Here are the key characteristics of good companies to invest in

Here are the key characteristics of good companies to invest in

Good companies to invest in share a number of key characteristics
High-quality blue chip stocks represent good companies to invest in. Blue chip companies are typically defined as firms whose stocks have a national reputation for quality, reliability and the ability to operate profitably in good… Read More

11 tips for picking TSX blue chip stocks to make profits

11 tips for picking TSX blue chip stocks to make profits

TSX blue chip stocks are key components of successful investor portfolios
TSX blue chip stocks are well-established companies with attractive business prospects on the Toronto Stock Exchange, like Bank of Montreal (TSE: BMO), RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust (TSX: REI.UN), and Enbridge (TSE: ENB). Well-established firms… Read More

5 blue chip investment tips for the highest returns

5 blue chip investment tips for the highest returns

Here are some key blue chip investment tips that will help you build a stock portfolio for maximum returns
The best stocks to hold in your portfolio all have one thing in common: They give you reason to believe they might be worth holding on to… Read More

Finding top Canadian Blue Chip Stocks that pay high dividends

Finding top Canadian Blue Chip Stocks that pay high dividends

Look for strong companies, a history of dividends and reliable yields when looking for the best Canadian blue-chip stocks with high dividends.
Do you want to find Canadian blue-chip stocks that pay high dividends? First let’s take a look at what makes a blue-chip stock.

The best… Read More

Don’t let the Shiller CAPE Ratio scare you out of the market

Don’t let the Shiller CAPE Ratio scare you out of the market

Understanding the Shiller CAPE Ratio and the false narratives it has encouraged among investors helps put stock market risk in perspective
Dr. Robert Shiller—economics professor at Yale University, and joint winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Economics—has redeemed himself, in our opinion. I’ll say more… Read More