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More Financials Pulling Back

Earlier in the year, the energy sector had its pull back and recently we started seeing a pull back in the financial sector. I surfaced the pull back of the major Canadian Banks but they are not alone. It’s like the money is flowing out of the financial sector. More Financials Falling Back Below are 2 companies that investors are dropping while others are seeing an opportunity. It really depends on your perception of their future market. Are you in or out? Home Capital Group Inc – HCG This company has been a short seller’s target for the past 5 years at least and only now did it drop by 80% from its high. Some big money managers have missed the mark here. It also seems that it over-corrected depending on which side of the fence you are when it comes to real estate value and ...
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Easy Rules to Choose an Account for your Investments

I recently was asked by a reader if there was an easy way to choose the account to hold certain investments. I thought it would be a great topic to share with all readers. The basic premise for choosing an account is to effectively manage your income taxes. Best account for REITs REITs can often return capital back to investors. The Return of Capital causes investors to adjust the ACB (Adjusted Cost Basis) of your investments. Due to this accounting requirement, it’s always best to hold your REITs outside your regular investing account and use your TFSA or RRSP to avoid complicated accounting. Best account for U.S. Stocks By default, Canadian investors have to pay a 15% withholding tax on the dividend from U.S. corporations unless the U.S. company stock is owned in a RRSP. This makes ...
Saputo

A Consistent Core Holding in Saputo (SAP)

Saputo is the tenth largest diary producer in the world. It’s one of those companies that operate in the necessity business. It may not have a subscription business like the banks or the utilities but it certainly provide products we want to eat or drink. Saputo Summary Saputo (TSX:SAP) earns nearly 50% of its revenue from the U.S. while Canada provides 36% of its revenue and the rest coming from their International business.Stock Price: $29.97 CDN Market Cap: $11.77 B P/E: 19.59 Dividend Yield: 1.74% Dividend Payout Ratio: 33.99%Below are some of the company data from the latest earnings.Core Metric #1: DIVIDEND GROWTH Dividend growth is really consistent with Saputo (TSX:SAP) and consistently above 10% as well. You may not like the yield but consider the growth it has.3 ...
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