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

Learn how to value invest for long-term investing success

Learn how to value invest for long-term investing success

Learn how to value invest so you can maximize your long-term portfolio returns—and minimize risk
Value investing focuses on stocks that trade lower than their financial fundamentals suggest. They are perceived as undervalued by most investors and have the potential to rise.

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How to find (the safest) stocks paying the highest dividends

How to find (the safest) stocks paying the highest dividends

Stocks paying the highest dividends can be a big part of a successfully portfolio—but watch out for the risks
If you stick with top-quality stocks paying the highest dividends, the income you earn can supply a significant percentage of your total return—as much as a third… 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