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Dividend Stocks

Rates Are Rising: Should You Avoid REITs?

If REITs have kept pace with inflation or rising rates in decades, the asset class remain a reliable income provider…

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Dividend Stocks

Canadian Real Estate Is Slowing Down: Protect Yourself!

Canadian real estate is slowing down with rising rates. Morguard North American Residential (TSX:MRT.UN) could be a better buy.

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Dividend Stocks

Want to Be a Lazy Landlord? Here Are 3 of the Best Canadian REITs to Buy Now

If you're looking to gain exposure to the real estate industry and become a lazy landlord, here are three of…

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Dividend Stocks

5 or More Interest Rate Hike From 2022 to 2023: Heavy Burden for Canadians?

Canadians will carry a heavy burden regardless of the number of times the Bank of Canada increase interest rates in…

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Investing

Margin-of-Safety Investing: Buy 1 Deep-Value Stock Trading Cheap

Morguard Real Estate Investment Trust (TSX:MRT.UN) is a real estate investment trust whose primary business goal is to accumulate a…

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Investing

Retirees: 2 Stocks That Can Generate Over $650/Month in Tax-Free Income

Retirees looking for a big income boost may want to consider dividend stocks like Morguard REIT (TSX:MRT.UN) in a TFSA.

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Dividend Stocks

TFSA Income Investors: 1 Beaten-Down REIT Set to Soar Into 2021

Here’s how you could earn 10% per annum in tax free income in a TFSA account by investing in beaten-down…

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Dividend Stocks

Dividend Investors: 3 TSX Stocks With Yields up to 9.5%

Here's why dividend investors can look to buy beaten-down stocks such as Morguard REIT and Genworth for long-term gains.

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