Upside to a Recession

There are a few ways that a good company can do to take advantage of a recession. One of the things that are sometimes done to try and boost the economy is for interest rates to be lowered making it easier for companies (and people) to borrow money. Rather than borrowing to go into moreContinue reading “Upside to a Recession”

Hockey Stocks

Since the Stanley cup playoffs have just recently come to a close and with fall bringing the start of the cold weather I figured this would be a good time to talk about some hockey related stocks. Unfortunately hockey is a lot like racing in that there are relatively few opportunities to directly own anyContinue reading “Hockey Stocks”

Is SS&C Technologies a Good Buy?

There is a decent chance that you have never even heard of this company, which is kind of funny considering they are the world’s largest hedge fund and private equity administrators as well as the largest mutual fund transfer agency with 45 Trillion in managed assets. SS&C Technologies (SSNC) has over 22,000 employees in 35Continue reading “Is SS&C Technologies a Good Buy?”

Banking On The Banks

Berkshire Hathaway run by Warren Buffet is betting big on banks right now, especially on Bank of America (BAC). Regulators have recently approved Berkshire to acquire up to 25% of Bank of America. Since then Berkshire has spent 2.1 billion for 85.2 Million shares bringing their current holdings of BAC to 11.9%. Bank of AmericaContinue reading “Banking On The Banks”

A Golden Opportunity

I want to talk about Kirkland Lake Gold (KL. TSX). They are up 609% in the past year with dividends reinvested. This company is somewhat of a unicorn in the fact that they have zero debt, all while having $700 million in cash as of December 31, 2019. Most large companies have at least aContinue reading “A Golden Opportunity”

The Good, the Bad, the Fugly

This post is all about my 5 best and 5 worst trades, as well as a couple missed opportunities and a couple that I was lucky to get out when I did and some of the lessons learned on the way. Hopefully this will help a few people avoid a few investing mistakes. The GoodContinue reading “The Good, the Bad, the Fugly”

Glens Updated Portfolio

Here is my most updated portfolio as of May 20, 2020. I have changed out 1 stock which I felt suited my investing style a little better. I decided to sell Citigroup(C) and go with Wells Fargo(WFC) instead. In doing so, I was able to acquire a few more shares and increase the amount IContinue reading “Glens Updated Portfolio”

Colby’s Portfolio (As of June 30,2020)

This is a list of my current holdings and what account they are in currently. The percentage weighting of each stock may fluctuate as market prices change and I buy or sell stocks. I will probably update This page once a month or so if you want to check in and see what I haveContinue reading “Colby’s Portfolio (As of June 30,2020)”