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Top 5 Canadian Stocks To Buy Right Now

The U.S. dollar held on to its gains after climbing higher in the wake of stronger-than-expected economic data, reversing a previous loss that had the buck trading at a nine-day low.

This move also led to some of its rivals to weaken, including the euro, which had already been knocked by eurozone inflation data that was cooler than expected.

Otherwise, commodity- and trade-linked currencies,....More>>>

Top 10 Dividend Stocks For 2019

Chairman and CEO of Motorola Solutions Inc (NYSE:MSI) Gregory Q Brown sold 100,000 shares of MSI on 11/21/2017 at an average price of $92.57 a share. The total sale was $9.3 million.

Motorola Solutions Inc is a communications equipment manufacturer. It provides communications infrastructure, devices such as two-way portable radios, and an array of communications network management and support....More>>>

Hot Dividend Stocks To Buy Right Now

JM Financial’s research report on S Chand and Company

S Chand reported a strong consolidated PAT of INR 1.1bn (92.5% YoY) for FY18, higher than JMfe/street estimates. EBITDA for FY18 came in at INR 1.9bn (+16.2% YoY), in-line with JMfe. Lower interest costs (led by deleveraging from IPO proceeds) and depreciation (change in accounting policy from WDV to SLM) further aided the earnings....More>>>

Hot Dividend Stocks To Watch For 2019

In February 2017, ONEOK (NYSE:OKE) announced a bold plan to deliver enhanced dividend growth by acquiring its MLP. The company estimated that the deal would enable it to boost its payout by 21% upon closing, and at a 9% to 11% annual rate through 2021. Fueling the forecast was the anticipation that the company would be able to secure about $2.5 billion of expansion projects to bolster cash flow.....More>>>

Hot Dividend Stocks To Buy For 2019

Have you noticed how lumpy your monthly dividend income is lately? Many of the high dividend stocks which we’ve covered and invested in tend to pay dividends in a February – May – August – November cycle.

That’s swell, but what are we supposed to do in those other months? To find a solution to that question, we’ve been covering monthly dividend paying stocks....More>>>