Monthly Archive:: November 2021

Grayscale Launches Solana Trust — Company Now Manages $54 Billion Across 16 Crypto Investment Funds

Grayscale Investments has launched a solana trust. The company now has nearly $54 billion

Market Pullback: Should You Bail on Energy Stocks?

The S&P/TSX Composite Index was down a whopping 344 points in late-morning trading on

Want to Double Your Money? Buy These 2 Canadian Stocks

Although most Canadian stocks have had a strong performance over the last year and

3 Cheap Canadian Stocks to Buy Amid the Recent Pullback

Amid the resurgence of COVID-19 cases worldwide due to the new variant, Omicron, the

TabTrader Token Is Launching on AcceleRaytor and Solanium

press release PRESS RELEASE. Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 29th of November, 2021: TabTrader is excited

Air Canada (TSX:AC) Stock Could DOUBLE by 2022: Here’s How

Air Canada (TSX:AC) keeps setting up progress, and the COVID-19 virus keeps knocking it

Bitcoin Mining Company Griid Plans for Public Listing on NYSE via SPAC Deal

After the vertically integrated bitcoin self-mining company Griid revealed it secured a $525 million

Homebuyers Blinded by Low Mortgage Rates Are Making These 3 Costly Errors

For the last year and a half, low mortgage rates have prompted many Canadians

Is Avalanche the Next Bitcoin?

With the cryptocurrency industry continuing its impressive rally from 2020 into 2021, several attractive

Look Out, Scotia Rewards Members: Scene+ Could Amp Up Your Earnings in 2022. Here’s What You Should Know

For years, Scotia Rewards has been one of the most powerful rewards programs in

Why Ethereum Could Eventually Pass Bitcoin in Market Cap

The Ethereum (CRYPTO:ETH) versus Bitcoin (CRYPTO:BTC) discussion is one that’s been raging for some time.

Galaxy Digital Plans to Raise $500 Million in Debt Market to ‘Accelerate Growth Initiatives’

Galaxy Digital Holdings Ltd. has revealed the firm is looking to raise $500 million

3 Qualities to Look for in Dividend Stocks

Investing in dividend stocks can be beneficial to all investors. For dividend investors, the

Before You Say No to a Credit Card With Annual Fees, Do This First

An annual fee is what some credit card providers charge to cardholders in exchange

Millennials: The 3 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy Before December

Millennial investors have been thrown some interesting challenges over the past decade. This demographic

Will Air Canada (TSX:AC) Return to Pre-Pandemic Financial Shape in 2022?

On November 19, 2021, Air Canada (TSX:AC) issued a press release saying it no

3 of the Best Canadian Growth Stocks That Just Went on Sale

Over the last few weeks, and especially last Friday, we have started to see

2 Stocks That Could Set You up for Life

Stock market investing has made early investors multi-millionaires over the last few decades, provided

3 TSX Stocks I’m Buying Wherever the Market Goes

The resurgent coronavirus continues to add uncertainty, leading many to believe that a stock

Struggling to Save Money? Get Your First $1,000 With These Tips From Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett is one of the wealthiest self-made persons in the world. But unlike

The 3 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy in Canada in December 2021

The best dividend stocks to buy in Canada should give you a safe and

These Costly Mistakes Could Make Your Side Hustle Not Worth the Effort

In case you haven’t noticed, side gigs are hot right now. According to a

This One Simple Trick Will Help You 2x, 5x, or 10x Your Aeroplan Rewards

Everyone knows the basics of earning Aeroplan rewards, right? You get an Aeroplan credit

Millennials Want to Shop Local: How to Make Them Loyal Fans of Your Small Business

Surprise: millennials love small businesses. Not surprisingly, however, millennials are not exactly the easiest

Finance Committee Approves Legislation Delaying Crypto Tax in South Korea

Changes meant to postpone the introduction of a tax on virtual assets such as

1 Reason This Top Canadian Gold Miner Could Surge

Those searching for value in today’s market certainly have quite the task on their

No Housing Crash Next Year — But Mortgage Rates Could Hit 2%

Some Canadians are racing against time and obtaining pre-approved mortgages before the interest rate