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Stock Forecasters Are The Worst – September Income Report

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 in dividend growth stocks. Each month, I publish my results on those investments. I don’t do this to brag. I

How to Start Investing – Select the Right Brokerage Account [Podcast Series]

Subscribe: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts How can you start investing if you don’t even know which account or service you need!? What should you look for? Let’s discuss the different types of investing platforms and accounts, how to use them, and which ones ar

How to Start Investing – 4 Strategies That Work [Podcast Series]

Subscribe: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts We all want the retirement of our dreams. But starting to invest could be intimidating. If you don’t know how to do it, this small series of three episodes should be your first stop. Today, we begin with 4 Strategies that Wo

What’s the Difference Between Cash Flow and Earnings and How to Use Them in Your Analyses [Podcast]

Subscribe: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts If cash is king, then why the hell do we use earnings per share during quarterly reports? Today, we discuss cash flow versus earnings: what’s their definition, their differences, and how to use them in your stock analyses. L

Investing Only in Canada: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly [Podcast]

Subscribe: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts When the last two crises hit, the Canadian market was less affected than the U.S. one. Canadian companies also tend to offer a higher yield. And, we have the best banks, don’t we? Are these good reasons to invest only in Can

Sell Those Six Stocks Now [Podcast]

Subscribe: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts The most common struggle among investors is to sell losers. So today, we’ll discuss 6 dividend stocks that Mike highly dislikes by going through their business model, and the reasons why you should sell them. Then, we’