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The MoneyLetter is widely recognized as one of Canada’s premier financial advisories. Twice a month, investors across the country, whatever their level of experience, profit from its far-reaching coverage.

The MoneyLetter features the expertise of a high-powered team of contributors from many areas of investing. They share with their readers an “insider’s” knowledge of the market — the knowledge that has made them wealthy. The MoneyLetter’s expert columnists cover the full spectrum of investments available to Canadians — Canadian and foreign equities, exchange-traded funds, income trusts and much more.

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Buy this blue chip oil and gas stock

To paraphrase its own popular 1960s slogan, Imperial Oil needs to put a tiger back in its own tank. Planned and unplanned outages resulted in a second-quarter loss. But this   Read More

Is this long-term bull market ending?

The MoneyLetter columnist Ken Norquay creates a long-term investment strategy based on his study of behavioural finance and its effect on the stock markets. He says if the S&P 500   Read More

3 value-priced global financial stocks to buy

While the latest pullback in the technology sector might represent a decent buying opportunity, MoneyLetter columnist John Stephenson believes that 2017’s second half strategy is to favor value stocks over   Read More

Income trust generates power and income

Brookfield Renewable Partners LP is a renewable power generating company. Its portfolio of renewable electric power generating facilities is spread across North America, Latin America and Europe.
Brookfield Renewable Partners   Read More

What’s the market outlook for the CAD?

ValueTrend portfolio manager Keith Richards doesn’t think the Canadian dollar will rise beyond the $0.79 to $0.80 US dollar range. And, says Keith: “I’m putting my money where my mouth   Read More

2 blue chip utility stocks to buy

Here are two blue chip utility stocks to buy for continued growth and dividends. Canadian Utilities is engaged in the transmission & distribution of electricity and natural gas. Fortis Inc.   Read More

How would you invest with a fresh start?

Would starting all over again from scratch make you a better investor? For behavioural finance analyst Ken Norquay, a friend’s sudden and total move across the country caused him to   Read More

3 precious metals penny mines to buy

A recent MoneyLetter survey of published securities analysts’ reports on junior mining stocks found three precious metals penny mining stocks with interesting gold and silver prospects.
SilverCrest Metals Inc. (TSXV—SIL) has   Read More

2 technology stocks to buy

The MoneyLetter recently surveyed a number of published securities analysts’ reports on technology stocks. It found a Toronto-based aerospace and defence technology stock and an Ottawa-based developer of software solutions   Read More

Tech stocks just keep getting stronger

Five big tech stocks have accounted for 41 per cent of the S&P 500’s market capitalization advance of this year. Portfolio manager John Stephenson picks two of them, plus a   Read More

Watch sector rotation when portfolio planning

Hero today, Zero tomorrow. That’s how ValueTrend portfolio manager Keith Richards reminds himself that sector rotation is becoming faster and more pronounced of late. So who’s hot, and who’s not?   Read More

Big 6 Canadian bank stocks downgraded

Moody’s has downgraded the big six Canadian banks. But, much like when a tree falls in the forest, did anyone hear it? Professional money managers, who talk like bulls and   Read More

2 clean energy dividend stocks to buy

Here are two renewable energy producers of clean and green electric power. Both offer attractive dividends in addition to the attractiveness of their natural gas and renewable power sources of   Read More

European stocks are rising: 3 to buy now

Writing in The MoneyLetter between the first round and final run-off French elections, portfolio manager John Stephenson admires the strong economic recovery underway in Europe. He picks two financial stocks   Read More