Thursday , 22 October 2020


Stocks & ETFunds

The Top-ranked Dividend Kings Are…

In this article, I rank an elite group of stocks that have increased their dividend payouts for at least 50 consecutive years (called Dividend Kings) based on David Van Knapp's quality scoring system and my modifications.

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Windfall Profit Opportunities Exist With Some Of These Gold Stock Buyout Candidates

Of all the ways to make money quickly in the gold market, few can match the power of “the buyout.” This is the transaction when a gold miner sees an opportunity to grow and buys all the shares of a smaller gold company – often at a large premium. The result is an overnight windfall for the smaller company’s shareholders...Below is our current list of potential candidates based on our proprietary Gold Stock Buyout System.

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5 Companies With the Strongest Opportunities In the Oncology (Cancer) Space

Several biotechnology companies have had incredible success, both in the clinical setting and the real-world setting which has driven incredible investor interest, creating market opportunities that are hard not to watch. Today, we’ll review the top 5 companies that I believe to be presenting the strongest opportunities in the oncology space.

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5 Undervalued Healthcare Stocks With From 28% to 104% Upside Potential

...While most segments skyrocketed by 20-30%, or more since the December bottom, healthcare has rebounded by a very modest 6%. This relative underperformance has caused several high quality names to become remarkably cheap. Furthermore, healthcare's defensive nature is a very beneficial element, as market participants are likely to rotate into this segment going forward. This phenomenon will allow for multiples to expand, which should then enable healthcare equities to go substantially higher. Here are 5 such undervalued healthcare stocks to consider owning.

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Back Up the Truck! These 4 Mainstream Stocks Have Price-to-Book Ratios Under 1.0x

Today we have discovered 4 Canadian small caps with market caps under $2B and revenues above $500M trading with a price-to-book ratio under 1.0x. Typically, a ratio under 1.0x implies that a stock is undervalued as the stock is trading on the market for less than its intrinsic value. For reference, the average price-to-book of our sample of 163 TSX-listed stocks is 2.0x.

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