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Dan is an active dividend and growth investor. When Dan started Stocktrades.ca the message was and still is – that anyone with dedication and determination can accomplish their goals even if they start out with little knowledge of the playing field, in this case being the global markets. Dan’s articles have numerous mentions on the Globe & Mail, Forbes, Winnipeg Free Press, and other high authority financial websites. He has become an authority figure in the Canadian finance niche. This is 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 18 years old, Dan has compiled the experience and knowledge needed to be successful in the world of self-directed investing, and also owns multiple real estate assets to generate a passive income stream.
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Mat holds an MBA, is a Certified Health Executive professional, and is a diverse and respected blogger for Motley Fool, Seeking Alpha and a newer site to the Canadian investing scene Stocktrades.ca. If that wasn’t enough, Mat sits on the Board of Directors of Greater Sudbury Hydro as an independent director. He is primarily interested in fundamental analysis, focusing on the long-term and his portfolio is composed primarily of dividend-paying equities. Mathieu has a moderate risk profile and also looks for growth and value.
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Dylan has extensive experience in design and marketing with other clients in the finance and retail niches. Being a retail investor for the past 10 years, Dylan works at building a medium risk portfolio using a strong base of income paying companies and growth stocks. Dylan encourages others to abandon much of what they believe are “the best strategies” (get rich quick schemes) and focus more on maintaining a sensible risk tolerance, and appropriate diversification. Dylan believes that it is important 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 market moving capital will need mindful management from the younger gens. Additionally, young people need to hedge their bets against inflation and a rising cost of living, making a comfortable semi-retirement situation a possibility.