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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.

Better Buy in October 2020: Air Canada (TSX:AC) Stock or Suncor (TSX:SU) Stock?

Think you have what it takes to invest in Air Canada (TSX:AC) stock or Suncor (TSX:SU)(NYSE:SU) stock? Here's a quick comparison of the two... More »

CERB Extension Into October and Beyond: What You Need to Know

The CERB is extended into October and beyond, but in different forms. Here's what you need to know. More »

How to Make More Income Starting in October 2020

Feeling tight in the wallet because of COVID-19? Make more passive income starting in October 2020. Here’s how. More »

Revealed: 3 CERB Extension Options!

Here are three ways to extend the CERB for you and your family. In fact, you can potentially get more income than the CERB.... More »

A Top TSX Dividend Stock to Buy in October 2020

Buy shares of this deep-discount dividend stock now at cheaper prices than how much the CEO paid recently. Then, sit on it and wait... More »

Should You Buy Suncor (TSX:SU) Stock Now?

Thinking about buying (more) shares of Suncor (TSX:SU)(NYSE:SU) stock? Read this first before you take action. More »

Buy This Top Dividend Stock for a 12% Yield Now

This dividend stock is so cheap that it yields 12%. Over the next five years, it should reward current buyers of the stock. More »

Get a CERB Extension With These 2 Dividend Stocks

The CERB will be over soon. Continue receiving the income you love by doing this. More »

Forget the Market Crash: 2 Dividend Stocks to Buy and Hold

Stock investing can be easy. Simply choose defensive businesses like these that you can buy and hold and get decent income and returns. More »

Stock Market Crash 2.0 Is Here: 2 Top Stocks to Buy

This stock market crash is just the beginning. Brace yourself and consider buying these defensive dividend stocks during the crash. More »