Top Canadian Dividend Stocks for 2021

Last year hasn’t been quite what we expected. And let’s admit it, while 2021 brings some hope, a number on a calendar is not magic. If there is one single piece of wisdom you must remember from 2020 it is this: stay invested. If you stayed invested over the past 6 years, you went through […]

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What Should a Dividend Growth Investor Buy in 2021?

This is very funny. Before I started to write this introduction, I went back and read the 2020 forecast edition of my top picks for 2020, and here is how it started: “Many readers have written to tell me they are sitting on some cash ready to be invested. Some of you sold a rental […]

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Alimentation Couche-Tard (ATD.B.TO): Invest In Electric Vehicles Growth Without Picking An EV Constructor!

Electric vehicles are coming in strong… A world without car running on fuel? There’s a convenience store that already thought about it! Alimentation Couche-Tard is a Canadian company that operates a network of convenience stores mostly across North America. While its yield is very low, it is an interesting addition to any kind of portfolio, […]

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I Didn’t Like RioCan (REI.UN.TO) Before It Cut Its Dividend; What About Now?

At the beginning of December, RioCan (REI.UN.TO) dropped a bomb for retirees: They slashed their dividend by 33%. “As RioCan continues to navigate through the uncertain retail landscape created by the COVID-19 pandemic and faces an unknown length and breadth of closures, the Board has taken the prudent action of reducing our distribution. A more […]

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How Canadian Banks Fared Last Quarter?

All Canadian Banks reported their earnings last week. As they are the heart and soul of the Canadian Economy, I’m always excited to follow their reports. Usually. if Canadian banks do well, the Canadian economy follows. If their quarter is hard, it also means most Canadian businesses are having a hard time. I’ve previously shared […]

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