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Market Perspectives – Will you Still Feed Me, When I’m 64? – The Beatles

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Market Perspectives – iPhones, Commodities and the Infiltration of Short-Term Thinking

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Market Perspectives: The Great Divergence

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Market Perspectives: There’s Still Hope for the Patient

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Lyle Stein on BNN Market Call – July 4, 2014

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Good Investment Advice – Don’t Watch the Keeper

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Resources continue to drag down Canadian markets

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It is all about jobs

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Market Call

Lyle Stein tells Business News Network viewers to focus on resource stocks that pay dividends. Commentary on Leon Frazer’s 20% position in banks, including TD Bank and Scotia Bank. BNN clip from December 3, 2012. Click on picture to view.

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Why does the Leon Frazer dividend style work?

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What if the US avoids the Fiscal Cliff?

There is a lot of negativity surrounding capital markets, but with the right conditions stock markets could be flooded with money

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Dividend-growing stocks overcome market volatility

Further proof of the benefits of investing in dividend growers, in both up and down markets, revealed in new study

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Is there no end in sight to market volatility?

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Market Call

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“We want to collect dividends that grow,” Lyle Stein tells the Business News Network on Oct. 4, 2012. Includes commentary on Goldcorp, Research in Motion, Manulife, BCE and Apple

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Lyle Stein comments on the state of the markets and provides commentary to the Business News Network audience on Fortis, Potash Corp., and Royal Bank

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Reaping the benefits of living longer

By investing in dividend-growing companies, older Canadians can afford to live longer

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Equity markets continue to frustrate

The second quarter of 2012 was once again a difficult period for equity investors in both Canada and the United States, says the Q2 2012 Leon Frazer Quarterly Review

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The changing needs of baby boomers

As baby boomers age the demand for stable income growth with low volatility remains high

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The stunning fall of an important source of personal income

US interest income falls by almost $450 billion while dividend income continues to rise

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The case for dividend growth

While governments teeter on insolvency, there is room for companies to grow their dividends

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Turning the investment upside down

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The inverse of yield

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The myth of the bond safe haven

Despite market volatility high-yielding stocks fare better than bonds

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The ever-changing nature of the Toronto stock market index

While the industrial and forest product sectors have been gutted, the TSX index has beefed up on financials and gold

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“Financial oppression” and dividend-growing stocks

“Financial oppression” is a new term coined to describe today’s economic times – a time when governments set interest rates so low investors can’t maintain their standard of living. The only antidote? A dose of high-yielding equities

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Investing in a deleveraging world

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The aging population challenges investors

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A tale of two views

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Why the economic recovery will be very slow