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Patrick McKeough is one of Canada’s top safe-money advisors. The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and The Hulbert Financial Digest have all recognized his ability to find stocks with hidden value. He is editor and publisher of The Successful Investor, Stock Pickers Digest, Wall Street Stock Forecaster and Canadian Wealth Advisor; inventor of the Quick Profit/Value System and the ValuVesting System™. A best-selling Canadian author, he wrote Riding the Bull, the book that predicted the 1990s stock-market boom.

Canadian Imperial Bank Of Commerce

Toronto symbol CM, is Canada's fifth-largest bank by assets.

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CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCE $97 (Toronto symbol CM; Conservative Growth and Income Portfolios, Finance sector; Shares outstanding: 397.4 million; Market cap: $38.5 billion; Price-to-sales ratio: 2.2; Dividend yield: 4.1%; TSINetwork Rating: Above Average; www.cibc.com) took control of FirstCaribbean, which offers banking services in 17 Caribbean countries, in December 2006. CIBC now holds a 91.7% stake. The region’s slow growth …read more »

February 14, 2014 -  One Comment
Posted by: Pat McKeough

In addition to TD (see page 21), we also like the outlook for Canada’s other four big banks. Each has its particular risks, but all are good choices for long-term growth and income. ROYAL BANK OF CANADA $71 (Toronto symbol RY; Conservative Growth and Income Portfolios, Finance sector; Shares outstanding: 1.4 billion; Market cap: $99.4 billion; Price-to-sales ratio: 2.7; Dividendread more »

CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCE $82 (Toronto symbol CM; Conservative Growth Portfolio, Finance sector; Shares outstanding: 400.0 million; Market cap: $32.8 billion; Price-to-sales ratio: 1.9; Dividend yield: 4.7%; TSINetwork Rating: Above Average; www.cibc.com) has launched Aventura, a new credit card loyalty plan for travellers. Aventura cards let users earn points on their purchases and redeem them for free flights and …read more »

September 13, 2013 -  Be the first to comment
Posted by: Pat McKeough

CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCE $82 (Toronto symbol CM; Conservative Growth Portfolio, Finance sector; Shares outstanding: 400.0 million; Market cap: $32.8 billion; Price-to-sales ratio: 1.9; Dividend yield: 4.7%; TSINetwork Rating: Above Average; www.cibc.com) earned a record $943 million in its fiscal 2013 third quarter, which ended July 31, 2013. That’s up 8.9% from $866 million a year earlier. Earnings per …read more »

Bank of Nova Scotia (see page 61) is our favourite bank, but we still like the outlook for Canada’s other top banks. All four are using their strong balance sheets to buy up assets that diversify their businesses, often at bargain prices. ROYAL BANK OF CANADA $59 (Toronto symbol RY; Conservative Growth Portfolio, Finance sector; Shares outstanding: 1.4 billion; Marketread more »

TRANSCANADA CORP. $49 (Toronto symbol TRP; Conservative Growth Portfolio, Utilities sector; Shares outstanding: 707.0 million; Market cap: $34.6 billion; Price-to-sales ratio: 4.2; Dividend yield: 3.8%; TSINetwork Rating: Above Average; www.transcanada.com) plans to build a new 200- kilometre crude oil pipeline that will connect Edmonton to the storage hub at Hardisty, Alberta. From there, TransCanada will pump the oil to refineries …read more »

MANITOBA TELECOM SERVICES INC. $33 (www. mtsallstream.com) reported that its revenue fell 3.5% in 2012, to $1.7 billion from $1.8 billion in 2011. That’s because revenue declined 8.3% at its Allstream division, which provides telecommunication services to businesses. However, strong demand for wireless data and its Internet TV service continues to offset weaker revenue from its traditional telephone operations. Earnings …read more »

Earnings growth at Canada’s big five banks will probably slow slightly in 2013, as rising debt levels prompt consumers to take out fewer loans.However, business loan demand should stay steady. As well, the banks’ loan losses continue to fall as more borrowers focus on debt repayment. In addition, all five are using their strong balance sheets to make acquisitions that …read more »

CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCE $77 (www.cibc.com) earned $2.06 a share in the three months ended July 31, 2012. That’s up 6.7% from $1.93 a year earlier. Loan demand remained strong in Canada, and profits rose at the bank’s wealth management and capital markets divisions. The strong results prompted CIBC to raise its quarterly dividend by 4.4%, to $0.94 a …read more »

The sovereign debt problems in Europe, particularly among the so-called PIIGS countries (Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece and Spain), have held back the shares of Canada’s big five banks in the past few months. However, their exposure to these troubled countries remains small in relation to their earnings and market caps.

Every investor should aim to hold at least two …read more »

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