Robert Baillieul, B.Comm.
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EXR Shares Have Soared 1,550%, More Upside Ahead I often say the tried and true beats the hot and new. And no company highlights that point better than Extra Space Storage, Inc. (NYSE:EXR). You won’t hear this warehouse owner mentioned.
Little-Known Investment Pays George Soros Double-Digit Yields George Soros is one of the best investors on the planet. Back in 1969, the financier founded the Quantum Fund. And over the following years, investors in this firm averaged more than 30%.
Can Investors Really Trust CenturyLink Inc’s 7.7% Yield? It sounds like the dumbest investment strategy in the world: buying shares of companies that have recently slashed their dividends. Executives, after all, loath to cut their distributions. Such actions signal a.
Why Recessions Are Actually Good Things I don’t know if there’s something in the water or what, but in the past few months, I’ve received lots of questions about a looming recession. Hey, maybe there is something in the water..
Why I Moved 1,000 Miles From Wall Street People laughed when I decided to move from the center of finance to a maritime city on the Canadian east coast. Residents of Halifax—population about 400,000—are more apt to chat about lobster.
Collect Reliable Rental Income From These Five Top REITs Have you ever considered buying a rental property? You’re not alone. Many people have thought about buying investment real estate until they consider the hassle of dealing with tenants: shoveling driveways,.
Dunkin Brands Group Inc Keeps Paying Out More If you understand the two most important numbers in business, then you can make a lot of money in the stock market: 80/20. The “80/20 rule” states that 80% of an industry’s.
Can You Trust BP Midstream Partners LP’s 8.9% Yield? If you’re struggling to generate decent investment income, you’re not alone. Years ago, a six-figure portfolio invested in savings accounts or bank CDs could fund a comfortable retirement. Today, that same.
Legendary Investor Just Bought $3.2 Billion of AT&T Inc. If you want to make a lot of money in the stock market, it pays to follow this type of investor: shareholder activists. Shareholder activists fight for changes at poorly managed.
Brookfield Infrastructure Partners L.P. Yields 4% Can you name the one trait that AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T), General Mills, Inc. (NYSE:GIS), and Colgate-Palmolive Company (NYSE:CL) all have in common? In short, these stocks have soldiered through some of the biggest economic.