Finally, A&W Revenue Royalties Income Fund (AW/TSX) reported earnings roughly in line with shareholders’ expectations. Share prices barely moved on Wednesday when it was announced that royalty earnings were up 5.4% in year-over-year comparisons. Perhaps the only thing juicier than the Papa Burger is its current dividend yield of 6.26%.
Have you heard? The Canadian Financial Summit is free:
In case you missed it, the Canadian Financial Summit is taking place RIGHT NOW! Don’t miss out FREE sessions with familiar faces from MoneySense (see below). Registering for the Summit is exactly $0, and you can click here for more details.
The Personal Finance Book Hall of Fame
After reading every new book on the Canadian personal scene for several decades, (as well as writing a few himself), Jonathan Chevreau led an all-encompassing discussion on the best personal finance books ever written. He talks about books written exclusively for Canadians, as well as those written for international readers. We’ve got classics, new takes, lesser-known gems, and best-in-class selections. Don’t miss this one if you love to get your info from written text.
Top Canadian ETFs for This Year and Beyond
With so many ETF options available, it can be hard for investors to know what to put into their portfolios. MoneySense’s executive editor, Lisa Hannam, hosts as journalist Michael McCullough looks at the makeup of the ETF market. Hewill share, based on MoneySense’s ETF All-Stars Report, the ETF products Canadians could consider buying today.
Allan Norman, MSc, CFP, CIM
All your FHSA questions answered
The first-home savings account is brand spanking new, and Canadians have questions. In the similar format of MoneySense’s popular Ask A Planner column, executive editor Lisa Hannam will ask Certified Financial Planner Allan Norman real questions from Canadians about the FHSA, from what it is to where to open this account.
Personal finance trends to plan for in 2023 and 2024
MoneySense executive editor Lisa Hannam and columnist Kyle Prevost work together on the popular column Making Sense of the Markets. It contextualizes headlines for Canadian investors, so together the duo will be looking at the headlines from the year and those to come, including interest rates, crypto (remember that asset?), employment, AI, GICs and so much more.