INVESTOR RELATION FIRM CANADA
Rain Communications is a full service investor relations firm specializing in early stage mining and exploration companies. Our Investor relations’ professionals introduce the extensive network of finance professionals; investors and media contacts in our portfolio to companies we feel are undervalued and poised for growth. Corporate communications is our business; we thrive on providing effective two-way communication between companies, the financial community and other constituencies.
The combination of our leadership and investor communications provides our clients with the soundest corporate communications advice in the business. With an established market in Canada, we give our clients the edge in all their investment endeavors.
Strong and stable free cash flow generation
We have established a track record of strong and stable free cash flow generation supported by our industry leading corporate communication consultants.
Experienced and proven leadership team:
We have an experienced, dedicated, and highly regarded management team averaging more than a decade of experience and success. Our investor relations’ services provide companies in Canada and abroad, the winning hand in all of their investment holdings.
HOW TO BUY STOCKS IN CANADA
Canada is one of the wealthiest nations in the world. According to stats Canada, in 2010 it had a gross domestic product of $1.574 trillion. With a natural resource base that is one of the largest in the world, buying stocks in Canada has become one of the first places international investors look for to invest.
BENEFITS OF INVESTING IN CANADA
Strong Natural Resources:
With an extensive natural resources base that ranges from crude oil to precious metals, Canada has avoided many of the same problems other developed countries have faced as net energy importers.
Stable Inflation Rates:
Unlike many emerging markets, Canada has a very stable inflation rate. Investing in stocks in Canada is a safe bet due to it’s stable inflation rate. Canada has a tight monetary policy with with target interest rates of 1.0% and more conservative bailout policies.
Low Budget Deficit:
Canada’s budget deficit was just 2.1% compared to around 9.8% in the United States in 2010, and it compares even better to many troubled European and Asian countries. This means more long term growth for stock trading in Canada.
Investing in Canadian Stocks & Bonds
Buying and obtaining stock information in Canada can be done in a number of ways. Stock information can Investors with a more hands on approach can purchase Canadian stocks and bonds directly through the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) Canadian Stock Exchange (CNSX) or other Canadian Stock exchanges. Some of the US stock exchanges like E*trade support trading on the TSX and TSXV exchanges, but other brokerage houses may not support such functionality.
Most of the largest companies trading in Canada are listed in the S&P/TSX 60 index, while up and coming companies are listed on the TSX Venture 50 index. As a result, investors looking for a place to start when buying Canadian stocks may want to contact and investor relations firm before purchasing.