John Heinzl's model dividend growth portfolio as of Dec. 31, 2019
|Company||Ticker||No. of shrs||Shr price $**||Purchase Price $||Market Value $***||Book Value $***||Gain/Loss %||Yield %|
|Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp.*||AQN-T||435||18.37||13.15||7,990.95||5,719.45||39.72%||4.04%|
|A&W Revenue Royalties Income Fund*||AW-UN-T||120||38.58||32.77||4,629.60||3,932.00||17.74%||4.95%|
|Brookfield Infrastructure Partners LP*||BIP-UN-T||110||64.86||53.41||7,134.60||5,875.20||21.44%||4.12%|
|Bank of Montreal*||BMO-T||60||100.64||95.09||6,038.40||5,705.30||5.84%||4.09%|
|Canadian Apartment Properties REIT*||CAR-UN-T||120||53.01||33.73||6,361.20||4,047.60||57.16%||2.60%|
|Choice Properties REIT||CHP-UN-T||460||13.91||10.98||6,398.60||5,050.32||26.70%||5.32%|
|Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce*||CM-T||40||108.06||109.17||4,322.40||4,366.80||-1.02%||5.33%|
|Capital Power Corp.*||CPX-T||160||34.39||24.67||5,502.40||3,947.20||39.40%||5.58%|
|Canadian Utilities Ltd.*||CU-T||100||39.17||38.75||3,917.00||3,875.00||1.08%||4.31%|
|iShares Core Dividend Growth ETF*||DGRO-N||125||42.09||32.47||6,833.31||5,063.94||34.94%||2.83%|
|Manulife Financial Corp.*||MFC-T||180||26.36||25.31||4,744.80||4,555.80||4.15%||3.79%|
|Restaurant Brands International Inc.||QSR-T||70||82.78||79.59||5,794.60||5,570.95||4.01%||3.21%|
|Royal Bank of Canada*||RY-T||50||102.75||96.54||5,137.50||4,827.00||6.43%||4.09%|
|TC Energy Corp.*||TRP-T||100||69.16||59.98||6,916.00||5,998.12||15.30%||4.34%|
|iShares S&P/TSX 60 Index ETF*||XIU-T||275||25.56||23.15||7,029.00||6,366.25||10.41%||2.82%|
*Also in personal portfolio
**As of Dec. 31, 2019
***In Canadian dollars
Dividends received since last update: $397.28
Gain/loss for individual stocks is calculated by comparing market value (end of most recent month) with book value, which reflects the initial and any subsequent share purchases.
Portfolio gain/loss is from inception on Oct. 1, 2017 and is calculated by comparing market value (end of most recent month) with initial portfolio value of $100,000. This is a total return figure that includes dividends and share price changes.
For U.S. securities, the share price is reported in U.S. dollars but the market value and book value are converted to Canadian dollars.
As a result, the gain/loss percentage is a calculation that factors in foreign-exchange fluctuations as well as movement in the share price.
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