Stocks

Canadian investor looking at MoneySense's best dividend stocks

Stocks

Canadian Dividend All-Stars 2024: Past performance

Last year’s dividend stock picks did fairly well, despite competition from other investments, and the B-Team managed to outperform...

Canadian Dividend All-Stars 2024: Past performance
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Investing

Making sense of the markets this week: January 21, 2024

What’s going on with crypto (thanks, U.S. markets), American bank earnings reports, Delta’s earnings flying high (or not), and...

Making sense of the markets this week: January 21, 2024
A man holding a pie chart: showing how assets are allocated in a portfolio as we cover the asset winners of 2023.

Investing

Making sense of the markets this week: January 14, 2024

What asset classes did best last year? Short sellers lose their shirts, Canadian housing market refuses to go down,...

Making sense of the markets this week: January 14, 2024
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ETFs

ETFs and RESPs: It’s always a good time to invest in education

ETFs and RESPs: It’s always a good time to invest in education

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Making sense of the markets this week: January 7, 2024

Kyle’s predictions for 2024: TSX will thrash S&P 500, Biden will win (barely), inflation will fall, Canadian economic growth...

Making sense of the markets this week: January 7, 2024
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What should Canadian investors do: Sell or hold with preferred share losses?

When taking a big loss on preferred shares, a MoneySense reader asks if he should hold or sell now.

What should Canadian investors do: Sell or hold with preferred share losses?
2023 and a graduation cap, as we look back on 2023 and grade the predictions

Investing

Making sense of the markets this week: December 24, 2023

Interest rates, stock market predictions, supply chain issues—what this column got right and wrong in 2023.

Making sense of the markets this week: December 24, 2023

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U.S. withholding tax in an RRSP for Canadians

For Canadians who have withholding tax on U.S. income in an RRSP, sometimes this tax can be avoided.

U.S. withholding tax in an RRSP for Canadians

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MoneyFlex

The best way to save for retirement in your 20s

Financial experts often tell young people to start investing early to benefit from compound growth. But what if you...

The best way to save for retirement in your 20s

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