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Kay Ng

Kay is a fan of value and dividend investing who has invested for more than 10 years. After graduating from UBC with a BSc in Computer Science, she took university courses in financial markets, finance, and financial accounting. She shares her findings and ideas on Motley Fool, Seeking Alpha, and Sure Dividend.

Make Money: Follow Warren Buffett’s Move Into This Dividend Stock Now

Warren Buffett made a US$10 billion move. Now’s your chance to boost your income by diversifying into this proven dividend stock. More »

Stock Market Crash: 3 Safe Dividend Stocks to Park Your Money

Worried about another stock market crash? Then consider parking your money in these three safe TSX dividend stocks. More »

Warning: How to Prepare for a Market Crash in July

Prepare your stock portfolio for a market crash now before it's too late! Here are some tips for you. More »

My 3 Biggest TFSA Stock Holdings Happen to Pay Big Dividends

Want tax-free returns from big dividends complemented by price appreciation, consider these quality dividend stocks. More »

Wells Fargo to Cut Dividend: Buy Royal Bank (TSX:RY) Stock Instead

Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) is about to cut its dividend. Royal Bank of Canada (TSX:RY)(NYSE:RY) provides a safer dividend. What's more to like is that... More »

This 12% Dividend Stock Popped 13% Today: Still a Great Bargain

This cheap stock provides big income and price appreciation, too. Learn more about it here and decide if it's right for you. More »

3 Best Dividend Stocks for July 2020

Buy these dividend stocks in July to get awesome returns from dividends. At these levels, they can deliver outsize price appreciation as well! More »

3 Top Stocks to Buy in July 2020

Get rich with these July 2020 top stock picks! Here’s why I’m bullish on them. More »

Got $3,000? Buy This 5-in-1 Growth Stock Now

Buy this attractive growth stock while it’s cheap and get long-term double-digit returns. More »

CRA’s CERB Will End: How to Keep the Passive Income Coming

The CERB is going to end. However, your passive income will keep coming if you do this. More »