Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Anodyne, Inc.

"Bloody but unbowed."

Various distributions, dividends and miscellaneous housekeeping:

Current portfolio:

Dominion Citrus Income Fund (DOM.UN): 12,346 units
E-L Financial Corporation (ELF): 7 shares
Hart Stores (HIS): 1769 shares
Loblaw Companies (L): 217 shares
Norbord, Inc. (NBD): 1820 shares
North West Company Fund (NWF.UN): 600 units
Parkland Income Fund (PKI.UN): 3901 units
TerraVest Income Fund (TI.UN): 1109 units
Amerigo Resources, Inc. (ARG): 1895 shares

Distributions and dividends:

Loblaw Companies (L): 217 shares x .21/share = $45.57 (1 Oct)
Norbord, Inc. (NBD): 1820 shares x .10/share = $182.00 (21 Sept)
Parkland Income Fund (PKI.UN): 3901 units x .105/unit = $819.22 (15 Aug, 15 Sept)
TerraVest Income Fund (TI.UN): 1109 units x .055/unit = $121.98 (15 Aug, 15 Sept)
Amerigo Resources (ARG): 1895 shares x .065/share = $123.18 (5 Sept)

Cash balance, $1378.65

Just for interest's sake, the portfolio was worth $100,000 CDN on October 25th, 2006, and is worth $61,193.71 today. In comparison, $100,000 invested in the S&P/TSX Composite index on the same date would now be worth $81,482.70. Did I mention this stuff isn't for the faint of heart? Repeat after me: "I will grade my performance (as should you) over a three to five year horizon. Over shorter periods of time, the portfolio may fluctuate in value, sometimes impressively. These short-term variations don't bother me, and they shouldn't bother you, either."

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