The table below outlines my current portfolio. I chose to remove the dollar amounts as I am too lazy to constantly update the unit pricing. Also, it seems a little too needy to keep checking it. Just set it and forget it!
|iShares S&P TSX Capped Composite Index Fund||XIC||162|
|iShares Cor S&P 500 TU||XUS||106|
|iShares Core MSCI TU||XEF||71|
|iShares Core MSCI Emerging Markets IMI Index||XEC||69|
|iShares Core High Quality Canadian Bond Index||XQB||100|
|iShares S&P TSX Capped REIT Index Fund||XRE||26|
|BMO SP/TSX Index||ZCN||8|
|iShares S&P/TSX Canadian Preferred Share Index||CPD||95|
|Artis Real Estate Investment Trust Real Estate Trust||AX.UN||52|
|Dream Office Real Estate Investment Trust||D.UN||120|
|Liquor Stores N.A. Ltd||LIQ||400|
|Corus Entertainment Inc.||CJR.B||129|
The keeners will notice that the first 5 ETFs are actually Canadian Couch Potato, but a bit heavier on Canadian equities. I bought a bunch on sale, but I will be re-balancing slowly in 2016. The rest are REITs and a liquor company. There are a few random ones that I will be leaving alone for a while. Yeah, those are remnants from the old portfolio. I bought the ZCN ETFs with dividends that were transferred around the same time my portfolio was liquidated and used as a downpayment last year. The dividends were just a tad delayed. Otherwise I would have taken them out.
The portfolio is a split between my Questrade RRSP and TFSA accounts and its value value near the end of March 2016 was just under $22,000.