18.26% Average Annual Growth Since Inception 15 Years Ago!

Richmond Club Index

1,301%

S&P 500

153%

Aphria Inc.

APH

Avalon Ventures

AVL

Empire Industries

EIL.V

The Richmond Club Index has averaged 18.26% per year since inception 15 years ago. This works out to 1,301% cumulative growth.

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Since small-cap companies are volatile, Greg Beckett CIM, FCSI recommends the following:

  1. Buy a portfolio of 5-20 Richmond Club companies. To reduce risk and portfolio volatility, these stocks should be from three or more different sectors such as: healthcare, mining, oil & gas, software, technology, manufacturing, etc.
  2. 20-50% of your portfolio should be a fixed income investment such as the NYSE:LQD iShares IBoxx $ Invest Grade Corp Bond ETF. The point of this is not to get high growth but to have “cash” on the sideline so you can top up your stock holdings when they “go on sale” during market downturns. Our weekly newsletter will let you know when and how to do this.
  3. Hold your stocks for 1-5 years,
  4. Equally weight each stock in your portfolio by investing the same amount in each company,
  5. Rebalance your portfolio every 6-12 months. Rebalancing to maintain an equal weighting of each stock is a non-emotional discipline which forces you to “sell high and buy low”,
  6. Consult your Investment Advisor before buying any stock.  

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