Comments on: Portfolio Update: August 2010

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Planning the trade, trading the plan!Mon, 06 Sep 2010 10:44:19 +0000hourly1http://wordpress.org/?v=3.0.1By: Michhttps://www.beatingtheindex.com/portfolio-update-august-2010/comment-page-1/#comment-937
MichFri, 03 Sep 2010 21:04:00 +0000https://www.beatingtheindex.com/?p=756#comment-937@Kevin,

Results should be way nicer by the end of the year providing we do not double dip!

@PIE,

I sure will be looking into diversifying my asset allocation in my HELOC account as automatic pilot is turned on gradually. Of course the current holdings have to mature (reach target exit prices in my mind, if possible) in order to switch gradually. I might have to go with ETFs since I do not have time to study different sectors, my time is barely enough to keep up on energy.

I am in the same boat as you RE RRSP contributions.
BTW i emailed you around Aug 11, did you ever receive it?

Cheers!@Kevin,

Results should be way nicer by the end of the year providing we do not double dip!

@PIE,

I sure will be looking into diversifying my asset allocation in my HELOC account as automatic pilot is turned on gradually. Of course the current holdings have to mature (reach target exit prices in my mind, if possible) in order to switch gradually. I might have to go with ETFs since I do not have time to study different sectors, my time is barely enough to keep up on energy.

I am in the same boat as you RE RRSP contributions.
BTW i emailed you around Aug 11, did you ever receive it?

Cheers!

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The Passive Income EarnerFri, 03 Sep 2010 15:25:49 +0000https://www.beatingtheindex.com/?p=756#comment-933Well done. Do you have a plan to diversify your asset allocation?

For me, the end of August lifted it above July so it was nice. My individual stock were good but it’s the funds in my RRSP that caught up. I can’t really change those without losing the company’s contribution … which match at a minimum of 50%.Well done. Do you have a plan to diversify your asset allocation?

For me, the end of August lifted it above July so it was nice. My individual stock were good but it’s the funds in my RRSP that caught up. I can’t really change those without losing the company’s contribution … which match at a minimum of 50%.

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Kevin@InvestItWiselyWed, 01 Sep 2010 17:45:13 +0000https://www.beatingtheindex.com/?p=756#comment-925Nice results, Mich. The RRSPs had a result similar to the index, I would say. 😉Nice results, Mich. The RRSPs had a result similar to the index, I would say. ;)
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