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My name is Mike McNeil and I’m the author of The Dividend Guy Blog along with the owner and portfolio manager over at Dividend Stocks Rock. I earned my bachelor degree in finance-marketing, own a CFP title along with an MBA in financial services. Besides being a passionate investor, ... more


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Safe Picks For 2019
With the market going sideways for the past few months, both US and Canadian markets are on their way to close 2018 in negative territories.
Investing In 2019 And Beyond; How To Build A Safe Dividend Portfolio
While there are no crystal balls telling you which companies will fail you in your portfolio, there are some basic rules that can help you in identifying them.
December 2018 Dividend Income Report
2018 confirmed what I thought for a while; stay invested in strong dividend growth companies and you will not cry during the storm.
5 Best U.S. Consumer Stocks
Both consumer defensive and consumer cyclical are two key sectors to build a strong dividend growth portfolio.
5 Canadian Consumer Stocks Rewarding Their Shareholders
Here are five of my favorite consumer (defensive or cyclical) companies on the Canadian market.
Top 5%+ Juicy Canadian Dividend Stocks
Here are 5 Canadian companies that have juicy dividends: Inter Pipeline, Polaris Infrastructure, Enbridge, Emera and BCE.
5 Stocks Paying A Juicy Yield Over 5%
Here are 5 stocks with a 5%+ yield: BX, WPC, EPR, HASI and LAZ.
What GE, Owens & Minor And Budweiser Have In Common?
We are right in the middle of the earnings season and fall have brought us some horror stories right around Halloween.
EC This Bank Lost 50% Of Its Value And Taught Us All A Lesson We Forgot
After so many years investing in a bull market, we tend to forget things can go wrong. Some people are afraid and stay on the sideline, but most of us keep investing.
Two Canadian Dividend Stocks On Sale
The latest market drop did not create an amazing opportunity because it only dropped five percent. Here are two Canadian stocks that are deeply undervalued.
July Dividend Income Report
I recently invested $100,000 into dividend growth stocks. Here is my latest dividend income report to show you it’s possible to build a portfolio during an all-time high market.
Retirement: Should You Use The 4% Rule?
Invented in the mid-90’s using data between 1926 and 1976, the 4% rule is a retirement withdrawing strategy.
Should You Compare GIC Rates With Dividend Yield?
There are so many differences between a stock and a GIC, but if you really insist on comparing both, you should compare the total expected return. Let me explain...
My 5 Canadian Favorite Dividend Growth Stocks
I’m often asked what are my favorite dividend growth stocks. It’s hard to make a short list as there are so many great companies out there. Based on my 7 investing principles, I’ve selected five I really like right now.
A High Yield Portfolio? Only If You Meet These 3 Criteria
If a yield is over 5%, it means there are additional risks. when you pick a stock paying a 6-7% yield, it seems too good to be true…and it is usually is.
Top 10 Canadian Stocks For A Retiree’s Portfolio
There is a big difference between investing for the future and withdrawing from this investment to live.
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