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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.

RRSP Investors: A Top Stock to Invest in to Help You Retire Early

Retire early with this 15% yield stock that can weather this economic downturn. You will thank yourself three years later for accumulating shares in... More »

Market Crash: This 15%-Yield Stock Is 50% Off

Here’s how to view your investment in high-yield Brookfield Property Partners LP. (TSX:BPY.UN)(NASDAQ:BPY) stock. More »

How to Invest in the Best Dividend-Paying Stocks

Here are the key components best dividend-paying stocks should have, starting with having a high yield. What's considered a high yield? Read on to... More »

Market Crash: Investing in Defensive Stocks

Sleep well at night in a market crash by investing defensively in stocks for long-term wealth creation. More »

Market Crash: Is This 8% Yield Sustainable?

The market crash lifted the dividend yield of Enbridge (TSX:ENB)(NYSE:ENB) stock to 8.2%. How sustainable is this yield? More »

Chorus Aviation (TSX:CHR) Stock: Is It Worth Your Money?

Chorus Aviation (TSX:CHR) stock isn't for everyone. There are safer dividend stock options out there, such as in wonderful businesses like Bank of Montreal... More »

It’s Time to Become a Passive Landlord

Become a passive landlord now that residential REIT stocks are trading at big discounts from what they're worth! Consider Tricon Capital (TSX:TCN) now. More »

A Small Stock That’ll Grow Irrespective of the Coronavirus

This small-cap stock offers essential products and services for its patients at a low cost. Any dips would make it a good long-term buy. More »

Market Crash: 3 Ways to Buy Stocks Safely

Market crashes are your opportunity to buy wonderful businesses at basement prices! Focus on the horizon instead of the waves. More »

2 Canadian Residential REITs: Down-to-Earth Valuations

Canadian Apartment Properties REIT (TSX:CAR.UN) and InterRent REIT (TSX:IIP.UN) and what investors should focus on. More »