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The Investment Reporter

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Article Index

How to balance your portfolio

When you buy stocks in sectors and sub-sectors of the market, keep your portfolio balance goals in mind. If you’re a conservative, income-seeking investor, focus on utilities, financial and consumer   Read More

Oil stocks and the loonie should rise

Saudi Arabia and Russia, among others, plan to limit their production until at least March, 2018. This has raised oil prices and the loonie. It should increase the profits of   Read More

A growth stock for aggressive investors

Savaria Corp.’s earnings are growing fast. And this manufacturing stock’s earnings are expected to keep rising quickly for years to come as an aging population needs more accessibility equipment. Aggressive   Read More

The market’s getting even with this gold stock

The world’s largest gold mining company, Barrick Gold, earned much less than expected in the first quarter. That largely reflected less-than-expected gold production and higher-than-expected all-in sustaining costs. The company   Read More

Forestry stocks face challenges in 2017

The U.S. has slapped duties on lumber imports from Canada—yet again. These duties average almost 20 per cent. Worse, the duties apply retroactively from January 28 to April 27. This   Read More

Diversify against your home and your job

Your home is likely your biggest investment. And your job is likely your biggest source of income. As a result, you should build an investment portfolio that hedges against the   Read More

Sell this electric utility stock

We have four reasons to rate Atlantic Power Corp. a ‘sell’. You should move your cash into one of the five blue chip electric utility stocks that we rate as   Read More

Invest in stages—and set limits

We’ve always held a high opinion of dollar-cost averaging. That’s because we’ve often seen this investment strategy richly reward those who follow it.
To dollar-cost average, of course, you invest equal   Read More

4 best oil and gas stocks to buy now

The Investment Reporter recently analyzed 24 oil and gas stocks that are all ‘buys’ or ‘holds’. Of those, it selected only four that it rates as current ‘best buys’. They   Read More

How inflation will affect your stocks and bonds

We believe that the rate of inflation will quicken. This would drive up interest rates. Higher interest rates hurt bonds. Consider investing in shorter-term interest-producing investments. Or buy stocks. Inflation   Read More

Tired of climbing the wall of worry?

American and Canadian stock markets face some risks. We advise you to continue to gradually invest in high-quality stocks, but if you’re fearful about a stock market setback, then conserve   Read More

8 auto parts stocks to buy; 2 to sell

Here are eight auto parts stocks that are ‘buys’ for capital gains potential over the next few years. But we also name two auto parts stocks you should sell—despite what   Read More