Today, I want to continue my review one of the best good conservative dividend paying stock. I had written a blog awhile ago about saying a portfolio, and so I want to examine some of the stocks and shares I stated. See my site for this blog. Personally I think this is a superior stock to TransCanada, although I understand a lot of analysts like TransCanada better.
I first visited the Insider Buying and Insider Selling reports. Over the past year, there has been a bit of stock buying by some directors. A number of employees have been buying stock in the corporation under the company’s Employee Share Purchase Plan. This does not add up to a great deal, but it implies that a variety of insider’s trust this company. The business also showed confidence in the stock by increasing their dividend this year.
The current P/E is between 18 and 19, depending on whether you use last a year earnings or getting estimates because of this year. This P/E is quite high. For this stock, year-average low is 15 and the 5-calendar year average high is 20 the 5. So, with this basis also, the P/E is rather high presently.
When I go through the dividend yield, I find that the 5-season average is 3% and the current dividend yield is 3.7%. With this basis, the stock price is good. The other percentage, I take a look at is the Price/Book Value ratio. On this basis, the stock price is good as the existing ratio is merely under 90% of the 10-year average.
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When I look at the Graham Price, I find that it is 7% below the current stock price. The 5 calendar year average difference between the Graham Price and the Stock price is 23%. So however the stock price is above the Graham Price, the difference is not above the 5-calendar year average.
The above is rather a mixed handbag, but it does show that the existing price is a reasonable one relatively. None is showing a strong buy signal. The one strong signal is the Accrual Ratio, which at 5.9% is displaying a very negative signal. The other worrying thing is the Leverage Ratio (Asset/Book Value). This is high at 3 rather.4. The ongoing company has a lot of debts. Unfortunately, a lot of personal debt is common with electricity shares quite.
When I go through the recommendations for this stock, I see calls from Strong Buy, Buy, Hold, and Underperform. This stock went up just over 7% since middle November. 30. If this holds true, I’d expect the Hold ratings, as the stock may have very little farther to rise over the next calendar year.
There is a broad variance in the suggestions. I could only find one, Strong Buy, and one underperform, with all the other recommendations being either a Buy or Hold. It is a toss up on what the consensus recommendation is probably, but it is most likely a Hold. For the 3, 5, and 10-year periods, this stock has done better than both TSX and the Utilities Indexes. Month period and the 12 months period For the 6, the stock has done almost as well as the Utilities Index.