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Rob Carrick, the Globe's personal finance columnist, and Lori Livingstone, portfolio manager at Scotia MacLeod, offer advice to this retired investor who wonders if his all-stock investing strategy is a good one

The 'Nothing but Stocks' Portfolio

The Question: Am I doing anything wrong and what should I be looking for when investing in a company?

Age: 64
Occupation: retired
Annual Income: $300,000
Level of investment knowledge: average
Portfolio size: $5-million
Net worth $10-million
Pension: No

Portfolio Notes:

-Do-it-yourself investor

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Asset Mix : 100 per cent stocks held in a personal holding company

All positions capped at 5-6 per cent:

Top Holdings:

  • TD Bank
  • Canadian REIT
  • Dundee REIT
  • RioCan REIT
  • H&R REIT
  • ARC Resources
  • Enbridge
  • Canadian Oil Sands
  • Calloway REIT

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