The 2023 Andex Chart for Canadian Investors: Chart

The Andex Chart is a powerful one-pager that shows the performance of different asset classes such as stocks, bonds, balanced portfolio, etc. over a period of time. The chart also shows the bull and bear markets since the 1930s. The chart below shows the growth of C$1,000 from 1934 thru 2022 for Canadian stocks, US …

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Canada’s S&P/TSX Annual Total Returns From 1948 To 2020: Chart

Equities tend to go up in the long term measured in decades. This is true for most equity markets. Many studies have shown the US equities for instance have yielded positive returns in more years than negative returns. Canadian stocks have also performed in a similar fashion. In the years from 1948 to 2020, Canadian …

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Five Foreign Stocks With High Dividends To Consider For Potential Investment

Investing in equities seems like a unwise decision these days due to a variety of reasons. Buying foreign stocks sounds even more imprudent with US equities performing very well so far this year. An investor looking to put money to work, can easily earn over 5% simply by buying a 1-year CD. Or to earn …

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Diversification Is Necessary Because Market Leadership Changes: Chart

Diversification is one simple way to reduce risk. A well-diversified portfolio among various asset classes tend to perform well over the long run. Another reason why diversification is necessary because market leadership changes over time. A few years ago we discussed this topic in my post titled The Largest 10 US Stocks at the Start …

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