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Article Index

Lumber and paper outlook is favourable

The outlook is positive for producers of lumber and improving for paper producers. A drop in supplies amid ongoing demand has raised lumber prices. Rationalization and the development of new   Read More

Oil dividends are riskier

Prices for oil and natural gas are high these days, of course. Just keep in mind that energy markets careen from boom to bust. In the next bust, oil companies   Read More

Portfolio Planning

Some investors think we’re at the beginning of a commodity supercycle that will keep prices elevated for a long period. Others are enthusiastic about the prospects of technology stocks, especially   Read More

Buy this global all-star

We’ve added Montreal-based non-Key stock WSP Global Inc. to our list of 100 Canadian all-star stocks. It replaces MDF Commerce in our portfolio. We view WSP as a buy for   Read More

Wine is back on the menu

Wineries suffered through the pandemic. One hospitality winery is expected to earn more this year. That’s why it remains a buy for a long-term share price recovery and dividends that   Read More

Small-caps include huge winners

But devote only a small part of your portfolio to small-cap stocks. It’s impossible to keep track of a 1,000-stock portfolio.
It stands to reason that huge winners—stocks that go up   Read More

Andrew Peller remains a buy

Consumer goods stock Andrew Peller is expected to earn more this year. It remains a buy for long-term share price recovery and dividends that provide a generous yield.

Grimsby, Ontario-based consumer   Read More

Manulife Financial remains a buy

Manulife Financial is doing a lot of things right. That’s largely why we continue to recommend it as a buy for long-term gains as well as attractive and growing dividends.

One   Read More

Seek stocks that raise their dividends

Growing dividends give you advantages. Continue to seek stocks that regularly raise their dividends. Particularly Key stock ‘dividend aristocrats’ shown below.

At this time of the year, many stocks raise their   Read More

Some oil & gas stocks are doing well

Most oil and gas producers are profiting handsomely from much higher prices. They have the means to raise your dividends, buy back shares and strengthen their balance sheets.

West Texas Intermediate   Read More

Small-caps include huge winners

But devote only a small part of your portfolio to small-cap stocks. It’s impossible to keep track of a 1,000-stock portfolio.
It stands to reason that huge winners—stocks that go up   Read More

Common sense + patience = success

There are countless sophisticated strategies you can use to achieve better investment results. But the best investment strategy is to use plain common sense and patience.

Devising an investment strategy that   Read More

Manulife Financial remains a buy

Manulife Financial is doing a lot of things right. That’s largely why we continue to recommend it as a buy for long-term gains as well as attractive and growing dividends.

One   Read More

Seek stocks that raise their dividends

Growing dividends give you advantages. Continue to seek stocks that regularly raise their dividends. Particularly Key stock ‘dividend aristocrats’ shown below.

At this time of the year, many stocks raise their   Read More

Best investment strategy: common sense

There are countless sophisticated investment strategies to try to better your investment results. But experience shows that your best investment strategy is to use plain common sense.
Devising an investment strategy   Read More

Transiting in opposite directions

Mullen Group’s investment quality is growing. Transat A.T.’s investment quality is declining. These two transportation stocks are going in opposite directions.
Our quality rating system uses a two-stage process to assess   Read More

Some oil & gas stocks are doing well

Most oil and gas producers are profiting handsomely from much higher prices. They have the means to raise your dividends, buy back shares and strengthen their balance sheets.

West Texas Intermediate   Read More

Stocks are safer than warrants

Warrants cost a lot less than the stocks they give you a right to buy—and when stock prices rise, warrant prices often rise faster. But warrants are also far riskier   Read More

Common sense + patience = success

There are countless sophisticated strategies you can use to achieve better investment results. But the best investment strategy is to use plain common sense and patience.

Devising an investment strategy that   Read More