The =googlefinance() function in Google Sheets
The =googlefinance() function is broken. It's an issue being reported by users all around the world in the last few days. Hopefully it is resolved soon. It doesn't stop us from still buying good dividend stocks though. Today I am on the lookout for the best Canadian dividend stocks in my portfolio to add to, and decided on two utility stocks, and one consumer staple stock. Two of the stocks that I pick today are dividend aristocrats, and the other has a monthly dividend.
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You can get the Dividend Screener Google Sheet that I usually use in the videos here.
Disclaimer: I am not a financial professional or advisor. Nothing on this website or the associated social media accounts constitutes financial advice. I'm just documenting my own investing journey and don't suggest that you do the same. Investing is risky, so make your own decisions or hire a qualified professional make them for you.
I'm documenting the growth of a Canadian dividend investing portfolio and make videos about dividend investing, Canadian stocks, Wealthsimple Trade, Google Sheets, personal finance, and passive income.