Reporter and Columnist,
John Heinzl, a reporter and columnist for GlobeInvestor.com, has been writing about business and investing since 1990. He writes Investor Clinic, a weekly, in-depth feature that aims to educate and inform investors who want to take control of their money, and is host of a weekly video by the same name (www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/investment-ideas/features/investor-clinic/clinic-video). Mr. Heinzl is a graduate of the University of Western Ontarios Graduate School of Journalism.
The main reason to have registered accounts, such as RRSPs and TFSAs, has everything to do with withholding taxes, says John Heinzl, of the Globe and Mail.
Analysts use a series of calculations to determine the price target of a stock over a certain period of time, however, says John Heinzl, of the Globe and Mail, sometimes these price determinations are met with skepticism.
By exploring Ryan Crowther's "discounted cash flow analysis" strategy, John Heinzl, of the Globe and Mail, maps out five potential stocks for you to consider for future growth.
Investors looking for a source of stable dividends should consider preferred shares, says John Heinzl, of the Globe and Mail. He dissects the pros and cons of them as a whole, and offers a few possibilities for you to consider.