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Canadian Dividend Stocks to Buy and Mostly Forget

There are quite a few dividend payers in Canada, but the ones that provide steady dividend increases and those companies that have been paying dividends for generations is a rather short list.  In that spirit, here are some Canadian stocks most dividend investors could potentially buy and forget* given they’ve paid steady dividends and tend to increase them routinely: Bank of Montreal (BMO) – paid dividends since 1829. Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) – paid dividends since 1832. TD (TD) – paid dividends since 1857. CIBC (CM) – paid dividends ...

Then and Now – TransAlta

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.   My previous post was about Enbridge where this stock has gained over 100%.  Today’s post will be about TransAlta. Then I started writing about TransAlta on this site back in 2010.  I actually purchased some TransAlta stock earlier that year. TransAlta stock was just over $20 when I purchased it. I ...

Then and Now – Enbridge

I’m going to start a new series on my site entitled Then and Now where I revisit some older blogposts and either rip them to shreds (because my thinking has changed since then) or I’ll confirm my position on some personal finance subjects.  I have no idea how often I’ll run these types of posts but I figure it would be something fun to try.  It might be interesting to learn from my past so I can apply those lessons learned for the future. My interest is in the future because I’m going to spend the rest of my life there.  – Charles ...
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So, when are stocks on sale?

The following is a guest post from Rob L., a fan of My Own Advisor living in Munich, Germany. Probably one of the hardest things for an investor to determine is when a stock might be on sale.  Today, I want to share three methods investors could use to help determine that. #1 – Value Investing Best known as “Graham Investing”, you can find out-of-favour stocks (hence undervalued stocks) by looking at such things as P/E ratios and book value.  While you may find bargains eventually, it is hard work and I suspect that most investors don’t ...
Algonquin Power

Algonquin Power – Buy, Sell or Pass?

Recently via the TSI Network, I received some news about Algonquin Power (AQN), a company I’ve considered adding to my portfolio.  Today’s post will provide an overview of this utility company to see if it offers value for dividend-oriented investors. About the company Algonquin Power & Utilities Corporation is a regulated utility company with assets across North America.  From their company website, they invest in hydroelectric, wind and solar power facilities, and have sustainable utility distribution businesses (water, electricity ...

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