Financial Independence – Are We There Yet?

The ultimate goal, here at Avrex Money, is to achieve Financial Independence. This blog has been in existence for three years. During this time, I have written a whopping total of 22 posts. Wow! With that output rate, I can officially declare myself, the “Least Prolific Personal Finance Blogger in Canada.” 🙂 Why have I […]

Canadian Companies : The Piotroski F-Score

In a previous post, I discussed The Piotroski F-Score, as a metric to assist in determining the financial health of a company. Review the post, The Piotroski F-Score, to see how this score is calculated. Today, let’s apply this metric to our home market: Canada. Here are the Piotroski F-Scores for companies in the S&P/TSX […]

2014 Winter Olympics – Predicted Medal Totals – Plus 17 Key Events for Canada

Normally at AvrexMoney, we discuss topics on Investing and Saving you money. Today, we’ll take a little detour as I share with you one of my other passions. The Olympics. And more specifically, Canada at the Olympics. How will Canada perform at these Olympics? To get the answer, let’s look and see what the bookmakers […]

Should I be take risks with my TFSA?

Although the TFSA is called a ‘savings account’, it should be considered an ‘investment account’. Some individuals have taken on risks, to grow their accounts far beyond their initial contributions. Similar to the Financial Post’s query earlier this year, MoneySense magazine was also asking it’s readers to let them know how well they were doing […]

S&P / TSX Composite Index – Company Dividend Yields and Rates

Here is the dividend yields and dividend growth rates for all companies in the S&P / TSX Composite Index. The table is sorted by Company Name, but feel free to sort by any column, or use the Search box to find your favorite company (for example: Royal Bank) Last updated: Sept 17, 2013. [table id=11 […]