News

Where to put new money now

If you’re following a dollar-cost averaging plan, carry on with it. If you have new money to invest, emphasize conservative funds.

Our current thinking
It could get worse before it gets better.   Read More

This utility is a safe harbour

Against a backdrop of global inflation, higher energy prices, climate change, and complex geopolitical developments stemming from the war in Ukraine, utilities companies play a central role because they create   Read More

Now a Top-40 Canadian Fund

We’ve added Fidelity Greater Canada Fund to our Top-40 list. It replaces CI Canadian Investment Fund, which we discuss.

Fidelity Greater Canada
We’ve removed CI Canadian Investment Fund from our Mutual Fund   Read More

Pepsi keepings popping

PepsiCo’s business momentum continued in its second quarter 2022 as it delivered 13 per cent year-over-year organic revenue growth. This compares to 12.8 per cent growth in last year’s second   Read More

The U.S. dollar is high

The U.S. dollar has risen against other major currencies. In uncertain times, many foreign investors want to hold American dollars. After all, the U.S. remains the world’s largest economy. And   Read More

Profit from going green

Haywood Securities analyst Colin Healey reports Greenlane Renewables Inc. (TSX—GRN) announced its first deployment of development capital to an unnamed project developer focused on dairy cluster renewable natural gas (RNG)   Read More

3 oil and gas stocks to buy

A recent survey of stock analysts’ reports featured three Canadian energy sector stocks, all in the oil and gas industry, to buy.

Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX—SU; NYSE—SU)

As noted in its first-quarter   Read More

Exchange-traded funds add stability

Long-term growth through exchange-traded index funds can stabilize your financial future.

If you’re investing for income, mutual funds may have a special place in your portfolio. We’re talking about the longest-term   Read More

Continue to buy CN and CP

We regularly review transportation stocks. Both of these key railroad stocks are relatively costly. Still, both remain buys for long-term share price gains and growing dividends.

Canadian National Railway (TSX—CN; NYSE—CNI)   Read More