One of my rules is to hold 40 or fewer stocks in my portfolio to ensure I can stay on top of my holdings. To better understand my strategy, you need to read my 7 investing rules and leverage my dividend growth stock selection process. All in all, it has provided me with a portfolio that can beat the index and in retirement, my knowledge of dividend investing will allow me to draw dividend income rather than burn through my hard earned capital.
Canadian Stock Portfolio
When it comes to choosing a Canadian stock, the list of companies matching my investing criteria will mostly be Canadian Dividend Achievers with a 10% CARG dividend growth. However, with some sectors, it can be difficult to find a match and I have to vary my approach and selection.
US Stock Portfolio
The list of stocks matching my investing criteria will mostly be US Dividend Aristocrats with the exception of the technology sector. That sector is relatively recent to fulfill the requirements for a US Dividend Aristocrat.
Complete Stock Portfolio
The below portfolio is updated automatically as I update my local spreadsheet. It’s categorized in multiple ways. As a cautionary note, all US holdings are held within the RRSP account as it is more tax efficient for dividends.
Historical Stock Transactions
Below is a list of transactions I have made starting in 2017.
- Sold Canadian Utilities (TSE:CU) in my TFSA
- Purchased Brookefield Infrastructure Partners (TSE:BIP.UN, NYSE:BIP) in my TFSA
- Purchased TD Bank (TSE:TD, NYSE:TD) in my RESP account
- Added to Telus (TSE:T, NYSE:TU) in my TFSA account
Disclaimer: Please note that this blog post represents my opinion and not an advice/recommendation. I am not a financial adviser, I am not qualified to give financial advice. Before you buy any stocks/funds consult with a qualified financial planner. Make your decision at your own risk – see my full disclaimer for more details.