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Brookfield Property Partners – Take your money and go

Brookfield Property Partners is a large, diversified global real estate company. The company owns, operates, and develops office, retail, multi-family, industrial, hospitality, triple net lease, student housing, and prefabricated properties. BPY.UN has total assets of approximately $ 88 billion.Brookfield Property Partners has 136 prime office properties totaling 96 million square feet in Gateway markets around the...

Dividend aristocrats in focus: Roper Technologies

Updated April 20, 2021 by Bob Ciura Roper Technologies has increased its dividend payout for 28 consecutive years, making it one of the Dividend Aristocrats. The Dividend Aristocrats are a select group of 65 stocks in the S&P 500 with more than 25 years of consecutive dividend increases. We believe the Dividend Aristocrats are some of the best long-term...

The list of dividend contenders for 2021

Updated April 20, 2021 by Bob Ciura Income investors may be tempted to buy stocks with the highest dividend yields. This is often a mistake, however, as extremely high yielding stocks are often in a dubious financial position. High yields are important, but we believe that focusing on quality is just as important. One way to measure the...

How do you keep your family informed about your investments and insurance?

The Covid-19 pandemic has adversely affected everyone. Each of us probably knows someone who has passed away or had a near death experience due to the pandemic. The premature death of a friend / family member / colleague also puts our own mortality into perspective. While you need to take precautions and avoid infection, you also need...

Signs That You Are Ready To Invest – Trading Blog

Basically the answer is as soon as possible. If you are concerned that now is not the right time for you to take the next step, just take a look below. You have paid off your high-interest debt When investing in the stock market, it is perfectly reasonable to expect a return of up to 8%. While...

Dividend growth stocks with a defined benefit pension

I turned 55 this year. It seems that with each birthday I think a little more and plan for retirement. I've long since decided that Social Security will not meet my retirement needs (and it was never intended). I belong to a smaller and smaller group that is still covered by a defined benefit Retirement...

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