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TSX rebounds with financials & energy up, loonie down
Market Updates

TSX rebounds with financials & energy up, loonie down

The damage seems to have somewhat been stymied with the TSX Composite Index ending in the green for the past two days. There weren’t big gains to be had, but it was in the green, nonetheless. On Wednesday, January 26, index heavyweight financi...

Have $1000 to invest? Here’s how you can do it smartly
Investing Essentials

Have $1000 to invest? Here’s how you can do it smartly

It might not seem like a lot of money to some, but if you are starting the journey of investing, a thousand dollars can be just the right amount to begin with. Now that you have decided to take on the responsibility of investing for your or your f...

What is Rule of 72 & how to calculate when an investment will double?
Investing Essentials

What is Rule of 72 & how to calculate when an investment will double?

Highlights The Rule of 72 is a calculation that tells you the estimated time when your money would be doubled at a given rate of return. As per the rule, the years it takes to double would be equal to 72 divided by the annual rate of return. I...

What are Canadian segregated funds & how do they work?
Investing Essentials

What are Canadian segregated funds & how do they work?

Highlights A segregated fund is a type of insurance product that is developed by insurance companies. If the market fails to grow or you lose money, then this fund gives a guarantee to get back 75 per cent to 100 per cent of the principal inves...

What is capital venture & what should you know of venture capitalists?
Investing Essentials

What is capital venture & what should you know of venture capitalists?

Highlights Capital venture or venture capital is money that is given by investors to startup businesses. An investor who invests in companies or provides venture capital or money is called a venture capitalist. When a startup company needs ca...

What is a stock market & how does share trading work?
Investing Essentials

What is a stock market & how does share trading work?

Highlights The stock market or share market is a process where publicly listed companies exchange their shares. It allows investors to connect with the public to buy and sell investments. Stocks sell on two market systems -- the primary market ...

Metro (TSX:MRU) sees profit rise 8.6% in Q1. A grocery stock to buy?
Consumer Stocks

Metro (TSX:MRU) sees profit rise 8.6% in Q1. A grocery stock to buy?

Highlights Stocks of Canadian grocery firm Metro Inc drew investor attention on Tuesday, January 25, after it released its financial results for Q1 FY2022. With a market capitalization of over C$ 15 billion, Metro is one of Canada's largest gro...

What Canadian crypto stocks to bag amid selloff?
Financial Stocks

What Canadian crypto stocks to bag amid selloff?

The cryptocurrency industry has been going through a massive selloff, which led almost all digital currencies to trade in the red. The popular crypto tokens like Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (Ether) also saw a substantial fall in their values.  ...

Petrus (PRQ) & GoldQuest (GQC): 2 Canadian penny stocks to buy
Penny Stocks

Petrus (PRQ) & GoldQuest (GQC): 2 Canadian penny stocks to buy

Highlights While they come with their own set of risks, penny stocks are often viewed by some investors as a quick and cheap way to earn some profit in the stock markets. One major reason behind this perspective is that, unlike blue-chip stocks...

Nuvei (TSX:NVEI) stock in the red: Still a buy?
Technology Stocks

Nuvei (TSX:NVEI) stock in the red: Still a buy?

Highlights  Stocks of Nuvei Corporation (TSX:NVEI) plunged by almost five per cent on Friday, January 21, amid the fear of rate hikes and correction in the overvalued equities. In addition, the COVID resurgence along with other macroeconom...

Is SAP stock a buy amid speculations of Saputo acquiring A2 Milk?
Consumer Stocks

Is SAP stock a buy amid speculations of Saputo acquiring A2 Milk?

Highlights Saputo Inc (TSX: SAP) has become the talk of the town amid speculation that the Canadian dairy company is set to buy New Zealand-based infant formula and fresh milk firm A2 Milk Company Ltd. Stocks of both A2 Milk and Saputo noted so...

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