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TFSA Low Priced Picks for 2019

I have been involved in the stock market for over 40 years, as a broker, in research, involved in institutional, a director of several public companies, and helping to start and fund publicly-listed companies. The TFSA is a great vehicle for buying low-priced stocks and sheltering capital gains. Since I have the time, I am reviving the TFSA Letter, which was in hiatus for several years while I did other related things. The objective is to have fun and make a lot of money.


I am going to be looking for and listing low-priced stocks I should be buying for my TFSA. They will be mostly resource juniors, with a few other sector companies thrown in. But all of them for the sole reason they should have the potential to generate substantial capital gains this year. My criteria is low price, good share structure, people running them have some market smarts and mining knowledge and potential for being 4+baggers.

**** NOTE: I own and will buy and sell these stocks… there is no point in discussing any of them unless I like them well enough to buy myself. Not recommending that you buy or sell yourself, just listing what I think will do well in 2019. ****

January 12, 2019 #1 Weekly update on stock picks – also on Twitter @lettertfsa

PORE – $.09 (+.03) – stock traded up with the awareness of the webinar and good story

WM– $.175 (+.0175) – stock traded up a bit as awareness spread

JG – $.175 (-.03) – stock traded down after a run up on the closing of $6.65mln pp @ $.15

DV – $.435 (+.02) – stock traded up on drill result of 75 m of 419 gram/t silver

SHL – $.04 (unch) – trading sideways waiting for drill results from two drill programs

RCLF – $.13 (+.025) – announced visible gold in core, assay results pending

NTRL – $.08 (unch) – trading sideways, waiting for further info re CBD infused sweeteners

RISE – $.08 (unch) – trading sideways while waiting for updates on high-grade gold in Idaho


MORE TO COME…    keep up-to-date with posted Weekly Updates or you can get the updates on Twitter  – @lettertfsa