An active dividend and growth investor, Dan has been involved with the website since its inception. Dan is primarily a researcher and writer here at Stocktrades.ca, and his pieces have numerous mentions on the Globe and Mail, Forbes, Winnipeg Free Press, and other high authority financial websites. He has become an authority figure in the Canadian finance niche, primarily due to his attention to detail and overall dedication to achieving the highest returns on his investments. Investing on his own since he was 19 years old, Dan has compiled the experience and knowledge needed to be successful in the world of self-directed investing, and is always happy to bring that knowledge to Stocktrades.ca readers and any other publications that give him the opportunity to write. Dan manages his TFSA, RRSPs and a LIRA at Questrade, and has compiled a real estate portfolio of his primary residence and 2 rental properties, all before his 30th birthday.
There’s no question the Canadian oil and gas industry is trading at all time lows. There are a lot of bargains out there, including stocks that pay lucrative dividends in light of falling prices. One of these stocks is Husky Energy. Is the company’s dividend a trap?
TD Bank (TSX:TD) is up just over 10% in 2018 and although we have to take into account the stock took a nose dive during the fourth quarter crash of the TSX in 2018, investors who took advantage of it have reaped the benefits. Is there any more room for growth?