Globe Investor’s Strategy Lab puts to the test four classic ways of evaluating stocks. Watch and participate as some of Canada’s brightest investors go head to head in a battle for portfolio supremacy.
Each of our four strategists started with a hypothetical $50,000 portfolio. They are each allowed to hold five to 12 Canadian or U.S. securities and trade as often or as little as they see fit.
Globe investing reporter John Heinzl is the dividend investor. He believes that if you focus on solid companies that reward you with rising dividends – supported by growing profits – the stock price will eventually follow.
Norman Rothery, who owns the Stingy Investor site and writes the Rothery Report, is our value investor. He believes wise investors should be prepared for the mood swings of the markets and try to take advantage of them.
Our growth investor, Chris Umiastowski, is an entrepreneur, consultant, and former TD Securities analyst, who spent 11 years covering tech stocks. His style is to look for the common themes that are propelling the next wave of business and technological innovation.
Andrew Hallam, a “wealthy school teacher” and our index investor, believes a diversified, low-cost portfolio of exchange-traded funds is the best choice for people who are interested in growing their wealth but have a realistic sense of how hard it is to consistently beat the markets.
Among these four portfolios, you’re sure to find inspiration for your own investing. Join in and follow along at tgam.ca/strategy-lab.
This month, Globe Investor highlights some of the best features of our website with Globe Investor Tips. Look for more tips at tgam.ca/globeinvestor-tips .