Canadian Stocks

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

2 dividend ETFs to buy

Dividend ETFs generate current income and they also offer tax advantages that may make them better than bonds or GICs.
When a fund invests for dividend income it usually sticks with   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 REITs to buy

Despite the recent strength in real estate investment trusts, they still offer a compelling opportunity.
Real estate investment trusts, or REITs, have been market leaders this year. And they may continue   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

4 REITs to buy

Despite the recent strength in real estate investment trusts, they still offer a compelling opportunity.
Real estate investment trusts, or REITs, have been market leaders this year. And they may continue   Read More

Know your risk profile

Ordinary investors need to know that these are not ordinary times. It’s time to review your risk tolerance. Ken Norquay asks: Are you satisfied with the profits you have just   Read More

How to undo a tangled web

Financial trends illustrate the forces at work in the economic world. Behavioural finance analyst Ken Norquay wonders how this tangled web will unwind.
“It’s like déjà vu all over again,” baseball’s   Read More

3 technology stocks to buy

Margaret Samuel picks three technology stocks to buy in a robotics industry that’s expected to grow by about 11 per cent per year between 2018 and 2026.

Robotics is the analysis,   Read More

4 REITs to buy

Despite the recent strength in real estate investment trusts, they still offer a compelling opportunity.
Real estate investment trusts, or REITs, have been market leaders this year. And they may continue   Read More

3 REITs to buy

Here are three REITs featured in a recent Investor’s Digest of Canada survey of 51 Income Trusts covered by leading analysts across Canada.

Managing challenges while awaiting direction
Business in Cominar REIT’s   Read More

Where to put new money now

Add to equity markets in Canada, Europe, the UK and Japan. Go easy on investing in US stocks.

The economic recovery continues to be propelled by monetary and fiscal stimuli, the   Read More

Know your risk profile

Ordinary investors need to know that these are not ordinary times. It’s time to review your risk tolerance. Ken Norquay asks: Are you satisfied with the profits you have just   Read More

2 REITs for growth and income

Here are two REITs to buy. One is focused on residential properties; the other has a portfolio of office, retail, industrial and residential properties.

CAP REIT (TSX—CAR.UN)
Despite the impact of the   Read More

Bank on your bank stocks

Trading to profit from anticipated declines in stock prices seldom works. In the case of the bank stocks, forget it.

The banks all reported strong results in the fiscal second quarter   Read More

3 REITs to buy

Here are three REITs featured in a recent Investor’s Digest of Canada survey of 51 Income Trusts covered by leading analysts across Canada.

Managing challenges while awaiting direction
Business in Cominar REIT’s   Read More

Where to put new money now

Add to equity markets in Canada, Europe, the UK and Japan. Go easy on investing in US stocks.

The economic recovery continues to be propelled by monetary and fiscal stimuli, the   Read More

2 REITs for growth and income

Here are two REITs to buy. One is focused on residential properties; the other has a portfolio of office, retail, industrial and residential properties.

CAP REIT (TSX—CAR.UN)
Despite the impact of the   Read More

Bank on your bank stocks

Trading to profit from anticipated declines in stock prices seldom works. In the case of the bank stocks, forget it.

The banks all reported strong results in the fiscal second quarter   Read More