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.
Pipeline companies are accustomed to navigating the thicket of regulatory requirements, but now they’re also learning how to win the war of public relations.
Canada’s formerly overheated housing market is cooling at a rapid pace.
Despite the macroeconomic headwinds, Canadian firms' cash flows continue to cover their payouts.
The latest rumor is that the government could bypass current Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney’s second in command in favor of an outsider.
Canada's performance in the aftermath of the Great Recession was certainly impressive relative to most of the rest of the world. But it was not the product of supernatural agency. The Great White North's ability to survive and thrive was based on long-term policy choices.
Gold has many attributes, but among them are not "cash flow," "earnings," "coupon" or "yield."
Since 1790, while the US has experienced 16 "banking crises," our neighbors to the north have suffered a grand total of zero. A recent paper and forthcoming book attempt to explain why.
After being largely shut out of the US market last year due to limited pipeline capacity, Canadian energy producers have shifted to transporting crude by rail.
The Canadian government is well known for its fiscal conservatism, so it shouldn’t be surprising that the country’s private sector also shares this tendency.
The six largest banks in Canada once again posted solid operating and financial results. Dividend increases by four of them indicate management's continuing confidence, even as pundits warn of trouble ahead.