Canadian banks are some of the best stocks for investors. Here’s why.

Canadian banks are some of the best stocks for investors. Here’s why.

Canadian banks offer investors above-average dividend yields, low-to-moderate p/e’s; and above-average potential for long-term capital gains.
We’ve long recommended that most Canadian investors hold two or more of the Big Five Canadian banks—Bank of Nova Scotia, Bank of Montreal, CIBC, TD Bank and Royal Bank. That’s… Read More

Here are some key tips on dividend investing for beginners

Here are some key tips on dividend investing for beginners

Consider these pointers on dividend investing for beginners to help you get your investing career off to a great start
A dividend is a payment a corporation makes to its shareholders, usually as a distribution of profits. When a corporation earns a profit, it can re-invest… Read More

11 tips for picking TSX blue chip stocks

11 tips for picking TSX blue chip stocks

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

Buying U.S. Stocks in Canada Provides International Exposure

Investors buying U.S. stocks in Canada can get international exposure—especially when looking at the Consumer sector for investments
Long before 2020, and, indeed, for several decades, we’ve advised Canadian investors to spread their holdings out geographically between Canadian and U.S. stocks. Our view is that virtually… Read More