Canadian Stocks – September 2014

Sept 2014

Winter in September – Snow and Hockey Need my dividends to plan a winter escape

Here is a list of Canadian stocks and their corresponding scores using my crude metrics.

No matter where you are, you should have a Canadian bank or two in your portfolio.  It’s just a matter of when to buy.  The banks have had a good run, but are on a bit of pullback right now.

I am always leery of the resource stocks as they are so volatile, but many of them do provide good and growing dividends and lots of upside potential.  But again, when to buy.

Company Ticker Score Dividend Yield
Nat’l Bank of Canada NA.TO 58 3.79
Husky Energy HSE.TO 65 3.73
Bank of Nova Scotia BNS.TO 66 3.63
Agrium, Inc. AGU 69 3.85
Russel Metals RUS.TO 71 4.21
Can. Imperial Bank CM.TO 75 3.76
Bank of Montreal BMO.TO 78 3.73
Shaw Commun. ‘B’ SJRB.TO 78 3.97
Toronto-Dominion TD.TO 79 3.49
Teck Resources Ltd. ‘B’ TCKB.TO 80 4.25
TELUS Corporation T.TO 83 4.1
Manitoba Telecom Svcs. MBT.TO 84 5.62
Can. Natural Res. CNQ.TO 85 2.16
Power Financial PWF 88 4
BCE Inc. BCE 88 5.65
Royal Bank of Canada RY.TO 90 3.62
Great West GWO 94 4
Suncor Energy SU.TO 95 2.59
Fortis FTS 102 4
Potash Corp. POT 107 4.16
Enbridge Inc. ENB.TO 113 2.51
Goldcorp Inc. GG 113 2.36
Talisman Energy TLM 117 2.75
Thomson Reuters TRI.TO 120 3.17
TransCanada Corp. TRP 125 3.54
Pembina Pipeline Corp. PPL.TO 127 3.31
CAE Inc. CAE.TO 132 2.07

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