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Money Reporter

The Money Reporter is Canada’s leading personal finance advisory for investors interested in earning more income.

Every two weeks, the Money Reporter updates subscribers on the latest developments in every area of income investment — preferred shares, debentures, bonds, Dividend Re-Investment Plans, the best Canadian stocks for conservative investors and much more.

The Money Reporter is also Canada’s leading source of advice on income trusts. The monthly Income Trust Guide provides in-depth analysis and timely reports with specific buy-sell recommendations.

The Money Reporter is also packed with portfolio planning advice, the best retirement-planning strategies and tax-savings reports. Subscribers always have specific advice they can act on.

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It’s time to put some money offshore

Recent weakness in the Canadian market leads us to recommend Canadian equity funds for new purchases right now. Higher stock valuations in the US have made international equity funds the   Read More

2 blue chip stocks for income investors

Here are two very conservative energy stocks with dividends that should satisfy income-oriented investors.
Canadian Utilities’ (TSX—CU) unregulated businesses weighed on its financial results in the fourth-quarter. But most of the   Read More

How to invest in the money market

Not all money market instruments are substitutes for each other. Below we look at the various securities available for investing your cash in, and identify which ones we have preferences   Read More

What to do about bonds and preferred shares now

Every month the Money Reporter, the newsletter for investors whose interest is more interest, publishes its list of recommended bonds and preferred shares. Maintain short durations for your bond holdings   Read More

2 global income trusts to buy

Here are two limited partnership income trusts that are ‘buys’ for both growth and income. They are both part of the Brookfield Asset Management corporation, a global asset manager with   Read More

Where to invest new money now

Every month the Money Reporter, the newsletter for income-oriented investors, publishes its list of 25 recommended common stocks and 16 recommended mutual equity funds.
What to do about common stocks now
After   Read More

What to do about bonds and preferred shares now

Every month the Money Reporter, the newsletter for investors whose interest is more interest, publishes its list of recommended bonds and preferred shares.
What to do about bonds
Bonds have begun the   Read More

Interest rates continue to move up

The Money Reporter regularly surveys insured deposit-taking institutions so you know where to get the best interest rate on insured deposits all across Canada.
The Bank of Canada started the year   Read More

Combine active and passive investing

In the debate over whether it’s best to invest actively or passively, it’s easy to lose track of the availability of a third option. Combining both investment approaches can be   Read More

Best mutual funds to buy now

Recent weakness in the Canadian market leads us to recommend Canadian equity funds for new purchases right now. Higher stock valuations in the US have made international equity funds the   Read More

How to build a mutual fund portfolio

Whether you invest in equity mutual funds or directly in stocks, you need to diversify your holdings and balance them to suit your own investment circumstances and objectives. Below we   Read More

If you must own a gold stock, make it Agnico

Given its record gold production and strong cash flow generation, gold stock Agnico has increased its production guidance and its dividend. Production is now expected to exceed 1.68 million ounces   Read More

Here’s a mutual fund for income and growth

Scotia Canadian Dividend has been a relatively strong performer compared to its peers in the Canadian dividend and equity-income mutual fund category. It’s a fund that will fit with an   Read More

CIBC p/e lowest of big 5 Canadian bank stocks

Financial stock CIBC’s latest results include those of The PrivateBank, a recent acquisition that diversifies CIBC’s earnings and lessens its dependence on Canada. Its shares are attractive for their above-average   Read More