• Monthly Individual BUY/SELL Reports on a Diverse Range of Quality Cash Producing, High Potential Dividend/Growth Stocks – emailed directly to you.
  • Gain Access to KeyStone’s Risk-Categorized Model Portfolios to Help Build and Monitor Your Income/Growth Stock Portfolio Over time (Conservative, Moderate, and Aggressive) via your KeyStone Account.
  • Monthly Updated Reports and Flash Updates (6-10) on Previously Recommended Stocks
  • Access to our Bi-Monthly Analyst Hosted Chat Session.

KeyStone’s Income/Growth Stock Research Service provides retail and professional investors with independent BUY/SELL advice on Canada’s top Dividend Growth Stocks – tracking & continually updating 3 model income producing portfolios in each monthly edition for your RRSP, TFSA, or Regular Investing Accounts:

  1. Aggressive Growth (8-10 Stocks)
  2. Moderate Growth (8-10 Stocks)
  3. Conservative Growth (8-10 Stocks)

Choose the portfolio(s) that suits your income investment style and let our trusted independent analysts provide you the straightforward BUY/SELL advice each month to help you profit in the markets long-term.

Or Utilize our;

4. Exclusive Hybrid Portfolio (8-10 Stocks)

8-10 Dividend Growth Stocks culled from our Aggressive, Moderate, and Conservative portfolios above. Basically, this portfolio is a blend of our current top recommendations from each portfolio that you can replicate in your own discount brokerage account– benefiting from our specific BUY/SELL/HOLD recommendations over time.

Your annual subscription to our Income/Growth Stock Service provides you with:

Real Time Dividend Stock Research (each month)

  • Monthly BUY/SELL Stock Report Recommendations.
  • Regular BUY/SELL Updates on Previously Recommended Stocks.
  • New Interactive Bi-Monthly (26 per year) Q&A Chat Sessions (link to page describing chat Sessions) Hosted by KeyStone Analysts – no other service offers you this type of analyst interaction.
  • Exclusive Hybrid Portfolio – our current Top Recommendations from each portfolio.
  • New Strategies including “How to Create Your Own TFSA Income Producing Portfolio!”
  • Cutting Edge Market Commentary.


  • New “Active” Model Income Portfolios (divided into risk categories – up to 10 stocks per portfolio). Designed for you to replicate within your discount brokerage account.
  • Monthly Updated Ratings on our Aggressive, Moderate, and Conservative Income Producing Portfolios.
  • All “Special Reports” Associated with our Income/Growth Stock Research including; KeyStone’s Canadian REIT Report” (value $199), KeyStone’s U.S. Dividend All-Start Report (value $199), KeyStone’s Oil & Gas High-Yield Report (value $199), KeyStone’s Canadian Bank Stock Survey (Value $199), and many more.

New Special Bonus

You receive our 75 page starter guide, KeyStone’s Equity PlayBook – designed to take clients through every step of the stock investment process from finding the best discount brokerage, to allocating the appropriate level of cash in your Small-Cap and/or Income Stock portfolios to knowing what to BUY, when to SELL and everything in between – a great tool for novice and experienced investors alike.

Start Building Your Income & Growth Portfolio Today!

By subscribing to KeyStone’s Income/Growth Stock Research Service you can start building your income/growth producing portfolio immediately, or re-tool a portfolio you already have.

Dividends are stocks’ secret weapon. They enable both superior long-term growth and immediate income. The secret to achieving these seemingly opposed goals lies in how you deploy the dividends. Because dividend stocks serve either goal so well, they may be the best investment anyone can own long term.The stocks with the best total returns are not the headline-grabbing high-growth, high-priced, “latest great thing” issues. They are not start-up stocks. The champions in the best-total-returns game are dividend-paying stocks.

Just Take a Quick Look at this Chart Notice 3 things:

1) The total return from dividend-paying stocks far exceeds the return from non- dividend-paying stocks, with the gap widening steadily over time.

2) Even during the high-flying bull market of 1982-2000, when so much total return came from price increases, dividend stocks outperformed non-dividend stocks handily.

3) When the dot-com bubble crashed in 2000 through 2002, the dividend paying stocks held their own compared to the steep losses of the non-dividend payers. And that was no fluke: Look at the crash of 1974 -see how much better the dividend payers held up then, too.