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Top 20 Dividend Stocks – September 2014

Do you have a stock list? Do you regularly review it? I publish my Top 20 Dividend stocks to highlight what my personal watch list is offering in terms of potential investments. I realized I have not shared it as often as I would like but I am trying to do it every other months to ensure there is enough change. If you want to get access to some quick stock research on a technical front, try one of the services below. It’s free and you get technical trends by email.Stock Trend Analysis Top 50 Trending StocksTop 20 Dividend Stocks – Technical Screening My technical screening system has provided me with some good trends over time. Since the markets continue to fluctuates and move in whatever direction the wind blows, I am pleased to see the bargain stocks move up to the top ...
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Investing Mental Blockers

I was recently reminded how we can have mental blockers about many money related concepts. In many cases, they are based on principals we define for ourselves through experiences. One example I encountered was that a gentleman had decided to never pay for a ferry reservation again on the reasoning that they made enough money already. I found the reasoning a little odd as the reservation can save you a lot of time waiting in a parking lot during busy weekend. As it happens, the person was retired and probably has all the time to wait for the ferry but he decided that he wanted to stick it to the ferry corporation thus creating a mental blocker. Another example relates to choosing to put your bonus in your RRSP. The reasoning I often hear is this: “I don’t want to pay tax so I put ...

2 Overlooked Canadian Dividend Aristocrats

On the stock market, there are companies that are more known than others and some that are more popular than others. Those companies are often easy to talk about and looked into since many people are aware of them. On the flip side of the coin, there are companies that fly under the radar most of the time and they are worth looking into for your portfolio. In fact, you should have many of those in your watch list. There are two companies I have been watching for a while now and I consider them both worthy. The two dividend aristocrat companies I have identified are:Saputo (SAP.TO Trend) Metro (MRU.TO Trend)I did own Saputo prior to the market correction of late 2008 but sold after they split their stock and before becoming a dividend investor. Related: 2014 Canadian Dividend Aristocrats Saputo ...
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