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What investors need to know about preferred shares

The Financial Post takes a weekly look at the tools and strategies that will help make your investment decisions. This week: What investors should know about preferred shares. 485 more words

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How To Buy Property In Australia


Australia is the number one destination for Brits who want to settle abroad. This is because of her business opportunities and weather. British citizens, who move to Australia, do not face cultural barriers. 327 more words

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Carl Icahn insists Apple stock is still undervalued

”Last week Carl Icahn wrote an article titled ‘an activist manifesto’ for The Economist in which he argued that Apple Inc. stock is still undervalued,” Larry Darrell reports for Bidness Etc. 168 more words

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Aspiring low-cost airline Jetlines files for $50-million IPO

An aspiring low-cost airline is one step closer to takeoff after announcing plans to raise $50-million through an initial public offering.

Canada Jetlines Ltd. said Wednesday it has filed a preliminary prospectus to list on the TSX Venture Exchange following a reverse takeover of a capital pool company called Inovent Capital Inc. 97 more words

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Paying Yourself First - the foundation for building wealth!

There are many reasons that people never build meaningful wealth in their lifetimes: apathy, ignorance, procrastination, skepticism, etc.. Most of the people I speak to understand that if they ever want to be in a financial place to not need the income from their current career, their only option is to build wealth, yet many of them have no concrete plan to do just that. 995 more words

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Apple shares hit new all-time closing high

Today in Nasdaq trading, shares of Apple Inc. (AAPL) rose $1.40, or 1.19%, to close at $119.00, a new all-time closing high.


Apple’s intraday high today was $119.10. 231 more words

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wednesday update

SHORT TERM: another consolidation day, DOW +13

Overnight the Asian markets gained 0.4%. Europe opened higher and gained 0.1%. US index futures were higher overnight. At 8:30 weekly Jobless claims were reported higher: 313k v 291k, Durable goods orders were higher: +0.4% v -1.3%, Personal income was higher: +0.2% v +0.2%, Personal spending was higher: +0.2% v -0.2%, and PCE prices were higher too: +0.2% v +0.1%. 224 more words

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