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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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3 technology stocks to buy

In a round-up of ‘street’ reviews of technology stocks, The MoneyLetter recently featured sellers of enterprise content management, supply chain management and business solutions.
Open Text Corp. (TSX—OTEX; NASDAQ—OTEX)
CIBC World Markets   Read More

Sell your long-term financial stocks

So says behavioural finance analyst Ken Norquay. “I recommend selling your long-term financial stocks before the next stock-market down wave begins.”
In past articles, I have referred to certain investing techniques   Read More

3 junior healthcare stocks to buy

Mackie Research analysts Andre Uddin and Yue “Toby” Ma recently reviewed three junior healthcare stocks that they rate as ‘speculative buys’.
Appili Therapeutics Inc. (TSX—APLI)
Founded to advance the global fight against   Read More

4 dividend-paying technology stocks to buy

Portfolio manager Margaret Samuel of Toronto-based Enriched Investing™ goes “fishing at high tide” for dividend-paying technology stocks.

Technology is a very loved sector. Generally I like to look for unloved stocks   Read More

Sell your long-term financial stocks

So says behavioural finance analyst Ken Norquay. “I recommend selling your long-term financial stocks before the next stock-market down wave begins.”
In past articles, I have referred to certain investing techniques   Read More

Smart money vs dumb money

Keith Richards of ValueTrend Wealth Management sees an opportunity to make money when money rotates out of overvalued theme-stocks into overlooked sectors and stocks.
Normally, one or two news headlines dominate   Read More

Conservative investing during chaos

Behavioural finance analyst Ken Norquay says it is clear that the economic world is in chaos. Conservative investors should be much more cautious than usual.

In today’s world of fake news   Read More

Applying the Elliott Wave Theory

ValueTrend’s Keith Richards thinks the odds for a second market pullback outweigh the odds for a return to the bull market just yet. “Wrong or right,” he says, “I have   Read More

Smart money vs dumb money

Keith Richards of ValueTrend Wealth Management sees an opportunity to make money when money rotates out of overvalued theme-stocks into overlooked sectors and stocks.
Normally, one or two news headlines dominate   Read More

Long-term bear markets have begun

Central banks and governments are stimulating economies for a reason. Whatever the reason, behavioural finance analyst Ken Norquay says, you too should defend your portfolio.

In our last article, we promised   Read More

Applying the Elliott Wave Theory

ValueTrend’s Keith Richards thinks the odds for a second market pullback outweigh the odds for a return to the bull market just yet. “Wrong or right,” he says, “I have   Read More

Conservative investing during chaos

Behavioural finance analyst Ken Norquay says it is clear that the economic world is in chaos. Conservative investors should be much more cautious than usual.

In today’s world of fake news   Read More

Kinaxis is the tech stock to buy

A recent review of three security analysts’ reports on Canadian technology stocks highlighted only one ‘buy’ and two ‘holds’.

Overall, technology stock Kinaxis Inc. (TSX—KXS) is now reaping the rewards that   Read More

Will Covid-19 precipitate a bear market?

Behavioural finance analyst Ken Norquay says buying energy stocks after the next bear market ends will be like buying the Dow Jones Industrials in mid-1932.

Modern journalism is characterized by repetition.   Read More

When will we be able to ‘buy low’?

Behavioural finance analyst Ken Norquay says buying energy stocks after the next bear market ends will be like buying the Dow Jones Industrials in mid-1932.

Modern journalism is characterized by repetition.   Read More

3 tech stocks: only one is a ‘buy’

A recent review of three security analysts’ reports on Canadian technology stocks highlighted only one ‘buy’ and two ‘holds’.

Overall, technology stock Kinaxis Inc. (TSX—KXS) is now reaping the rewards that   Read More

Buy PepsiCo for growth and income

PepsiCo trades at a high multiple of its earnings, but that multiple is in line with other large competitors. It’s a dividend aristocrat with 47 years of consecutive increases.

One of   Read More

Practising risk control in a runaway market

ValueTrend’s Keith Richards says: “We’re long the markets. But we’re holding our noses while doing so, and keeping a sharp eye on the potential for any negative developments.”
At ValueTrend we   Read More