Top 3 Canadian REITs for 2020 – And Why RioCan is not Part of It

Most retirees love REITs because their sole purpose is to distribute as much money as possible to their units holder. This sounds like music to the ears of those who are looking for a nice paycheck coming into their bank account every single month (or quarterly). But one must be ca

Canadian Banks Ranking – Which One of The Strongest Bank?

Mike, are you not tired of writing about Canadian banks? Of course not! First, they remain amongst my favorite dividend stocks ever. As a passionate investor, I will never get tired discussing my favorite picks! Second, I will not review their earnings this time. Rather, we will lo

August Income Report – The Tech Bubble 20 Years Later

In September of 2017, I received slightly over $100K from my former employer which represented the commuted value of my pension plan. I decided to invest 100% of this money into dividend growth stocks. Each month, I publish my results. I don’t do this to brag.  I do this to show yo

These Two Stocks Should Bounce Back and Offer Good Income for Your Retirement Portfolio

Each month, we issue The Mike’s Buy List for our DSR members. They get our best ideas for both U.S. and Canadian dividend stocks. The first Friday of each month, they receive our top 10 growth and top 10 retirement (yield over 4%+) investment ideas. Yesterday, I covered two s

Start Taking Donations, Tips, and Contributions for Your Creative and Professional Pursuits

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Two Dividend Growth Picks that Could Boost Your Return!

Each month, we issue The Mike’s Buy List for our DSR members. They get our best ideas for both U.S. and Canadian dividend stocks. The first Friday of each month, they receive our top 10 growth and top 10 retirement (yield over 4%+) investment ideas. As both markets did well i

Classic Banking Doesn’t Pay Off – TD and CIBC Q3 2020 Earnings Review

After reviewing Q3 2020 earnings for BMO and ScotiaBank, and then for National Bank and Royal Bank, it is time to look at what TD and CIBC had for us in their pockets. Oh my, this is definitely not my best picture… but I did it on purpose mostly because TD and CIBC Q3 earning

Canadian Banks are Doing Well! – National Bank and Royal Bank Q3 2020 Earnings Review

Yesterday, I posted my review of the earnings for both BMO and Scotiabank. My one word was “meh!” This time, both banks have reported flat earnings and pretty good results.  What’s happening? BMO earnings were down around 20% and ScotiaBank was down roughly 47%. T

BMO and Scotiabank Q3 2020 Earnings Review: Is Their Dividend Still Safe?

Last week, I was super happy because it finally was the week of Canadian banks Q3 earnings reports. Today, we’re starting with Scotiabank and BMO as they were the first to publish their results. Everybody was expecting that because banks have definitely set the tone for the C

Brookfield Property Partners (BPY): Should Your Shares Be Running This Bumpy Ride?

I’ve decided to discuss Brookfield Property Partners today, mostly because I have received a bunch of questions in regards to their tender share buyback offer. On top of that, they released their quarterly earnings not so long ago. As the offer expires in a couple days (Augus