Canadian Income Trusts
Canadian income stocks have a consistent track record of producing high yields with safety and reliability. While US investors have become accustomed to 1-3% yields, most proactive income investors will tell you that Canada is a premier destination to spot reliable dividends yielding 6-12% or more.
Canada has benefited from a stable banking system, wealth of natural resources, and growing consumer market, creating a multidimensional bull market for informed investors at home and abroad. To uncover opportunities for investing in Canadian income stocks, check out the Investing Daily archive below. Here you will find the latest news and trends affecting Canadian investments, as well as our top picks in Canadian income stocks to consider for your portfolio, including high-yield REITs, oil & gas companies, and former energy and income royalty trusts after the 2011 conversion.
Canadian wholesale trade blew past expectations for May, which could presage a stronger-than-expected performance for the economy as a whole.
Mexico needs Canadian firms to help the country undertake sweeping energy reforms.
After April’s swoon, the country’s export activity rebounded sharply in May, and the trade deficit narrowed dramatically.
The beleaguered sector continues to rebound from depressed levels.
The country’s debt-burdened consumers have proved surprisingly resilient when it comes to retail sales.
The seemingly endless approval process for the company’s Northern Gateway pipeline continues.
The legendary investor already made two significant moves into the country’s energy sector over the past year and could be poised to invest even more.
Though there are numerous challenges facing the country’s nascent LNG industry, Canada still boasts key advantages over global competitors.
Though still at an embryonic stage, the industry group hopes to speed the approval process, while avoiding duplicate efforts.
Although China’s deal with Russia includes some staggering numbers, the Middle Kingdom’s insatiable energy demand means that Canada’s prospective LNG exporters still have a place at the table.