3 Reason to Keep a 100% Equity Portfolio Until You Die

Last week, I shared my latest dividend income update. I used to be highly against tracking down my dividend income because I’m more interested in my total return than anything else. However, I thought it would be a great idea to show investors that you can invest at the “top” of a

My Favorite Quote – This Time is Different

Two weeks ago, I noticed a “flash news” showing the Bitcoin price and I thought “OMG! This thing is going down now!” To be honest, I wrote one piece on Bitcoin back in September 2017. I’m not an expert in blockchain technology and I don’t pretend I know everything. However, when pr

Should You Compare GIC Rates with Dividend Yield?

*This article is for more beginner investors, but it was inspired by many emails I received. If you follow this blog from time to time, you have already noticed how much I prefer dividend growth stocks on top of high yielding companies. Some may think that it’s because of my age (3

Things That could Ruin Your Retirement Portfolio Part III

I think the biggest retirees’ concern regarding their portfolio is probably the fear of losing money. During all those years, you have worked very hard and saved every penny you could. Then, you turned around and invested this hard-earned money in the hope of building a comfy nest

Things That could Ruin Your Retirement Portfolio Part II

In my latest post, I started a 3 parts series on factors making a big difference in your retirement portfolio. If you don’t consider them, your retirement plan could go bust faster than the plane you are taking to travel Europe this summer. The first article was about the infamous

Things That Could Ruin Your Retirement Portfolio Part I

Since I received the commuted value of my pension plan last year, I’ve given lots of thoughts about building a retirement portfolio. In that optic, lots of retirees ask me to write a more detailed approach about a higher yielding portfolio. Since I’ve received lots of demands comin

How Can I Find Value in this Market?

Sell in May and Go Away… With such an overvalued market, I bet you thought about that old saying, didn’t you? After all, finding value in a stock market that has been running higher and higher for the past 9 years is called “mission impossible” by many investors. You might as well

A Good Question for All Investors; Do You Have The Answer?

One thing I enjoy the most about running an investing platform is that I get the opportunity to connect with thousands of investors. We can share ideas and their questions often leads to great article ideas. This is exactly what happened the other day when a member asked me my opin

DGB Financial Split Corp Explained Inside Out

Warning: I really wanted to name this article “Financial Split Corp Bashing,” but I thought it would be nicer if you read the words “explained” instead. Jokes aside, I find there are some major issues investors decide to ignore (or just don’t know) when they look at an investment p