growth and income investing

There can be a number of reasons for an investor to sell a stock. To determine when you should sell a stock, investors should review what the original goal was of buying each individual stock. Here are some illustrative examples. Is it a speculative play? I bought Katanga Mining Ltd.Continue Reading

Stock Market Uncertainty

It’s been nearly a decade since I started speaking to fund managers on a regular basis. While each conversation is about something different—a sector to invest in, a stock to explore, an economic issue to pay attention to—one comment has come up time and time again: “Markets hate uncertainty.” It’sContinue Reading

Secure retirement

RRSP is a long considered a cherished stable to a happy retirement, but is it really the only option? This article explores other options for those feeling concerned that they might be too late or too old because they haven’t started a registered retirement account yet.Continue Reading

Money in Marriage

When the dust settles after the ceremony, reception and second helpings of tiered wedding cakes, newly married couples in Canada must decide whether to join their banking. Technically speaking, so long as the couple works together to achieve their goals as a team, they can do joint or separate banking.Continue Reading

Grow your TFSA

f you’re relatively new to investing stocks, you’re probably still exploring the many different strategies out there. No matter which strategies you choose, there are two ways to make money: getting income or selling for a gain. New investors tend to be mesmerized by the ups and downs of stockContinue Reading

Stock Market Growth During a Decline

October has seen a pullback in the stock market with TSX, S&P, and the other major indices seeing a decline. Although many had predicted this reversal of gains during this period, it certainly doesn’t mean you should be weathering it out on the sidelines. Here is a list of my 5 favourite currently underpriced stocks worth adding into your portfolio.Continue Reading