Monday, December 2, 2013

Canadian Dozen for 2014

I get the daily emails from MPL Communications called Daily Buy and Sell Advisor. A recent email gave their choices for a Canadian dozen stocks for 2014. These stocks are shown below with a short reason why they are being picked.

You can sign up for this email at their site. I find that they generally give good solid advice. They sell information only to investors so they do not have to worry about doing business with the companies that they cover. So they are a good independent source of information on Canadian Stocks.

Company Symbol Price (Oct.31) Dividend
Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) $63.39 $2.48
Canada's most international bank
Brookfield Asset Mgmt. (BAM.A) $41.28 $0.60 +
Property, dominance, renewable, power, infrastructure, financial
Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) $149.04 $0.40
New leadership, prodigious operating catch-up leverage, oil-by-rail bonus
EnCana Corp. (ECA) $18.68 $0.80 +
A refocusing North American natural gas giant
Cenovus Energy (CVE) $30.98 $0.97
Among best in oil sands, SAGD, refinery partnership with Conoco-Phillips
Husky Energy (HSE) $29.69 $1.20
Asian controlled, integrated producer and downstream, new mgmt., project diversity
Manulife Financial (MFC) $18.47 $1.44
Canada's largest insurer, impressive international (Asia) push
Suncor Energy (SU) $37.89 $0.80
Canada's largest Oil & Gas producer, a cash & dividend machine
Teck Resources (TCK) $27.90 $0.80
Diversified integrated mining, export coal, other
Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD) $95.69 $1.72
A premier world bank by every metric
Trans Alta Corp. (TA) $14.03 $1.16
Conversion to natural gas, joint venture with Mid-American Energy
Trans Canada Corp. (TRP) $46.99 $1.84
Transitioning leader, energy transportation and generation, including hydro, nuclear

On my other blog I am today writing about Finning International Inc. (TSX-FTT, OTC-FINGF)...continue...

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