TFSA: Save Your Cash From a Market Crash the Buffett Way

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No matter how much you say that I can take risks when you lose money in the stock market, it pinches. Warren Buffett is the most celebrated value investor as he takes calculative risks. He has lived through several market crashes, such as the 1987 Black Monday, the 2000 dot-com bubble, and the 2008 financial crisis. And in all crashes, he has made money. Hence, many investors follow Buffett’s advice.

Buffett’s crisis experience saved his cash from a market crash 

In the 2020 pandemic crisis, Buffett was selling more than buying. He remained on the sidelines and studied the impact the pandemic had on the stock market. Hence, he rushed to sell airline stocks, realizing that it’s no use keeping the money in them as they aren’t returning to profits for the next foreseeable future and that it’s better to keep hard cash.

In the six months since March’s sell-off, the stock market rallied while the economy crashed. The market rally was driven by the stimulus money people received. Many Canadians spent their $2,000 Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) money on inflating Shopify’s stock price to $1,450 from $499. Buffett knew that jumping into this rally won’t fetch him returns for 10 years – and that’s exactly that happened.

Shopify stock’s rally came to a standstill in July, and it got stuck in the $1,200-$1,500 price range. Investors went so bullish on the stock that they priced it for 10 years. This happened with all virus stocks like Kinaxis and Descartes Systems. Hence, these overvalued stocks slumped on vaccine news. The COVID-19 vaccine will burst the pandemic bubble and turn the tides.

Buffett’s learnings from past market crashes 

Learning from the past market crashes, Buffett knew there are plenty of value stocks in a market crash. These stocks will not be cheap when the economy recovers. Hence, buy a value stock while the pandemic is still there. The markets grow significantly after downturns as they are in a recovery phase.

The Toronto Stock Exchange saw a glimpse of this recovery this month. All pandemic-hit stocks like airlines, energy, and real estate jumped on COVID-19 vaccine news. They surged to their all-time high in the post-pandemic era. It will still take a year or two for these stocks to recover to the pre-pandemic levels.

If there is a second market crash, the overvalued virus stocks will perish, and the pandemic-hit stocks will flourish. Hence, Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway made its biggest investment of US$10 billion in acquiring Dominion Energy’s natural gas transmission company.

The Canadian counterpart of Dominion Energy is Enbridge (TSX:ENB)(NYSE:ENB). Buffett also made some smaller purchases: US$564 million in Barrick Gold and US$318.36 million in Suncor Energy.

Protect your cash from another market crash

If you want to replicate Buffett’s magic, invest your money wisely through Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA). If you have $10,000 cash to invest, put $8,000 in Enbridge, $1,800 in Suncor Energy, and $200 in Barrick Gold. I would not recommend buying gold stocks at all if it wasn’t to protect your cash from a market crash. Gold stocks rise when the currency falls. Other than that, gold stocks don’t generate returns.

Your high exposure to Enbridge will go a long way. Enbridge transmits oil and natural gas through its pipelines. It doesn’t have exposure to oil prices but to oil demand. The pandemic reduced oil demand, and therefore, the volume transmitted through Enbridge’s pipelines.

Hence, its stock was trading at a 35% discount, inflating its dividend yield to as high as 8.8%. The stock has started on its road to recovery, rising 11% so far this month on vaccine news.

This is your last chance to lock in a high dividend yield of 7.95%. When the economy recovers, its dividend yield will likely return to 5.8%-6%, and you will lose out on the chance to get a 35% capital appreciation.

In dollar terms, a delay in investing $8,000 in Enbridge will cost you $3,100. Similarly, a delay in investing $1,800 in Suncor could cost you around $1,400.

Now, is the time to buy before it is too late.

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Got a Few Dollars to Spare? Snap Up These 3 Under-$10, High-Growth Stocks Now

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If you have got only a few dollars to spare and want to start investing, worry not. Investing in stocks, even with small amounts, can generate a considerable amount of wealth in the long term. Several TSX-listed stocks are trading at smaller dollar amounts but have strong fundamentals that could help these companies to outperform the broader markets in the long run. 

So, if you want to start investing with a small budget, consider buying these under-$10, high-growth TSX stocks right now. 

Kinross Gold: CMP $9.83

The uptick in economic activities and positive development over the COVID-19 vaccine has led to a correction in the shares of the gold-mining companies. However, the recent pullback presents an excellent opportunity to buy and hold the shares of top gold producers to outperform the broader markets in the long term. 

At the current market price (CMP) of $9.83, Kinross Gold (TSX:K)(NYSE:KGC) stock looks highly attractive. Kinross Gold stock has corrected nearly 28% from its peak in 2020 and is trading at a forward EV/EBITDA multiple of 3.8, reflecting a 30% discount to its peer group average of 5.5. 

Besides offering good value, Kinross Gold has also reinstated its quarterly dividend payment. The company announced a quarterly dividend of US$0.03 per share, reflecting a decent yield of 1.6%. 

Kinross Gold’s increasing production, declining costs, attractive valuation and decent dividend yield provide a strong base for a massive rally in its stock in the coming years. 

Goodfood Market: CMP $9.14

Investors looking for a high-growth stock under $10 should consider buying the shares of Goodfood Market (TSX:FOOD). Goodfood Market is growing at a breakneck pace, thanks to consumers’ rapid shift towards online grocery. While the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the transition, I believe the structural shift is likely to sustain and provide a multi-year growth opportunity for Goodfood Market. 

Goodfood Market offers online grocery and meal kit delivery services and has strong last-mile delivery capabilities. The online grocer is witnessing strong growth in its active subscriber base, which stood at 280,000 at the end of the last reported quarter, reflecting year-over-year growth of about 40%. 

Goodfood Market’s strong geographic presence, customer-centric offerings, and robust delivery capabilities position it well to benefit from the rapid adoption of online grocery and support the rally in its stock. 

BlackBerry: CMP $7.55

The growing cybersecurity threats and gradual recovery in the automotive sector lay the foundation for a strong rebound in BlackBerry (TSX:BB)(NYSE:BB) stock. While the company’s security solutions business continues to witness sustained demand, the recovery in auto production indicates an acceleration in its top-line growth rate in the coming quarters. 

BlackBerry’s core Spark platform continues to perform well, thanks to the strong customer interest and growing demand. The company’s growing customer base and low churn rate are encouraging signs. Meanwhile, its strong recurring software product revenues and focus on reducing debt bode well for growth.

BlackBerry stock is still down about 10% year to date and presents a good entry point for long-term investors. 

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3 Steps to Find Top Dividend Stocks to Buy in November 2020

Low interest rates mean that dividend stocks may become increasingly popular among investors. In many cases, they offer significantly higher returns than other income-producing assets such as bonds and cash.

However, there is more to successful dividend investing than simply buying high-yielding stocks. Considering a company’s financial position, long-term outlook and the affordability of its dividends could lead to less risk and higher returns.

Buying dividend stocks with affordable payouts

Purchasing dividend stocks with high yields is of little use to an investor if they are unaffordable. As such, it is crucial to check that a company can pay its dividends – even if there is a period of weaker operating conditions ahead.

Assessing a company’s dividend affordability can be done through comparing its net profit to its shareholder payouts. Dividing net profit by dividends paid shows how many times a company could have made its shareholder payouts. A figure of more than one means that it had headroom when doing so. This may become an increasingly valuable requirement due to the uncertain economic outlook that could cause profitability across a wide range of sectors to come under pressure.

Financial strength

Dividend stocks with solid financial positions may mean less risk for income investors. For example, a company that has a strong balance sheet with modest debt may be better able to survive an uncertain economic period. It may not need to reduce dividends to service debt or pay operating expenses. This may result in a more reliable dividend for investors, as well as a stronger share price performance.

Analysing a company’s financial position can be undertaken via its investor updates and annual reports. They paint a picture of its financial standing that can be used to assess its risks. By looking at a longer period of updates, it may be possible to gauge how a company’s strategy is impacting on its financial position. This may provide income investors with a greater insight into how the company is run, and how its dividends could change in future.

Long-term growth outlook

Dividend stocks can become increasingly attractive if they are able to raise shareholder payouts at a fast pace. As such, assessing a company’s long-term profit growth outlook could be a means of identifying the most attractive income investing opportunities.

Companies that have the capacity to adapt to changing consumer tastes may prove to be more successful in the long run. Similarly, companies with wide economic moats may face fewer challenges during economic turmoil and may also be able to generate higher profit growth in a period of economic growth.

Clearly, dividend stocks can experience unforeseen difficulties. Therefore, it is crucial to buy a diverse range of companies within a portfolio so that risk is spread among a broad spectrum of regions and sectors. This can lead to a more reliable passive income and higher returns in the long run.

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3 Reasons to Not Buy a House in Canada Right Now

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If you take a look at an average Canadian’s balance sheet, you will notice that most of their funds are tied up in their house. It is the case with most younger Canadians who have yet to diversify their portfolios with other assets, while others do this on purpose.

For Canadians, buying and owning a house as an investment has been an outstanding long-term strategy. If you consider the astronomical growth of housing prices in markets like Vancouver and Toronto, buying a house makes sense.

However, it might not be the wisest decision to try and buy a house right now. I will discuss three reasons why it is not the best time to buy a house. Additionally, I will discuss a better way for you to take advantage of the real estate sector.

Housing market bubble risk

The UBS Global Real Estate Bubble Index 2020 cited Toronto as the only North American city at risk of a real estate bubble. This report places the Canadian city in the bubble risk for the third year in a row.

The housing market managed to pull through without declining for the last two years. However, the pandemic and its economic impact could catalyze the imminent burst that the housing prices have managed to avoid for so long.

Buying a house right now could expose you to substantial losses if the housing market bubble bursts, because it will significantly devalue your investment.

It’s an illiquid investment

The second reason you might not want to buy a house right now is due to its illiquid status. Canadians who own a house take a lot of pride in the amount of equity they have in their home. Making the final mortgage payment must be an incredible feeling, but home equity is not a great asset.

Tying up so much of your capital in a single asset just makes it sit there doing nothing. It will not generate any income for you, and you cannot sell it immediately for a profit on your investment if you plan on moving somewhere else.

Even if you manage to pay off your mortgage and end up completely owning the house, you will not have much liquidity due to the investment. As the pandemic has shown, it is necessary to retain some liquidity to make it through challenging circumstances.

There are better ways to buy real estate

The last reason it might not be the best time to buy a house in Canada right now is the availability of better ways to invest in real estate. Many Canadians are investing in real estate investment trusts (REITs) to take advantage of the real estate sector’s movements without all the troubles of buying a house.

REITs like SmartCentres REIT (TSX:SRU.UN) generate significant income, come with professional managers who do all the work, and are currently on sale due to the pandemic.

SmartCentres is one of Canada’s largest and fully integrated REITs. The REIT is paying its shareholders at a massive 7.58% dividend yield at its valuation of $24.42 per share at writing. The REIT is suffering during the pandemic due to the losses for retailers that constitute most of SmartCentres’s tenant base.

However, Walmart is offsetting the losses for the REIT. The anchor tenant accounts for 70% of SmartCentres’s total properties.

Foolish takeaway

Despite the challenges, REITs like SmartCentres can provide you with much better exposure to real estate than buying a house. You can trade the shares of REITs like stocks on the TSX. You can buy as many shares as you can afford. Additionally, you can quickly sell shares to gain instant liquidity and profits if you buy low and sell high.

If you choose to remain invested in a REIT, you can leverage the monthly returns that they are legally obliged to pay unitholders.

If you are interested in the real estate sector, I would advise investing in a REIT like SmartCentres instead of tying up your funds in an illiquid asset class that is on the verge of a major decline.

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Chase College Checking $100 Sign-Up Bonus Offer

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Take advantage of Chase College Checking bonuses, promotions and offers here. Get your Chase Coupon to apply here!

If you are a college student 17 to 24 years old with proof of student status, you can now open a Chase College CheckingSM in-branch and qualify for a $100 bonus.

The Chase Student Checking account comes with free Chase Debit Card, free Online Banking and Online Bill Pay, free Mobile Banking, free Account Alerts, and free access to Chase ATMs and branches plus many more.

I’ll go over the Chase College Checking offer below.

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Chase College CheckingSM $100 Bonus


Simply click on the promotional button below and input your email to receive the coupon code for your Chase College Checking bonus. Then take it in branch to open your account.

Within 60 days of account opening, complete 10 qualifying transactions. After you have completed the requirements, receive $100 within 10 business days.

  • Account Type: Chase College CheckingSM
  • Availability: AZ, CA, CO, CT, FL, GA, ID, IL, IN, KY, LA, MI, NJ, NV, NY, OH, OK, OR, TX, UT, WA, WI, WV (Bank Locator)
  • Credit Inquiry: Soft Pull
  • Opening Deposit: $0
  • Direct Deposit Requirement: No
  • Monthly Fee: $0 for students with 5 year college enrollment; otherwise $6, see below on how to waive
  • Additional Requirements: College student must be 17 – 24 years old to open a Chase College Checking account and must provide a valid student ID or proof of enrollment/acceptance, college name, and expected graduation date at account opening
  • Closing Account Fee: Must wait at least 6 months, otherwise $100 bonus will revert back.

(Expires 01/18/2021)

The information for the Chase College CheckingSM account has been collected independently by HustlerMoneyBlog. The product details on this page have not been reviewed or provided by the bank.

How To Earn The $100 Bonus

HOW TO EARN THE BONUSACCOUNT FEATURESFINE PRINT
  • Students can enter your email to receive a Chase College CheckingSM coupon and visit a Chase branch to open a Chase College CheckingSM account.
  • New Chase customers must be 17 – 24 years old to open a Chase College CheckingSM account and must provide a valid student ID or proof of enrollment/acceptance, college name, and expected graduation date at account opening.
  • Deposit $0 or more at account opening, and complete 10 qualifying transactions within 60 days of account opening.
  • After you have completed all the above requirements and the 10 qualifying transactions have posted to your account, Chase will deposit the bonus in your new account within 10 business days.
  • Get $100 as a new Chase checking customer when you open a Chase College CheckingSM account and complete 10 qualifying transactions within 60 days of account opening.
  • Chase College CheckingSM account offer is NOT available to existing Chase checking customers, those with fiduciary accounts, those whose accounts have been closed within 90 days or those with accounts closed with a negative balance.
  • The bonus will be deposited within 10 business days after all the requirements have been met.
  • Qualifying Transactions: Debit card purchases, online bill payments, checks paid, Chase QuickDepositSM, Chase QuickPay®, or direct deposits

Chase College Checking Benefits

  • Low Monthly Fee: Even though the account has a $6 fee, it’s so easy to avoid that it’s practically nonexistent. If you’re a college student, you will have no monthly fees for 5 years. If you have direct deposit, then the $6 monthly fee is waived.
  • Thousands of ATMs & branches: Access to Chase ATMs and branches so you’re sure to find one near you.
  • Send money to your friends: Send and receive money in moments with practically anyone using Chase QuickPay with Zelle®.
  • Banking at your fingertips: Download the Chase Mobile® app Footnote to check your balance on your mobile device, and sign up for customized text alerts Footnote to see when your balance reaches certain limits.
  • Zero Liability Protection: You won’t pay for unauthorized card transactions if you notify Chase promptly (see your account agreement for limitations and details).
  • 24/7 Customer Service: Help is available online or by phone anytime, or in one of their branches during banking hours.
  • Save at ATMs: Use your Chase debit card at any bank’s ATM and Chase will waive the fee and reimburse their fee for up to 5 transactions per month.
  • Online Banking and Bill Pay: Pay bills and transfer money in minutes virtually whenever and wherever you like.
  • Account Alerts: Use phone alerts to control your finances, keep your accounts safe, and help avoid overdrafts.
  • Chase Debit Card: Access cash at over 16,000 ATMs and make purchases anywhere that accepts Visa debit cards.

Chase College Checking Fees

The Chase College CheckingSM account comes with many fees on transactions that are domestic and international. Some of the fees will apply when there are insufficient funds, not a Chase ATM, and overdraft fees.

Be careful when using your Chase College CheckingSM account to avoid as many fees as possible! Some fees you may want to look out for are:

Type Amount
Monthly Maintenance Fee $6
Non-Chase ATM $2.50 for any inquiries, transfers or withdrawals while using a non-Chase ATM in the U.S., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Fees from the ATM owner still apply.

$5 per withdrawal and $2.50 for any transfers or inquiries at ATMs outside the U.S., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Fees from the ATM owner still apply.

Card Replacement $5
Overdraft Fee $34
Extended Overdraft $15
Stop Payment $30

For more details on Chase College CheckingSM account fees, refer to Chase’s terms and fees page.

Chase Mobile Banking

Available for select mobile devices. Enroll in Chase online or on the Chase Mobile® Banking app. Deposits made through the Chase Mobile® App are subject to deposit limits and funds are typically available by next business day.

The Chase Mobile® Banking app is easy to use and convenient for access to your account balances.

Use the Chase Mobile® Banking App to:

Check Account ActivityMake a Chase PaymentMake a TransferHow To Get Started
  • View Account Balances
  • Monitor Account Activity
  • View Check Images
  • View Deposits and Deposit Slips
  • Select account to pay by Taping “Pay Credit Card”.
  • Choose the account you wish to make the payment from and the payment date.
  • Choose the amount you would like to pay or enter a different amount.
  • Submit, Verify, Schedule, and Confirm your payment.
  • Click on the menu icon in the top left corner and tap “Transfer Money”, then tap “Schedule Transfer”.
  • Select the account you want to make the transfer from, where you are transferring the money, and the amount you wish to transfer.
  • Review the information selected, verify the information and select “Submit Transfer” to finish the transfer.
  • For external account, you will first need to verify the information whether it is logging in to your external account’s online bank account via the Chase website or waiting a few business days for Chase to verify the account with trial deposits.
  • For internal accounts, simply just press and transfer!
  • Download the Chase Mobile® Banking app from your mobile device’s app store.
  • Sign up if you have not already and Log on.
  • Verify you identity and Register your device with the Verification Code.

Chase Quickpay with Zelle

Paying your friends and family cannot get any easier when you can simply send money to another person with just their email or phone number. Chase QuickPay® with Zelle® is accessible through online banking and Chase’s mobile banking apps and it is completely free.

The great part is that the recipients get the money directly in their bank accounts! It is now easier to send and receive money from others, no matter where they bank.

Use the Chase Mobile® Banking App to:

Send Money:

  1. Log in to the Chase Mobile® Banking app.
  2. Tap the menu icon on the top left corner and select “QuickPay with Zelle”.
  3. Select recipients from your contact list, verify your account and amount and then tap “Send money”.
  4. You will receive a confirmation of the money sent.

How to get started:

  1. Log in to the Chase Mobile® Banking App.
  2. Tap the menu icon on the top left corner and select “QuickPay with Zelle“.
  3. Tap “Get started”, register and verify your email and being using!

Compare with Other Chase Checking Offers

Make sure to take advantage of this great Chase College Checking offer and sign up today. Also, don’t forget to see our complete listing of bank promotions from Chase below!

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Bottom Line

Overall, the Chase Student Checking is a great account to consider for all the college students out there. Request your bonus coupon now and open your Chase College CheckingSM account at your nearest Chase branch today.

The requirements are pretty straightforward and once completed, you’ll receive your bonus within 10 business days. Cha-ching, $100 in your Chase College Checking bonus so you can spend it or save it!

Keep in mind this bonus promotion is not available to existing Chase checking customers, those with fiduciary accounts, or those whose accounts have been closed within 90 days or closed with a negative balance.

Let us know your thoughts and experience with this bonus by commenting below. Also, don’t forget to check out all the latest Chase Credit Cards and Chase Coupons on our exclusive list!

You can also view our list of the best student checking accounts.

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