What is market timing theory?

Market timing theory attempts to interpret and detect buy and sell signals in trading patterns and history.
 

Political tensions in Washington following the 2016 U.S. elections have reignited interest in marketing timing theory. The practice of market timing consists of coming up with and acting on a.. Read More

Here’s how to make finding dividend stocks easier

Here’s how to make finding dividend stocks easier

When finding dividend stocks, look at these key factors
By finding dividend stocks to hold in your portfolio, the income you earn can supply a significant percentage of your total return—as much as a third of your gains. And at the same time, dividends are more… Read More

5 reasons to sell penny stocks

5 reasons to sell penny stocks

Although attractive to aggressive investors, there are many good reasons to sell penny stocks before you lose money
Some investors think the best way to profit in stocks is to buy them when they are just barely starting out on a growth phase they hope will… Read More

Follow this successful ETF strategy for maximum returns

Follow this successful ETF strategy for maximum returns

Having a sound ETF strategy will help you target the best ETFs—and maximize your gains
Unlike many mutual funds, Exchange Traded Funds don’t load you up with heavy management fees, nor do they tie you down with heavy redemption charges if you decide to get out… Read More

Two ETFs are a ticket to strong overseas investing

Two ETFs are a ticket to strong overseas investing

We think conservative investors can hold up to 10% of their portfolios in foreign stocks. One way to do that is by choosing exchange-traded funds (ETFs) with an overseas focus.
The best ETFs continue to offer very low management fees and well-diversified, tax-efficient portfolios of high-quality… Read More

Dividend Advisor Hotline – Friday, July 7, 2017

TELUS CORP., $44.68, Toronto symbol T, is Canada’s second-largest wireless carrier, after Rogers Communications, with 8.6 million subscribers. In addition, its wireline business serves 1.35 million traditional phone customers in B.C., Alberta and eastern Quebec. That operation also has 1.7 million Internet users and 1.1… Read More