Dylan has been a retail investor for the past 10 years, tirelessly working away at building a medium risk portfolio using a strong base of income paying companies and growth stocks. Dylan often encourages the novice to abandon a lot of what they believe are "the best" strategies (or get rich quick schemes) and focus more on maintaining sensible risk tolerance, and appropriate diversification. Dylan's vision is showing people that if they apply themselves they can succeed with investment, and do so while lowering the risk of losing the farm. Dylan believes that it is absolutely imperative that young people learn the ins-and-outs of finance and investing for a couple reasons: One being the largest intergenerational transfer of wealth in human history from the baby-boomers to the younger generations. This is market moving capital and younger gens will need to be confident in its distribution. Also so that young people can hedge their bets against inflation and a rising cost of living, making a comfortable semi-retirement situation more possible.
BCE may have crushed the last 12 months, but I personally think Telus may be the better buy right now, as the market hasn’t rewarded this stock for its excellent performance thus far. Lets take a deeper look.
It has been a challenging couple of weeks for Linamar Corporation (TSX:LNR), Canada’s second largest automobile parts manufacturer based out of Ontario. Is the recent fall an opportunity for investors to get in?