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Patrick McKeough is one of Canada’s top safe-money advisors. The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and The Hulbert Financial Digest have all recognized his ability to find stocks with hidden value. He is editor and publisher of The Successful Investor, Stock Pickers Digest, Wall Street Stock Forecaster and Canadian Wealth Advisor; inventor of the Quick Profit/Value System and the ValuVesting System™. A best-selling Canadian author, he wrote Riding the Bull, the book that predicted the 1990s stock-market boom.

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Pat McKeough responds to many personal questions about specific stock advice and other investment topics from the members of his Inner Circle. Every week, his comments and recommendations on the most intriguing questions of the past week go out to all Inner Circle members. And each week, we offer you one of the highlights from these Q&A sessions. While weread more »

Every Wednesday, we publish our “Investor Toolkit” series on TSI Network. Whether you’re a new or experienced investor, these weekly updates are designed to give you stock advice and other tips on successful investing. Each Investor Toolkit update gives you a fundamental tip and shows you how you can put it into practice right away.

Tip of the week: “The …read more »

Investors often ask us why we don’t give price targets for the stocks we recommend. After all, stock price targets appear regularly in brokerage and media reports.

There are several very good reasons we do not follow this practice. The main one stems from one of the stock investing tips we have often reiterated: predictions are the least reliable part …read more »

One of the keys to successful investing is to avoid costly mistakes that can take months or even years to recover from—that is, to win by not losing.

And the best way to avoid investment mistakes is to adopt the habits of successful investors. You can begin very profitably by cultivating these three personal mental strengths:

  • Patience: Good chess

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The deal that was cobbled together in Washington to avoid America’s so-called “fiscal cliff” appears to have staved off bad news, at least temporarily. But bad news about an individual stock can crop up any time—and often with far less warning than heavily reported crises like this one. It’s always upsetting, but it’s not necessarily a calamity.

When you hear bad …read more »

Falling profits, dividend cuts and police or security commission investigations are some of the well-known signs of risk detailed in even the most basic stock market advice. But wise investors will also stay alert for more subtle signs of problems that may be threatening a company’s prosperity.

Look for these 3 hints that a company may soon be facing big …read more »

Rather than “buy and hold,” we think it’s a good idea to invest in stocks and then “buy and watch closely.” That helps answer one important question we frequently get from investors: How often should they sell investments they own and buy new ones?

Our answer never varies. Do it as rarely as possible. That’s because turnover in your portfolio …read more »

Every Wednesday, we publish our “Investor Toolkit” series on TSI Network. Whether you’re a new or experienced investor, these weekly updates are designed to give you specific investment advice, including stock trading advice that can help you reduce the risk of more aggressive investing. Each Investor Toolkit update gives you a fundamental piece of investing strategy, and shows you how …read more »

Too much investor attention tends to be focused on economic forecasts. The fact is, forecasts provide little, if any, advantage when it comes to helpful stock market advice.

That’s especially true today in light of the uncertainty over America’s looming “fiscal cliff” and the bitter political debate over how to tackle that country’s federal budget deficit and exploding debt.

Most experienced, …read more »

Many investors start their search for winning stocks by looking at a company’s income statement and balance sheet. But it helps to remember that earnings are adjusted and that some items in a corporate report are more useful to investors than others.

A company’s earnings are different from an employee’s salary. Earnings are indefinite and subject to revision, even years …read more »

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Investment Counsellor

An investment counsellor is an industry specialist who earns fees by giving advice to investors, and in many cases managing their investments for them. Their roles and functions are subject to strict regulatory requirements. Pat McKeough provides investment counselling through Successful Investor Wealth Management Inc. To learn more about this service, click here.

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