Lastly, A&W Income Royalties Revenue Fund (AW/TSX) reported earnings roughly according to shareholders’ expectations. Share costs barely moved on Wednesday when it was announced that royalty earnings have been up 5.4% in year-over-year comparisons. Maybe the one factor juicier than the Papa Burger is its present dividend yield of 6.26%.
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The Private Finance Ebook Corridor of Fame
After studying each new e-book on the Canadian private scene for a number of a long time, (in addition to writing just a few himself), Jonathan Chevreau led an all-encompassing dialogue on one of the best private finance books ever written. He talks about books written solely for Canadians, in addition to these written for worldwide readers. We’ve received classics, new takes, lesser-known gems, and best-in-class choices. Don’t miss this one if you happen to like to get your data from written textual content.
Prime Canadian ETFs for This Yr and Past
With so many ETF choices accessible, it may be arduous for traders to know what to place into their portfolios. MoneySense’s govt editor, Lisa Hannam, hosts as journalist Michael McCullough seems to be on the make-up of the ETF market. Hewill share, primarily based on MoneySense’s ETF All-Stars Report, the ETF merchandise Canadians might contemplate shopping for immediately.
Allan Norman, MSc, CFP, CIM
All of your FHSA questions answered
The primary-home financial savings account is model spanking new, and Canadians have questions. In the same format of MoneySense’s in style Ask A Planner column, govt editor Lisa Hannam will ask Licensed Monetary Planner Allan Norman actual questions from Canadians concerning the FHSA, from what it’s to the place to open this account.
Private finance traits to plan for in 2023 and 2024
MoneySense govt editor Lisa Hannam and columnist Kyle Prevost work collectively on the favored column Making Sense of the Markets. It contextualizes headlines for Canadian traders, so collectively the duo shall be wanting on the headlines from the 12 months and people to return, together with rates of interest, crypto (do not forget that asset?), employment, AI, GICs and a lot extra.