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Top 5 Canadian Stocks To Buy Right Now

If you were looking for the market to find a direction today, well, keep on waiting.


The S&P 500 finished little changed at 2,050.63, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.1% to 17,660.71. The Nasdaq Composite dipped 0.2% to 4,717.09.

Guild Investment Management’s Monty Guild and team expect a spring pull back to be followed by a summer bounce:


Microsoft, Cisco Sink the DJIA on Tuesday

June 27, 2017: Markets opened lower Tuesday with tech stocks weaker on news of the $2.7 billion fine the European Union hit Google with. The consumer confidence index rose a full point, better than an expected slight drop and retail gas prices for the coming holiday weekend are expected to be the lowest in a dozen years. WTI crude oil for August delivery settled at $44.24 a barrel, up 2% on....More>>>

The 10 Safest Blue-Chip Dividends on Wall Street

Investors have plenty to be concerned about these days. Global stocks around the world have surged in 2017, sending frothy valuations even higher. The Federal Reserve is raising interest rates, and several central banks around the world have signaled expectations for tightening monetary policy going forward.

Source: Steve Buissinne via Stock Snap

With yields remaining near record....More>>>

Cisco, Boeing Lift DJIA on Monday

May 22, 2017: Markets opened higher Monday and although the ride has been a little bumpy, equities have remained around a narrow band near the indexes’ daily highs. Among the sectors, only energy is trading in the red as we approach the closing bell. Best performing sectors were utilities, consumer staples, and industrials. WTI crude oil for June delivery settled at $50.73 a barrel, up....More>>>

Top Dividend Stocks For 2017

2016 was an unusual year. The Cubs won the World Series, Leicester City F.C. won the English Premiership and Ryan Lochte vandalized a gas station bathroom.

In the investment world, one of the things that made the strongest impression on us was investor behavior. Investors seem scattered, going after every shiny object rather than heading in a purposeful direction. All the craze and uncertainty....More>>>

Top 10 Canadian Stocks To Watch For 2017

Gold backed off on Wednesday, as traders and investors opted for individual company equities. However, fundamental and technical data still suggests gold’s in for much higher levels ahead. With Trump’s ongoing reflationary theme, commodities in general have continued to trade higher, albeit not without some volatility along the way, but gold’s been one of the bigger benefactors....More>>>

Top Canadian Stocks To Own Right Now

Mention the word uranium and most likely weapons of mass destruction come to mind. While you can make plenty of jokes about investment returns in the event of nuclear war, choosing to diversify your portfolio with uranium mining stocks is certainly worth a closer look.

Azincourt Uranium Inc. (OTCBB: AZURF) (TSX: AAZ.V) the Canadian based resource company specializing....More>>>

Top 10 Dividend Stocks To Own Right Now

When it comes to todays rock-bottom interest rates, the current mantra on Wall Street is lower for longer. One consequence of the stagnant rate picture is that investors are pouring money into dividend-paying stocks. Consider, for example, Vanguard Dividend Growth (VDIGX), which recently closed to new investors after drawing $3 billion in new money (net of money flowing out of the fund) in the first....More>>>

Top 10 Dividend Stocks To Watch Right Now

Exploiting the famous January effect on Wall Street isnt as easy as it looks.

Im referring to the well-known tendency for stocks of the smallest companiesso-called small capsto significantly outperform large-cap stocks during January. Since 1926, according to data compiled by University of Chicago professor Eugene Fama and Dartmouth professor Kenneth French, small caps in January have beaten....More>>>

Top Dividend Stocks To Watch Right Now

Technology stocks and dividends go together like ice cream and chopped liver, which is to say they don’t, although there are always exceptions.

Source: Wikipedia

This is because technology companies generally focus on growth. The saying in the industry is that if they’re paying you to own their stock then they don’t have anything better to do with the money. Growth is....More>>>