Joey Mack
Member since: Mar '09
Director, Fixed Income at
ScotiaCapital

Latest Top Picks

(A Top Pick Feb 24/14. Up 9.48%.) Nov 1, 2019, 3.19%. At that time, he was a little nervous about rates rising which is why he went for the 5 years. Also, on a spread basis, he thought it looked pretty attractive.
(A Top Pick Feb 24/14. Up 2.9%.) Sept 24, 2020, 7.5%. He still likes this. Did a great job of terming out their debt right before the meltdown.
5.4% bond maturing Oct 20/16. (He is biased towards the short term because the market still feels fairly expensive. Corporate credit still offers pretty good value.) This is a little under 2 years and yielding over 3% while Canada bonds offer 5%, which is a huge yield pick up. However, it is not an investment great company. They have had some pretty good numbers as of late. He is pretty confident they will be able to refinance fairly easy come 2016.
3.287 % bond maturing July 23/19. (He is biased towards the short term because the market still feels fairly expensive. Corporate credit still offers pretty good value.) This is basically a four-year piece of paper yielding 2.5%, but this is an investment great company. Airlines benefit from lower oil prices, which is another reason he likes this one.
6% bond maturing April 19/22. (He is biased towards the short term because the market still feels fairly expensive. Corporate credit still offers pretty good value.) They have their challenges right now. They are a metals business, so a big part supports oil and gas, but on the other hand there are a lot of maintenance products they provide. Pretty low levered and has a pretty strong balance sheet.