“What to do??”

Years ago I had a Russian on my team; endowed with great technical skills, he would still periodically find himself with a dilemma, perhaps with a choice of differing approaches to resolution. He would come to me and lay out the problem, describe the various solutions, Continue reading


All in …

Since first implementing my DOGS strategy in 2002, I can honestly say that this has been the toughest time that I’ve had in the markets. Back then, I was trying to recover from a foreign ownership problem that had developed in my RRSP Continue reading

Portfolio update

And let the games begin:

Bank of Montreal reported Q4 earnings under it’s estimate of $1.64, but beating the consensus of $1.57. BMO is one of my current DOGS and this morning’s dip allowed me to pick up stock with a 4.2% yield.

This blog is less than a week old, and I have yet to outline my mission beyond the blog’s tag line “Chronicling the efforts of an early retiree to make a living”; over the coming days I’ll will explain my methodology in some greater detail…