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The Investment Reporter

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Article Index

Things go better for Coke

Coca-Cola is expected to earn more in 2019. It’s making investments outside its declining soft drink business that should pay off for years. Buy for gains and dividends.
We regularly review   Read More

Recognize good and bad investing habits

Investors gain an appreciation of risk and diversification in terrible markets like the end of 2018. But markets like the first half of this year can undermine those hard-won lessons.
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Preparing your portfolio for retirement

Some investors get an urge to take one last speculative fling before they retire. For most of us, it’s better to plan a transitional portfolio.
Changing a portfolio to suit new   Read More

Rebalancing reduces ‘portfolio drift’

Rebalancing your portfolio to your long-term asset allocation targets can protect you from harmful portfolio drift.
Contrarian investors look at what the crowd is doing and act differently, provided that it   Read More

Preparing your portfolio for retirement

Some investors get an urge to take one last speculative fling before they retire. For most of us, it’s better to plan a transitional portfolio.
Changing a portfolio to suit new   Read More

Sell beverage stock Big Rock Brewery

We’ve downgraded Big Rock Brewery to a sell. It pays no dividends, is likely to lose money this year, carries too much debt and is forced to restructure. Sell.
We regularly   Read More

Things go better for Coke

Coca-Cola is expected to earn more in 2019. It’s making investments outside its declining soft drink business that should pay off for years. Buy for gains and dividends.
We regularly review   Read More

Rebalancing reduces ‘portfolio drift’

Rebalancing your portfolio to your long-term asset allocation targets can protect you from harmful portfolio drift.
Contrarian investors look at what the crowd is doing and act differently, provided that it   Read More

A manufacturing stock for gains and dividends

Badger Daylighting is a buy for long-term capital gains and modest, growing dividends.
We’ve added Calgary-based engineering and construction stock Badger Daylighting (TSX—BAD) to The Back Page coverage of industrial stocks.   Read More

Hold this consumer goods stock for now

Saputo’s shares are high. They now have downwards price momentum. That’s why Saputo remains a hold for now, even though it raises its dividend each year.
We downgraded packaged food manufacturing   Read More

12 wealth-building benefits of DRIPs

DRIPs (Dividend Re-Investment Plans) and cash option plans let individual investors build their wealth. That’s thanks to these dozen advantages.
Your stack of cash will grow more   Read More

11 stocks to buy for rising dividends

Growing dividends give you advantages. Continue to seek stocks that regularly raise their dividends. Particularly the nine ‘dividend aristocrats’ shown below.
Growing dividends lead to capital gains   Read More

Stock traders seek profit the hard way

Even the most conservative investor has to own up to some grudging admiration for the successful stock trader. That’s because conservative investors recognize the difficulties that traders face. Before you   Read More