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WEAK BUY
Becoming a trust on July 10. A regional player. When the assets go into the trust, they will not have the high growth of the wireless business. Distributions should be very secure but with a modest capital appreciation.
telephone utilities
BUY
Becoming a trust and will hold all the rural lines that Bell (BCE-T) and Aliant currently own. Distribution will probably be around 7%. You'll end up with an 8/9% return.
telephone utilities
WEAK BUY
Keep in mind the success Bell Canada has had in bringing Bell Norbique (BNQ.UN-T) to the market. As a trust it will be a similar structure but won't have the growth component of the cellular phone. There will be some capital expenditure bumps along the road.
telephone utilities
BUY
They are in the process of converting a lot of their rural wireline assets into an income trust. Bill also be combining some assets with Bell Canada (BCE-T). Looking favourably on these moves. Not a lot of growth out of these areas, but stable cash flow and limited competition.
telephone utilities
HOLD
BCE will get 70% of AIT in a merger. Aliant will get around 27% share of the trust that will be named. Will get a 6.5 to 7.5 cash yeild.
telephone utilities
DON'T BUY
Local and Long distance margins are deteriorating. He likes another company. (Couldn't make out).
telephone utilities
PAST TOP PICK
People buy these stocks, not for organic growth, but for yield. As the 10 year Canada bond goes up, the dividend yields on small telecoms become less attractive.
telephone utilities
WEAK BUY
Torn on this stock. If you want the pure income, would go with BCE (BCE-T) or if you want growth, go with Telus (T-T). Pays a decent yield around the 4% level.
telephone utilities
HOLD
Decent yield. Generating lots of cash.
telephone utilities
DON'T BUY
What is driving a lot of growth in this sector is wireless and there isn't exactly a good explosion of wireless by this company.
telephone utilities
DON'T BUY
Below its 200 day moving average.
telephone utilities
BUY
Dividend is fairly secure. They are being held back because of uncertainty in their markets and labor relations.
telephone utilities
DON'T BUY
4% dividend yield. Not much competition in the Maritime provinces. Prolonged strike has been hurting them. Would prefer Manitoba Tel.
telephone utilities
VAGUE
Within the telecomunications sector. Would llok to dividend yield, which is high.
telephone utilities
WEAK BUY
Telcos are under pressure due to a concern about their ability to grow earnings because of new internet protocols. Dividend yield should be fairly steady.
telephone utilities
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Aliant(AIT-T) Rating

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