When the last two crises hit, the Canadian market was less affected than the U.S. one. Canadian companies also tend to offer a higher yield. And, we have the best banks, don’t we? Are these good reasons to invest only in Canada or do we get biased?
Here’s when the Canadian market is a pro, when it’s not, and why you should or should not rely solely on it.
- Is the Canadian market really more resilient than the U.S. one?
- Besides the famous banks and telcos, which sectors or companies deserve your money in Canada?
- Is it true that Canadian stocks pay a higher yield? If so, why?
- Is it possible to get international exposure through big Canadian companies? Is this market diversified enough?
- In which cases would it be a good idea to invest only in Canada?
- How is the Canadian market’s performance doing compared to the S&P500?
- What portion of your portfolio should Canadian stocks really take?
During the episode, Mike referred to our DSR portfolios’ returns. You can view them right here.
Many of the great companies discussed today are also part of our Top 5 Canadian Dividend Stocks to Hold Forever. Learn more about them and few others below.
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