Cannabis in the news August 7, 2019

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News on cannabis stocks and on developments in the industry haven’t let up in today’s volatile markets. Here are this week’s stories that we believe will mean the most to you as a Canadian investor.

1.The Ontario securities commission has now opened an… Read More

Cannabis in the news July 31, 2019

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News on cannabis stocks and on developments in the industry haven’t let up in today’s volatile markets. Here are this week’s stories that we believe will mean most to you as a Canadian investor.

1. Cannabis producers will inevitably face increased scrutiny from… Read More

Cannabis in the news July 24, 2019

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News on cannabis stocks and on developments in the industry haven’t let up in today’s volatile markets. Here are this week’s stories that we believe will mean most to you as a Canadian investor.

1. A leading U.S. cannabis company is under regulatory… Read More

Uncover good Canadian stocks for a happier, more stable retirement

Uncover good Canadian stocks for a happier, more stable retirement

Choosing good Canadian stocks for your well-diversified retirement portfolio will lead to a more financially secure retirement
If you’re heading into retirement and are short of money, you should move your investing in the direction of safer, more conservative investments. That’s a far better option than… Read More

Build a Conservative Retirement Portfolio to Ensure a Safer Future

Build a Conservative Retirement Portfolio to Ensure a Safer Future

Invest in high-quality stocks and diversify to develop a conservative retirement portfolio to rely on during your golden years
There are good reasons to stay out of the stock market, but approaching retirement isn’t one of them, especially if you have built a conservative retirement portfolio… Read More

Canada’s big banks are ready for any downturn

Slowing growth for Canadian home prices and the economy have spurred concerns about future prospects for the big banks. Steve Eisman, who made millions from short positions he held at the time of the 2008 U.S. housing crash, is among today’s loudest critics.
Eisman argues that… Read More