Portfolio Value Update - November 2016

Portfolio Value
Hello my fellow investors! Another month is in the books and I'm happy to post another portfolio value update. As of November 31, 2016 my dividend portfolio balance stood at $37,745.91. That’s an increase of $1,798 compared to last month. Not bad compared to the previous month. My portfolio have recovered from October sell-off and continued to rally higher. By the way, the 37K level is a new record for me. I'm slowly approaching a round number of 40K. It should take a few more months to get there.

Portfolio Value Update - October 2016


Portfolio Value
As of October 31, 2016 my dividend portfolio balance stands at $35,947.54. That’s a decrease of $429 compared to last month. The last week of October was bad. My portfolio has lost around $1000 in value, but that’s all right. Stocks go up and down and since I’m in assets accumulation mode, I can benefit of those low stock prices. We have two more months till the end of the year. This is the time when volatility increases and then everything settles down around January-February.

Portfolio Value Update - September 2016

Portfolio Value
As of September 30, 2016 my dividend portfolio balance stands at $36,377.14. That’s an increase of $1,732 compared to last month. Finally, I surpassed the $35K value for the first time. My portfolio did pretty well considering that historically in September we get market correction of 5%. I also received the highest dividend amount.

Portfolio Value Update - August 2016



Portfolio Value
As of August 31, 2016 my dividend portfolio balance stands at $34,644.91. That’s an increase of $197 compared to last month. The Canadian market is down 200 points from its peak and so is my portfolio. In mid-August I was getting close to $36,000 before stocks started to sell off. But that’s fine with me. I rather buy stocks cheaper.

New Shopping Centre by FCR.TO


First Capital Realty is one the REITs that I hold in my dividend stocks portfolio. They recently redesigned one of their properties here in Montreal so I decided to go and check it out. Instead of explaining how it looked like before, I decided to show it in pictures.