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Kyle Walton

CERB Will End! Buy These 3 Income Stocks to Generate Your Own $2,000 Monthly

These three monthly dividend-paying stocks can help you replace CERB when it eventually ends. More »

3 Stocks to Invest $1,000 in to Benefit From the Resumption of Professional Sports

Sports are back! Position your portfolio to score big with these three stocks that will benefit from the resumption of professional sports. More »

Canopy (TSX:WEED) and Aurora (TSX:ACB): Two Industry Juggernauts With Very Different Strategies

Two of the biggest names in the cannabis space have started to adopt diverging strategies. Which strategy suits you and your portfolio? More »

2 Canadian Millionaire-Maker Stocks Only Found on the NASDAQ

Two of Canada's best-known millionaire-maker stocks can only be purchased on the NASDAQ. More »

3 Top TSX Tech Stocks That Pay Dividends

Tech stocks and dividends are not mutually exclusive. Check out these three top TSX tech stocks that also pay dividends. More »

Planes, Trains, or Automobiles? Where to Park $1,000 in July

As people slowly begin to travel again, which Canadian transportation stock will deliver outsized gains for the rest of 2020 and beyond? More »

3 High-Yielding Stocks Whose Dividends Will Double Over the Next Decade

These three dividend stocks have high starting yields and high dividend-growth rates, which makes them perfect for generating growing income streams. More »

Why Has Scotiabank (TSX:BNS) Underperformed Against Its Peers Since March?

The Big Five Canadian banks are up significantly since March. However, Scotiabank (TSX:BNS)(NYSE:BNS) has lagged its peers during this period. More »

Air Canada (TSX:AC): Investing $10,000 in 2012 vs. 2020

Buying Air Canada (TSX:AC) in 2012 was one of the best investment ideas of the past decade. Will 2020 present the same opportunity? More »

Forget the GST/HST Credit! Pay Yourself $115 Quarterly With These 3 Dividend Stocks

These three dividend stocks will provide a predictable and growing quarterly income stream that will make you forget all about the GST/HST credit. More »