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Telcos are right up there in his dividend strategy. He's been picking away at this one. Don't buy it if you think interest rates will continue higher, but he thinks we're getting to peak hawkishness. Attractive time to buy, as you might get the tailwind of falling rates next few quarters. 5G capex rollout mostly complete.
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HOLD
Likes the company as a defensive name in this economic environment. Stable business with strong earnings. Historically has been a good business. Strong dividend that will continue to pay out. Thinks is a good long term investment.
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BUY
Stability, fairly good dividend yield. Diversified through media, wireless, TV, and fibre optic. An excellent investment right now.
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TOP PICK
Likes the near-6% yield, which is safe and it keeps increasing. They're benefiting from more international travel, given roaming cell revenues. Also, immigration is ramping up in years to come; immigrants will buy cell phones and internet access. BCE is building out its fibre network, targeting 80% of their footprint covered by 2025. Capital spending has ramped up. Once they cover that, they will generate a lot of free cash flow. (Analysts’ price target is $68.46)
telephone utilities
BUY
Steady eddy with a beautiful dividend, and his favourite at this time. A good stock to own in this environment. Of the big 3, most evolved in fibre to the home, and they did it when rates were low. Maintenance capex will be pretty light. Could be multiple valuation upgrade.
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TOP PICK
We're in a tough environment. He wants big dividends and a stable business. Win by playing defense. 52-week low today. Wireless is performing well, record low churn, roaming is back, fibre journey is more than 50% complete. On cusp of becoming an infrastructure-light, cashflow generator. Yield is 6%. (Analysts’ price target is $68.46)
telephone utilities
HOLD
His favourite of the telcos. Likes the cashflow. Highest yield of all the telcos at 5.86%. Growing dividend nicely at a 5% clip over the last 5 years.
telephone utilities
HOLD
Big companies don't have much organic growth, so they're all trying to acquire the same assets, thereby bidding up the prices.
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TOP PICK
Attractive in current environment. Huge capital outlays for fibre to the home are winding down a bit. History of increasing dividends. Extremely attractive yield of 5.62%. (Analysts’ price target is $68.49)
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BUY
It has an extremely good dividend yield and is therefore a good income stock. He pared back a little because of concern over rising interest rates but is adding back now since it is well valued. Also adding to Telus.
telephone utilities
BUY
Allan Tong’s Discover Picks BCE, owned by Bell which owns the phone lines that the internet runs on (though everyone ignores this conflict of interest) pays a 5.82% dividend, trades at 19.6x earnings and at a super-low 0.34 beta. BCE stocks, too, are wallowing around 52-week lows of $63, but the stock has beaten or met all of its last four quarters. Read 3 defensive stocks weather uncertain markets for our full analysis.
telephone utilities
BUY
Apple vs. BCE for income Certainly, BCE generates income (he owns it), despite minimal revenue growth, though it's well-run. 5G may give it a bump. Pays a super yield. You don't buy Apple for income (the yield is low), but rather it's a growth company. The two stocks are yin-and-yang, but offer good diversity in a portfolio.
telephone utilities
HOLD
Has been selling shares. Would rather own shares in Rogers as share price has fallen recently. Defensive holding, not much share price appreciation.
telephone utilities
HOLD
TSX has been rocking and rolling. Good for dividend and defensive portfolios, but not his best idea. He's not a fan of paying high multiples for a low-growth businesses just because others are nervous.
telephone utilities
BUY
Large capex spend this year will finally finish fibre to the home, a tremendous advantage over cable. Good job in wireless. Trading high. Likes long-term vision, assets, management. Defensive in this environment. Yield of 4.5-5% is going to increase.
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BCE Inc.(BCE-T) Rating

Ranking : 5 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 20

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 8

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 28

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On 2022-10-05, BCE Inc. (BCE-T) stock closed at a price of $59.87.