Retail banking and insurance growth sustain this 3.9% yield

Retail banking and insurance growth sustain this 3.9% yield

This leading Canadian bank’s higher earnings are due to banking and insurance gains.

The dividend yield is now a high 3.9%, reflecting a 4.1% dividend hike in May.


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ROYAL BANK OF CANADA, $103.46, Toronto symbol RY, reported higher earnings for its latest quarter thanks to better… Read More

How to choose the best investments for children

How to choose the best investments for children

Traditionally, there have been several options for parents and grandparents looking to make investments for children. But here’s how to choose the best investments for children in 2019.
Taking the time to pick the right investments for children and grandchildren is a worthwhile endeavour. If the child is under… Read More

Hi Pat: I have a question regarding dividends. In your opinion, is it better to buy a stock just before the ex-dividend date or just after? What about the dividend capture strategy? Thanks as always.

A: There are a number of dates related to the payment of dividends:

The declaration date is the date on which a company’s board of directors actually sets the amount of the next dividend. Typically it is a number of weeks in advance of the actual… Read More

Canada’s No. 2 wine producer expands its premium brand portfolio

Canada’s No. 2 wine producer expands its premium brand portfolio

Three winery acquisitions should add substantially to earnings from premium brands and generate higher profits for this leading Canadian wine producer.

Those wider profit margins, plus expected growth in wine consumption thanks to millennials, should boost the company’s sales and earnings.


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