Bombardier Inc (Pref-D)

BBD.PR.D-T

Analysis and Opinions about BBD.PR.D-T

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WATCH
WATCH
April 30, 2019
He used to own this preferred. It may yield 7% (it's been a while for him). He would consider owning the preferred, but not the common share. They're in a tough business, and BBD is allowed to fail because it is backed by the governments. But the preferred shields you from these ups and downs. The new preferred shares, however, are volatile, which he thinks shouldn't be issued. This is worth investigating.
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He used to own this preferred. It may yield 7% (it's been a while for him). He would consider owning the preferred, but not the common share. They're in a tough business, and BBD is allowed to fail because it is backed by the governments. But the preferred shields you from these ups and downs. The new preferred shares, however, are volatile, which he thinks shouldn't be issued. This is worth investigating.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
August 8, 2006
Has disappointed. Recently cut a lot of costs out but Enbriar is taking over a lot of market share. Performing poorly and have lost a lot of orders. Management shuffle has not helped. Doesn't like the sector. Too much overcapacity.
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Has disappointed. Recently cut a lot of costs out but Enbriar is taking over a lot of market share. Performing poorly and have lost a lot of orders. Management shuffle has not helped. Doesn't like the sector. Too much overcapacity.
BUY
BUY
April 11, 2005
They keep getting new orders, but questions if they can make any money on them. Prefers the bonds and preferreds over the common stocks. Preferreds are trading at around $21 on a $25 par which gives a nice yield. You could BUY bonds for an RRSP account.
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They keep getting new orders, but questions if they can make any money on them. Prefers the bonds and preferreds over the common stocks. Preferreds are trading at around $21 on a $25 par which gives a nice yield. You could BUY bonds for an RRSP account.
WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
January 6, 2005
3.85% yield. Better return than on a Canada Savings Bond. The balance sheet position is fairly robust. It looks like their end markets are improving.
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3.85% yield. Better return than on a Canada Savings Bond. The balance sheet position is fairly robust. It looks like their end markets are improving.
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