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Get US Dividends From Canadian Stocks

Getting US dividends from Canadian stocks is a lot simpler than you may think even if you feel the US dollar is expensive. The strategy is simple with the right discount broker. Why Get US Dividends from Canadian Stocks? As … Read more

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The benefits of Cross-Listed Stocks

As a Canadian, in order to build up US funds, I have held cross-listed Canadian companies on the US stock exchange to earn dividends in US dollars. When the currency exchange is not on par, that’s one way to generate … Read more

Better Railway Stock: CNR or CP

For Canadians, there is only two options to invest in the railway oligopoly and it’s either Canadian Pacific or Canadian National Railway. They not only cover Canada from coast to coast but they also cover part of the US. To … Read more

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Good Opportunity To Initiate a Position in CNR

Canadian National Railway is a leading transportation and logistics company in North America owning the only transcontinental railway line in the nation. It is a fully integrated rail and transportation services company, providing intermodal, trucking, freight forwarding, warehousing and distribution … Read more

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Strong Fundamentals with CP

Canadian Pacific Railway is a leading Canadian transportation company that moves goods and commodities from Montreal to Vancouver in Canada and in the U.S. Midwest and Northeast regions. The company has easy access to international markets with its large 13,000 … Read more

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Top 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

CNR - Canadian National Railway

Best Railway Stocks – 6 Major Railway Companies

The railway system is the backbone of transportation across North America and it’s an oligopoly. It’s doubtful new competitors will surface. From a business perspective, the railway companies control the flow of basic materials and other goods which often dictates … Read more