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Intertape Polymer: a dividend growth stock

We regularly review Intertape Polymer Group. This dividend aristocrat plans to grow quickly over the next five to seven years. The stock remains a buy for further long-term share price   Read More

Buy IBM for high and growing dividends

U.S. global blue chip tech stock IBM is growing its profits in newer businesses to offset declining profits in older businesses. Its earnings per share are expected to grow next   Read More

Buying tuna in a bear market

Too many investors, when faced with a market correction (a drop of at least 10 per cent) or a bear market (a drop of 20 per cent or more), get   Read More

Does 1 + 1 = 1.5 or 3?

Conglomerate sector stocks are generally out of favor and trade at discounts to the value of their underlying businesses. Companies that focus on one industry are generally in favor. But   Read More

8 reasons to buy consumer goods stock Hardwoods

Key stock Hardwoods Distribution is acquiring Rugby Architectural Building Products, which operates across the U.S. Hardwoods expects the acquisition to add to its earnings per share and cash flow. It   Read More

The price of oil faces an uphill battle

The price of oil has recovered somewhat, partly due to more demand. This has raised the prices of producers. But higher oil prices lead to more production causing oil prices   Read More