A not so TD-ous trade
July 24, 2017
Stock Options

A not so TD-ous trade

TD is an extremely well-run bank with diversification across many business lines and geographies. The share price has pulled back from its 52-week high of $71.31 set back in late February by around 8.5%. With shares hovering around the $65 mark, I want to pick up some yield or look to get long the stock at even lower prices. At...

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Add (ONEX)tra upside without putting on extra downside
April 05, 2017
Bullish Outlook

Add (ONEX)tra upside without putting on extra downside

Onex is a stock that has done very well over the long term. Since going public in 1996, the stock has had an annualized total return over 16%. The company places emphasis on managers owning stock and investing alongside shareholders – this is something I like to look for when investing in a company. For an investor who...

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Why pay more when you can PEY less?
January 05, 2017
Bullish Outlook

Why pay more when you can PEY less?

Peyto (TSE: PEY) shares did well in 2016, rising 33.5%, as natural gas prices rose almost 64%. Natural gas accounts for 90% of Peyto’s total production volume. In my view, the shares are undervalued and could be purchased outright at this level. However, two issues arise with that idea. First, we are here to talk about...

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An Electrifying Yield on a Utility Stock
October 12, 2016
Concepts

An Electrifying Yield on a Utility Stock

Utility stocks are often loved by yield investors. They provide steady dividends, are regulated businesses, and are less cyclical. Generally they can be called “boring,” but for the investors who own utility stocks that is what they love about them. We’ve seen this sector do well over the last few decades as interest...

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