David Dittman

David Dittman is the editor of Australian Edge. Mr. Dittman’s valuable contributions on economic, regulatory and legislative changes help subscribers make informed decisions about investing in high-dividend-paying Australian and Canadian companies. He began his career at Investing Daily as deputy managing editor before serving as managing editor and then executive editor. Mr. Dittman is a reformed lawyer with a juris doctor from Villanova University School of Law. He’s also a former stockbroker who worked the fixed-income desk for a two-man team managing more than $100 million in assets.

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Australian Edge

Australian Edge recommends Australian stocks that have strong balance sheets, high dividend yields and extraordinary growth potential. Australian Edge is suitable for any safety-seeking investor who is looking for aggressive income and substantial capital gains while avoiding the debt crisis and economic problems will...
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Ag Growth International (AFN.TO)

Back on track after fourth-quarter shipment delays, this agricultural equipment manufacturer pays a hefty dividend yield of 4.59%, paid monthly. Ag Growth International (AFN.TO) from Canadian Edge Last fall, Ag Growth International (AFN.TO, AGGZF), the farm equipment maker reported outstanding third-quarter results, including a solid outlook its...
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Newalta Corp. (NAL)

Today’s recommendation is a TSX-listed waste recovery firm that has been experiencing robust growth and offers a modest dividend. The company’s aggressive expansion has been driving strong growth in revenue and earnings, which should support the dividend, currently around 3%. Newalta Corp. (NAL) from Canadian Edge  Robust in...
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Encana Corp (ECA)

Today’s recommendation is a turnaround candidate from the natural gas space. After a long downward slide in its share price, the company is showing a willingness to get creative about increasing shareholder value, including selling assets and reducing its long-standing quarterly dividend. Results be...
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Rio Tinto plc (RIO)

"Investors remain on hair-trigger alert for any sign of weakness, anywhere. Fear is the dominant emotion, which makes trading in relatively volatile metals and other resources stocks a dicey business. But if you’re looking to establish a long-term position in a high-quality company solid...
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