BMO International Dividend

ZDI-T

Analysis and Opinions about ZDI-T

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DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
February 24, 2020

ZDH-T is the hedged version. He is okay with exposure to the unhedged version. He would rather get the international version with covered call overlay. ZHE-T/ZWP-T.

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ZDH-T is the hedged version. He is okay with exposure to the unhedged version. He would rather get the international version with covered call overlay. ZHE-T/ZWP-T.

COMMENT
COMMENT
July 15, 2019
International dividend payers are a lot higher than those in North America. The S&P yields below 2%; European payouts are over 3%. Given foreign withholdings, Canada is still the best place to invest for dividend payers in taxable accounts. It depends on your goal. He prefers ZWP or ZWE, which offers a covered call overlay to enhance yields in Europe (he's a defensive investor).
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International dividend payers are a lot higher than those in North America. The S&P yields below 2%; European payouts are over 3%. Given foreign withholdings, Canada is still the best place to invest for dividend payers in taxable accounts. It depends on your goal. He prefers ZWP or ZWE, which offers a covered call overlay to enhance yields in Europe (he's a defensive investor).
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
July 4, 2019
He prefers the US #1 right now. Internationally, he prefers the Asia-Pacific markets, such as AIA. ZDI has a lot of Europe, and this zone has a lot of issues. Europe is a value play. Start with the US, and expand from there. US is the cleanest shirt in the hamper right now.
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He prefers the US #1 right now. Internationally, he prefers the Asia-Pacific markets, such as AIA. ZDI has a lot of Europe, and this zone has a lot of issues. Europe is a value play. Start with the US, and expand from there. US is the cleanest shirt in the hamper right now.
COMMENT
COMMENT
March 22, 2018

Basically self-explanatory. 16% UK. Australia, France 13%. Some EAFE. Been around for quite some time. Do your homework. Dividends don’t qualify for the tax credit.

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Basically self-explanatory. 16% UK. Australia, France 13%. Some EAFE. Been around for quite some time. Do your homework. Dividends don’t qualify for the tax credit.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
January 19, 2018

The problem he has with this is that it is foreign income. As a result, you are not getting the dividend tax credit. This is not something he would be interested in.

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The problem he has with this is that it is foreign income. As a result, you are not getting the dividend tax credit. This is not something he would be interested in.

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Price
$23.150
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COMMENT
COMMENT
September 1, 2017

The only issue he has with this is that these are all foreign dividends, so you are not getting the dividend tax credit. It is all coming in as straight income. Other than that, he has no problem with it.

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The only issue he has with this is that these are all foreign dividends, so you are not getting the dividend tax credit. It is all coming in as straight income. Other than that, he has no problem with it.

John Hood

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Price
$22.060
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Unknown
COMMENT
COMMENT
August 8, 2017

International dividends and is pretty diverse, but doesn’t think you are getting the dividend tax credit as it is foreign income.

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International dividends and is pretty diverse, but doesn’t think you are getting the dividend tax credit as it is foreign income.

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$22.750
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COMMENT
COMMENT
July 11, 2017

An international dividend, which means it is going to come into your hands as income and will be taxable. He tends to avoid this type of situation. A lot of it is basically EAFE. You have a lot of Europe and you also have some Japan, Far East and some Australian.

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An international dividend, which means it is going to come into your hands as income and will be taxable. He tends to avoid this type of situation. A lot of it is basically EAFE. You have a lot of Europe and you also have some Japan, Far East and some Australian.

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$22.230
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COMMENT
COMMENT
July 3, 2015

The issue he has is to be very careful with the dividend story, at least in the short term. Over 10 years you are going to be perfectly fine owning something like this, but in the short term with rates rising, the hunt for yield is going to get impacted, somewhat negatively.

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The issue he has is to be very careful with the dividend story, at least in the short term. Over 10 years you are going to be perfectly fine owning something like this, but in the short term with rates rising, the hunt for yield is going to get impacted, somewhat negatively.

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COMMENT
June 29, 2015

Allocation of 15% of a portfolio in dividend paying stocks in developed countries outside of North America? If you are putting 15% of your money diversified geographically, outside of North America, this is fine. With this amount, he would presume you are a growth investor. The fact that you are buying an ETF of essentially dividend stocks, leads him to think that you like the income. Because of this, he is not sure he would go as high as 15%. He would go around 10%.

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Allocation of 15% of a portfolio in dividend paying stocks in developed countries outside of North America? If you are putting 15% of your money diversified geographically, outside of North America, this is fine. With this amount, he would presume you are a growth investor. The fact that you are buying an ETF of essentially dividend stocks, leads him to think that you like the income. Because of this, he is not sure he would go as high as 15%. He would go around 10%.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
April 6, 2015

European ETF NOT hedged. This gives you international exposure to dividends. He believes the Euro is heading south of parity. It will play out through next year. He is not sure you want that open exposure. It is a great idea when the currencies bottom.

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European ETF NOT hedged. This gives you international exposure to dividends. He believes the Euro is heading south of parity. It will play out through next year. He is not sure you want that open exposure. It is a great idea when the currencies bottom.

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BMO International Dividend(ZDI-T) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 0

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 2

Total Signals / Votes : 2

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BMO International Dividend(ZDI-T) Frequently Asked Questions

What is BMO International Dividend stock symbol?

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

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On 2020-02-26, BMO International Dividend (ZDI-T) stock closed at a price of $19.91.