TSX:SGR.U (Slate Retail REIT)

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    Recession Investing Strategies for Canadians

    The spectre of a recession should spur Canadians to buy and hold dependable equities like Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU)(NYSE:SU) and…

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    3 Stocks to Create $454 in Monthly Passive Income for Your TFSA

    TFSA investors looking for extra passive income should look to these dividend stocks that pay out each and every month!

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    3rd Rate Hike in 2022: No More Surprise for Homeowners

    Canadian homeowners have come to accept that the low-interest-rate environment is a thing of the past and that higher interest…

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    3 Dividend Stocks for the Perfect Passive-Income TFSA

    Dividend stocks are the perfect way to fight back market volatility, and these are strong passive-income options for your TFSA.

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    Collect Passive Monthly Income With These 2 REITs

    Passive-income seeking investors might want to consider investing in these two REITs trading on the TSX with high-yielding monthly payouts.

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    A Top REIT for High-Yielding Income

    This top REIT on the TSX offers investors a considerable amount in shareholder dividends through its massive dividend yield.

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    How to Make $373/Month in Passive Income With These 2 TSX Stocks

    You could bring in passive income of $4,482 annually, or $373 per month!

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    Retirees: 4 Safe Stocks to Buy for Decent Passive Income

    Retirees can offset the impact of runaway inflation by buying safe dividend stocks to create more cash flows.

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