Index Investing ~ Canadian Couch Potato

At heart I’m a dividend investor.  Nothing is more exciting to me than to buy a quality stock at its lows, watch it go up in value, and then sit back and collect my dividend income. To me the reward of patience, persistence, and the desire to invest for myself is the ultimate reward.  Since I’m into good quality stocks that pay me for owning them, I’m not overly concerned with market movements.  When the market goes down, that gives me the chance to buy a quality stock for a bargain price. ...

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Three US Stocks for your RRSP

US Stocks do not receive the dividend tax credit, and US dividend income is fully taxed unregistered or in a TFSA. So holding US Stocks inside your RRSP makes good sense.  Some of the big US blue chips also pay reasonable dividends of 3.00% or more, are deemed safer than the US Dollar,  and  raise their dividends annually. In addition the dividend yield on these blue chips is higher than the current rate for GIC’s and government bonds. I’ve picked three of the Dividend Cadillacs for ...

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