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BoC raises key rate to 1.75%. Major stock indices are flat/slightly negative. Any interesting trades?
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PAT with a strong opening (up 15 % + as this moment) following the announcement of a partnership with Cisco
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Thinking about: BNS, RY, TD, CU, CP, FTS, PBH
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Chance7652 wrote: Anyone looking at nyse:t. Yield is above 6.5%.
If I had more USD I would add to my existing position here Disappointed Face
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EasyCompany251 wrote: BoC raises key rate to 1.75%. Major stock indices are flat/slightly negative. Any interesting trades?
CDN economy may be growing but the $TSX.CA not so much, now down 6.5% for 2018 before dividends. Higher rates are impacting the interest sensitive sectors while huge crude discount is killing Canadian commodities. We still see the big banks as big bargains as spreads widen.
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Jeenyus1 wrote: If I had more USD I would add to my existing position here Disappointed Face
Same for me (I can't think of any moves that make sense). The shares of T will be cheap with the drip next month. I just want to add more than 3 shares:).
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Chance7652 wrote: Same for me (I can't think of any moves that make sense). The shares of T will be cheap with the drip next month. I just want to add more than 3 shares:).
There is no arbitrage opportunity in FX (at least imo) which makes decisions even more difficult for me seeing as how USD/CAD will likely follow eachother every step of the way. The main opportunity was in NAFTA negotations which has now been finalized. Only opportunity I can think of it is if oil somehow just falls off a cliff but I don't think this is very likely anytime soon unfortunately.
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rivermornings wrote: thinking about sell some VZ, buy T.
Might be a bad move. While T has a higher dividend, VZ has capital appreciation going for it. In all normal comparison periods (ie 1D, 5D, 1M, 3M, 6M, YTD, 1Yr, 3 Yr, and 5Yr), VZ has beaten T in share price performance. Now, if you consider that the difference in the dividend yield is only 2.4% currently, you would be loosing out especially since US dividends get a harsher tax treatment in Canada.
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oversold due to brexit, china tariff, excess inventory issues.

new tailwinds - electric cars, consolidated and mothballing couple of operations, new indian laws for vehicles

CCHIPSS wrote: Falling since the height on Feb 2015 at $49. Even just within this year it fell from $35.47 to $11.61. Why buy this falling knife?
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