Value vs. Growth Stocks: We think you should hold both in your portfolio—here’s why

Value vs. Growth Stocks: We think you should hold both in your portfolio—here’s why

There doesn’t need to be a competition between value vs. growth stocks. We believe both types of stocks have a place in a well-diversified portfolio
What should you choose when looking at value vs. growth stocks? We think you should pick some of both.


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Be wary of the difference between growth and momentum stocks

To profit from growth stocks, you need to pick stocks with clear growth prospects and not simply momentum stocks with uncertain futures
By definition, growth stocks are companies that have above-average growth prospects. They are firms whose earnings growth has been above the market average, and… Read More

How you can spot the best investments for long-term growth

How you can spot the best investments for long-term growth

The best investments for long-term growth typically include hidden assets, a strong hold on a market, and more
We continue to think Successful Investors will profit most—and with the least risk—by buying shares of well-established companies with strong business prospects and strong positions in healthy industries… Read More

23 top tips for successfully investing in TSX growth stocks

23 top tips for successfully investing in TSX growth stocks

Despite the market volatility of 2019—and their own increased volatility—TSX growth stocks can make excellent long-term investments.

By definition, TSX growth stocks are companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange that have above-average growth prospects. They are firms whose earnings growth has been—or is projected to be—above… Read More

Genworth MI Canada awaits outcome of Chinese takeover bid

Genworth MI Canada awaits outcome of Chinese takeover bid

Recently a Member of Pat McKeough’s Inner Circle asked his opinion of Canada’s second largest default mortgage insurer.

Overall, says Pat, the company’s fundamentals are sound. With its shares trading at just 8.5 times forecast earnings and a high dividend yield, it looks like an… Read More

Soaring share price makes Dollarama an expensive buy

Soaring share price makes Dollarama an expensive buy

In response to a direct “buy or not” question from a member of his Inner Circle, Pat McKeough takes a close look at Dollarama as it stands in 2019. A successful growth stock, Dollarama has seen exponential gains since it first began trading publicly. The… Read More