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14 investment mistakes to avoid

Many investors repeat the same mistakes. Self-awareness may help you recognize them in your own investing and make a conscious effort to avoid them. Or else you may have to   Read More

Buy Amazon.com while it’s down

Amazon.com’s shares have pulled back much more than the market has over the past month or so. But aggressive investors who can tolerate stocks with above-average volatility may find the   Read More

Food stocks have positive attributes

Four Key food stocks that we regularly review include High Liner Foods, Loblaw Companies, Metro Inc. and Saputo Inc. The stocks are generally defensive in nature. That’s thanks to six   Read More

Aim to maximize your RRSP and TFSA

It’s best to contribute as much as you can to both your RRSP and your TFSA. But that’s hard to do. The Investment Reporter outlines two strategies to assist you   Read More

The big five banks keep getting bigger

The big five Canadian banks are expected to earn more this year and next. They remain dividend aristocrats as they continue to raise their generous dividends. Despite getting better, the   Read More

A blue-chip, multi-sector stock to buy

Open Text has improved the quality of its revenues by increasing the amount of recurring revenues it earns. Higher-quality revenues should help it to continue to deliver the cash flows   Read More

Low-cost stocks keep on winning

The ‘Dogs of the Dow’ strategy involves the 10 stocks of the Dow Jones Industrial Average with the lowest price-to-earnings ratios. These low-cost stocks subsequently beat both the overall Dow   Read More

The big five banks keep getting bigger

The big five Canadian banks are expected to earn more this year and next. They remain dividend aristocrats as they continue to raise their generous dividends. Despite getting better, the   Read More

How to reduce your portfolio risk

Everyone knows that successful investing entails taking calculated risks. The trick is to minimize those risks while maximizing your potential profits. You can do this better if you understand the   Read More

14 investment mistakes to avoid

Many investors repeat the same mistakes. Self-awareness may help you recognize them in your own investing and make a conscious effort to avoid them. Or else you may have to   Read More

Manufacturing stock does a flypast

Bombardier Inc. beat analysts’ expectations on a number of fronts in its second quarter. It bodes well for this manufacturing stock as its turns from heavy investments to ramping up   Read More

A kiss seldom turns toads into princes

Experience has taught us, and billionaire Warren Buffett, that acquisitions can end badly. But a company can improve its chance of success by making acquisitions within its industry.
Mr. Warren Buffett,   Read More

3 lagging utility stocks to buy

One way to maintain a balanced portfolio is to own a mix of stocks that both lead and lag the market. We have identified three blue chip stocks in the   Read More

Tailwinds, headwinds buffeting stock markets

There are tailwinds benefiting and headwinds hindering stock markets. It’s difficult to know whether the tailwinds or the headwinds will prevail. Even if you’re pessimistic, keep your high-quality stocks, but   Read More

High fives for the big five banks

The big five banks reported their results for the second quarter of fiscal 2018. They remain buys for further long-term share price gains as well as attractive and growing dividends.   Read More