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The Investment Reporter

Canada’s most consistently successful stock market advisory, The Investment Reporter has been steering a steady, profitable course for Canadian investors since 1941. In fact, Hulbert Financial, the leading U.S. financial advisory rating service, has consistently named The Investment Reporter one of the top five advisories in the world over the past 20 years!

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Manufacturing stock is on the mend

NFI Group has a strong outlook. Its share price should recover along with its earnings and cash flow in the months ahead. Meanwhile, it pays an attractive dividend.
We regularly review   Read More

Diversify for portfolio balance

Aim for balance when you diversify your portfolio. Decide how much you should invest in each stock or industry group so that it will have meaningful representation.
Most investors learn the   Read More

This tech stock is a buy for capital gains

CGI Inc. earns more each year. This blue chip Canadian technology stock is reasonably priced. It’s a buy for long-term capital gains, but only if you need no dividends.

We regularly   Read More

Dividend reinvestment is crucial

The reinvestment of dividends is essential to building wealth. Only spend your dividends in retirement.

Investors building their wealth usually depend on stocks. Many studies have shown that stocks outperform bonds   Read More

Diversify for portfolio balance

Aim for balance when you diversify your portfolio. Decide how much you should invest in each stock or industry group so that it will have meaningful representation.
Most investors learn the   Read More

Preferred shares can cost you money

Some income investors are turning to straight preferred shares to increase the cash they earn. But this can cost them money if they ignore the yield-to-call of older preferred shares.
Some   Read More

Manufacturing stock is on the mend

NFI Group has a strong outlook. Its share price should recover along with its earnings and cash flow in the months ahead. Meanwhile, it pays an attractive dividend.
We regularly review   Read More

Small stocks are no better than big stocks

Historically, small stocks beat big stocks. But the better gains of small stocks was due to one unusual nine-year period. Big stocks should keep up with small stocks.

At first glance,   Read More

Here’s our 180-day forecast

Each quarter, we make a 180-day forecast of what we expect the economy and the stock market to do over the next six months.

Here’s our forecast of what we expect   Read More

Dividend reinvestment is crucial

The reinvestment of dividends is essential to building wealth. Only spend your dividends in retirement.

Investors building their wealth usually depend on stocks. Many studies have shown that stocks outperform bonds   Read More

Valuation can matter more than growth

Under-priced slower-growing dividend-paying stocks are often better investments than fast-growing companies. Investors often pay too much for promising growth stocks.
Jeremy Siegel is a finance professor at the Wharton School of   Read More

Diversify for portfolio balance

Aim for balance when you diversify your portfolio. Decide how much you should invest in each stock or industry group so that it will have meaningful representation.
Most investors learn the   Read More

A utilities stock for income and gains

Algonquin Power & Utilities is a buy. It uses its growing earnings to regularly raise its dividends and its ability to provide renewable energy should raise its share price.

Algonquin Power   Read More

Here’s our 180-day forecast

Each quarter, we make a 180-day forecast of what we expect the economy and the stock market to do over the next six months.

Here’s our forecast of what we expect   Read More

Dividend reinvestment is crucial

The reinvestment of dividends is essential to building wealth. Only spend your dividends in retirement.

Investors building their wealth usually depend on stocks. Many studies have shown that stocks outperform bonds   Read More

Valuation can matter more than growth

Under-priced slower-growing dividend-paying stocks are often better investments than fast-growing companies. Investors often pay too much for promising growth stocks.
Jeremy Siegel is a finance professor at the Wharton School of   Read More

Sell Transat A.T. Inc.

The very contagious Delta variant of COVID-19 is expected to reduce the amount of air travel by tourists coming to Canada and Canadians flying abroad—a new blow to airlines.

We regularly   Read More

Dividends beat share price gains

A long-term study found that share price gains accounted for about a third of most investors’ stock returns. Reinvested dividends made the other two-thirds of the returns.

A study found that   Read More

Rebalancing your portfolio

How have stocks and bonds done over the previous six months? If there are disparities in the relative performances of various types of your investments, it’s time to rebalance.

Your asset   Read More

Dividend reinvestment is crucial

The reinvestment of dividends is essential to building wealth. Only spend your dividends in retirement.

Investors building their wealth usually depend on stocks. Many studies have shown that stocks outperform bonds   Read More