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Daniel Da Costa

Daniel's passion has always been investing. He has been investing since high school and has continued his journey into the financial field by completing an economics degree and gaining a solid background in accounting.

1 Warren Buffett Quote to Sum Up TSX Stocks Today

The uncertainty in markets has never been higher, but Warren Buffett's perfect quote can help you to understand what's going on with TSX stocks... More »

2 TSX Stocks To Buy Amid the Uncertainty

When it comes to deciding which TSX stocks to buy, the uncertainty is not making it easy, but these two stocks are a must-buy... More »

Buy TSX Stocks Like BCE (TSX:BCE), but Avoid This Major Mistake

Buying top TSX stocks like BCE Inc (TSX:BCE) in this environment is prudent; however, investors should be cognizant not to make this major mistake. More »

Market Crash 2020: 2 Top TSX REITS

These two TSX REITs have been overlooked by investors and now present significant opportunities for long-term value investors. More »

Real Estate Stocks: 2 Top Long-Term TSX Picks

Real estate is one of the best industries you can own businesses in ahead of a recession and these two top stocks are the... More »

Market Crash: 2 TSX Stocks I’ve Doubled Down On

A stock market crash can bring a lot of quality opportunities for long-term investors who have the cash to invest, such as these two... More »

TSX ETFs: 2 Top Investments to Buy Today

Canadians who want to invest in the market but aren't sure what to buy should consider these two top TSX ETFs, which are perfect... More »

2 TSX Stocks That Are Still Undervalued

While most TSX stocks remain off their highs, a lot of companies have begun to recover. However, these two stocks still provide major upside... More »

2 TSX Stocks With a P/E Under 5

There are a number of high-quality deals for long-term investors on the TSX, but these two stocks are among the cheapest in Canada. More »

Recession Stocks: Should You Buy Fortis (TSX:FTS)?

Investors who are worried about the potential for a recession should consider buying Fortis (TSX:FTS) or this other top defensive TSX stock. More »