About the Newsletter
The Income Investor is an electronic newsletter devoted to finding TOP-QUALITY INCOME SECURITIES THAT CARRY MINIMAL RISK. It is designed to help people find investment solutions to the two big problems they're facing: low interest rates and volatile stock markets.
If you or anyone in your family needs income from investments with minimal risk, this monthly newsletter is a must-read. It was chosen by The Globe and Mail as one of the top five investment newsletters in Canada.
The Income Investor covers all types of income securities including limited partnerships, REITs, income trusts, preferred shares, high-yielding common stocks, bonds, mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, and GICs. Any security that generates cash flow is fair game for our experts.
The editorial team is headed by well-known author Gordon Pape, one of Canada's leading experts on investing and retirement planning, who is editor and publisher. Our bond and preferred share recommendations are provided by Tom Slee, CGA, CFA, who managed pension money for the insurance industry for many years. Gavin Graham, President of Graham Investment Strategy, offers expert advice on dividend-paying common stocks.
Although the primary goal of The Income Investor is to identify high-yielding securities at reasonable risk, some of our picks have scored big capital gains for readers. Some examples:
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The analysis and information in this report and on our website is for informational purposes only. No part of the material presented in this newsletter and/or report or on our websites is intended as an investment recommendation or investment advice. Neither the information nor any opinion expressed nor any Model Portfolio constitutes a solicitation to purchase or sell securities or any investment program. The opinions and forecasts expressed are those of the PUBLISHERS contributing to Portfolio Channel and may not actually come to pass. The opinions and viewpoints regarding the future of the markets should not be construed as recommendations of any specific security nor specific investment advice. Investors should always consult an investment professional before making any investment.
Any investment decisions must in all cases be made by the reader or by his or her investment adviser. Do NOT ever purchase any security without doing sufficient research. There is no guarantee that the investment objectives outlined will actually come to pass. All opinions expressed herein are subject to change without notice. Neither the editor, employees, nor any of their affiliates shall have any liability for any loss sustained by anyone who has relied on the information provided.
The analysis provided is based on both technical and fundamental research and is provided ''as is'' without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. Although the information contained is derived from sources which are believed to be reliable, they cannot be guaranteed.
The information contained in the Newsletter is provided by Gordon Pape Enterprises, Ltd. Employees and affiliates of Gordon Pape Enterprises may at times have positions in the securities referred to and may make purchases or sales of these securities while publications are in circulation.
Index returns are price only and do not include the reinvestment of dividends. The S&P 500 is a stock market index containing the stocks of 500 large-cap corporations, most of which are US companies. The index is the most notable of the many indices owned and maintained by Standard & Poor's, a division of McGraw-Hill. S&P 500 is used in reference not only to the index but also to the 500 companies that have their common stock included in the index.
All returns assume reinvestment of dividends unless otherwise indicated. Investments in equities carry an inherent element of risk including the potential for significant loss of principal. Past performance is not an indication of future results.