For the past week I’ve been in Cambodia checking out the temples in Siem Reap. As you can see from the picture above, it has been a great adventure. I’ll be heading over to Thailand shortly, but happy Canada Day weekend to all the folks back home. I’ve been traveling since October 2012 and it has been a great experience, but it will be nice to come home in late July. Now onto dividends and such…
I’ve updated the Canadian Dividend All-Star List for the month. You can download the latest version here.
There are few updates this month.
A reader pointed out that I was missing Transcontinental Inc. I added Transcontinental Inc to the list as it has a dividend streak of 11 years.
A reader pointed out that I was missing Royal Gold Inc. I added Royal Gold Inc to the list as it also has a dividend streak of 11 years. Royal Gold is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, but dividends are paid out in US dollars.
A reader previously commented that the market capitalization wasn’t a number in
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For those new to the blog, I like to keep my readers up to date on portfolio changes. One of the reasons I started this blog was to educate others, but also improve my own investing. By keeping an open book of my portfolio and changes to it, I hope to generate discussion so that others can see how I put my investing philosophy into practice. My main goal is financial freedom. I plan to achieve this goal by investing in dividend growth stocks and using the dividend payments to cover my expenses. I’m a long way off from retirement, but hopefully this blog and my portfolio updates will keep me on track.
On June 10, 2013 I bought shares of Suncor Energy at $31.84 as it was below my target price of $32. I think there will be opportunities to buy Suncor Energy at a lower price, but what’s the point of having a target price if you don’t use it. Suncor Energy pays out a quarterly dividend of $0.20 and I bought at an entry
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The past few days I’ve written articles on how to identify undervalued dividend growth stocks by comparing current dividend yield to historic averages and how to find target prices quickly. Writing these two articles made me realize that Suncor Energy looked undervalued, so I decided to perform a dividend stock analysis to see if I should invest.
These dividend stock analyses can be difficult to understand if you don’t have an understanding on dividend growth investing. If you find that some of this information doesn’t make sense read my article on Deciding Which Stocks To Buy: Dividend Growth Investing Criteria first. This article will give you an understanding of why I look at various measures and what I’m looking for in a company. And now onto Suncor Energy…
Taken from Google Finance:
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