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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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2 fast-food chains to buy

Both Restaurant Brands International and McDonald’s Corp. are buys for growth and income.

Restaurant Brands International (TSX—QSR; NYSE—QSR)
Things are getting better at consumer stock Restaurant Brands. In its latest quarter, the   Read More

4 technology stocks to buy

Margaret Samuel, president of Toronto-based Enriched Investing, names four technology stocks whose share prices have settled into more comfortable levels.

As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has increased fear around the world,   Read More

2 healthcare stocks to buy

A medical devices and instruments developer and a healthcare provider and services stock were recently profiled in The MoneyLetter.
Profound Medical Corp. (TSX—PRN)
Douglas Loe and Siew Ching Yeo of Leede Jones   Read More

2 financial stocks to buy

Credit services company goeasy Ltd. and insurance company Manulife Financial Corporation are both financial services stocks to buy for capital gains and growing dividends.

goeasy Ltd. (TSX—GSY)
goeasy Ltd.’s earnings are growing   Read More

4 technology stocks to buy

Margaret Samuel, president of Toronto-based Enriched Investing, names four technology stocks whose share prices have settled into more comfortable levels.

As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has increased fear around the world,   Read More

2 fast-food chains to buy

Both Restaurant Brands International and McDonald’s Corp. are buys for growth and income.

Restaurant Brands International (TSX—QSR; NYSE—QSR)
Things are getting better at consumer stock Restaurant Brands. In its latest quarter, the   Read More

Flexibility is your advantage

Ken Norquay notes that small investors can move in and out of markets without disturbing a thing. Large investors can’t. Our plans should take this into account.
Today the press is   Read More

Does modern monetary theory work?

ValueTrend portfolio manager Keith Richards says MMT is like a dessert that you can eat in unlimited quantities, without weight gain or ever tiring of it.
As just another imperfect being,   Read More

2 financial stocks to buy

Credit services company goeasy Ltd. and insurance company Manulife Financial Corporation are both financial services stocks to buy for capital gains and growing dividends.

goeasy Ltd. (TSX—GSY)
goeasy Ltd.’s earnings are growing   Read More

2 fast-food chains to buy

Both Restaurant Brands International and McDonald’s Corp. are buys for growth and income.

Restaurant Brands International (TSX—QSR; NYSE—QSR)
Things are getting better at consumer stock Restaurant Brands. In its latest quarter, the   Read More

Flexibility is your advantage

Ken Norquay notes that small investors can move in and out of markets without disturbing a thing. Large investors can’t. Our plans should take this into account.
Today the press is   Read More

3 stocks for tough times

Inflation and rising interest rates may send investors searching for stocks that can pass on added costs quickly to customers.

While the market has been on a steamy rise upward for   Read More

Does modern monetary theory work?

ValueTrend portfolio manager Keith Richards says MMT is like a dessert that you can eat in unlimited quantities, without weight gain or ever tiring of it.
As just another imperfect being,   Read More

4 tech stocks with disruptive technologies

Margaret Samuel looks at four stocks that employ four disruptive technologies: online learning, 3D printing, cryptocurrency and GPS technology.
As a rule, the word “disruption” has negative connotations. But not all   Read More

3 stocks for tough times

Inflation and rising interest rates may send investors searching for stocks that can pass on added costs quickly to customers.

While the market has been on a steamy rise upward for   Read More

2 oil and gas stocks to buy

Two Canadian oil and gas stocks selected by analysts as ‘buys’ were recently featured in ‘The Oil Patch’ review section of The MoneyLetter.
Gibson Energy Inc. (TSX—GEI)
On December 6, oil and   Read More

Cash is king and debt is death

Behavioural finance analyst Ken Norquay warns: “Stay vigilant. Remember the old stock market slogan: “In a bear market, whoever sells first, wins.”
What financial forces are at work as the year   Read More

4 tech stocks with disruptive technologies

Margaret Samuel looks at four stocks that employ four disruptive technologies: online learning, 3D printing, cryptocurrency and GPS technology.
As a rule, the word “disruption” has negative connotations. But not all   Read More

2 oil and gas stocks to buy; 1 to hold

A recent MoneyLetter review of analyst reports from the energy sector found two oil and gas stocks to buy. But a third stock could only muster a ‘neutral’ rating.

Baytex Energy   Read More

2 consumer goods stocks to buy; 1 to hold

Analysts look to consumer stocks Canadian Tire and Loblaw for growth and some income but Dollarama’s same-store sales miss prompts a more “neutral” recommendation.
Canadian Tire Corporation Limited (TSX—CTC.A)
Greg Hicks, president   Read More