Canadian dividend investors

I worked with an incred­i­ble team in Montreal, and know I have read­ers and own­ers of my book in Canada. This post is for you, though I can’t take any orig­i­nal writ­ing cred­it on this one.

canadian dividend aristocrats

Start with an overview of what it’s like hold­ing US com­pa­nies in a Canadian port­fo­lio.

Canadian companies that deliver investors annual dividend raises

The phrase ‘div­i­dend aris­to­crat’ is not an “offi­cial” des­ig­na­tion. In non-US coun­tries, the cri­te­ria used to define and track com­pa­nies with con­sec­u­tive div­i­dend rais­es varies. In Canada, accord­ing to this post, div­i­dend achiev­ers are div­i­dend growth stocks with ten con­sec­u­tive years of div­i­dend rais­es (where­as Canadian div­i­dend aris­to­crats have just 5 years of con­sec­u­tive increas­es).

Here’s a nice post that shares some back­ground on div­i­dend invest­ing, Canadian div­i­dend pay­ers, as well as 35 com­pa­nies with 10 con­sec­u­tive years of div­i­dend increas­es.

3 best Canadian dividend growth stocks

In addi­tion to shar­ing three Canadian invest­ing oppor­tu­ni­ties this Sure Dividend arti­cle helps you under­stand more about div­i­dend invest­ing. Do your­self a favor and read it. It’s real­ly quite good and it’s the sort of stuff you should be read­ing to learn more about invest­ing. Sure Dividend writes at a lev­el that is quite easy to under­stand and it’s real­ly impor­tant to do so. You don’t want to be invest­ing on faith and hope.

Why Canadian banks make great dividend investments

Here’s some more read­ing for Canadian investors.

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