I have inserted some of his spreadsheet fields into my portfolio spreadsheet. The applicable sections are shown here and I have updated these fields for the stocks that I hold. I do not have a lot of history on some stocks. Mostly the ones that I do not have much data on have not been on the TSX for a long. I have taken a stab on putting in historical high dividend yield and historical low dividend yields for all my stocks. The average is yield is just the yield between the high and low yields.
I am using the historical high and historical average dividend yield to get my spreadsheet to points out stock that could possibly be cheap at this point. The problem with all filters is that you also get stocks that a cheap for a very good reason. You should always do your own investigation before buying any such stocks.
Below is a table of the stock that I personally hold that the spreadsheet has pointed to as cheap based on the historical high dividend yields or the historical average dividend yields. If you want a copy of this spreadsheet to update yourself, just email me. To follow a particular line on the spreadsheet, use your cursor to highlight that line.
|Name||Symbol||P/Hi||P/Ave||Div Inc||Med Yld|
|Bank of Montreal||BMO||Exp.||Cheap||0.8%||4.9%|
|Calian Technologies Ltd||CTY||Exp.||Cheap||2.3%||5.2%|
|Canadian Natural Resources||CNQ||Cheap||Cheap||19.7%||0.7%|
|Ensign Energy Services||ESI||Cheap||Cheap||5.4%||2.5%|
|Hammond Power Solutions Inc.||HPS.A||Cheap||Cheap||21.6%||1.4%|
|Power Financial Corp||PWF||Exp.||Cheap||3.8%||5.1%|
|Sun Life Financial||SLF||Exp.||Cheap||1.8%||5.4%|
|Thomson Reuters Corp||TRI||Exp.||Cheap||3.8%||3.6%|
|Toromont Industries Ltd.||TIH||Exp.||Cheap||0.4%||2.2%|
|Toronto Dominion Bank||TD||Exp.||Cheap||6.5%||3.8%|
On Monday I will talk about the importance of dividend growth on dividend growth stocks.
On my other blog I am today writing about Kombat Copper Inc. (TSX-KBT, OTC-PNTZF)...continue...
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