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3 Stocks To Keep Your Retirement Savings Growing Faster Than Inflation

The right mix of growth stocks can help you outpace inflation, on the road to retirement.

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3 Canadian Stocks That Have Increased Their Dividends for at Least 25 Straight Years

These three Canadian dividend stocks have proven for decades that they are some of the best businesses to buy and…

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3 Safe Stocks That Could Still Double in 5 Years

Three safe stocks that have doubled in value from 2017 could still deliver the same results in the next five…

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3 Low-Yield Stocks to Buy for Decent Growth Potential

A low yield doesn't always mean that the company is a miser with its payouts. Sometimes, it's the result of…

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Thomson Reuters (TSX:TRI): A Big Moat and Solid Footing in 2022

A Canadian company with a big moat and solid industry footing is worth buying amid the market volatility.

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3 Bargain Stocks to Buy More of

Overdiversification is just as dangerous and financially damaging as underdiversification, so buying more of known bargains is better than taking…

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Passive-Income Investors: These 2 TSX Dividend Aristocrat Stocks Have Increased Yields for 25 Years

Dividend-growth investors should consider buying and holding both of these stocks forever.

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3 TSX Giants to Buy Now

The right market giants offer a healthy combination of returns and capital preservation, making them near-perfect long-term holdings.

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