Watch List

I track about 100 of the best Canadian, American and UK dividend growth companies (see below).

My worst enemy is not so much emotion, but procrastination. When a stock I follow takes a nosedive, I’m a happy camper. Hell, I’m even cheery when stocks I own crash and burn. Well, maybe not burn, but you get the picture. I want to buy when stocks are on sale. And when they are, procrastination sets in. Should I buy now? Maybe tomorrow…the price might be lower next week…

To reduce the influence of procrastination, I set buy prices for companies I believe are close to, or under, fair value. My buy prices are based on my three metrics and other information such as financial results.

Canadian Stocks

ATCO
Alimentation CouchTard
Bank of Montreal
Bank of Nova Scotia
Cogeco Cable
Canadian National Rail
Canadian Utilities
Emera
Empire Company
Enbridge
Fortis
Great-West Lifeco
Intact Financial
Manulife Financial
Metro
The North West Co.
Jean Coutu Group
Power Corp.
Power Financial
Pason Systems
Richelieu Hardware
Rogers Communications
Saputo
Suncor
Sun Life Financial
SNC Lavalin
Telus
TransForce
TransCanada

Irish Stocks

Accenture - ACN
Covidien - COV
Eaton - ETN

Israeli Stocks

Teva - TEVA

US Stocks

Aflac
AGCO
Air Products & Chemicals
Automatic Data Processing
American Express
Baxter International
Becton Dickinson
Caterpillar
Chevron
Colgate-Polmolive
Clorox
Cummins
CSX
CVS Caremark
Deere & Co.
Disney
Dover Corp.
Emerson
GE
General Mills
Genuine Parts
Grainger
Hasbro
IBM
Intel
Illinois Tool Works
J.M. Smucker
Johnson & Johnson
JP Morgan Chase
Kellogg
Kimberly-Clark
Kraft Foods
Coca Cola Co.
Lookheed Martin
Lowes
Mattel
McDonalds
Medtronic
McCormick
3M
Microsoft
National Oilwell Varco
Norfolk Southern
Occidental Petroleum Corp
Omnicom Group
Parker Hannifin
Pepsi
Philip Morris
Procter & Gamble
Raytheon
Stryker
Target
TJX
Texas Instruments
Union Pacific
United Technologies
Walgreens Boots Alliance
Wal-Mart Stores

UK Stocks

AstraZeneca - AZN
BP - BP
British American Tobacco - BTI
Diageo - DEO
Ensco - ESV
National Grid - NGG
Pearsons - PSO
Reckitt Benckiser - RBGLY
Royal Dutch Shell - RDS.B (not RDS.A)
Unilever - UL (not UN)

4 comments:

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  2. Hi. Great site. Very informative.
    I started last year at age 50! I so far have 15k Euros invested for about 700 Euros annual dividends.
    What is the difference between RDS.a and b?

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    1. Hi Rob. Better late than never!

      The difference between class A and class B shares is well explained on the following site:
      http://www.shell.com/global/aboutshell/investor/share-price-information/difference-a-b.html

      Cheers

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  3. Hello

    Have you ever had to file the non-resident tax return your US investment's withholding tax in your RRSP accounts? Including ADRs.

    Thanks

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