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The Investment Reporter

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Article Index

Diversify your portfolio by country and industry

American Depositary Receipts, or ADRs, give you benefits. One is diversification. It’s tempting to call ADRs American ‘Diversification’ Receipts. They give you industries that Canada lacks or has in short   Read More

Gold is a terrible long-term investment

It’s said that gold comes out of dark underground mines only to disappear into dark bank vaults. When we publish our gold stock survey, we do outline the yellow metal’s   Read More

Benjamin Graham and fundamental security analysis

Benjamin Graham was the father of fundamental security analysis. His value-based stock-picking method has strong points—and weak points.
Benjamin Graham believes defensive investors should stick with large, prominent companies that are   Read More

Buy Metro; hold or sell Jean Coutu Group

Blue-chip consumer goods stock Metro Inc. has agreed to acquire drugstore chain Jean Coutu Group. We think that Metro will profit from this transaction. It remains a buy. Coutu’s shares   Read More

A Bombardier manufacturing stock to buy

BRP Inc. was founded in 1942 as L’Auto-Neige Bombardier Limitée (Bombardier Snow Car Limited) by Joseph-Armand Bombardier. It was spun off by Bombardier in 2003. Canada has fairly few large   Read More

3 tech stocks that will grow in 2018

At this time of the year, the forward-looking stock market is more and more using outlooks for 2018 to set stock prices. Before you sell a stock that looks over   Read More

How to balance your portfolio

Four times a year The Investment Reporter reviews its outlook for the economy’s five main sectors—financial, utilities, manufacturing, consumer and resources. Its guiding rule is that investors keep at least   Read More

Growth stock goeasy looks like a bargain

Key stock goeasy’s earnings are growing fast as it expands across Canada. Especially since it buys back its shares. The company has raised its dividend for three years in a   Read More

Buy consumer goods stock Canada Goose

Consumer goods stock Canada Goose Holdings is a buy for long-term share price gains. But only if you need no dividends and you can accept buying stock in a company   Read More

Dividend aristocrat is costly but rewarding

US consumer goods stock Procter & Gamble rewards its shareholders with dividend increases and share buybacks. Its solid balance sheet and high cash flow will let it continue to reward   Read More