5 top Canadian dividend stocks to invest in

5 top Canadian dividend stocks to invest in

Here are 5 Canadian dividend stocks we recommend holding in your portfolio during and after COVID-19
One of the key points in our three-part investment advice is to invest mainly in well-established dividend-paying stocks. The COVID-19 pandemic and the downturn it spurred in March 2020 highlight… Read More

Can you use the ex-dividend date as an investing strategy

Can you use the ex-dividend date as an investing strategy

The ex-dividend date is a key date involved in dividend stock payments
Knowing your dividend dates will help you get full value from your dividends, but trying to make a quick buck buying and selling around key dividend dates is not worth the risk.

Dividend stocks are… Read More

A look at the best TFSA investments for maximum portfolio gains

A look at the best TFSA investments for maximum portfolio gains

The best TFSA investments provide you with tax advantages, but the COVID-19 downturn still highlights the need to pick your investments wisely and not all your top picks belong in this increasingly popular investment account
Tax-free savings accounts (TFSAs) let you earn investment income—including interest, dividends… Read More

How are dividends taxed? The Canadian dividend tax credit

How are dividends taxed? The Canadian dividend tax credit

COVID-19 volatility has highlighted the power of quality dividends. Here’s what you need to know to answer the question, “How are dividends taxed in Canada?”
How are dividends taxed in Canada? Taxpayers who hold Canadian dividend-paying stocks get a tax break. Their dividends can be eligible… Read More

The best long-term stocks to buy: Here’s how to find them

The best long-term stocks to buy: Here’s how to find them

There are a variety of factors to consider when you look for top long-term stocks to buy, including whether they pay dividends, their position in their industry and management strength
One successful strategy for finding long-term stocks to buy is to identify well-financed companies that are… Read More

Is a higher dividend yield better? Not Always. Learn how to spot the good from the bad to avoid this costly mistake.

Is a higher dividend yield better?  Not Always. Learn how to spot the good from the bad to avoid this costly mistake.

Investors interested in dividends should only buy the highest-yielding Canadian dividend stocks if they meet these criteria—and don’t have these risk factors
Dividend yield is the percentage you get when you divide a company’s current yearly payment by its share price.


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