Bank of Nova Scotia

BNS-T

TSE:BNS

56.18
0.00 (0.00%)
The Bank of Nova Scotia, operating as Scotiabank, is a Canadian multinational bank. It is the third largest bank in Canada by deposits and market capitalization.
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Analysis and Opinions about BNS-T

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BUY WEAKNESS
BUY WEAKNESS
June 12, 2020
7.2% yield? He is not sure there is ever a period that Canadian banks are not a good investment over a 10 year period. The dividends have never been cut by the big chartered banks. You could buy on weakness and the dividends will be quite safe. NOTE: He works for Scotiabank, but the comments are general for all the Canadian chartered banks.
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7.2% yield? He is not sure there is ever a period that Canadian banks are not a good investment over a 10 year period. The dividends have never been cut by the big chartered banks. You could buy on weakness and the dividends will be quite safe. NOTE: He works for Scotiabank, but the comments are general for all the Canadian chartered banks.
BUY
BUY
June 11, 2020
It is a core part of his portfolio along with two other banks. It will be feeling the recession this year. There will be a huge uptick in provisions for loan losses. But this one is reasonably reserved for any credit losses. They have a sizable provision. They have lots of capital and the shares are attractively priced. The dividends are attractive. There is a paid-to-wait prospect. It is a good entry point.
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It is a core part of his portfolio along with two other banks. It will be feeling the recession this year. There will be a huge uptick in provisions for loan losses. But this one is reasonably reserved for any credit losses. They have a sizable provision. They have lots of capital and the shares are attractively priced. The dividends are attractive. There is a paid-to-wait prospect. It is a good entry point.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
June 2, 2020
(A Top Pick Jun 26/19, Down 15%) None of the top 5 Canadian banks has ever cut dividends. These banks are in great shape and can weather this storm. Half of BNS' loans are insured. Bank amendments benefit the banks and not non-bank lenders.
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(A Top Pick Jun 26/19, Down 15%) None of the top 5 Canadian banks has ever cut dividends. These banks are in great shape and can weather this storm. Half of BNS' loans are insured. Bank amendments benefit the banks and not non-bank lenders.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
May 1, 2020
(A Top Pick May 08/19, Down 21%) He continues to own this. He thinks the banks will definitely not cut dividends. They are being offered financial relief by the regulators. They are accommodating customers to reduce the delinquency of mortgages. They will get through this. He likes BNS in particular because of their Latin and South American footprint, where their is faster growth rates in the developing markets. He would be a buyer today. Yield 5%
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(A Top Pick May 08/19, Down 21%) He continues to own this. He thinks the banks will definitely not cut dividends. They are being offered financial relief by the regulators. They are accommodating customers to reduce the delinquency of mortgages. They will get through this. He likes BNS in particular because of their Latin and South American footprint, where their is faster growth rates in the developing markets. He would be a buyer today. Yield 5%
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
April 29, 2020
(A Top Pick Jul 25/19, Down 16%) He would still own this one. They have been streamlining operations and expanded into growing retail markets outside North America, which has slowed their profitability temporarily. He still thinks longer term the valuations will become attractive and lead to share price appreciation.
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(A Top Pick Jul 25/19, Down 16%) He would still own this one. They have been streamlining operations and expanded into growing retail markets outside North America, which has slowed their profitability temporarily. He still thinks longer term the valuations will become attractive and lead to share price appreciation.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
March 16, 2020
(A Top Pick Feb 11/19, Down 26%) This can still fall further, though it has a lot. Now, it's very cheap and pays a fine yield. It's fairly safe to buy it. The banks are close to the bottom.
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(A Top Pick Feb 11/19, Down 26%) This can still fall further, though it has a lot. Now, it's very cheap and pays a fine yield. It's fairly safe to buy it. The banks are close to the bottom.
BUY
BUY
March 12, 2020
Dividend is safe. If they didn't cut in 2008, they won't cut now. People are worried that with the price of oil so low, we'll go into recession, rates will go down, and the Canadian consumer is more highly leveraged than the US consumer. But over the long term, the banks have compounded for the investor very well.
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Dividend is safe. If they didn't cut in 2008, they won't cut now. People are worried that with the price of oil so low, we'll go into recession, rates will go down, and the Canadian consumer is more highly leveraged than the US consumer. But over the long term, the banks have compounded for the investor very well.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
February 26, 2020
An income pick. BNS is well-run, though earnings have been sloppy in recent quarters as they integrate acquisitions. He sees earnings growth. It trades cheaply at 10x earnings at a 5% dividend. You can own both US and Canadian banks which face different tailwinds. (Analysts’ price target is $77.67)
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February 26, 2020
An income pick. BNS is well-run, though earnings have been sloppy in recent quarters as they integrate acquisitions. He sees earnings growth. It trades cheaply at 10x earnings at a 5% dividend. You can own both US and Canadian banks which face different tailwinds. (Analysts’ price target is $77.67)
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
February 20, 2020
(A Top Pick Mar 13/19, Up 8%) Thought it would be out of the doghouse by now. Problems in Chile and Canadian consumer have caused it to struggle. Still happy to own it.
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Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS-T)
February 20, 2020
(A Top Pick Mar 13/19, Up 8%) Thought it would be out of the doghouse by now. Problems in Chile and Canadian consumer have caused it to struggle. Still happy to own it.
BUY WEAKNESS
BUY WEAKNESS
February 18, 2020

Ranks after TD and Royal as a bank. They're in some emerging markets that make him cautious.

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Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS-T)
February 18, 2020

Ranks after TD and Royal as a bank. They're in some emerging markets that make him cautious.

COMMENT
COMMENT
February 10, 2020

They're doing a better job as a Canadian retail bank, but there are some problems with their Latin American operations. This is getting interesting with its valuation and potential growth. However, low interest rates are a damper. He'd rank this behind TD, his top Canadian bank. He owns no Canadian banks now.

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Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS-T)
February 10, 2020

They're doing a better job as a Canadian retail bank, but there are some problems with their Latin American operations. This is getting interesting with its valuation and potential growth. However, low interest rates are a damper. He'd rank this behind TD, his top Canadian bank. He owns no Canadian banks now.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
February 6, 2020
He likes the banks generally because they are really cheap and this is the cheapest of the banks that is on good technical support. He cycles out of the high ones and gets into the low ones. (Analysts’ price target is $77.07)
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He likes the banks generally because they are really cheap and this is the cheapest of the banks that is on good technical support. He cycles out of the high ones and gets into the low ones. (Analysts’ price target is $77.07)
PARTIAL BUY
PARTIAL BUY
January 28, 2020

Among the Canadian banks, it's the riskiest, given its move into Latin America, but this could also be opportunity. It's the cheapest Canadian bank. It could struggle in the first half of 2020 given slow global growth, but should do better in the latter half. He kind of likes it here. But he'd buy this along with RY and BMO to get more geographic diversification. He wouldn't buy only BNS.

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Among the Canadian banks, it's the riskiest, given its move into Latin America, but this could also be opportunity. It's the cheapest Canadian bank. It could struggle in the first half of 2020 given slow global growth, but should do better in the latter half. He kind of likes it here. But he'd buy this along with RY and BMO to get more geographic diversification. He wouldn't buy only BNS.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
January 21, 2020
(A Top Pick Nov 19/19, Down 4%) Long-term, banks are fine. Not a trade, but a hold. Now could be a buying opportunity.
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(A Top Pick Nov 19/19, Down 4%) Long-term, banks are fine. Not a trade, but a hold. Now could be a buying opportunity.
COMMENT
COMMENT
January 10, 2020

Canadian Banks? He is very pessimistic on Canada in general. We are the whipping horse of the world right now. He is not a fan of this sector. News of high loan loss provisions is making him nervous and he sees global shorting going on. He favours US banks instead. If he were to look at one Canadian bank, it might be BNS. A yield over 5% and share price upside to $85.36.

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Canadian Banks? He is very pessimistic on Canada in general. We are the whipping horse of the world right now. He is not a fan of this sector. News of high loan loss provisions is making him nervous and he sees global shorting going on. He favours US banks instead. If he were to look at one Canadian bank, it might be BNS. A yield over 5% and share price upside to $85.36.

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Bank of Nova Scotia(BNS-T) Rating

Ranking : 5 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 36

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 6

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 8

Total Signals / Votes : 50

Stockchase rating for Bank of Nova Scotia 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.

Bank of Nova Scotia(BNS-T) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Bank of Nova Scotia stock symbol?

Bank of Nova Scotia is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol BNS-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (BNS-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:BNS or BNS-T

Is Bank of Nova Scotia a buy or a sell?

In the last year, 50 stock analysts published opinions about BNS-T. 36 analysts recommended to BUY the stock. 8 analysts recommended to SELL the stock. The latest stock analyst recommendation is BUY on WEAKNESS. Read the latest stock experts' ratings for Bank of Nova Scotia.

Is Bank of Nova Scotia a good investment or a top pick?

Bank of Nova Scotia was recommended as a Top Pick by Greg Newman on 2020-06-12. Read the latest stock experts ratings for Bank of Nova Scotia.

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What is Bank of Nova Scotia stock price?

On 2020-07-01, Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS-T) stock closed at a price of $56.18.