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.
Canada’s employment growth trounced the consensus forecast, but the underlying data show an economy that’s still trying to find its footing.
The mere possibility of a rate cut may be sufficient to undermine the country’s currency and, therefore, boost export activity.
Until there’s a rise in export activity, Canada’s economy will continue to depend on consumer spending.
The best Canadian dividend stocks boast higher yields than the misers on the Dow, and they’re underpinned by the country’s steady economy.
Though economists are increasingly worried about a hard landing for Canada’s real estate market, the country’s influx of immigrants could help cushion prices.
While energy prices can be volatile, that's been more than offset by rising production from the country's oil sands.
A détente between two provincial governments has removed a major political hurdle for the company’s pipeline project.
The country’s GDP grew at a stronger-than-expected pace in August thanks in part to record-high oil and gas production.
The central bank may have lowered its economic forecasts and removed its tightening bias, but 2015 remains the key year for the country’s economy.
Though Canadian businesses are understandably gloomy about the present environment, they're surprisingly optimistic about the coming year.