going to buy more stocks of different companies (Canadian, USA and international) in the future. I just want to build up some capital first.

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      1. I’ve read that and your intro article now. Am I to understand that your financial advisor couldn’t provide you with an answer to the question “What is an MER?” If so I’d urge you to go speak to another one, and potentially report that person to their employer.
        Also, I agree that you shouldn’t invest in something that you don’t understand. However, I would urge you to educate yourself further on mutual funds and ETFs and reconsider your choices thus far. Stocks have their place, but you are just starting out.
        MERs can seem high, but people often forget that a financial plan is about risk management as much as it is about realizing profits.
        Best of luck moving forward, and keep pumping out the podcasts!

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      2. Thanks. I am constantly educating myself about passive income and investment. As I age I realize my income would not increase as much as I was younger and there is no job security anymore, therefore I have to learn how to generate more income without actually working so hard.

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