What are stock investment clubs?

What are stock investment clubs?

Stock investment clubs can help new investors find quality stocks and help them develop their own investing style. But watch out for the drawbacks.
In 2017, learning about stocks is as easy as connecting to the Internet. But if you want to further your knowledge of investing,… 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

How to decide which Canadian bank stocks are best for you

How to decide which Canadian bank stocks are best for you

Canadian bank stocks have long been one of our top choices for growth and income.
We’ve long recommended that all Canadian investors own two or more of the Big Five Canadian bank stocks—Bank of Nova Scotia, Bank of Montreal, CIBC, TD Bank and Royal Bank. That’s… Read More

Two big risks of Canadian penny stocks you can avoid

Two big risks of Canadian penny stocks you can avoid

Canadian penny stocks can be riskier than other investments, and if investors aren’t careful, early success can actually lead to a big loss.
The appeal of Canadian penny stocks is no different in July 2017 than it was in July 2007: Investors are looking to add to the… 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