Canadian Stocks

10 Best Canadian Dividend Stocks for June 2021

No hype. No magic. The best stocks to buy right now are outlined below. The best Canadian dividend stocks are always changing from an entry point perspective. We know that the stock market will grow over time, but on any … Read more

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2021 Canadian Dividend Achievers

Dividend Achievers are dividend growth stocks with at least 10 years of dividend growth behind them. It’s the first step in building your master stock list and finding a solid dividend growth stocks. On the US stock market, there are … Read more

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April’s Best 10 Canadian Blue Chip Stocks

Can blue chip stocks be part of your winning investment strategy? A successful long-term approach to investing is to pick winning dividend stocks to hold forever and as you probably know, it’s a lot harder to do for a consistent … Read more

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Alimentation Couche-Tard Profits From Well Executed Acquisitions

Alimentation Couche-Tard is a leading Canadian company operating convenience and fuel retailing stores worldwide. It is the largest convenience store operator in the U.S., by the number of company-operated stores. Alimentation Couche-Tard runs more than 14,200 stores throughout North America … Read more

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[2021 Update] – Canadian Dividend Aristocrats

Looking for the best of the best dividend stocks? The Canadian Dividend Aristocrats list is the perfect place to start. As you start, you can see the list of stocks (Excel export) to learn more about their yield and dividend … Read more

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Best Canadian Grocery Stocks

Food is one thing we all need. It’s one of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and is in fact one of the basic needs we must regularly satisfy. These days, most people get food at the grocery store or the restaurant. … Read more

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Dividend Income – April 2020

It’s quite the stock market we are in … Many stocks have recovered and anxiety has diminished but yet we still have record job losses and companies not wanting to issue forecast. It’s a “Drunk Stock Market”. Valuation is not … Read more