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May 19, 2020
He's finding the right point to switch to aggressive stocks during this disruption. During bear markets you get lucrative buying opportunities in order to offset lower returns. The strategy is to gradually buy stocks that fell 50%, but will return to previous levels, rather than stocks that declined 10%.
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He's finding the right point to switch to aggressive stocks during this disruption. During bear markets you get lucrative buying opportunities in order to offset lower returns. The strategy is to gradually buy stocks that fell 50%, but will return to previous levels, rather than stocks that declined 10%.
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May 19, 2020
Dividends for safety, to sleep at night. Also look at Canadian bank stocks which have sold off 19-35%. Factor dividends and stock appreciation for consistent returns. In 2010, they endured without cutting dividends. They haven't cut them since 1940. He isn't worried about the headwinds, like a weak real estate market.
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Dividends for safety, to sleep at night. Also look at Canadian bank stocks which have sold off 19-35%. Factor dividends and stock appreciation for consistent returns. In 2010, they endured without cutting dividends. They haven't cut them since 1940. He isn't worried about the headwinds, like a weak real estate market.
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May 19, 2020
Are the Americans still shorting Canadian banks? These shorts are quite limited, but attracted media attention. This won't be a short squeeze. He's not worried. The banks have a tremendous track record and did well in the 2008 recession. Post-recession regulation has made banks around the world stronger, including Canada's.
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Are the Americans still shorting Canadian banks? These shorts are quite limited, but attracted media attention. This won't be a short squeeze. He's not worried. The banks have a tremendous track record and did well in the 2008 recession. Post-recession regulation has made banks around the world stronger, including Canada's.