Canadian Banks – Good Value Great Dividends


Introduction – Canadian Banks

This week’s subscriber request video will look at the 6 leading Canadian banks. The top 6 banks in Canada hold roughly 90% of Canada’s banking deposits. Although there is a lot of similarity in their respective historical operating results, there are important differences amongst the 6 leaders. With this video I will illustrate how each of the 6 largest Canadian banks are attractive dividend growth stocks in today’s mostly overheated market.

Additionally, since 5 of the top 6 are dual listed on both the New York Stock Exchange and the Toronto Stock Exchange, I will provide an interesting perspective on the difference between evaluating these banks in either US or Canadian dollars.

Canadian Banks FAST Graphs Portfolio Review

In this video I will review: Royal Bank of Canada (RY), Toronto Dominion Bank (TD), Canadian Imperial Bank (CM), Bank of Montreal (BMO), National Bank of Canada (NA), Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS), Laurentian Bank of Canada (LB)

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Disclosure: Long RY at the time of writing.

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