Tag archives: Canadian Stocks

Forecasting Long Term Stock Returns With The Gordon Growth Model

Last update on June 27, 2016.

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Wouldn’t it be nice to know how much stocks will return over the long term? Such information would be very useful, as it would allow us to better plan for the future. If you save for your retirement based on the assumption that stocks will return 9% per year, but they return only 5% per year, you could be in trouble.

Predicting stock market returns might sound difficult, and indeed, those who study stock market data find that market returns fluctuate randomly in short time spans, even up to a few ...

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My TFSA Update May 2016 - Trius Investments

Last update on June 13, 2016.

 

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In this series, I (Jin Choi) talk about my goal of reaching $1 million in my TFSA account by 2033. If you want to know what a TFSA is, I recommend you read my free book. In this post, I’ll also reflect on my past investment in a tiny company called Trius Investments.

 

May Results: Down 1.9%

At the end of May, I had $61,427.21 in my TFSA account, which is down by 1.9% since the end of last month. By comparison, the Canadian ...

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Introducing MoneyGeek's Stock Ratings

Last update on March 28, 2016.

 

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A few months ago, I unveiled what I had then called ‘Stock Centre’ as a new feature on this site. Since then, I’ve changed the name of the feature to, simply, ‘Stocks’, and I’ve worked hard to add new enhancements to this feature.

Today, I’m proud to show off the new enhancements. As of right now, the Stocks page has ratings on each and every single stock that trades in Canada. You can see the list of the most highly rated stocks using the ‘Research’ -> ‘Stocks’ menu ...

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Why Canadian Stocks Outperformed U.S. Stocks In April

Last update on May 5, 2015.

Investing in Canada

 

At the beginning of every month, I'll brief members on how MoneyGeek's regular portfolios have performed and comment on the state of the financial markets.

 

Regular Portfolios Performances

The performance of MoneyGeek's regular portfolios for the month of April 2015 were as below:

 April 2015Last 12 MonthsSince Apr 2013
Slightly Aggressive  -3.4%  +16.7%  +44.7%
Balanced  -2.9%  +14.1%  +36.6%
Slightly Conservative  -2.4% +11.6 % +28.9%
Moderately Conservative  -1.9%  +9.1%  +21.6%
Very Conservative ...

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