Canadian Banks are good quality blue chip stocks and are under-valued right now. They also offer above-average dividend yields. As the interest goes up, the stock tends to appreciate. Here’s the best Canadian banks that pay dividends.
It has a great dividend yield. The risk on all these companies is that their loan loss book gets worse. They deferred a lot of payments on loans. It has a great retail franchise but they grew their investment banking side. He thinks you are fine owning it at these levels.
(A Top Pick Oct 28/19, Down 13%) Still their bank of choice in Canada. A big mistake for Canadians is to hold too many Canadian banks. TD is underindexed on oil and gas, dividend has increased this year, franchises have grown, insurance has done well. Predicts job cuts later this year.
It has been the poorest performer of the Canadian banks for some time. He believes there needs to be a management change. The yield is attractive. Banking will be a tough business going forward because of low interest rates. We shouldn't see mass default due to government aid. The dividend is safe.
Banks are lining up to take massive loan losses due to the shutdown. He thinks we will see a recovery in stock values. He likes the exposure to the US. He likes the dividend and it offers a better opportunity in terms of getting into the market at this point. He thinks the banks are…
(A Top Pick Jul 16/19, Up 1%) It's the best performer of the big 5 banks and pays the second-highest dividend that'll make up most of returns. Don't expect share appreciation in banks, but still a solid business with banks getting a piece of the equity management business. But the lending spread will be challenged…
Very steady, despite Covid. Healthy capital, continues to pay dividend. Deferred payments have dropped. Well placed as the economy recovers. Trading at 12x earnings. Big enough to not go up and down like a cork. Yield is 3.95%. (Analysts’ price target is $69.27)
It is the only unionized bank in North America. That is why it remains independent. They will struggle to get scale and as a result they have cut the dividend. There are better opportunities out there.
Fine as a holding. But the majors are cheap enough, and they'll move first. Slightly higher losses coming to CWB because of the oil patch. It's a hold. Wouldn't worry about the dividend too much, but he'd prefer one of the majors at this stage.