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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 Bank Stocks – September 2021

Canadian investors have one thing in common: Canadian Bank Stocks. If you ask any Canadian dividend investor, you will find at least one bank. For many, it’s a core holding and it’s also what I suggest for a beginner portfolio. … Read more

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Royal Bank

Royal Bank is Canada’s largest bank. It is a diversified financial services company offering personal and commercial banking, wealth management, insurance, investor services, and capital markets products and services.

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2021 Guide to Canadian Dividend ETFs

A dividend ETF tracks an index consisting of dividend paying stocks. Different ETFs apply different dividend strategies. For instance, a few funds select stocks based on their dividend yields, while some select based on market capitalizations or locations. Investors especially … Read more

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51 Dual Listed Stocks – Invest Better

As a Canadian, in order to build up US funds, I have held dual listed stocks 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

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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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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