BCE Inc.

BCE-T

TSE:BCE

56.85
0.12 (0.21%)
BCE Inc., formerly Bell Canada Enterprises, is a publicly-traded telecommunications holding company for the Bell Canada corporate group and associated mass media holdings.
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Analysis and Opinions about BCE-T

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BUY
BUY
August 4, 2020
BCE vs. Telus The dividends are as safe as it gets, bolstered by the work-from-home trend and people using more data. Telus has a home security monitoring which ties in with their connected internet of things theme, and a telehealth business which will likely grow in coming years. Both companies are good and even in quality--can't choose one. It's splitting hairs.
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August 4, 2020
BCE vs. Telus The dividends are as safe as it gets, bolstered by the work-from-home trend and people using more data. Telus has a home security monitoring which ties in with their connected internet of things theme, and a telehealth business which will likely grow in coming years. Both companies are good and even in quality--can't choose one. It's splitting hairs.
COMMENT
COMMENT
July 22, 2020

A risky telco? He does not own RCI in his portfolios. The dividends are secure, but he prefers BCE and T. They are all facing similar challenges. He thinks RCI has not been as good at controlling costs.

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July 22, 2020

A risky telco? He does not own RCI in his portfolios. The dividends are secure, but he prefers BCE and T. They are all facing similar challenges. He thinks RCI has not been as good at controlling costs.

HOLD
HOLD
July 22, 2020
7% 2027 debenture All BCE securities are rock-solid credit. Nothing to worry about even in this environment and he owns these bonds in their portfolios. Zero worry.
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BCE Inc. (BCE-T)
July 22, 2020
7% 2027 debenture All BCE securities are rock-solid credit. Nothing to worry about even in this environment and he owns these bonds in their portfolios. Zero worry.
BUY
BUY
July 7, 2020

BCE and Telus Owning either is fine. It's splitting hairs to choose one over the other. Tech stocks are the big focus of investors now. The current 5% dividend yield + 5% dividend growth rate = your likely return. Be patient with them, because these stocks won't leap in a given day. Positives: both are staples, with cell phones indispensible in our lives as people work more from home and are using more data, which adds to their revenue. Also note, they are low-beta stocks, so, they don't rise or fall as much as the wider market, but are safe. They're part of a regulated oligopoly. He'd give a slight edge to Telus because of Telus Health which will become more a part of our lives as we go forward.

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BCE Inc. (BCE-T)
July 7, 2020

BCE and Telus Owning either is fine. It's splitting hairs to choose one over the other. Tech stocks are the big focus of investors now. The current 5% dividend yield + 5% dividend growth rate = your likely return. Be patient with them, because these stocks won't leap in a given day. Positives: both are staples, with cell phones indispensible in our lives as people work more from home and are using more data, which adds to their revenue. Also note, they are low-beta stocks, so, they don't rise or fall as much as the wider market, but are safe. They're part of a regulated oligopoly. He'd give a slight edge to Telus because of Telus Health which will become more a part of our lives as we go forward.

BUY
BUY
June 29, 2020
Telephone companies are going to benefit from the stay-at-home phenomenon. People would not give up their cell phones but they might take a lower package. BCE-T is a fairly good place to be but they will have to do a lot of CAP-X for 5 G, although it will be a benefit in the long term.
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BCE Inc. (BCE-T)
June 29, 2020
Telephone companies are going to benefit from the stay-at-home phenomenon. People would not give up their cell phones but they might take a lower package. BCE-T is a fairly good place to be but they will have to do a lot of CAP-X for 5 G, although it will be a benefit in the long term.
COMMENT
COMMENT
June 24, 2020

She prefers to own a Canadian telco for dividends, especially as this does not qualify for the Canadian dividend tax credit. She owns BCE instead.

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June 24, 2020

She prefers to own a Canadian telco for dividends, especially as this does not qualify for the Canadian dividend tax credit. She owns BCE instead.

BUY
BUY
June 22, 2020

They are using Huawei to a great extent. Are they a good investment? There is now better appreciation for their stability during the pandemic. BCE-T is the steady blue chip of the sector while T-T is more of a grower. There is also a lot of insider buying of T-T over the years. He would prefer T-T. He would not be too concerned with use of Huawei. We are now moving away from globalization. There won't be enough impact to dissuade someone from investing in either of them.

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June 22, 2020

They are using Huawei to a great extent. Are they a good investment? There is now better appreciation for their stability during the pandemic. BCE-T is the steady blue chip of the sector while T-T is more of a grower. There is also a lot of insider buying of T-T over the years. He would prefer T-T. He would not be too concerned with use of Huawei. We are now moving away from globalization. There won't be enough impact to dissuade someone from investing in either of them.

BUY
BUY
June 12, 2020

Increase dividend? The telcos are in a good spot. Work from home, the thirst for data, and the need to connect will do well for them. Their latest earnings said their pension is fully funded. They are a 5G play as well. He does not know if they will increase the dividend, when the payout ratio is already 85%. At this price level, he would prefer Telus, but you could buy here.

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BCE Inc. (BCE-T)
June 12, 2020

Increase dividend? The telcos are in a good spot. Work from home, the thirst for data, and the need to connect will do well for them. Their latest earnings said their pension is fully funded. They are a 5G play as well. He does not know if they will increase the dividend, when the payout ratio is already 85%. At this price level, he would prefer Telus, but you could buy here.

BUY
BUY
June 11, 2020
T-T vs. BCE-T. Why do you own a telco – for income or for growth. These are about as good as it gets for income. Demand for their products is pretty resilient. There might be better opportunities for growth out there. He likes both of them.
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June 11, 2020
T-T vs. BCE-T. Why do you own a telco – for income or for growth. These are about as good as it gets for income. Demand for their products is pretty resilient. There might be better opportunities for growth out there. He likes both of them.
BUY
BUY
June 4, 2020
BCE-T vs. RCI.B-T. They both have this perpetual cap-x spend in front of them and have a challenge in growth looking forward. But the telco space is not as expensive as some of the other defensive stocks. You would do well by owning any one of these. They score quite similarly. You can hold these through long periods of time.
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BCE Inc. (BCE-T)
June 4, 2020
BCE-T vs. RCI.B-T. They both have this perpetual cap-x spend in front of them and have a challenge in growth looking forward. But the telco space is not as expensive as some of the other defensive stocks. You would do well by owning any one of these. They score quite similarly. You can hold these through long periods of time.
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COMMENT
June 2, 2020
Telcos are an oligopoly here. It pays a great dividend, but it's a mature, low-growth company. Young people are cable cutting and streaming everything instead. BCE should hold up well. Even with 5G, BCE won't grow much. You're buying this for a growing Canadian economy and being a well-run company.
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BCE Inc. (BCE-T)
June 2, 2020
Telcos are an oligopoly here. It pays a great dividend, but it's a mature, low-growth company. Young people are cable cutting and streaming everything instead. BCE should hold up well. Even with 5G, BCE won't grow much. You're buying this for a growing Canadian economy and being a well-run company.
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COMMENT
May 26, 2020
He still owns a little of this. Its dilemma is that a segment of revenues comes from land lines which is a shrinking business; people are streaming more and more and cutting their cable cord. This could become a long-term shift and pressure telcos, including BCE. Careful with telcos offering really high dividends, because they may not be sustainable.
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BCE Inc. (BCE-T)
May 26, 2020
He still owns a little of this. Its dilemma is that a segment of revenues comes from land lines which is a shrinking business; people are streaming more and more and cutting their cable cord. This could become a long-term shift and pressure telcos, including BCE. Careful with telcos offering really high dividends, because they may not be sustainable.
BUY
BUY
May 21, 2020
He likes it. It is a utility with a nice, consistent dividend. They dumped a lot of money into 5G. He worries on the media side. It will take a little time to come back, e.g. Sports. He recently added it. He likes safety over growth.
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BCE Inc. (BCE-T)
May 21, 2020
He likes it. It is a utility with a nice, consistent dividend. They dumped a lot of money into 5G. He worries on the media side. It will take a little time to come back, e.g. Sports. He recently added it. He likes safety over growth.
BUY
BUY
May 11, 2020
The stock is trading as much as it was in terms of PE as at the high. The telecom sector should benefit in the short term. They have committed to their cap X program in the short term, which is a good thing for them. A great dividend and they are committed to it. He would look to buy these companies.
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BCE Inc. (BCE-T)
May 11, 2020
The stock is trading as much as it was in terms of PE as at the high. The telecom sector should benefit in the short term. They have committed to their cap X program in the short term, which is a good thing for them. A great dividend and they are committed to it. He would look to buy these companies.
COMMENT
COMMENT
May 8, 2020

Dividends safe? Regulated businesses stand a better chance to keep dividends whole. BCE and ENB are both regulated entities. Canadian banks have had a history of not cutting dividends, but you never know. It will depend on how long COVID lasts -- if we are still locked down next year, he would be a seller.

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May 8, 2020

Dividends safe? Regulated businesses stand a better chance to keep dividends whole. BCE and ENB are both regulated entities. Canadian banks have had a history of not cutting dividends, but you never know. It will depend on how long COVID lasts -- if we are still locked down next year, he would be a seller.

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BCE Inc.(BCE-T) Rating

Ranking : 5 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 36

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 10

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 7

Total Signals / Votes : 53

Stockchase rating for BCE Inc. is calculated according to the stock experts' signals. A high score means experts mostly recommend to buy the stock while a low score means experts mostly recommend to sell the stock.

BCE Inc.(BCE-T) Frequently Asked Questions

What is BCE Inc. stock symbol?

BCE Inc. is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol BCE-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (BCE-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:BCE or BCE-T

Is BCE Inc. a buy or a sell?

In the last year, 53 stock analysts published opinions about BCE-T. 36 analysts recommended to BUY the stock. 7 analysts recommended to SELL the stock. The latest stock analyst recommendation is BUY. Read the latest stock experts' ratings for BCE Inc..

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BCE Inc. was recommended as a Top Pick by Brian Madden on 2020-08-04. Read the latest stock experts ratings for BCE Inc..

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53 stock analysts on Stockchase covered BCE Inc. In the last year. It is a trending stock that is worth watching.

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On 2020-08-10, BCE Inc. (BCE-T) stock closed at a price of $56.85.