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Billy Kawasaki’s Insights - Billy’s most-liked answers from 5i Research. A mix of BCE and Telus is probably a good choice for exposure in the telco space. They should be able to pass inflation on to the end customer. They should also increase distributions to shareholders to offset inflation. Unlock Premium - Try 5i Free

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BUY
It's near its all-time high. It's a very steady company. Still buying it, averaging into it. Pays a steady 5.5% dividend.
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Allan Tong’s Discover Picks I don’t like the telecoms as a whole, because they enjoy an oligopoly and overcharge Canadian customers, but at least BCE offers stability, predictable growth and pays a safe 5.41% dividend. Read 4 Popular Headline Stocks for our full analysis.
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It came off recent highs and offers good value at these levels. It would get hit in a general pull back, but the income is very attractive compared to other dividend plays.
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BUY
Allan Tong’s Discover Picks It helps that BCE is more diversified, owning TV channels and networks. It also helps that BCE owns the phone lines that all the telecoms use (um, isn't that a conflict-of-interest?). Tailwinds will be the 5G roll-out and higher roaming charges in the phone businesses once cross-border travel picks up. Both are worth buying and forgetting about, but BCE gets the edge. Read The Battle for Rogers and 4 Other Telecom Stocks to Consider for our full analysis.
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WEAK BUY
He thinks it is a name you could hold for dividend income. They have heavily invested in fiber and he thinks you will start to see some return on that.
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BCE vs. T Likes telecoms in general, giving a mix of some growth with very good dividend yields. Telus yield looks secure, with about a 5% growth rate. Yield about 4.4%. He prefers BCE, with a yield of 5.44% and its consistent cashflow and growth. Media, sports teams, and different networks are helpful to BCE's growth.
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BCE vs. AT&T Not as much leverage as AT&T. Great job ramping up Fibe. Canada has an oligopoly in the telco space. Not as high a yield as AT&T, but much less risk.
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Question about Telus He likes the telcos and prefers BCE. Telcos pay big yields, are stable yields and enjoy an oligopoly in Canada. Shaw is selling to Rogers (pending approval). Quebecor wants spectrum outside Quebec. And all companies are investing heavily in 5G. Once this is complete, the telcos will be golden. He loves this space. Telus is good, but lacks the media assets of BCE, which is a disadvantage.

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BUY
Good stock to own for income. Pretty competitive dividend yield. Roaming charges will be coming back. 5G opportunities, in spite of capital costs. You can buy it here.
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COMMENT
The dividend is safe for now. It's not in a growth business, though it's protected within Canada (an oligopoly). Canadians pay unsemingly high rates for data; the excuse is it's expensive to build network. As Starlink uses low-orbit satellites to rural Canada (always used an excuse to charge high data rates), how will this challenge such rates? In some years, this may pose a risk to telecoms.
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BUY

The market worries all these telcos are overpaying on spectrum. He predicts the Rogers-Shaw deal will happen. The telcos will benefit from 5G and should be held in a TFSA as you collect the good dividends.

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BUY
Great yield, not excessively expensive at these levels. All telecoms will benefit from 5G. Value of having a strong internet business. Working from home put a lot of pressure on the system, and BCE has one of the best. All will face pressure to service rural areas.
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HOLD

Canadian telcos are conservative. This is more defensive than other stocks. They spent a lot of money to get growth. His clients own it. You can buy this with AAPL-Q to offset it.

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BUY
Great income stock for the steady part of your portfolio. Will probably see 5-7% dividend growth over the next few years. Fibre to home strategy will pay off, and they'll continue to gain market share. Secular rise in remote work. Rebound from pandemic will bring a return to roaming charges and ad revenue. Yield is 5.7%.
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BCE Inc.(BCE-T) Rating

Ranking : 5 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 26

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 6

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 2

Total Signals / Votes : 34

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