Archives July 2016

Annoucing Saevis.com

Last update on July 25, 2016.

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A few months ago, I launched the new ‘Stocks’ tool in this site. The tool provides ratings and information on nearly all Canadian stocks.

When I first launched the tool, I expected it to draw a lot of visitors. Unfortunately, I’ve been disappointed with the results. I believe there are a few reasons for the lack of traffic, but two of the main ones are loading speed, and the domain name.

When you go to the ‘Stocks’ page, it generally takes a second or two to load. That may not sound ...

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Valuation Model for Leon's Furniture

Last update on July 18, 2016.

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On the third Monday of each month, I’ll comment on the performance of the premium portfolios and provide some additional analysis related to individual stocks. In this article, I will also present and explain my valuation model for Leon’s Furniture (Ticker: LNF.TO).

 

Premium Portfolio News

The performance of MoneyGeek's premium portfolios for the month of June 2016 were as follows:

 

Jun 2016

Last 12 Months

Since Apr 2013

Moderately Aggressive

+5.8%

+0.6%

+34.6%

Very Aggressive

+1.8%

-0.7%

+12.2%

Extremely Aggressive

+4.4%

-6.6 ...

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My TFSA Update June 2016 - Thoughts on Tesla Motors

Last update on July 11, 2016.

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In this series, I (Jin Choi) talk about my goal of reaching $1 million in my TFSA account by 2033. If you want to know what a TFSA is, I recommend you read my free book. In this post, I’ll also give some thoughts on Tesla’s stock.

 

June Results: Up 9.0%

At the end of June, I had $66,972 in my TFSA account, which is up by 9.0% since the end of last month. By comparison, the Canadian stock market went up by 0.1%, while the U.S ...

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Why And To What Extent Brexit Is Bad For Stocks

Last update on July 4, 2016.

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At the beginning of every month, I brief members on how MoneyGeek's regular portfolios have performed and comment on the state of the financial markets. In this update, I’ll explain just why and to what extent Brexit is bad news for stocks.

 

Performance of Regular Portfolios

The performance of MoneyGeek's regular portfolios for the month of June 2016 were as follows:

 

Last Month

Last 12 Months

Since Apr 2013

Slightly Aggressive

-1.8%

+2.0%

+48.6%

Balanced

-1.6%

+2.1%

+40.4%

Slightly Conservative

-1.3 ...

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