What’s on My Buy List? [Podcast]


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They say to buy when there’s blood on the streets. Well, the road is quite red lately! It is not time to run away from investing, but rather to stay the course by grabbing some opportunities. Here are some dividend growers that Mike would buy and keep for many years! Which one do you like the best?

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You’ll Learn

  • What’s the goal of Mike’s buy list and how was it built?
  • CIBC is usually among Mike’s least favorite Canadian Banks. So why did he put it on his buy list? What can investors expect from it?
  • BlackRock (BLK) gets a perfect 5/5 rating at Dividend Stocks Rock. But an upcoming recession could hit hard on the financial sector. Is it really time to buy?
  • Algonquin Power (AQN) has had some tough years but is still growing its dividend since 2010. What else does Mike like about this one?
  • Air Products and Chemicals (APD) is a material company that shows a lot of growth potential in China and India. Is it worth being patient?
  • Exchange Income Fund (EIF.TO) is mostly in the aerospace industry, which has been hit hard since the pandemic. However, it also shows some diversification in various industries. Is this why it is a buy?
  • Mike considers Microsoft (MSFT) cheap. When compared to other stocks with the same PE ratios, we can see how amazing their growth is. Mike explains all the reasons why this company is still on top of his list.

Please, remember to not consider the stock ideas we share as buy recommendations. Our goal is simply to provide you with some information. Always do your own due diligence before buying any security.

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