Small time investor. Concentrated on limited number of stock holdings. Don't believe in diversification. Libertarian, no longer conservative. Conservatives are `free market`phonies. Believer in private healthcare even though I am a Canadian citizen. If public healthcare is free in Canada, why are there limited budgets each year and shortages to access? If it doesn't cost Canadians anything for healthcare, can the government also provide free food, free housing and free cars? If it does indeed cost real money, but again, if Canadians 'don't have to pay to go see the doctor', then which foreign entity is paying for our healthcare - the Chinese? The Russians? The Cubans? Please send them a thank you on behalf of all free-loading Canadians who are getting their healthcare paid for by other people, whom apparently aren't Canadian citizens. Canada is a country where you can pay a prostitute for sex, gamble at the government run casino, buy alcohol, grow marijuana, take your dog to the vet and pay out of pocket, but you can't pay a doctor if you are seriously ill and are of the human species. That's Canadian values for you. Looking to invest in companies that grow earnings and dividends at signifigant rates. Moving away from big, slow-growing blue chips and looking for more impact stocks for my portfolio. Still want good companies, but insist on growth these days. Sales and EPS growth are key.