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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 Profit Margins at Record High

But can companies sustain this performance?

Canada’s Next Housing Boom: Rentals

As the country’s real estate bubble matures, apartment landlords are poised to benefit.

Canadian Household Debt Hits a New All-Time High

Canadians are responsibly managing their debt, but for how much longer?

The Bank of Canada Holds Steady

The central bank wants to give January’s surprise rate cut time to work its way through the economy.

Canada’s Big Banks Survive Their Beatdown

Four of the country’s biggest banks managed to deliver upside earnings surprises despite facing challenging operating conditions.

Bank of Canada Poised to Extend Its ‘Insurance Policy’

The central bank seems to be signaling that another rate cut is imminent.

The Dismal Data Are in the Details

Promising headline numbers mask continuing problems for Canada’s employment market.

Canada’s Trade Numbers Show Pockets of Emerging Growth

Although the country's energy sector is still ailing, the lower exchange rate is boosting other sectors of the economy.

The World’s Central Banks Blink

The Bank of Canada is hardly alone in its about-face on monetary policy.

Crude Delivers Another Shock

In a surprise move, the Bank of Canada cut its benchmark overnight rate in response to crude oil’s collapse.

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