When it’s time to leave the working world, have your investment portfolio provide a regular income so you can enjoy a comfortable lifestyle for years to come. That means adding a few good dividend stocks to your portfolio to receive regular cash payments. It doesn’t mean there’s no risk involved, but dividend investors can sleep easier knowing that their stocks are relatively stable.
Our annual Retirement 100 list – Fall 2011 offers insight into Canada’s best income stocks, which we’re proud to say beat the markets’ overall returns since it was started in 2007. In fact, if you had invested in our All-Star stocks four years ago and reinvested the dividends, you would be richer by 39.2% right now.
Read about how well MoneySense‘s Retirement 100 top dividend stocks have done and how MoneySense staff compiled the grades of Canada’s largest dividend stocks.
Learn How to Build the Ultimate Income Portfolio so you will have a growing portfolio and steady stream of income. Consider the pros and cons of preferred shares and whether they’re a good buy for you.
How to use the list
Click on the column name to organize the stocks according to any one of the financial ratios and performance figures. To reverse the order, click the column name again.
Research more about the investment by clicking on the stock or trust name. Download the list into a spreadsheet to be used later. For the full explanation on how to use the list, scroll down to the bottom of the list.