Then and Now – Bank of Nova Scotia

This post is a continuation of my series Then and Now where I revisit some older blogposts and either rip them to shreds (because my thinking has changed) or I’ll confirm my position on some personal finance topics or specific investments. You…
Learning to live with stocks

Bond yields are dirt-low. High interest savings accounts really don’t exist, they are a misnomer. The reality is folks, unless massive changes are coming (which I don’t foresee) low interest rates are here to stay. How on earth are you…
Three top U.S. stocks for income investors

This post was written by Ben Reynolds who runs Sure Dividend.  Sure Dividend uses The 8 Rules of Dividend Investing to help individual investors systematically build their high quality dividend growth portfolio. The Canadian market is home to many high…
Canadian stocks to buy and hold

Let’s face it – stock picking – as those indexers tend to call it can be risky business, risker business than indexing at least.  What I mean is the premise behind index investing is academically sound and has some benefits…