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Many buyers, if not most, are paying little or no attention to underlying businesses and whether they’re capable of supporting advertised dividends.
The election of President Obama in 2008 created a great deal of concern amongst investors and the business community. As his first year in office draws to a close, we know now that some fears were overblown, while others were completely justified. But investors in this utility needn’t worry about regulatory uncertainties related to proposed limits on carbon emissions; this power company will thrive under a cap-and-trade system.
For the US-based investor, buying Canada right now means accessing a relatively stable, low-beta play on a global economic recovery. It means benefitting from fundamental factors that support a strong and rising Canadian dollar. It means owning solid businesses that pay sustainable distributions.
Share prices and dividends of oil and gas producers have been major casualties of falling energy prices since summer 2008. The PF portfolios include two high-yielding exceptions.
Dividend cuts are always best avoided. But as experienced income investors have learned, they can also be compelling buying opportunities, provided they mark a true bottom for the underlying business.
Boasting a low expense ratio and turnover rate, this one-stop shop is perfect for long-term investors seeking growth and income.
Although income-oriented investors tend to focus on equities and corporate debt, adding exposure to sovereign debt is one way to diversify your portfolio without sacrificing yield.
This market remains in perpetual fear that the better economic news we’ve seen of late actually just marks the second leg of a “Big W” recession.
When a company cuts its dividend the key question is always if there’s more bad news to come.
A rising stream of earnings and cash flow will become a flood if energy prices rebound in coming years.